One thing Cameron didn't apparently do was sedate Stewart enough, since he managed to call his lawyer and have the surgery stopped and get sent home. Chase, Cameron, and House are lined up in Cuddy's office for yelling at. House, his attention mostly focused on his symbolic mosquito bite, says it's no big deal -- they only have to wait for Stewart to crash and lose consciousness, at which point they'll be able to bring him right back to PPTH. Cuddy says that Stewart and his lawyer have taken care of that, and now the lawyer has Stewart's health care proxy, so any emergencies need to be called in to him for approval first. That's a big responsibility -- hope he's able to reach at all times! Cameron says that she was only trying to help Stewart, since if he had flipped out like that after the surgery, it could have been worse. Cuddy reminds Cameron that she's the boss, and therefore doesn't have to argue with her underlings. And with that, she removes all three doctors from the case. Chase probably doesn't care one bit, and House just turns and leaves. Cameron can't believe that he isn't fighting for their right to treat a man who doesn't want to be treated and chases after him.
Cameron follows House out and asks him what's going on between him and Cuddy. "Bad lovin' gone bad," he answers. Cameron is no Wilson, so she doesn't believe him and asks for the real reason. House says ignoring Cuddy is easier than arguing, and orders Cameron to go back to Stewart's house, earn back his trust, and administer the drug that might clear his blockage without surgery. With that, he enters the well-timed elevator and closes the door in her face. But Cameron's not done yet, as she turns to find Chase, who asks her why she's continuing to work on a case that she's been taken off of. Cameron gets on her high horse about wanting to treat incredibly sick people (such as the people in the ER who have been down one physician since Stewart's ordeal began? Guess not!), and Chase interrupts her to ask what her problem is, saying they left House "as a team" to get away from this "craziness." Cameron reminds Chase that she quit House's team -- Chase was fired. It's always great when your girlfriend is supportive about your career. I guess Chase wouldn't know anything about that.