Foreman and Taub prepare to break into Brian's house. Foreman asks Taub where he was last night, as he apparently didn't come home and Foreman was stuck watching the Bulls game with a large pizza all by himself. If you can't get your pathetic roommate on the verge of divorce and financial ruin to hang out with you, Foreman, then you probably just aren't cut out to have friends. Taub reveals that he spent the night at the house of a hot young new nursing assistant, and he'll be seeing her again tomorrow night. Foreman is clearly jealous and in awe of Taub's ability to get girls. How does he not realize that all Taub has to say is "I am a doctor?" It's not that difficult. Foreman manages to unlock Brian's front door if not exactly open it. There isn't enough room in the house for the door to open more than a few feet, as it's packed with all kinds of stuff. Brian is a hoarder.
Taub and Foreman make their way through the crowded house. Taub wonders if the hoarding is a symptom of Brian's illness. Foreman thinks the hoarding probably caused Brian's illness. The house is in such bad shape that Brian doesn't have any working utilities (I'm guessing that's from pipes and wires falling into disrepair and the house being too cluttered for a repairman to be able access it to fix them. At least, that's what always seems to happen on Hoarders. One time, the electricity went out because a goat chewed through the wires. Also the entire bedroom wall) although he did manage to keep the fridge going by plugging it into an extension cord leading to a generous neighbor's house. What neighbor is going to help a guy out who is single-handedly ruining the entire street's property values? Taub checks the freezer, where he finds a dead cat. The fridge is full of rotting food. Foreman says Brian could have caught a fungal infection from the horrible, horrible food.