Chase does some stuff to the inner workings of Matt's heart while his mother watches and tries not to order everyone around.
Cameron and her ugly drapery coat check out the tool shed.
House enters a patient floor, and is greeted by Wilson, who recites a love poem to the delight of the entire staff:
"Ode to House"
The healer with his magic powers,
I could rub his gentle brow for hours.
His manly chest, his stubbled jaw,
everything about him leaves me raw
with joy. Oh House, your very name,
will never leave this girl the same.
Sorry, all you Wilson/House shipper people, but the poem was not written by Wilson, but by, of course, Grandma Sex. "Chicks with no teeth turn me on," House says. "That's...fairly disgusting," Wilson answers. "And that's ageism," House replies. Wilson tells House to "watch" himself, hands him Grandma's test results, and leaves to write another love poem to House that he can blame on Grandma Sex. House checks out the results and pronounces them "impressive." Then he gets a call from Cameron. Her jealousy detector was pinging, so she decided it was time to remind House of her existence as well as inform him that she found an empty can of disulfoton at Matt's house.
Chase gets ready to administer the Army drugs, but Mom isn't too sure about this; she says that the garden was Matt's school project, and that he wasn't allowed to use pesticides on it, so he dumped out whatever was in that can and put orange peel oil in it, and used that as an organic pesticide. Chase says that Matt was probably cheating on his school project, at which point Cheater Girl and her punk rawk friend come in to visit Matt, hear that their latest cheating scam has been exposed, and run away to dispose of the evidence before they're caught by the AP Gardening test committee. Mom asks what the drugs will do to Matt if they're wrong about the pesticide, and Chase they'll make him worse, which is a moot point since they're not wrong. But Mom has seen this show before, and she knows that the first medicine is always wrong, and won't let Chase give it to her son.
House goes to Cuddy to get a court order to give Matt the drugs. Cuddy doesn't see how they can prove that Mom is mentally incompetent just because she disagrees with House. In fact, some would say that just proves how sane she is. For instance, look at Cameron. When she isn't agreeing with and defending House's diagnoses, she's crying over a centrifuge and making every single case relate to her problems and issues.