Wilson enters Cuddy's office, first stating that he's "not here to play matchmaker." If you feel the need to say it, then you probably are. Wilson then says that House accused him of being interested in Cuddy ... and Wilson thinks he's right. "I do have ... I've always had ... some feelings for you," he admits. Um, if that is true, this is neither the time nor the place for it! You're at work, idiot! Come on! But, Wilson adds, he would never date Cuddy since it "wouldn't be fair to House" and CTB just died and all. Cuddy, who finished mourning the loss of her would-be baby after about six hours, doesn't understand what Wilson's talking about with the needing time after CTB's death, nor does she get why Wilson felt the need to tell her this when he isn't planning on doing anything about it. Why be mad, Cuddy? You're the belle of the ball this week! No doubt Hadley will be professing her feelings for you shortly. But whatever you do, don't drink from the open bottle she offers you! "I thought you should know," Wilson says. "Let's have dinner tomorrow night," Cuddy offers. Wilson accepts her invitation. So much for needing time to get over CTB! Wilson turns to leave, but Cuddy's not done. "Maybe it'd be better if we just had sex," she says; "in front of House's office." Wilson is rendered speechless, so Cuddy continues that she's assuming Wilson is doing this to make House jealous and spur him into Cuddy-dating action. "You think it'll work?" Wilson asks. "You're an idiot," Cuddy says. For real. How can Wilson possibly think this is a good idea? Cuddy tells him everyone is better off if she and House don't date, and kisses him on the cheek. Wilson looks disappointed, although I'm not sure if it's because his plan didn't work, or because he really does have feelings for Cuddy.
Cameron's all bitchy today as Stewart suffers over his oatmeal and asks her if this is the best test. "No, but you've kind of tied our hands," she says. And then she goes into mental fix-it mode and starts trying to talk to Stewart about being shot, and how his PTSD-related agoraphobia is nothing to be ashamed of and can be helped with therapy. Stewart says it's not PTSD, explaining that his girlfriend was with him when he was shot. She was shot, too, and she died. "I'm sorry," Cameron whispers. But she isn't sorry. Her heart just skipped a beat. A dead girlfriend means one less person in Stewart's life. If he has no friends or family, then she's going wedding dress shopping! Stewart continues that he's always been agoraphobic, ever since he was a child. He'd feel physical pain and have panic attacks when he went outside. Somehow, he managed to get a girlfriend, and she was the only reason why he ever wanted to go outside. When she died, so did his life in the outside world. Hey -- just how did those paramedics know to come to his house in the first place?