Off the elevator, House meets Wilson, who inquires as to what happened to House's pants. Wilson is always interested in House's pants. House says he's going to sell his authentic Hank Wiggen-piss pants on eBay. Wilson says it's not that bad, giving House the opening to say he doesn't believe anything Wilson says, seeing as he lied to him about Friday night. "Are we breaking up?" he asks before I can. House retreats to his office, leaving Wilson to sigh about his ethical dilemma.
As House looks through a duffle bag for a new pair of pants, Wilson enters the office and tells him that he's having dinner with Stacy on Friday. House asks if Wilson is talking about Stacy the Stripper. Wilson reluctantly says it's Stacy the Constitutional Lawyer. "You thought I couldn't handle this news?" House asks, and Wilson doesn't respond. Wilson says he hasn't talked to Stacy in a long time, and that if House doesn't want him to see her, he won't. House says this isn't eighth grade, and aggressively zips his pants-less duffle closed as he says he has "no right" to be mad at Wilson for seeing this mysterious Stacy, since Wilson and Stacy are friends. He asks Wilson to say hi to her for House. He's going to get some pants.
Before he can put on something urine-stench free, Lola grabs him in the hall and says she will not let House kill her husband. She's getting an abortion; they'll have another baby later. Except that I don't know how safe it is to be pregnant with only one kidney. House says that Hank doesn't want Lola's kidney, and that he's allowed to make that decision. "So...he'll die?" Lola asks. "Probably," says House. Lola bursts into tears and hugs House. He rolls his eyes and hopes no one sees this or takes a picture to use as blackmail material later. He just spent a load of money on those Monster Truck tickets; he can't make another withdrawal to pay someone off for fear that he'll reveal what a softy House is. House tells Lola to have the baby, since Hank will die either way. Then he lifts an arm and gives Lola the most awkward, pathetic, and, since it's House, sweetest pat on the back ever. The moment is quickly ruined when House asks Lola why she hasn't mentioned anything about how he has piss all over his pants. Lola only just noticed that they were wet. She didn't smell anything. Hmmm.
Chase and Cameron have dinner and talk about the Wiggen case. I like seeing the Cottages hang out together. They've evolved from those awkward initial interactions to almost being friends, despite House's best efforts. Chase says it's interesting that House asked Cameron, of all people, to go to that Monster Truck Rally. Cameron tells him not to read anything into that. Foreman's hot date from earlier in the show sits down and says that if their patient decides to get dialysis for his kidney problems, she has some good products they may want to check out. Ah, so our pharmaceutical rep is Foreman's love interest, and is using company money to court more than just their business. Foreman sits down, and everyone starts talking about how awesome it is that pharmaceutical companies give them dinner and trips to Bermuda on the pretense of selling their products to doctors.