Foreman reads Taub's file, which is full of impressive accomplishments at an early age. "This has got to be the most spectacular file down here," Foreman says, asking why Taub seems ashamed of it. Taub says he always thought he would become a doctor like House someday, especially considering everything he achieved in med school. But now he's just one of House's fellows. Foreman says they both have regrets. Taub says his are different than Foreman's because Foreman is "trending up" and Taub is not. Well, except for the part where he was a very successful and wealthy plastic surgeon and only came back to work for House because it was what he truly wanted to do. Who wrote these scenes? Have they actually seen the show?
Oh, great. More from Detective Cuddy. She asks Sara how she's doing, and Sara's apathetic shrug tells her that she let them give her a sedative. Good times! Sara stays with it enough to ask Cuddy if she has any kids, allowing Cuddy to take off her detective hat and put on her therapist coat. Cuddy takes a seat on Sara's bed and says she adopted a daughter last year. Sara says she adopted Walker after marrying his father and worries that she'll never love him like she loves her daughter. "Does that make me a horrible person?" she asks, sobbing. Not if Walker killed your baby, it doesn't. Cuddy doesn't even respond, just graciously goes to get Sara some tissues from the bathroom. Yeah, judgment tissues. You're a shitty mother tissues. Cuddy glances around the bathroom for a second, then asks Sara if she requested extra towels. Sara's like, "uh ... no? Why is that important? Why haven't you found my baby? This hospital is the worst." Cuddy doesn't answer her, just makes her surprised! face. This is like the second time that Sara asked Cuddy a question and got no answer.
Cuddy marches into the lobby and tells the weirdo baby snatcher nurses that Sara has eight towels in her room when patient rooms are only supposed to have four. Weirdo nurse quickly says that's housekeeping's department, making sure to get the blame off of her ASAP. Cuddy orders her to get their logs. Nurse Lookslikeababysnatcher hesitates because that means she'll have to do actual work, but then her boss tells her to do it and shut up. The other nurse has no problem staying quiet because she's standing around with one of her arms outstretched looking like a zombie. Cuddy asks if she's okay. "Sure," Nurse Adriane says. Cuddy notices that the hairs on Adriane's left arm are standing up but the hairs on her right arm are not. That means she's have a pilomotor seizure, which is a special almost magical condition where you have complex seizures and stay conscious but behave automatically with no awareness of what's going on. And your co-workers are all such self-involved assholes that they don't notice you standing around like a zombie all day, as Cuddy says Adriane has probably been having these seizures all day without knowing it. Which means she may have dropped fresh towels off in Sara's room twice ... and taken the baby. Ah, Detective Cuddy strikes again!