Wilson stumbles out into the hall, nearly knocking over Hadley. He apologizes to her, and she says it's okay. "Be not afraid," she adds. Ahahaha! That was good. Hadley is useful for something after all. She walks into the meeting room, where Chase is poring over Frankie's blog for clues as to what her condition could be. Chase says he hasn't found anything relevant yet, although he is surprised to see that Frankie leaves no detail of her life unblogged. Like sex, which she doesn't enjoy having when angry. Hadley says there might be something to this blogging stuff, as just one hour after Frankie wrote about how her kidneys failed, a concerned fan from Singapore called PPTH offering one of hers. Surely people in Singapore have better things to do than donate kidneys to bloggers. Like beat criminal offenders.
Chase changes the subject to something more important to him -- himself. He asks Hadley for an objective woman's opinion on his looks. His bet with House has suddenly shown him that his handsome face might be all women want him for. Um, and that hasn't occurred to him before? Seriously? Because most really attractive guys I know are very aware of their looks and how they can use them to hook up with lots of people. Apparently, Chase thought that men were shallow creatures who only cared about looks, while women only cared about men's personalities. Except, wasn't he just as surprised as everyone else when they had a hot female patient with an ugly and not apparently wealthy husband? So clearly, he knew then that women can be shallow. Chase tries to relate this all back to the case, saying that the fact that Frankie can't get hot for angry sex with her husband might be a symptom of Sjogrens, which can cause certain areas to dry up.