Chase checks on Harvey, who complains that Annette isn't allowed to enter the hospital. Chase tells him that Annette is lucky she wasn't arrested, and asks Harvey to squeeze his hands. Harvey's right side isn't working too well.
Chase tells House and the Cottages that the blood thinners aren't working, and that Harvey is now having mini-strokes. House says that they'll have to take him off the blood thinners, then, and get him ready for the aneurysm surgery. "You could not have been wronger," he tells Foreman, who just laughs and points out that he wanted to go with Chase's idea. House ignores this and tells Chase and Foreman to get things ready for Harvey's surgery. They're off, leaving House and Cameron together. House expresses his annoyance at Cameron's inability to keep a secret, and she says she didn't see "any reason" to keep quiet. Apparently, the appearance of impropriety no longer counts as a reason. Cameron asks House where he's planning on taking her on their date tomorrow so that she can dress appropriately. Should she wear her fancy bustier-vest with the lacy frills, or her more casual one? House says they're going to a paintball tournament. Cameron says that doesn't count as a date, even though she was all about going to the monster truck jam and should have seen this coming. Plus, a paintball tournament sounds like a lot of fun. House admits that he actually made a reservation at Café Italianfood and suggests spandex as a wardrobe option, which is hilarious, although I'm not quite sure why. Cameron giggles because she knows she can fashion some old bicycle shorts into a nice fitted bustier-vest and might even have time to add a few sequins for a touch of kicky fun!
Chase tells Harvey about the surgery, blaming his current health problems on those multiple strangulations. Harvey starts to whine that his parents were right about him being a loser, and says he needs to talk to Annette. She won't answer his calls, and he starts to cry like a baby. Chase looks around to make sure no one's watching, and walks to the side of Harvey's bed. He makes an adorable stern face and orders Harvey to sign the consent form. It doesn't work.