Afterward, as the four of them are leaving after being not only kicked out but banned for life, House proudly whispers to Cuddy, "I avenged my lady." She complains, "Seatbelt nearly broke my neck. I'm done for the night." House points out, "It's not my fault Wilson' s attracted to psychos." No, but it explains why Wilson keeps hanging around him. She reminds him that he picked the place, and heads out as Wilson assures House, "That's just the pain talking," because he's more worried about House's feelings than Sam's. Although maybe when they get home he'll be telling Mad Max that it might have been in order for her to dial it back a few spins. But back to Wilson's real date, House, who murmurs, "Oh, wow." But that's just the Epiphany Face talking.
He goes straight to the hospital, where he wakes up Alice and busts her for saying she was in a skiing accident when in fact he just realized that it was a car crash that resulted in the screws in her leg. He adds that the shoulder strap cut into her neck and damaged her thyroid gland. "You don't have lupus. What you have is curable." She doesn't seem overjoyed, just telling him to go away. Even she knows it's never lupus. He adds that he read her book. "Sucks, by the way." She doesn't believe him until he starts dropping plot points, then he loses her as she grabs the printout from him, so she probably doesn't hear him say she has hypothyroidism. "With medication you'll feel twenty years younger. Or whatever age you were the last time you didn't want to kill yourself." He tells her to finish the story the way Jack Cannon deserves. At the mention of his name, she starts getting upset all over again, but no seizure this time -- she just freezes and collapses to the bed. Acting those other two seizures must have really taken it out of her. "What did you do to me?" she demands from her immobile position flat on her back "I can't move. I can't move anything!" Well, at least she's learned enough about House to know that bad things that happen to her are his fault, even if her premises aren't as solid as her conclusion.