Cuddy walks in -- followed by her now ever-present companion Wilson -- wondering who ordered some kind of pancreas test. Foreman says he thinks they should concentrate on Abigail's pancreas now, quoting House with no shame. "House, you've tanned," says Wilson. Foreman tries to be indignant that they don't think he's capable of such great diagnosing, but then admits that, yeah, he totally cheated and got the answers from House. Cuddy says that those answers were wrong, since the test was negative. She wants them to test for bile duct cancer. Foreman protests that just because one test came back negative doesn't rule out a pancreas problem. Wilson says that House just offered up an organ to get his fix, and that they shouldn't take his advice seriously. And that's how Abigail died.
Over at PPTH's bitter rival, St. Sebastian's Hospital, House is trying to convince an ER doctor that he broke a face bone in a car accident. He even has a forged discharge slip from PPTH to prove that he was in an accident. The St. Sebastian doctor -- who isn't nearly as attractive as PPTH's employees -- offers to write House a prescription for painkillers. But not for Vicodin. House dismisses all of the doctor's non-Vicodin painkiller options until the doctor says that Vicodin would really help House out, but, unfortunately, St. Sebastian's has rule about giving opiates to new patients. It's kind of sad that a lot of hospitals have to have policies like that these days. Thanks to drug addicts, my brother couldn't get any painkillers stronger than ibuprofen when he broke his foot. House is very upset about this rule, of course, saying that since he's obviously not trying to score drugs, he should get his Vicodins. The doctor maintains that it's against the rules. House gets really pissed and confronts the doctor with his medical knowledge, and the doctor realizes that House is a fellow doctor and starts to call security. I wonder if St. Sebastian's security team is better than PPTH's. I think it would have to be.
A worried Abigail waits for the doctors to stick a tube down her throat to look at her liver. The doctors above her are more concerned with using her condition to make veiled references to House: Wilson says that sticking a tube down a patient's throat can be painful, but is ultimately helpful. Foreman counters that they should respect their patient's wishes and not force things on them. Abigail tires of this and falls asleep. Wilson and Foreman are concerned; they haven't given Abigail the sedative yet. Foreman notes that Abigail's breath smells "fruity," a sign of diabetic ketoacidosis, which means Abigail's pancreas is fucked, y'all!