Jackson gets his MRI of DOOOM!! that quickly turns into Taub asking Hadley about her relationship with Foreman in the booth. Ugh, who cares? Why does he? Hadley says she's sure that she and Foreman will be able to handle their break-up in a professional manner. Taub starts making fun of Foreman, saying he's like a robot and he never understood what Hadley saw in him anyway. For real, Taub. His diagnosis of Jackson might have sucked, but his diagnosis of Foreman is right on the money. He keeps going, giving Hadley his impression of Foreman on the happiest day of his life: :-|, followed by his impression of Foreman on the saddest day: :-|. Ha! It's true, too, but not because of Foreman's personality. It's because Omar Epps has been sleepwalking through his scenes since, like, Season 3. Hadley says she's not quite up to mocking Foreman yet, and Taub says that House did Hadley a favor by forcing her to break up with Foreman. He didn't do me any favors, since now that they're fake broken up they have more screentime than ever. With that, Hadley says Jackson's body is blind uterus-free and ends the session. That's good news for Jackson; I don't know what a blind uterus is, but I have one that presumably is sighted and it's a pain in my freaking ass every month. I can't imagine how much more difficult a special needs uterus would be.
Kumar makes an unusual visit to Wilson's office. He's concerned about House and thinks that Wilson, as House's baby-sitter, should know. Wilson assumes House is being a jerk again, but Kumar says it's just the opposite -- he's being nice, assenting to unnecessary MRIs just to make his patient's parents happy. That's still being a jerk to their health insurance company, though. Wilson doesn't think much of this, saying House could simply be in a good mood thanks to a great cup of coffee or "a tremendous bowel movement." Kumar should stop worrying about it and enjoy it while it lasts. He probably won't, now that he has that mental image of a tremendous bowel movement floating around in his head. Kumar leaves, and Wilson looks Concerned.