Chase and Foreman are incredulous that House is talking to a patient. Chase: "I don't know who I am anymore." Allow me: you're a hot Aussie who could really use a trip to a salon, but can fill out a pair of jeans like nobody's business. Does that help? Foreman wonders what the appeal of this case is, given that Friedman's mom is crazy, but Chase says that at least crazy people aren't boring. He leaves, and Foreman wonders if he just got dissed by Chase, House, or both.
House asks Friedman's mom about her meds, and she babbles about liking baseball: "Very sad. My boy and me, we went to see a game." Considering this is all it takes for House to realize that she's talking about the Mets, I guess he follows American sports a little more than I would have guessed. Friedman's mom twitches some more and says that no one believes her. House: "I do." Friedman's mom could use a trip to the salon, too, but she's got more of an excuse, with the CRAZY and all.
Foreman still won't let it go, now bothering Wilsensei about why House is so interested in Friedman's mom. Wilsensei: "He likes puzzles." Yeah, the time you played "Guess My Favorite Position" really turned him on.
Friedman's mom tells House that it never used to hurt. Friedman's name is apparently Lucas, but that's too confusing, since Luke was his best friend on Joan. Friedman's mom: "Don't lie to him, Limpy. Lively Lucy never lies to Lucas. Look what I do to him." Okay, we get it, you're NUTS!