Cameron has learned her lesson, and tells Foreman that he had every right to write an article about the case. "You should have told me, but I should've handled it better, too," Cameron says. She just wants them to stay friends by apologizing to each other and moving on. That seems very fair of Cameron, actually. And then Foreman says that while he likes Cameron, she isn't his friend; she's his colleague. And therefore, he doesn't owe her anything. Especially not an apology. Foreman, you asshole! And do I smell barbecue? I think Cameron just got BURNED -- TIMES TWO! She and Foreman just stand there looking at each other for five very awkward minutes, while House slumbers peacefully in his office.