Cameron still hasn't married Mr. B-Plot, although they have done some time-traveling together into the late afternoon/early evening. You know, if I were Cameron, I think I'd wait until just a few seconds before Mr. B-Plot died and say, "Fuck you! I'm out of here! But I would have stayed if you had taken the morphine. Sucks for you, bitch!" and run out of the room so that he could die alone and unimportant. Okay, maybe I wouldn't actually do that. It doesn't matter, since this will never happen to me because people don't act like this is real life. Mr. B-Plot dies, and it really didn't look as painful as Cameron said it would be. Cameron makes her sad face. By the way, during all this time, Foreman and Chase were playing an intense game of hacky-sack in the meeting room. In case you were wondering.
Back in the bright light of day, Eve wonders if the guy who raped her feels bad about what he did. Oh, but I bet he will when he gets rocked with some CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS!!!! Keep that baby, Eve! If he gets convicted of rape he'll go to jail for what, five or ten years? You keep that baby and he's on the hook for EIGHTEEN YEARS! Ha! Now I know the real reason she doesn't want an abortion. House asks her if she'll feel better knowing that the guy feels bad. Eve asks him why he always answers her question with a question. Except that she just answered his question that answered her question with another question. House says that he doesn't care how the rapist feels; he cares how Eve feels. Because he learned himself some humanity today, you see. And that something was: kill rape babies. House asks Eve why she "chose" him. "There's something about you," she says. "It's like you're hurt too." And just what gave that away, Eve? Usually when I see people limping around with canes, I think they feel totally awesome, so that was really insightful of her. House says that his story actually was true, except that it wasn't his grandmother who abused him; it was his father. No, not R. Lee Ermey! He seemed like a such a nice guy. When he said he would unscrew Private Joker's head and shit down his neck, there was such tenderness. By the way, are we supposed to feel sorry for House now? Or think that this in any way excuses his behavior? I don't think so. I hope not. And honestly, if I had a kid who acted like House, I'd make him sleep outside too! And if he knows the stuff his dad did to him was so bad, why does he inflict the same pain on others? And why does he like his mother so much when she obviously didn't step in and stop his father? Whatever. I'm going to pretend House never made that revelation and forget about it and hope it never comes up again. Eve says that she's ready to tell House about her rape, and he says that he'll listen. She says that it was a friend, and then we don't hear the rest, because we don't need to. I'm not sure if we needed to hear all the stuff before that either, but to each his own.