Chase and a team of nameless, faceless medical people tend to the dying baby. Mom runs in and asks if her baby is dying. As she's escorted out, Chase tells her it isn't her baby that's dying...
...which means our lesbian couple is the Deadly Antibiotic Lottery's unlucky winners! The entire Cottage team works on the baby. House and Wilson enter the room and watch. The lesbians watch, too, until the baby goes into v-fib and the blinds are shut in their face while the defibrillator gets ready to go to work. A CGI baby heart lights up with electricity as Chase zaps it over and over until House declares the time of death, thereby giving us a start time for dead baby jokes, which I will not be making here because this was really sad and also because I have a fear of dead babies. It only takes accidentally coming across one to be scarred for life.
House orders all the sick babies to be put on vancomycin, that being the antibiotic the recently deceased baby was not on. He tells Cameron to tell the parents that their child probably saved five lives. Yes, I'm sure that will dry their tears away right quick. Cameron protests that Chase or House or the random lady down the hall or anyone but her should deliver the bad news. "Make sure she does her job," House whispers to Wilson. Yeah, Wilson is definitely the right guy to consult when it comes to making sure people do their jobs.
Wilson and Cameron enter a waiting room. The lesbians grasp the TEDDY BEAR OF DEATH DEATH DEATTTHHHH in their hands. Wilson and Cameron enter in slow motion and without sound. Not like we need to hear anything, since Cameron once again chokes and isn't able to tell the parents the bad news. As slow, sad music plays, Wilson mouths an "I'm sorry." The Moms lose it. This scene is so heart-wrenching... must... resist... making... Law and Order... "is this because I'm a lesbian?" quote... joke. Well, I tried.
House is angry at Wilson for bailing Cameron out. Wilson says that Cameron has a "problem," and may want to consider a different specialty -- one that doesn't involve having to tell people bad news. She can be a Clown Doctor! Chase runs up and, sounding like he's on the verge of tears, informs House that Max is getting sicker now, too. The vancomycin isn't working. We're back to square one, i.e. approaching the forty-minute mark.