Hadley and Foreman arrive at 77's room with the ethanol drip at the same time as Marcus, who is holding a digital recorder as part of his latest assignment from House to shadow Foreman and document everything he says to the patient. Shockingly, Foreman doesn't like this, and Marcus gets angry back, saying this new life he's creating for himself will mean nothing if his own family doesn't believe in him. Marcus, it's been like a day. Give it some time. Geez. Foreman points out that Marcus's family believed in him before, only to be let down again and again and again. He has a good point there; I don't know why Marcus can't understand and accept that his past mistakes might have something to do with his brother's reluctance to have anything to do with him. Foreman brushes past Hadley and enters 77's room. Hadley stays in the doorway and looks at Marcus but says nothing, remembering that she's Hadley and not Cameron, and thus doesn't need to butt into everyone's business.
Wilson finds House alone in the cafeteria and asks where his "minion" Marcus is. Clearly, Wilson is insanely jealous of Marcus for getting to eat lunch with House and thus stealing some of Wilson's precious alone time with House. When House tells him about Marcus's latest assignment, Wilson says House is trying to "escalate" what he's pulling with Foreman and Marcus in order to prove that Wilson is wrong about his nice motives. Wilson says this only proves that he was right. I think Wilson needs to stop viewing all of House's actions as responses to everything Wilson does or says. Cuddy walks up with a file for House, saying it belongs to a newly-admitted ER patient who requested House specifically. House hopes the patient is a hot young woman with big boobs, but Cuddy says it's a guy who "accidentally" shot himself in the foot. Right after he cut off his nose to spite his face.