Wilson wakes up in his hospital bed. House is there, although this time it's less about moral support and more about being right that Tucker was a self-important jerk after all. Wilson says he doesn't regret what he did, although he does admit to feeling "disappointed" in Tucker. House calls him a wimp and tells him to get angry for once. As soon as he's out of the room, Wilson picks up his phone and calls Bonnie.
Cut to a now-healed Wilson and House entering a very nice and spacious loft. It has plenty of space for both of their things and personalities, and Wilson knows what Cuddy bid on it so he'll be able to outbid her and steal the place out from under her. I guess that property owner who held out for a better offer was right after all. Very shrewd of her. "She hurt my friend. She should be punished," Wilson says, not realizing that he's probably doing Cuddy a favor by making her wait to move in with Lucas. House says he's proud of Wilson for getting mad at someone. Even if it is on the behalf of his friend who usually treats him like crap. House asks Wilson what he's going to say to Cuddy when she finds out about this. Wilson thinks he can avoid that from ever happening by changing their address to a PO Box. "A problem delayed is a problem denied," he says. That's probably the same advice he gives to his cancer patients, which is why things turn out so badly for them.