Cole and PS take a silent piss before the procedure. They stand next to each other, even though there are many empty urinals. It's called a buffer zone, guys. Come on, now. There's no need to pee so close. PS says that, despite what House said and what PS agreed to, intercranial pressure can cause liver failure. He backed down in front of the cameras, figuring there was no point arguing with House and it would just make him look bad on the documentary. Cole gets serious and says that if PS is right, the scope could make Kenny bleed again. "I know," PS says. But he'd rather look good for the cameras than worry about a patient's welfare.
Kenny's dad is concerned about sticking a scope into recent internal bleeding, but PS reassures him. "You're in good hands," PS says, not sounding too convinced.
The camera crew decides to interview Wilson about House. Camera-whore that he is, Wilson agrees to this, and takes advantage of a rare opportunity to stick it to House by telling the camera that House is a practicing Wiccan and was the victim of a real-life "witch hunt" when he was falsely accused of coming onto a guy in the men's bathroom. The fun soon ends when House bursts into Wilson's office and tells the crew to document Kenny's case, not House's life. He kicks the crew out, and House admits to Wilson that he's started to get really worried: Terzzzi was stupid again, and he was too blinded by her beauty to notice it until Foreman pointed it out. He's afraid he's losing his touch. Wilson points out that House seems to be able to treat 13 and CTB like normal, unpretty people, to which House points out that that's because 13 killed a patient and CTB is a bitch. Unlike Terzzzi, whose sparkling personality has yet to appear. "Ask her out," Wilson suggests. "The bitch? She's a bitch!" House says. Hee hee. No, Wilson says: Terzzzi. Right, I see no reason not to ask out an employee right after hiring her amidst a hundred sex jokes. That won't backfire at all. House's pager goes off. Wilson, who's being extra-special awesome today, guesses 13 has killed again, but House says Kenny's just throwing up blood.
House reports to the class, where PS says the scope, which found no evidence of stomach cancer, caused Kenny to bleed for twenty minutes. Cole points out that PS was right; Kenny's liver is failing. House will admit to that, but not that the liver is failing because of intracranial pressure. What is House's problem with intracranial pressure today? Did it kick his mom in the shins once? House asks for new ideas. The entire class stares at the camera and keeps their mouths closed. Shockingly, they don't want to be called morons on camera. House turns to the producer and says Kenny will die if they don't put the camera down. She doesn't seem to care. Terzzzi speaks up with her diagnosis. House has to check with Foreman to see if it's a good one. Guess what? It's not. 13 comes up with a mitochondrial disorder diagnosis, which House asks Kumar to repeat that to see if it's a good idea when it comes out of the mouth of someone House isn't attracted to (i.e. someone who has a penis). If House is this unable to take his female employees' suggestions as seriously as he can his male employees', he should really be fired, because that's a problem. Anyway, House still likes 13's theory out of Kumar's mouth and tells them to test for it. PS takes a stand and says he still thinks it's intracranial pressure, which he is now calling "ICP." Uh oh, Kenny's a juggalo! Break out the Faygo, y'all! Shaggy 2 Dope in the house!