The still-employed Cottages check out Joe's fish tank, which isn't even that great. I was thinking it would be full of awesome saltwater fish, but it's just yucky fresh water fish that are so not worth catching a potentially fatal disease from. Chase says he thinks he figured out why Taub didn't like Martha, which he suddenly had much time and desire to think about since his "previous source of entertainment got fired." Chase's theory is that Martha's morals made Taub feel bad about his lack thereof when it comes to staying loyal to his wife. Okay, but how would Taub have known that? He had a problem with her before they broke into that house and Martha's morals reared their ugly head, as Foreman points out. Chase says it must be something about Martha's appearance, but before he can form a new theory, all three are caught red-handed in someone else's home.
Foreman calls House from jail. It's about damn time they got caught doing this stuff. Geez. House would rather not pony up the money to bail them out, so he hangs up on Foreman. Well, that would be enough to make me refuse to do any breaking and entering for House ever again. Also, why did he need all three of them just to get some fish out of a tank? Oh, right -- so that House is Cottage-less and thus forced to work with Martha again. Sure enough, House finds her in the doctor's lounge and starts in with another differential diagnosis session without so much as offering to re-hire her. She tells him to take this up with his employed fellows, but House says they're in jail for prostitution and so he has to hire her back. Martha decides to go with it and starts making suggestions, but House tells her to shut up and just let him bounce ideas off of her. He throws out a couple before Martha shushes him to watch a press conference with Senator Hal, who is telling the world that his advisor leaked a very "hurtful" and "hateful" ad. "I think he's lying!" Martha gasps. Senator Hal says that Joe violated his trust and has been fired from his campaign. "Thanks for your help," House says to Martha, re-firing her on his way out.