House pipes up to say that Wilson may have made him laugh, but so does Gilbert Gottfried. Really, House? Gilbert Gottfried? Really? I mean ... I'm sure his stand-up is okay and he usually hilarious on Howard Stern, but he sucks in everything else. Like when he kept showing up in the last season of Night Court as the stenographer's fiancĂ©. Not funny and annoying as hell. Kumar is fed up, so he just tells House that Wilson "paid for your lunch, liked monster trucks, and was your conscience." How does Kumar know all of that? Monster trucks are so season one. I guess House talks about them a lot when the cameras are off. Speaking of so season one, Foreman's diagnosis is vasculitis. My old friend, how I've missed you! Taub dismisses that diagnosis immediately, of course, and Hadley says it must be cancer. Foreman hates that diagnosis, since the mystery illness affected all different organs. "It's cancer," House says.
Foreman chases him down the hallway to protest, saying there's no cancer that blows up organs and herniates brain stems, which is how the fighter died. House thinks they should forget about the fighter, whose brain injury could just as well have happened during the match. Even so, Foreman says "thousands" of tests and four autopsies were done and they all ruled cancer out. House orders Hadley to do the four autopsies again as well as those thousands of lab tests. Well, her life sucks this week, and she knows it, as she rolls her eyes and walks off. Kumar and Taub get to investigate the donor and find out what type of cancer he may have had before an industrial accident took his head off by checking his home and office for toxins and carcinogens. Kumar leaves while Taub whines that after four years (um, it's actually five, Taub. PAY ATTENTION), they're not going to find anything where the guy used to live. Way to give up before you even try. This just gets him an extra assignment as House tells him to investigate whoever lived in the house after the donor and see if they have cancer. That just leaves Foreman to take a look at Apple's eye.