The Cottages prepare Hank for transplant, but then his heart rate goes crazy and his potassium levels surge. So it's not Addison's and steroids after all. Good thing they found this all out BEFORE the baby died and the kidney was harvested!
Cameron attempts to explain the change in Hank's condition with a crappy baseball metaphor, and he gives her an "A for effort." She says there's no point in doing the transplant surgery anymore.
Hank's heart rate goes down. They don't know why, and they can't stabilize him.
That night, a sleeping/dying Hank gets a visit from Sarge, who further induces a coma by talking about the first time Sarge saw Hank pitch. Hank wakes up and says that he hurts everywhere. Sarge says that they must have dialed down Hank's morphine, which is just wrong if the guy is in pain. Fortunately, he's got some painkillers in his pocket that Hank can take. Hank says no, but reaches for them.
And we see that he's reaching into the air because he's hallucinating. House watches. Wilson enters the room, and House tells him about Hank's new symptoms. Wilson says that hallucinations and weird heart rates point to a digitalis overdose, although there's no reason Hank would have taken that. House says it's clever deductions like that that make Wilson such a great doctor and so in demand for speaking at things like Oncology seminars. He starts to walk away, and Wilson says "the only thing is..." and House stops, ready to hear Wilson tell him the truth now that he's been presented with the opportunity. But Wilson just says that a digitalis overdose would only explain the later symptoms. House just nods and sulks about how his only friend is a LYING LIAR.
Over at a baseball field or whatever, Sarge gives a completely distracted player some pitching tips, and then notices House sitting nearby. He excuses himself and asks House how he got in. House says that he just claimed to be the new Dominican shortstop. Sarge makes a note to fire the entire security staff. House says that Sarge has clubbing on his fingers, a sign of heart problems. Sarge says he takes digitalis for it, and shows House his bottle of pills. There aren't very many pills in the bottle, and Sarge could've sworn that he just got that bottle refilled. House says that Hank stole them to kill himself.
House glares at Hank, and then asks him how and why he stole Sarge's pills. Big insurance payoff for Lola? Those gold-digging wives always need more money. Hank says that money had nothing to do with it. House says it doesn't really matter, since they're proceeding with the transplant surgery/baby kill. Hank grabs House's arm as he stands up, knocking him into a bottle of pee that spills all over House's leg. "Never visit a patient," House tells himself. At least, never visit a patient with a bottle of piss precariously balanced next to the visitor's chair. Hank says that he wants his baby, and that the next time they try to kill it for his transplant, his suicide attempt won't fail. House says that he'll go ahead and treat Hank for the Addison's, then, and Hank can go ahead and die.