Foreman says Margaret has had "severe vomiting" following three days of abdominal pain and slightly elevated liver function test results. Really? That's all it takes to become one of House's cases? Vomiting and a slightly wonky liver? Doesn't that happen to all of us after a night of drinking? House gives Dr. Kelly a shot to show them what she can do, only for Foreman to quickly shoot down her suggestions of Hepatitis A and appendicitis before saying it's hepatic fibrosis. Taub goes with lead poisoning, so House assigns half the team to test Margaret for hepatic fibrosis and the other half to search Margaret's home for heavy metals. Chase volunteers himself and Dr. Kelly to test Margaret, saying that breaking and entering is something that can wait until Dr. Kelly's second week. House makes sure to stare at Dr. Kelly's ass on her way out, and Chase again insists that she's nothing like Cameron. House agrees: "Cameron had much smaller breasts." This show is so mean to Jennifer Morrison. "By which I mean she was smarter," House adds. It's true, though; the larger your breasts are, the more blood has to be pumped to them and thus not to your brain. Also, big breasts get in the way when you're trying to eat spaghetti.
For no reason other than to use up some of this season's location shooting budget, House and Wilson go to a motorcycle store. Like, in the middle of the work day. Wilson, of course, asks House about Cuddy and whether or not House has spent the night at her place yet. House says he has not; she comes over to his house, they have sex, and then she goes home. It's great, House says. "Taking it slow, that could work," Wilson says. Hey, Wilson? You've been married three times and you had your first wife move back in with you after like two weeks of dating. So House should really take your advice with a grain of salt or two. "You are spending time with the kid," Wilson says. Does Wilson hate Rachel or something? Why encourage House to spend time with her? House says he spends the least amount of time with her possible: "that is one boring child." "You think you were a scintillating wit at two and a half?" Wilson says. House probably was, actually. "I wasn't trying to eat shoes," House says. Yeah, who eats shoes at two and a half? That's baby stuff. At two and half, she should be eating sand.