House is in the bathroom. It's bigger than his "office," anyway. Hospital bathrooms are huge! Wilson comes in to announce that his patient signed a DNR ("Do Not Resuscitate"). House shrugs, "It's not my fault you can't handle your patient." Wilson insists that he accepted her decision with respect. House suggests some manipulative tactics for getting her to change her mind. Wilson snits off. House closes the door.
Foreman asks Park what she's currently checking for. Then he tells her that if House meddles in her personal life, it's a compliment. And he (Foreman) gave her a recommendation to Chicago. "It works out well for everyone," he claims. Park looks thoughtful for a moment and asks, in a surprisingly angry tone, "Why exactly is that good for you?" She's ticked off about being hustled out the door. Foreman turns to leave. But first! Park has spotted something in the medical tests: "Dr. Foreman? Would you look at this" It's not iron. Instead, it's a lot of white blood cells. An infection? "How the hell did we miss that?"
House has a giant fruit bouquet. Park tells him about the infection and wonders why he isn't more alarmed. He shouts randomly to demonstrate that panic doesn't actually solve problems. You know what actually solved problems? Random speculation! So...maybe the bacteria are inside the cells themselves. House employs an elaborate war metaphor to arrive at the new plan. Antibiotics to the rescue! Frankly, I'm not all that impressed. I'm not a genius diagnostician or anything, but I think I could have come up with the idea of using antibiotics to fight an infection. Park asks, "Did you use metaphors for your old team or do you just think I'm particularly stupid?" House answers, somewhat reassuringly, "No. They were stupid too."
Bobby's here! I bet you forgot who Bobby was. Wilson's Patient and Wilson's Patient's Sister had a discussion earlier about him. He's the ex-boyfriend who used to get drunk with the patient. And now he's here. And the sister is enraged! Wilson admits that it was his idea, because Bobby once got Vanessa to go one more round of chemo. Vanessa would appear to be the patient's name. Hooray! But Bobby's been drinking, so the sister wants him gone. Vanessa, who has been apparently unconscious this whole time, rasps. "Hail, hail, the gang's all here." Bobby enters and the sister is angry.