Wilson pushes Taub's kids (in a double-wide stroller) through the hospital lobby and describes their screams as "Satan's alarm clock" to Foreman. Foreman thinks House is suspiciously quiet, but Wilson thinks he's just busy establishing authority over his team. He declines to be an intermediary between Foreman and House. Foreman, once again, is foiled. Shouldn't he have some skills in dealing with House from all his years doing exactly that?
Bob tells Chase he can't live like this. Chase thinks he should keep lying to his wife, but Adams doesn't. He's in a room where the ceiling tiles blink quickly, testing for photic epilepsy. Couldn't they just use that hand-held adjustable strobe light that House had? It seemed ideal for this sort of thing.
Chase and Adams return to the office, where something noisy and construction-based is happening behind a wall. House tells them that Park wasn't necessarily wrong; she was just wrong not to test for epilepsy first. Chase and Adams go off to run the latest test, and Taub and Park go to the motel where the attack hit. Hosue gives them a few quarters for the massage bed. Swanky!
At the motel, Park explains to a nearby prostitute that Taub couldn't get a babysitter, which is why he brought the babies. Then she explains to Taub that everyone clearly thinks she's a prostitute herself, since she's here with a man twice her age. "How old do you think I am?" he asks. I guess that would be funny if I didn't also think he was twice her age. For what it's worth, Peter Jacobson is 46 and Charlyne Yi is 25. So he's not quite twice her age, but it's pretty close.