Wilson goes into a patient's room. She's got angina and is getting some nitro. She's had a mastectomy and still misses her spectacular boobs. She's got emphysema. So with all that, we can fairly conclude that she's the one waiting for the lungs. Also she's an alcoholic, which her sister does not find amusing. They ask about House. Wilson is willing to go this far: "He is an excellent doctor."
The field trip is on! It's raining pretty hard as House and Charlyne cross the street. Charlyne thinks the family of the donor is not going to be thrilled to see some jerk doctors right after their kid died. House doesn't care about that, because it's more fun to talk about how they both assaulted their bosses. He explains his situation briefly ("She dumped me") and sets in to making terrible guesses about what set Charlyne off: "Called you his China Doll? Joked about what a crappy deal you got for Manhattan? Assumed that you have a huge penis?" He's not very good at racism. I mean, he's got a lot going on, but he doesn't seem that interested in accuracy. Rather than let him keep coming up with ways to offend different parts of the world, Charlyne provides some genealogical data: "My mom's Filipino. My dad's Korean. And my boss grabbed my behind." Also, she doesn't have a boyfriend, so the reason she's pretending to be on call is that so her parents don't learn what she's done. I like Charlyne, but I wasn't all that interested in her backstory. Unless she turns out to be dressing up like a bat and fighting crime at night, I figure it probably won't matter all that much.
House and Charlyne are now inside the house of the boy whose lungs they are trying to save. The kid's father is positive that his son didn't do cocaine. House cheerfully pops a Vicodin as he promises that drug addicts lie all the time. He rummages through drawers as the father promises that marijuana was also not involved. Charlyne mutters to House, "I think he's about to throw us out." House looks him in the eye. Nope! He tells her to go bother the father for more information. She asks about the other kids at the party. We learn that poker was involved. Charlyne thinks maybe the father should throw them out. House finds a pair of glasses, which don't appear in any pictures of the kid. They're a couple weeks old and were acquired because he had a headache. Naturally, House jumps straight to "brain tumor." The doorbell rings, and it's because House has an ankle tracker. "Turns out they monitor these monitors," he grumps. He goes along with the cops.