Cuddy shows up at the Clinic and is informed by Evil Nurse Brenda that House called out of Clinic Duty fifteen minutes into his shift, saying that he was in too much pain to work. Evil Nurse Brenda couldn't find anyone to cover for him (and, if I know Evil Nurse Brenda, she didn't even try), so now Cuddy gets to do it. House's pregnant man is back, and he doesn't want to talk to Cuddy about his problem, calling it "personal." Cuddy doesn't have time for riddles, and threatens to leave. So the patient has no choice but to show her his problem: he's growing boobs. Cuddy looks like she really wants to laugh here, but settles for giving the guy House's pager number. I had no idea you could psychosomatically grow boobs.
Foreman and House have some one-on-one time. Foreman wants to know what made House assume that the girl was abused. I don't think it's that unusual; House has assumed his patients were sexual-abuse victims in the past, although he's never been right about it before. Maybe this time, he'll finally break the streak. House says that he had a "funny uncle." Foreman thinks House is sharing something personal with him about his own history of sexual abuse, but no. Only Cameron shares her past with anyone (and everyone). House's uncle was just a funny guy. Foreman breaks it down: he thinks House's leg pain is affecting his decision-making. House gets very serious and tells Foreman to question the calls he makes and not the personal reasons that might be behind them. Foreman says that being in pain makes people want to rush things, and that's what House has been doing here; he warns House, "Don't." House seems to think about this, and then quietly and sincerely thanks Foreman. And then he turns around and loudly asks Alex's dad, who's all the way across the hall, if he's "doing [his] daughter." Foreman shakes his head. House and Dad leave to speak privately while the rest of the hallway's occupants think about their own funny uncles.