Hey, is that a new establishing shot of the Princeton area? And did Wilson also get himself a new haircut? Why yes, he did! And yet, they couldn't find the time to cut Jennifer Morrison out of the credits or put Peter Jacobson and Olivia Wilde into them even though they've been on the show for two seasons. How does that work? Anyway, Wilson is talking to his new neighbor at the Fuck You, Cuddy Condos about local hotspots. I sense his interest in a good coffeehouse has less to do with coffee than it does that she's an attractive woman. For her part, she makes sure to mention that she's single, because, hey -- he's a handsome doctor. Wouldn't you (until you found out he was thrice-divorced)? Oh, but things take a turn for the worse for Wilson when he asks the woman out, only for her to accept on the condition that he brings "that good-looking guy with the cane" along. Was this script written by Hugh Laurie? Oh wait, it gets worse! When Wilson asks if she means House, she says, "your boyfriend's name is House?" "He's not my boyfriend," Wilson sputters, as if this is the first time someone has thought that. I mean, come on now. The woman apologizes for her faux pas, then asks if they refer to themselves as husbands or partners. "We're not gay!" Wilson says. "Seriously?" the woman asks. You just met the guy and you're going to assume he isn't telling the truth? This woman is kind of a bitch. Move on, Wilson.
Taub sets Mickey up with a hearing test to see if he has that neuroma thing Foreman was talking about, then returns to the booth with Foreman, who shows him the paper he found on the ground earlier. It's a pay stub with Hadley's full name on it, revealing that her middle name is "Beauregard." What the hell? Is she a Southern man? Why are Hadley's parents so weird? Foreman thinks the pay stub is a fake planted by House to stir up jealousy among the other, lesser-paid Cottages. "There's no way she makes that much money," he scoffs. Oh really? "I make that much money," Taub says; "and apparently ... you don't."