Taub kicks brother Hugo (really, parents? You named your kids Della and Hugo? What century and/or country do you think you're in?) out of the room to talk to Della and her parents about using Hugo's marrow for the transplant. Della refuses, saying she doesn't want to put her brother at risk for any pain or complications since his life sucks enough already. Well, that's just foolish. The bone marrow donation procedure isn't pleasant, but it's pretty safe and painless as far as I know. There are always risks, but it really doesn't seem like enough to refuse to let Hugo donate. Especially without, like, asking the guy about it first.
Taub reports the news to House, who is still down in the Clinic voluntarily doing what Cuddy asked him to seven years ago. House says he thought this might happen, looking at Della's participation in sports and science clubs. "She's living his life, not hers," he says. Yes, because women never join science clubs. Or play sports. I know I always wished that I could join the science club, but my brother had to go and be all able-bodied, so I left that men's work to him and baked something. Actually, hold on -- what's stopping Hugo from joining the science club? I get why he can't skateboard, but science? I mean, Stephen Hawking is a scientist and he's not very mobile. House calls Della's selflessness idiotic and tries to leave the Clinic, only to find Wilson blocking his path with a big dopey grin on his face. Wilson says he's just happy that House is happy, although that turns back to worry when House informs him that Cuddy will still be his direct supervisor. "Nothing's changed," House says. Wilson says it kind of has -- the fact that House is doing his Clinic duty, for example. Also, Taub on House to Wilson. House assures Wilson that nothing is different just because he changed his mind about one test. "Stop worrying," he orders; "I can handle it."