Chase and Dr. Kelly take a look around Margaret's liver and discuss how badly things went for Dr. Kelly in the meeting room. Chase assures Dr. Kelly that she was the best applicant for the job, but Dr. Kelly says it isn't just House who upset her -- Foreman didn't seem to like her, either. "He takes a little while to warm up," Chase says, adding that he's been working with Foreman for seven years now and Foreman is still an asshole to him. Seriously. At least Foreman didn't try to infect Dr. Kelly with a deadly disease or steal her article idea, like he's done to other co-workers. With that, Chase and Dr. Kelly find some scar tissue in Margaret's hepatic artery that appears to be left over from an earlier surgery, along with about five or six ribs with signs of previous breakage. Those were not in Margaret's medical history.
Meanwhile, Taub and Foreman have found no evidence of lead in Margaret's home, despite the fact that it's supposed to be old and those old houses are always covered in lead. Even the ones that say they aren't or claim the lead has been removed. Taub doesn't care about that stuff, preferring instead to look through Margaret's personal items and ask Foreman what his problem is with the new girl. Foreman claims he's just trying to give Margaret the best care as soon as possible, which means not coddling the stupid new girl, pretending her diagnoses are correct, and then "treating patients for diseases they don't have." Yes, because no one on this show has ever treated a patient for a disease he didn't have before. "Dude, is this about Thirteen?" Taub asks. Foreman objects to Taub's use of the word "dude." "It felt right," Taub shrugs. Foreman claims that he has no problem with Dr. Kelly taking Hadley's place temporarily and that his feelings for Hadley are purely friendship. Taub doesn't believe him, but that doesn't really matter since Foreman finds a receipt from a café in Trenton on the day Margaret told them she was working in Summit.