Adams is starting to work on Henry when Molly shows up. She's fascinated by Amy, but she thinks it's just a really realistic CPR doll. Henry introduces her to Amy and explains that this hyper-realistic sex doll is the girlfriend he's told her about. She's freaked out and gets out as quickly as possible. Goodbye! Yeah, that'll happen. Henry is downcast.
Taub's new friend Wendy watches him put a baby in a crib. He tells her he has to admit something, which is that her mom isn't really dead. He explains that he panicked. She asks if that was a different baby, and Taub denies it. She does not buy the denial.
Henry looks through the handouts that Molly brought him. Oh! I should have mentioned that Molly brought him handouts before running out. She did. He tells Amy he wishes she could get in bed with him. Suddenly she stands up, talks to him and strips down to sexy underwear. He's freaked out by this. He puts his hands on her and starts having flashes of seeing her bleeding through her torso bandage. In some shots, he's the one with the bleeding torso. We eventually see Chase and Adams holding him down and medicating him. Adams says he's hallucinating because his liver's failing.
Everyone's back in the office. The theories include liver failure. House wants to talk about why Chase is standing so far away from House. Adams suggests they just all sleep together, along with the seven thousand dollar doll. Taub says the dolls are only five thousand, so Henry must have had Amy customized somehow. Like with an MP3 player? Oh! Or maybe laser eyes! Anyway, everyone stares at Taub for having checked the website. House tentatively endorses the diagnosis of fibrosis and prescribes steroids. He also wants to know how Henry "pimped his ride." That seems like a perfectly logical avenue of investigation, but Taub wants to know why. This is just so House can say, "Because I don't know the answer."
House walks to the elevator. Wilson proposes foosball, but House has a marriage to destroy. Wilson gives up, and House is suspicious. Wilson admits that he thinks House's relationship with Emily is sort of healthy. House says that's passive-aggressive reverse psychology.