Anyway, the conversation is interrupted by a knock at the door. Guess what? The nosy neighbor with almost superhero-like hearing powers heard people talking in Frankie and Taylor's apartment and not only did they wake him up, but he also knows they're trespassing. Taub suggests they jump out the window and try to climb down the fire escape, but Hadley just opens the door and tells the neighbor what's going on. "We're doctors. We aren't stealing anything. We're just collecting samples." She holds up her glove-covered hands to prove this, even though that kind of just proves even more that she's a burglar, since she'd be wearing gloves so as not to leave fingerprints as evidence. But the neighbor seems to buy her story, and Taub asks him if he knows Frankie well. The neighbor is too busy wiring houses to read popular blogs, so he says he only knows her from their few conversations, most of which revolve around the building's compost pile. Frankie thinks it's good for the Earth, while the neighbor wants it gone because it's attracting vermin, which he then takes it upon himself to kill off by throwing rat poison all over the place. Frankie then came in contact with the rat poison when she picked it up to get rid of it before another neighbor's dog ate it and died. Um, why aren't more people angry with this neighbor guy? He yells at everyone for making the slightest sound and he almost killed a beloved pet.
Suddenly, it's time for some speed dating! And despite his earlier refusal, House has decided to take Wilson up on his offer. As has Chase, who is apparently ready to start dating again after the recent break-up of his marriage. House doesn't like having Chase around, because he's attractive and thus too much competition for House and Wilson. Wilson agrees with House that Chase is hot. That's definitely something straight guys talk about with each other -- how good-looking they are. Chase gets all insecure, asking if they're implying that he can only get dates because of his looks. The fact that he's a doctor probably doesn't hurt either, though. House bets Chase $100 that he'll get over a dozen names at the end of the night even if he drops the Australian accent, acts stupid, and doesn't tell anyone he's a doctor. With that, an annoying woman bangs a small gong and says "the fun is about to start." The women are all sitting at tables and the men get to rotate around the room and meet them.