Wilson reports to House's office to tell him that he has a problem. Duh. Wilson has been so good this episode, but now he's psychoanalyzing, saying that House hires hot women to work for him because he doesn't know how to have an actual relationship. Wilson thinks that House should just keep the hot girls who are smart and fire the hot girls who are dumb. Then he should ask them out. This is not a good plan unless you want to get sued for sexual harassment. Honestly, Wilson. Anyway, 13 runs into House's office to tell him that she was right -- Kenny has Lyme disease. House thinks 13 is yet another stupid hot woman, but she persists. The rash is there, she says. It's just hiding.
And the reason why it's hiding is because Chase and his crack surgical team were about to perform surgery on someone's forehead without shaving the area first. When they do, they see that Kenny's hair was concealing the rash. House is happy, because this means that he managed to hire at least one hot girl who is smart, so now he doesn't have to question his hiring practices. He probably still should, though. It's not really fair that there are a bunch of ugly women out there being denied the chance to learn diagnostic medicine. That's more the casting department's fault than House's, though.
House ends his time with the camera crew by saying that deformed people are repulsive, even though the question they asked him was how he felt about Cuddy's interference in his case. Charming.
It's time for the firing squad. House tells PS to stand. He does, and House prolongs his agony by saying that he found out even more about PS. Not only was he forced to resign, he was also forced to sign a non-compete contract, meaning he'll never be able to practice plastic surgery again. Which leaves this job as his only employment option. House asks PS what could possibly have been important enough to sign his career away. PS says they promised not to tell his wife that he cheated on her. Wow, PS's co-workers are total assholes to blackmail him like that. "I love my wife," PS says. Not enough to keep it in his pants, though. House asks PS why he risked his job at PPTH to undermine House, knowing that he had nothing to fall back on. "I thought you were wrong," PS says. House tells him to sit down. He won't be fired today.