Wilson takes a seat, and House asks him for his advice on hiring a nutritionist to replace Foreman. Wilson knows House well enough to know that House is just trying to score a date with said nutritionist, and House reports that he got her phone number while his finger was up her boyfriend's ass. Imagine if that boyfriend was Tritter when that happened. He was so mad about having a thermometer up there, I can't imagine what he would have done to House (and the viewing audience) if House had a finger up there while stealing his girl. It turns out that the phone number is written on the employment application Honey filled out for House, as being a fellow is like working at Blockbuster now. Wilson notes that Honey is twenty-six years old, and House gleefully adds that she has "the wisdom of a much younger woman." Goody!
The Cottages enter the meeting room and spy on their boss's conversation (Cameron isn't even trying to hide her over-interest as she stands there in plain sight, staring at House and Wilson with her brow furrowed. She has no shame!), and Wilson asks House if he's talked to Foreman yet. He says if House doesn't talk to Foreman, he'll lose him. Dude, Foreman resigned. In the adult world, you've already lost him. When you quit a job and the dean of medicine gives you a good-bye hug, it's over. House pretends not to be concerned about this, saying that losing Foreman will only make him appreciate the things he does have. Unfortunately for him, coffee laced with fun speed is no longer one of those things. House heads into the meeting room, where Chase says that the ocular biopsy was negative, which means Addie doesn't have CFH deficiency. Foreman thinks they're looking for a brain tumor, and House agrees that his infection theory does not appear to have panned out and they should investigate other possibilities and stop wasting time. No, he doesn't! He says he still thinks they're looking for an infection. If the ocular biopsy had been positive, he says, it would have proven he was right. A negative result, however, does not prove that he was wrong. Foreman wants to do an MRI and look for a tumor in Addie's brain. House says he's welcome to do that, although he'll have to look for an abscess while he's there, since infections cause abscesses and Addie has an infection. I both love and hate how House is determined that Addie has an infection despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary.