For more pseudo-scientific generalizations, we go over to Kumar, who says "the world is a bell curve." Thus, while most people will be equal parts nice and mean, some will be mostly mean and some will be mostly nice. Case in point, Kumar says subtlely: House, who's at the "asshole" end of the spectrum just in case you hadn't already figured that out. Meanwhile, Foreman suspects that House is just trying to prove that niceness is a bad thing so he can keep being an asshole and chalk it up to an evolutionary advantage. House kindly offers to take a vote, first asking who thinks niceness is not a symptom immediately, and then providing a follow-up question of who thinks his vote matters. Guess what? Only House raises his hand for the second question, and he's right. With that, House sends Kumar and Foreman off to break into Jeff's house. He addresses 13 as "31," and she corrects him, setting him up to say "oh, I'm sorry -- I thought that either way was good for you." Cause she's BISEXUAL!!!! They're going to get a lot of mileage out of this, aren't they? Which reminds me, I'm still calling her Biana until the show gives her a real name. Anyway, Biana and Taub are assigned to MRI of DOOOM! duty to look for tumors and to test all of Jeff's bodily fluids.
As for House, he's going to blow my mind by going bowling...with Chase! Even though he has a bad leg, he's still better at bowling than I am, as he knocks over nine pins. My ball always goes into the gutter. No matter what. Even when there are bumpers out, I have managed to get a gutterball. Chase, on the other hand, is a bowling enthusiast, and even has his own glove! He gives House tips on how to improve his score that I'm sure House tosses into his mental garbage, and then asks if this social invite is due to Wilson have someone better to do. With that, Chase bowls a strike and is goofily thrilled with himself. While House chugs a beer, Chase again asks if Wilson is with CTB again. Yes, House says, he is. Still, Chase thanks House for the default hang out invite and claims to be having fun. Really? I find social situations with the boss -- even a former boss -- to be rather awkward. Oh, except for the time when my boss at Blockbuster took us out to a bar after our shift, although that was just because I was underage and thrilled to get into a bar without being carded because I was with older people. House quickly smacks Chase down and says he only invited him because he wanted to go bowling and guys can't go bowling alone -- it "isn't one of the two things guys do by themselves." We don't find out what the first thing is, but House says the second thing involves the "other hand." I guess he's never been invited to a circle jerk.