Will says that he's been blind since birth and wanted to see if LSD would give him visual hallucinations. I love that plan! Anyway, his girlfriend got it for him. Not Melissa. Someone else. The ring is for the interim girlfriend.
Will gives them her cell number, but he doesn't want her to know he's in the hospital.
Park is sort of covered with a jacket in House's internal office. Wilson walks in to talk to House. House updates him on all this and also reminds us that he thinks Bell is his biological father. You guys know that a "Dr. Bell" was the source for Sherlock Holmes, right? Just thought I'd mention it. Wilson tells House he avoids his mother because her opinion matters. They argue. Park interrupts with an observation about penises.
Adams and Chase run more tests. She's outraged that Will wants to keep Melissa around until he's out of the hospital. Chase says that the break was Melissa's idea. Anyway, there's something on the brain scan.
House comes in to look at the dark spot. Chase says it might be related to the blindness. House announces that it's a clot. Park is back in his office being soothed by Wilson. Adams reluctantly proposes Lupus. House counters with Beh├žet's. Taub realizes that all the normal symptoms involve eyesight problems.
Wilson fends off a tripping Park with a chair. Blythe and Bell (Thomas Bell) enter and he talks her down, assuring her that her teeth have been returned by the rabbit who stole them. Blythe gets her something to drink. I'll just assume it's orange juice. House comes in and Wilson leaves.
Will: "Give it to me straight, doc. Am I ever gonna see again?" Very funny. Adams is here to bandage up his eyes, which he thinks is a waste of time. He can tell from Adams's breathing that she's mad. He assures her he'll tell Melissa later. He bought the ring for Melissa, but then she wanted to go on a break. So that changed things. He's mad that she told him to date someone else before she'd marry him. It's like Dana's Dating Plan in here. About the new girl, he says that it's the first time he has someone who needs him instead of the other way around.