Chase leaves, and House turns to Foreman. He says that car trouble would make someone a lot later for work than two minutes. And really, two minutes isn't late enough for someone to be all apologetic about unless he was feeling guilty about something else. House fully intends to find out what it is, unless, of course, he's figured it out already with his mad detective skillz. He tells Foreman that, next time, Foreman should just walk in and sit down and not say anything.
Hank tells Chase that he has never taken steroids. Chase doesn't believe him. To illustrate his commitment to being drug-free, Hank turns to Lola and says that he's concerned about the morphine they're giving him. Lola tells Hank that his doses are controlled and monitored, and that opiates were never his drug of choice anyway. Hank wishes they were, because this morphine is a great time. Chase asks for a urine sample. Hank refuses. Lola explains that trust is very important to people in early recovery, especially when it can be used as an excuse not to submit their urine samples for drug testing. Chase is annoyed. Hank whispers to Lola that Chase thinks he's an idiot. "He sure does," Chase says, pointing Lola in the direction of Hank's catheter bag. Okay, but just because they have access to his pee doesn't mean that they can just take it and do whatever they want with it, does it?
Apparently it does, because Cameron's wondering if they should save the piss leftovers for House to put in Lucite and hang around his neck. Foreman laughs politely to butter Cameron up so that he can ask her to cover his Friday shift. Cameron says sure, and Foreman makes a triumphant "I get to have sex!" face for about a second before Cameron remembers that she's going to the Oncology seminar that night, so shift-covering cancelled. Foreman makes a disappointed "I'm not having sex" face. Cameron asks what he's got going on, and Foreman says it's a dinner with a pharmaceutical rep. Apparently, the usual pharmaceutical rep is a guy named Arnie who tells the same lawyer joke over and over again. Or at least, that's the one they keep sending to Cameron because of a secret agreement between the drug company and the hospital that allows them to take their single most annoying employee and send him and a doctor away to dinner together. Foreman says that this dinner is with a "new guy." A new guy who is currently going commando-style.