Foreman tells 77 and his mom about the latest diagnosis and its treatment, which will mean two to three weeks of blood thinners. That's too long for 77, who whines as his mother explains that if he doesn't play on Saturday, then he won't have a chance at getting drafted. She asks if there's any way to hold off treatment until after the game. Uh, no, 77's mom, there really isn't. Foreman says 77 could die on the field. I'm half-expecting 77's mom to tell them to go ahead and risk it, but she nods her agreement to the blood thinners.
House, meanwhile, stops by Wilson's office to announce "I had an epiphany." Wilson knows how this show usually works and expects House to turn around and walk right out of the office to save his patient's life, albeit much earlier in the episode than usual. But this time, House's epiphany moment has to do with their condo and the flat-head screwdriver the prankster would have needed to loosen the screws on House's tub handrail. And he knows for a fact that they don't have a flat-head screwdriver in the condo because he had to borrow one from 3B to install it in the first place. This had the added benefit, he says, of giving him a glimpse of her sans bra when he returned it later that night. Men are weird. "Whoa, wait. Wait a minute! Wait a minute!" Wilson says, astonished that the writers are doing such a good job with the condo living continuity. Especially since their last living situation had that cranky guy living below them we'd never heard of before or after that one episode. But House continues, despite Wilson's request for more information about 3B's braless-ness, that this means that Wilson did not loosen House's handrail, which also somehow means, in turn, that House was not responsible for the possum. They aren't engaged in a prank war with each other after all! Instead, someone else is breaking into their apartment and doing these things. Wilson thinks that person is trying to screw with them both, but House summons up all his grit as he says, solemnly as the camera moves in on his face, "the opossum was meant for me."