Taub and Mrs. Taub talk. Taub says he's been selfish by sleeping with her instead of letting her move on with her life. Mrs. Taub refuses to let him leave, saying that she wants to be the one who makes the decision about if and when to end whatever their relationship is supposed to be. She says what they're doing right now is complicated and wrong, but when they were married they tried to do the right thing (well, she tried. Taub didn't really try very hard) and it sucked. This, Mrs. Taub claims, is fun. Well, so is heroin. It doesn't mean you should do it. Whatever. I hate this storyline. Wake me up with Taub and Mrs. Taub act like normal people, or we've finally moved on from them and are focusing in on someone else.
Brian returns to Nina's room, seemingly willing to forgive her.
House drops Hadley off at ... uh ... where, exactly? Her apartment? Did she pay rent for that whole time she was in jail? Maybe she owns it. House says Hadley owes him $87 for gas. Hadley doesn't say anything or leave the car, so House decides to try to make her feel better. He offers to kill her. When the time comes. If she can't find anyone better. Feeling especially generous, he says he can kill her right now, if she'd like. I would like! Do it! But he doesn't. Hadley says she'll be at work on Monday. She does not give him the $87 she owes him.