House has found Kumar's stash of photos and looks through them. Kal Penn had a few awkward teenage years, but he's smiling in all the pictures.
Foreman holds Hadley's hand. She's wearing her bracelet. I'm so glad those two have managed to work through this trying time. Also, way to muscle in and stand next to the deceased's parents, you two. Like you were that important to Kumar. The crowd watches as smoke vents out of the crematorium.
There's no patient for Taub to use to keep his mind off of Kumar. He sits on the bench and breaks down, and does it better than anyone else in this episode.
House finds one picture where Kumar isn't smiling. It's a candid shot. When Kumar thought no one was looking, apparently, he let his inner demons out. Or maybe he just didn't happen to be smiling when the picture was taken. It's the only clue House is going to get. What House still hasn't figured out but everyone else has is that he's never going to get all the clues. Even if Kumar had left a note the size of War and Peace, there would still and always be questions. How can you care enough about human behavior to torture yourself with them but still not care about humans themselves?
And how good of Fox to tack on a suicide hotline number at the end of this episode right before advertising their cheesy new Kumar memorial website. Which, by the way, doesn't even get his date of birth correct. Foreman said on the phone with 911 that Kumar was 28. The site gives his year of birth as 1975. All that work and they still couldn't get it right.