Chase chats with the rat/squirrel mascot, who also could possibly be a cat. Honestly, I've seen better mascot costumes at a junior high soccer game. The mascot tells Chase that the week's garbage has been separated into different bins for different days, thereby giving Ralphy's Rumpus, for all its other faults, the most organized trash disposal system I've ever seen. Most places just toss bags into a bin until it's full and move on to the next one, but not Ralphy's! Jack's barfing day's trash is covered with flies. Chase asks for a volunteer to help him sort, but none is forthcoming.
Uh oh. Cameron has to sit in on Wilson's patient exams and listen to their sob stories. This isn't going to work out well for anyone concerned. Cancer Beth complains that her new medication is making her feel nauseated and weak, and that she wants to go back to her old medicine, but Wilson claims that she's "doing so much better" on the new medicine even though she's telling him she doesn't feel much better at all and doesn't even have the energy to spend time with her daughter. You'll be spending a lot less time with your daughter if you die of cancer, Beth. Cancer Beth and her Cancer Makeup suddenly resent Cameron's presence in the room. Cancer Beth freaks out, thinking that the reason Wilson needs another doctor in the room is because he got her meds wrong. So now Shitter's actions are causing undue stress to young mothers with cancer. Even if House were the evil drug dealer Shitter wants to convict him of being, would this really be worth it?
Foreman does an LP on Jack while Kama watches. Will is at school, but Kama claims that there was a teacher's-in-service at her school today. (Teacher's-in-service days rule almost as much as snow days, by the way.) Kama offers to help, and Foreman has her push Jack's knees towards his chest while he does the LP. "That's all nurses do?" Kama manages to get out before she is tackled by Evil Nurse Brenda and run through with a sharpened IV pole. Don't disparage her work, Kama. Foreman says that House doesn't trust nurses to do much else, like Foreman's such a trustworthy guy himself. Kama asks Foreman if Jack is going to die. Foreman says that no one's going to die. "No one in the world ever? That's so great," says Kama. Dead parents have made her snarky beyond her years. Kama says she knows that bad things can happen, seeing as her parents totally died in a drunk-driving accident. She'd just like to have some warning before they do. Foreman assures Kama that they are nowhere near her brother's dying. Oh, except for just now when Foreman tries to roll Jack over and in doing so breaks his rib.