Wilson marches into Cuddy's office and states that she must have slept with House because he's in a good mood. I would be really offended if one of my employees came into my office unannounced and started accusing me of sleeping with another employee, but a truly unfazed Cuddy just says that if she slept with House, she'd be "curled up in a ball weeping in shame." And she isn't, although she is wearing a cleavage-riffic top. Now Wilson is even more concerned, since if House and Cuddy aren't keeping something from him, then House must be keeping something from both him and Cuddy, which always means trouble. Cuddy isn't too worried, though. She says a good mood isn't a cause for crisis, and Wilson should try to take advantage of it by getting back some of the money House owes him. Wilson leaves, and Cuddy looks Concerned.
Hadley explains the situation to Jackson's parents, because she hasn't had enough to do this episode. Mom doesn't like the idea of taking Jackson off of his hormones. "He'll never be a man!" she says; "did we make the wrong choice?" Hadley averts her eyes so as to keep from saying "yes, and I hate you guys." Dad tells Hadley to tell Jackson the testosterone blocker is something else, but Hadley thinks this might be a good opportunity for them to tell their son the truth. Mom points out that Jackson's not exactly healthy right now, and therefore probably not really up to getting some life-shattering news.
OMG -- House is actually doing Clinic duty! Hooray! I missed the Clinic! His patient has pain in one arm and both legs when he puts pressure on them. He demonstrates by poking them with a finger on his one non-painful limb. House grabs the finger and bends it, and the patient cries out in pain.
Cuddy is also in the Clinic. It turns out that she instructed some nurse who isn't Evil Nurse Brenda to give House "the moron with the broken finger." Nurse says she did, and they've been in the exam room together for ten minutes now. Cuddy says that can't be -- House would have figured out what was wrong with the patient and insulted him until he demanded another doctor seven minutes ago. But no -- as she watches, the idiot leaves the exam room with a brace on his finger and kind parting words for his doctor: "thanks, bro." Okay ... there's being an idiot, and then there's serious mental retardation. The guy didn't feel the pain in his finger at the time that he actually broke it? Or when it throbbed and swelled up for days afterward? He can't tell finger pain from limb pain? This makes no sense. House just nods and walks away, swinging his cane as he goes. Cuddy looks Really Concerned.