Chase finds Dr. Kelly in the ambulance bay. She says she's okay with messing up, but not with cheating and lying, which is what she just did in the meeting room. Chase apologizes but urges her not to quit, saying she's "smart" and "hard-working." Dr. Kelly knows that she's not on the other Cottages' level. Chase says she should use her differences -- as a psychiatrist, she should be able to read people better than anyone else, for instance. Is he serious? House is no psychiatrist, but he's obviously better at reading people than anyone else. They don't need Dr. Kelly's expertise in this area. And so, Dr. Kelly decides to check up on Billy instead of Margaret, apparently figuring that he could use a psychiatrist right about now. He says Trenton General doesn't have a support group for abused women. It doesn't? That's lame. They really should. All hospitals in the area probably should, except for PPTH, which shouldn't have any support groups at all just in case House decides to stop by and ruin everyone's life. Billy says he's starting to wonder if Margaret was lying about being abused, too. But Dr. Kelly says Margaret's behavior is consistent with an abuse victim. She encourages Billy to be gentle with Margaret and not hostile and aggressive like she's used to getting from men. This might help Billy, but it doesn't really help Margaret any. But, uh, nice try, Dr. Kelly.
Cuddy confronts House about his male hooker massage gift. House pretends he had no idea that guy was a hooker, and then says that the fact that Cuddy got a massage from a hooker doesn't bother him one bit, and therefore the fact that he gets massages from a hooker shouldn't bother her. As if those are in any way the same thing. Cuddy points out that she never had sex with Filipe and probably never would, seeing as how he's gay. House sighs that it's really difficult to find straight male hookers. Cuddy says that there's nothing House can say or do to convince her that his getting a massage from a hooker he used to have sex with is okay, and he must know that and is doing this to try to sabotage their relationship. He tries to sabotage their relationship like every week. It's getting kind of silly. She thinks he can't handle their relationship getting any more serious. House says she's doing the same thing by not letting him sleep over at her house or introducing him to Rachel. Cuddy says she didn't think House wanted to spend any time with her, nor did she think it was good for Rachel to keep being introduced to and forming attachments with people who might "go away." Rachel's probably having a hard enough time forming an attachment to Cuddy. House says that mentality shows that Cuddy has reservations about them, too. Oh, come on. Rachel is probably still wondering whatever happened to that Lucas guy who was basically her father for about a year. Also, House should never be around children. I don't think Cuddy's doing anything wrong here.