Foreman tells House about this while House is in a physical-therapy session, trying to fix the pain in his right shoulder. The physical therapist says that House has been using his cane on the wrong side, and all viewers everywhere who have been complaining about this since the show started airing are temporarily placated. House thinks that Jack's infection has spread to his bones, causing the easy breakage. House also thinks Foreman should prescribe some Vicodin for House. The fact that House asks Foreman to "score" him the drug shows that he has learned absolutely nothing. Foreman will not do this. In between howls of pain from the physical therapist's massage, House manages to tell Foreman to test Jack for osteomyelitis. The physical therapist orders House to rest his shoulder, and to use some "different equipment," taking his cane away.
Oh, snap! House has to put his right arm in a sling and use one of those canes for old people with the four little legs on the bottom! He looks so embarrassed. Cameron laughs at him. Chase is told to stop testing for the food-borne toxins now that Jack has osteomyelitis. Ha! All that garbage-sifting was for nothing. Foreman reads a printout that says Jack is also positive for syphilis, and says that Cameron can stop her test as well. But she's already finished, and is surprised to find that Jack's positive for eikenella. Either one of the tests is wrong, or, House says, Jack is much sicker than they thought. He tells Chase to finish the food toxin test, where Jack comes out positive for botulism. He's positive for everything! "I think this game is rigged," says House. Well, if it's anything like those Whac-A-Mole games at Chuck E. Cheese's, it probably is. And that means they'll never earn enough tickets for that awesome motorbike.
Back from commercial, Foreman explains that they cleared all three infections out of Jack's system, but now he's having seizures. House says that Jack must be immunocompromised, but Chase says that his white blood cell count was normal. Moreover, there's no explanation for the seizures. House guesses drugs; they were stored in his fat cells back in the "good old days" of his drug usage, and now that his barfing has made him lose weight, they're back in his system, not unlike that guy with the termites. Cameron helpfully assists House in putting the sling back over his shoulder, because she cares. (By the way, I love that they gave House a black arm sling and not a white one. Black fits him so much better.) House tells the Cottages to "sweat" some weight off of Jack so that he'll release more drugs into his system and have another seizure. Then they can do a tox screen.