Joey tells his brother he looks like crap. Bill says he just went through a lot of crap, having to figure out whether Joey was "normal" or not. Joey asks what Bill means by "normal," and Bill clarifies that House thought Joey was a "fag," and was using the Witness Protection Program to go out and be one. Joey asks Bill what he thinks, and Bill says he didn't know, but he had to make a decision, so he agreed with House. And lo and behold, Joey is getting better. Joey tries to talk to Bill, but Bill says there's nothing to talk about. Obviously, that Chinese internet company sent Joey the wrong pills and he took them without realizing it, probably because he was distracted because he was having sex with a woman. Joey figures that's as much acceptance as he's going to get, and drops it. Bill says that if Joey wants to testify, then Bill will support him. In the testifying thing, not the gay thing, which doesn't exist. He wants Joey to do whatever will make him happy. They hold hands, but not in a homosexual way.
The Eternity Meeting has concluded, and Cuddy informs House that Vogler wanted to get rid of House and his entire department. House drops a few pills in his hand and thanks Cuddy for sticking up for him, saying she'll have to follow it up with a "nasty" weekend in Vegas where she can really show off her administrative skills. Cuddy says that Vogler threatened to fire her, and House gets sincere for a second to apologize for that. He assumes this means he's been fired, but Cuddy says she just told Vogler that she knows everything about how the hospital runs, so firing her is not an option, and neither is firing House. House says that Vogler will figure everything out eventually and be able to replace Cuddy, so the solution is only temporary. Cuddy says she'll deal with it then. For now, though, "some things are going to change."
Not all things, though, as a lab coat-less House and Wilson walk down the hall. Wilson suggests that House rent out his new Corvette to try to make some money for the department and appease Vogler. He also points out the significance of Cuddy's sticking up for House. "To a point," House says. In return for not getting fired, he and two of the Cottages have to do six more Clinic hours a month. The third Cottage won't be doing any Clinic hours, since s/he will be fired. With that, House enters the meeting room. He and Wilson exchange a look through the window, and then House begins the day.