Hadley returns to the Huntington's trial to see her trial friend Janice on her way out, and looking much better. She can even walk, albeit shakily. Janice says she's feeling better than she has in years and her basil something volume ["Basal ganglia. Thanks, internet!" -- Angel] has improved. Oh no! I don't want this Huntington's drug to actually work! Although Hadley's been pretty bearable all episode so I might be okay with her living after all. Janice tearfully thanks Hadley for getting her back in the drug trial. Damn straight, she does! Janice was all ready to give up because Foreman was mean to her, and look what she almost missed. She must feel pretty stupid now. Hadley says she hasn't seen Janice in a while, since their appointments are now at different times. Janice says they aren't anymore -- her appointment time was switched to right before Hadley's just today. Because Foreman thinks it's okay to mess with a dying woman's schedule just to prove a point to Hadley and get some.
Kumar and Taub get ready to test Jeff for the glycogen thing. Zach and the wife are there, too, because at this point, Zach's already scarred for life so he might as well see it all. Jeff has to do some muscle tests, and squeezing a tennis ball causes him pain, so he suggests that Zach and his wife leave the room. If only he cared about shielding Zach from stuff like this before he tried to kill himself in the garage. The wife starts to refuse, but Jeff says he doesn't want them to leave to protect them -- he can't handle both these tests and them being around. They leave, and Taub lectures Jeff about being a selfish jerk to his family. Jeff tries the "you don't know me!" line, but Taub just says that whatever Jeff's going through right now, it's better than killing himself. Kumar mutters something about Taub's obvious baggage, and Taub rules out that glycogen storage thing just as Jeff cries out in pain, saying the pain just jumped from his arm to his leg, which has never happened before.
Hadley finds Foreman and calls him out for putting Janice on display for her like that. But Foreman claims he doesn't make the schedule, and if he did, he wouldn't screw around with it just to get a date. Well, I guess underestimated him, then. He then says he had no idea Janice's condition had improved. So either he's lying, or Foreman should be fired for paying, like, no attention to the Huntington's trial patients he doesn't have a chance of sleeping with.
Taub and Kumar tell House about Jeff's newest symptom, but House is too busy typing up a letter on his computer to pay much attention. Taub says the fact that the pain is jumping from Jeff's arm to his leg without going through his torso means that the source of the pain must be in Jeff's brain and not his body. House discounts this and asks Taub if he knows the name of a lawyer, considering the fact that Taub is Jewish, and all Jews know lawyers. I don't, but I'm only half Jewish. The other half is English, and it only knows barristers and solicitors. So when I get sued, I guess I'm shit out of luck. Taub returns the volly by saying he'll be happy to find House a Jewish lawyer at their next World Domination meeting. He's kidding, but you'd be surprised how many people think this is actually true. Kumar knows the name of one lawyer - the guy who represented the hospital when Kumar set that patient on fire. LOL continuity. Taub says they have to figure out if the pain if coming from Jeff's body or his brain if they want to solve this case, and Kumar asks how they can do that without chopping Jeff's head off. This gives House an idea.