Mickey responds to this by demanding to be discharged. Well, that's one way to avoid weeks of tests. He drives away in his Land Rover and is followed by Hadley and Chase, who were apparently expecting this reaction. Hadley is enjoying the adventure, saying it's better than sitting in a lab all day. Chase begs to differ, then criticizes Hadley's following ability, saying she's too close to Mickey's car. She backs off, and then they reveal that they don't make more than Foreman after all -- this was all a big practical joke they planned to have fun at his expense. Yeah, that's a lot of fun. I'm sure Foreman thought it was just hilarious when his boss's boss told him he wasn't worth anything. Also, this isn't a surprise to me because my stupid DVR said in the episode info that this was going to happen. Thanks a lot, DVR. Hadley says they're doing it to take Foreman down a few pegs, although Chase wonders if this isn't her little mission to get back at her ex-boyfriend. At this point, she's forced to run a red light in order to stay with Mickey's car and is promptly pulled over. Chase snickers adorably. "Shut up," Hadley says. And really, it's not funny that drug dealers are free to drive the streets of Princeton and ply their illicit wares because the police are too busy pulling doctors over for minor traffic infractions.
3B goes to her mailbox, only to have to talk to House, who appears from around the corner where he was no doubt lying in wait for her. He warmly introduces himself, using his first name. Then he gets crass and says Wilson told him that she thinks they "like to polish each other's swords. And by swords, I mean 'pistols.'" 3B feels awkward, but House tells her it's an understandable mistake. And it is a mistake. "We're both straight!" he says. And then he unwraps a large package left for him that turns out to be a huge framed poster for "A Chorus Line." "Oh my god, that is beautiful!" he says in a very homosexual manner; "we finally have the room to display it the way it deserves." What, there were no giant Judy Garland posters available? That's such an expensive fuck you to Wilson, who takes the fuck you present crown with his condo purchase to get back at Cuddy on behalf of his best friend who then thanks him by ruining his chances to date the hot neighbor. I guess when you're a doctor, you can afford to be this petty. House asks 3B if she can help him carry it to the apartment. She happily accepts because 3B either has a lot of free time or she just loves her some gay men. House makes sure to compliment her Louis Vuitton shoes, just in case the giant "I AM A GAY MAN" poster didn't get the message across.