Back in the exam room, Cameron addresses "Robert" and says she'll answer any questions he asks as long as he signs the divorce papers. "Did you ever love me?" Chase asks. Instead of answering, Cameron asks how Chase how he could even suggest that she didn't, to which Chase puts forth a fairly convincing argument, saying that Cameron only slept with him in the first place because she was high and then when she decided to sleep with him again, she refused to let it go further than sex. "Because I knew I was falling for you and I didn't want to," she says. Chase continues that she acted like that even after she decided to commit to a real relationship with him, cancelling their vacation together to avoid him proposing to her and almost calling off their wedding because she didn't want to give up her dead husband's sperm. "Even then you weren't sure about me," he says. I think it's more like the writers weren't sure how to give their characters anything resembling a functional or realistic relationship, but okay. "Maybe if I was dying when you married me, it would have been different," Chase says. "That's not fair!" Cameron whines. Chase says Cameron only had her first husband for a year before he died, so they never had problems. "It was all a honeymoon with him," Chase says. Well, not really, since the guy was dying from terminal cancer and stuff. "I could never match up to that!" he says. Voices raise, and Chase again asks Cameron if she ever loved him. "I don't know!" she admits, then covers her mouth in horror at what just came out of it. Chase sighs and thanks her for finally being honest. Cameron sobs.
In the cafeteria, Wilson once again picks truth. Hadley asks if his use of the word "now" when he said he wasn't dating anyone means that he was or soon will be dating someone. When Wilson doesn't answer her immediately, she accuses him of being guarded and says he will have to take a dare. "No nudity now or in the future," is Wilson's only demand. Hadley tries to look all slick and badass as she says Wilson is "too much of a nice boy." She dares him to steal a dollar out of the cafeteria cash register. Oh, no. That is dangerous! Sassy Cafeteria Register Lady will cut him for that! Not to mention that he could get fired.
Taub reads through Foreman's file and finds an academic probation on his record. Wait, what? That shit carries into your real life? I always thought the permanent record was something my teachers made up to trick me into behaving. Apparently, Foreman faked a lab result. "Very wrong!" Taub scolds, then realizes that Foreman was in the records room to take and destroy his file before it could be digitized. How is he able to do that? Does he think PPTH won't notice that the entire file for one of its employees is missing? Actually, they probably won't. They couldn't even keep track of a baby. Foreman is suddenly all about telling the truth and confessing his innermost feelings to Taub, saying he faked the results to beat all of the "elite spoiled kids" in his class and "show no weakness." "Why did I just tell you that? I always talk too much when I'm stoned. Why'd I just tell you that?" Foreman talks to himself. Hee hee. Taub seems to feel sympathetic towards Foreman, taking a glance at the file and saying Foreman had great grades, so he didn't need to fake a lab result. Foreman psychoanalyzes himself, saying he didn't think he deserved to be in a top medical school. Taub decides that this can't just be about Foreman's school misdeeds and says that Foreman must still harbor those inferior feelings. "You don't think you belong here at the hospital!" he says. Really? Because I would think that PPTH is the perfect place for a doctor who doesn't think he deserves to work for the best, since it's such a crappy hospital that can't keep track of one simple baby and relies on its Dean of Medicine to do, like, everything and employs a man who wears his pants backwards as well as a completely useless security team. Foreman responds by whipping out another file -- Taub's.