Meanwhile, Foreman stops by the local halfway house to visit his brother. The sirens we hear in the background and the creaky floors are supposed to make the place seem less-than-nice, but it seems like great place to me. Much nicer than my apartment. No cracks in the walls, and I'll bet his bathroom isn't on a slant like mine is. Seriously, my bedroom looks like that Vincent Van Gogh painting he did right before he went to the mental hospital. Marcus asks Foreman why he's there instead of just being grateful that his brother is speaking to him at all. Foreman offers to help Marcus get his job with House back, but Marcus knows that if House realizes that Foreman is okay with him being there, he'll have no reason to hire Marcus back. Foreman knows that too, and offers to help Marcus find something else. Marcus promises not to let Foreman down, but Foreman doesn't want to hear his promises because they don't mean anything to him except another way for him to be disappointed. "Let's just see how it goes," he says. And then he offers to let Marcus live with him. Marcus seems to accept the offer, getting all emotional as he hugs his brother, who hugs him back.
House, meanwhile, walks towards a seat in the cafeteria with Wilson, annoyed that his fun times annoying Foreman seem to be at an end with Marcus's departure. At this point, House makes a departure of his own, from the floor. Now he finds himself flying through the air, and then on the ground, along with his tray and various food items that Wilson probably paid for. He turns and sees the reason for his fall: Lucas tripped him. Because tripping handicapped people is hiLARious! I know that when I want to cheer myself up I always head to the nearest senior center and hit the old people with bats, right after I rig their wheelchairs so they fall apart as soon as an old person sits on them. Lucas apologizes insincerely, saying he must have forgotten to remove his leg from House's path because he's distracted trying to think of a way to top the fire sprinkler prank that we all knew was his fault almost from the beginning because the actor who plays him's name was in the credits. House gets to his feet, looking like he's about to shove his cane somewhere in Lucas's little body that won't be comfortable, but Lucas tells him to settle down because he knows where House lives. "My girlfriend and I tried to buy that very same condo," he says, turning serious. Um, I think it's more like your girlfriend tried to buy it, Lucas. I don't think you have the money to go halvsies on it with her. Or even ten percentsies. Anyway, for this, Lucas says House and Wilson "deserve to suffer." House says Lucas is going to be the one suffering soon enough, but Lucas says he is going to stop his stupid illegal prank wars now that his "superiority" has been established and his point has been made. I'm pretty sure that putting a possum in someone's bathtub isn't a measure of superiority unless said superiority is in the category of "best possum bathtub placer." Which it wasn't. Lucas is confident that House and Wilson won't do anything in return because if they do, he'll tell Cuddy that they stole her apartment. So what? All's fair in love and real estate. If Cuddy really wanted that condo she could have placed another offer. And yet, the threat seems to work for House and Wilson, who look ashamed.