In her office, Cuddy addresses select members of her staff, telling them to be on their best behavior for the accreditation inspector and not let on that they all think he's an "enormous pain in the ass." I think only Cuddy thinks that. Everyone else can't be bothered to care. With that, she dismisses everyone except for Foreman, Cameron, and Chase, none of whom should be in a senior staff meeting in the first place. But they have a special job to do during the inspection, as Cuddy puts them all on "House watch." Foreman is to keep an eye on House's current case while Chase and Cameron help file all of House's past cases. "I have a whole department!" Cameron whines, as if she runs the ER. I mean, they can tell me she runs the ER, but I'll never believe it. As for Chase, he doesn't bother complaining; he just makes sure that he won't get in trouble for refusing to do this and walks out. Thanks for playing, Chase! See you next week! Of course, Cameron is a sucker, so she accepts the duty of filing all of House's past cases since she left, since he certainly hasn't bothered to do so himself. In fact, Cuddy says, she found some of them hiding in the fourth floor janitor's closet. I wonder if House's friend, the Weird Night Janitor Who Wears His Pants Backwards, was using them to study for his MCATS? I hope so, because then he can have all the medical training he needs for his spin-off series! As for Foreman, he claims that House doesn't even have a current case, but Cuddy points out that House is currently driving limos around the parking lot.
Evan takes a test to find out where the blind spots in his field of vision are while House pumps him for soap spoilers. Specifically, he wants to know who the father of the twins is. Evan says he's the father of one and Julio is of the other. House is thrilled with this tidbit, but Evan doesn't understand why anyone would even watch soaps. "Because [they're] awesome," House says. Evan says they're preposterous and completely unreal. House counters that all television shows are unreal. Point taken, but I still think last week's Wilson custody agreement subplot was overly silly. Fudging the medicine? Okay. Making adult characters act like creepy babies? Not cool. Foreman enters, and House already knows he's been assigned to House-watch during the surprise inspection, all based on Cuddy's behavior towards him in the ambulance bay. House informs Evan that he has significant vision loss in the upper right quadrant and will need an MRI to find the inevitable brain tumor. Foreman takes a look at the results and ruins House's fun by revealing that the test has actually come out just fine. "You lied to me?" Evan asks. House points out that he's already kidnapped him, so lying really ain't nothing. Evan takes off.