Wilson meets his lawyer, played by still-somehow-married-to-Marg Helgenberger Alan Rosenberg. Wilson says that Shitter is on a crusade and abusing his power. Much like House's lawyer, Alan has little sympathy for Wilson. His advice is to tell the police what they want so that they'll leave Wilson alone. Also, Wilson might want to consult a criminal attorney instead of a divorce lawyer. One redeeming feature of this scene is that Alan told Wilson that he sucks. Ha ha ha! He does, too.
The Cottages look over Jack's file. Chase tries to figure out which section of Jack's file House was looking at when he decided he knew what was wrong with him. Meanwhile, Cameron is wearing what appears to be a t-shirt with a red cross on it. She's covered it up with a vest, though, so don't think she went too crazy. Chase says that his one test with be a blood culture, believing he was on the right track with his guess that Jack had some kind of infection. Foreman's doing an MRI, since he still thinks it's a neurological problem even though House pretty much told him it wasn't. Cameron won't tell anyone what her test will be because she's That Girl. You know, the one who made a wall around her desk out of her Trapper Keeper during test time so that no one could cheat off her paper. Chase and Foreman dog her for playing House's game, but they're doing exactly the same thing, so they don't have much room to talk here.