And Foreman returns to the chocolate fountain with the ladies' drinks, only to find them -- and Chase -- gone. Foreman spots the three of them leaving arm-in-arm. Foreman consoles himself by drinking both drinks very quickly.
The reception is over, but House, Taub, Foreman, and Wilson remain. Foreman says Chase hooked up with at least three women tonight, and House tells Taub this is what he can look forward to following his inevitable divorce. Taub insists that his marriage is not over, although he did "miscalculate." He continues talking about how Rachel's hurt feelings never went away like he thought, but House is no longer paying attention as he just got his Epiphany Face. He takes off, leaving the three losers behind.
House returns to Ramon's room. "Won't be long now," he greets him. He says he just ran a PET scan on Ramon's daughter and it turns out that her brain cancer didn't go away after all. The CT scans they ran on her aren't as exact as a PET scan, so they didn't pick up all the teeny-tiny tumors still in Ramon's daughter's brain. "Looks like God broke your deal," House says. Ramon takes his word for it even after everything he's seen and heard from House so far and says he'll agree to the stem cell therapy. I think he was just waiting for an excuse, because that was way too easy.
The next morning, Chase is a bit late walking into the MRI (OF STEM CELL THERAPY??) booth where Taub and Foreman are waiting for him. Foreman comments that he didn't think Chase would have the "strength" to even make it to work. Chase apologizes to Foreman for "taking off" with one of Foreman's possible dates. Foreman says Chase ditched him twice during that reception, and Chase says while the first time was just him being an asshole, the second time he "had no choice. It was a threesome!" "They're overrated," Taub sighs.
House shows Ramon his daughter's PET scan, which is clean. Yes, House was lying to make Ramon agree to the stem cell therapy. "You lead me into temptation!" Ramon accuses. House says God is just going to have to punish Ramon for that, then, or else Ramon will have to accept that God doesn't exist. For now, though, not only is his daughter fine, but Ramon is also showing signs of improvement after just 36 hours of stem cell therapy. Yeah, but ... he still has MS, right? And the really, really bad kind? So I wouldn't say things are awesome for Ramon. Ramon says this doesn't prove the God doesn't exist, just that he's cool with Ramon being tricked into stem cell therapy. God is even cooler than Ramon thought! "God is all about love!" Ramon says. House is confused; Ramon is saying that no matter what happens, it's proof that God exists. Well, yeah, House. That's called faith. How many times does he need to be told this?