Dan asks House if he's ever been in love, because men love to know these things about each other. I hope they play light as a feather, stuff as a board next. House says that he has. Dan has to describe his luxury boats. He does. He asks House how he and his love met. House says it was a lawyers vs. doctors paintball tournament. This contradicts what he said about how they met before, although I don't think either story is true, so it doesn't really matter. Dan says that Kyle used to run around the factory all the time, and House says he now knows what's wrong with Kyle. He was exposed to spray paint for the boats, giving him mercury poisoning which was then aggravated by Kyle's alcoholism. House calls Foreman and tells him to test Kyle for mercury poisoning. He asks to speak with Chase, but Chase isn't in the room; he's with Shitter. Unfortunately, Foreman does not try to imitate Chase on the phone, but just says Chase is in the lab.
Shitter asks Chase how many pills House takes a day. Chase says anywhere from six to ten. He also admits to writing prescriptions for House when he asked him to. Why does Cuddy allow detectives to interrogate her employees like this? Get a lawyer, preferably not the kind who participates in paintball tournaments. Shitter says that the medical profession tends to attract people who love power, unlike being a police officer, which attracts people who really, really love power. So he doubts that House would ask for anything, and thinks that Chase is lying to the police to "cover up something [Chase] didn't want to do." The scene ends here so we can all suspect Chase of turning House in.
Wilson's car drives through the Fox Mulberry St. backlot. The search for the best hoagies in the world has been unsuccessful. Apparently, with their best customer in a vegetative state, Giancarlo's couldn't survive. Kind of like the restaurant the Night Corut gang occasionally visited that was owned by a different person every time but still managed to serve horrible food that made everyone sick. And then Mac and Quon-Le tried to buy it but needed to borrow money from Mac's grandpa, who disapproved of his marriage to Quon-Le. Man, everyone learned a lesson that day. A heartfelt lesson delivered in a light-hearted way.