Apparently, it's a leisurely Sunday morning over at House and Wilson's apartment, and Wilson reads the newspaper in the living room. Sam walks up with a mug of coffee and requests the sports page (which Wilson isn't reading, naturally) as she places the coffee on the table ... WITHOUT A COASTER. Wilson notices, and summons up the courage to ask her to use a coaster to protect the furniture that he didn't even want to buy in the first place. Sam does so, but Wilson is on a roll now, and suddenly asks her to replace the toilet paper when she finishes a roll, not place giant flat bowls on the bottom shelf of the dishwasher, and stop throwing banana peels in the bedroom trash. Sam says she hasn't done any of those things, and that's when Wilson realizes that House did them to try to turn Wilson against Sam. Wilson explains that House got the idea from when Sam dared to put the milk in the door shelf, and then over-explains why that upset him: "the body of the refrigerator is the coldest part. The temperature in the door fluctuates, which decreases shelf life." Sam then asks Wilson when he got all OCD about everything. Seriously. Although ... everything except the milk placement makes sense to me. Banana peels should not go in the bedroom trash. Organic matter should always go in the kitchen trash. Maybe I'm OCD, too. "I just want clean dishes and unspoiled milk so we can all stay healthy," Wilson says. Sam asks what the coaster has to do with health. She has a point there, but on the other hand ... you should really use a coaster when you're at someone else's house. That's more about being polite to the possessions of others than it is submitting to their crazy OCD demands. Wilson decides to drop it. Sam does for about five seconds, then asks Wilson if he's always had this mental list of annoyances, as he never said anything about any of this to her when they were married.
Evelyn drops by to see her mother. It's all sweet family time until Julia gets another guest: her hot boyfriend with a bouquet of flowers. Julia immediately orders Hadley off to play a videogame with Evelyn, and you know Hadley's disappointed that she won't be able to witness the drama. Taub gets to stay, though, as Tom stands up to Damian and tells him to leave. "Your relationship with her stays out of our space," Tom says. Yeah, except for when you interrupt their hotel sex, Tom, so she can sign school forms. Hypocrite. Damian says he was worried. Julia says he should go. Damian suddenly realizes that he's being used for sex. Duh, Damian. She's married and you knew it. What did you think this was about? He leaves.