Wilson interrupts Park quizzing House and Dominika. It's in Wilson's office, so it makes sense. House is doing much better. He knows that Oksana is a slut. Wilson tells them that House is now doing too well; no husband knows his wife's relatives that well. Park points out that Wilson's been divorced three times, but Wilson points out that he has twelve years of actual marriage behind him. He kicks Park out of the way so he can take over the coaching.
Park and Chase. She tells him that he deserves to be team leader. But she can't just give up because she needs the money. They start to enter Joe's room, but as he's telling them that he's seeing single again, Chase pulls them back out. He wants to criticize Park's transparent "I need the money" ploy, but she interrupts him. In the two seconds they were in the room, she spotted that the whites of Joe's eyes were yellow. My god, he's got jaundice! That's a Firesign Theatre reference. I mean, the thing I said. I don't think the actual show is going that deep. Anyway, there's something wrong with Joe's liver now.
External office. House wants to hurry things up. Adams says it's sarcoidosis. Park makes fun of her confidence. Taub is sticking with myesthenia, suggesting that the other problems could be celiac. Chase heaps the usual abuse on the very idea that someone could have two things wrong with them, as though the final diagnosis isn't always something ludicrously unusual. Park proposes Lyme disease, with no rash. House accepts it and puts Joe on antibiotics.
Joe is unhappy about how long it's taking him to get a second pillow. Then he notices he's being a jerk. Chase points out that he's sick. Marlene comes in and complains about Joe changing business details without telling her. Joe says it'll be fine. She leaves.
House and Dominika. He has a ring for her. It's the one she left behind when she left. Or so he says. I, um, didn't see that episode. So I'm taking his word for all this.
The man from Immigration is here. His name is "Nate" and that's the end of the scene.
Chase tells Marlene a story about the time he jumped off a roof, which is his explanation for Joe's behavior. She has a video of him back before he had his change of heart. He's aggressive and pushy. And he's got slicked back hair.
House makes a show of things he can remember about his wife. She brings Nate some food. Everything looks good to Nate, and he's just going to step out and get a corroborating interview from one of the neighbors. This seems to engender panic. But the first person Nate sees is Wilson, who's pretending to open an apartment door. He's got a silly British accent, and he assures Nate that the Houses are a happily married couple. Just as Nate turns to leave, the actual resident of that apartment shows up. The jig is up! He identifies Wilson as "that guy who plays noisy video games with House on Friday nights." Nate doesn't look amused. House assures him there's a simple explanation. Nate tells him to be at his office tomorrow at ten.