House and Wilson meet in the cafeteria. House is mad at Wilson for attending Cuddy's ceremony when he has two tickets to a jazz concert on the same night. Except that he made those tickets up just to try to ruin Cuddy's good time. Wilson says he wants to go to the ceremony, and he's sure Cuddy will be okay with House not attending. In fact, he's surprised she invited House in the first place. House finds that surprising, too.
But enough of that. Hadley and Foreman are having problems, so we all have to go see them to make sure they're okay. Hadley is sick of House's games, but has no right to complain when it was only by winning House's games that she even got this job in the first place. She knew what she was in for in the beginning. She wants to do something, like go to HR (PPTH obviously doesn't have one) or work somewhere else (please please please. PLEEEEEEASE). Foreman says complaining about House to Cuddy won't do a thing and he doesn't want to work anywhere else. He neglects to mention that that's only because he can't. Hadley accuses Foreman of being "scared" to leave House. Foreman thinks for a second before deciding that House did this because he wants them to fight. He wouldn't actually fire them, so they should just stop playing into it.
Kumar and Taub go to House and tell him that their patient doesn't believe in God. House finds that cool. He's not quite so thrilled about the child molesting, though. Kumar keeps reminding everyone that the molestation was never proven, because he's that naïve. Taub just wants to release Danny because there's nothing wrong with him. House says that's bad news for Foreman and Hadley. Taub and Kumar just look at each other, but I doubt they really care much at this point.
Hadley and Foreman report to House's office. He tells them the case is over, so he'll need their decision. Smiling confidently, Hadley says they aren't going to break up and they aren't going to quit. She thinks she's got this thing all figured out. "You're fired," House tells Foreman. Foreman continues to believe that House is bluffing, but House says Foreman is wrong about that, just like he's been wrong about a lot of things ever since he started dating Hadley. He let Chase and Cameron date because they didn't compromise their professional lives to do so. Um, except when they had sex in a patient's house and in the sleep lab during a case. But anyway, Foreman's relationship with Hadley caused him to become a liability. Foreman doesn't understand -- just last episode, House was all about sweeping that under the rug. House says he was trying to save Foreman's medical license. He doesn't have those same good intentions when it comes to Foreman's job or relationship. Hadley frowns. This isn't going the way she thought it would at all! Not only is House totally committed to this and not bluffing, but he also has a very good reason for his demands. And even if he was bluffing, did they really think he'd just say, "Oh, you guys got me! I couldn't stand to lose either one of you. My bad!" and drop it? Hell no! House would watch them both leave before admitting he didn't want them to. Foreman hands in his badge. But we all know he'll get it back before the episode is over so I don't care.