By the time Wilson and House arrive at the sister's home, she's out. Wilson finds it odd that she'd run out and do errands just after hearing about her brother's death, but it does give Wilson and House time to talk. House, wearing Wilson's hunting cap, asks if Cuddy brought a new house yet. Wilson says no, and asks if House is okay about it all. House says he is. "Are you really okay?" Wilson asks. "NO!" House barks; "I am not okay. Not even close." Well, I'd have more sympathy for him if I didn't suspect that part of his desire for Cuddy has to do with the fact that she's with someone else. Wilson congratulates House on being honest and sincere about his feelings for once, and then the sister arrives home.
Inside her house (as she apparently let two strange men she's never met before inside because she's an idiot), she launches into a long and boring story about her relationship with her brother, which was a rocky one until the death of their parents, who apparently both died at the same time. I hope they didn't also die in a car accident. If so, then the sister is insane to drive anywhere after hearing that her brother has joined her parents in a premature motor vehicle-related death. Wilson starts in with the organ donation arm-twisting, but Sister cuts him off, saying that if she agrees to donate her brother's liver, then his body will be defiled and that's bad for whatever religion they believe in. "It will save my patient's life," Wilson says, not adding that said life is currently in danger because Wilson decided to pump it full of chemo. House comes through with the argument that can convince Sister to do the right thing for both Tucker and her brother. First, he calls her an idiot. Then, he says that they can arrange it so that Brother doesn't donate his entire liver after death, but donates a part of it while alive, thus allowing his body to remain un-defiled. Way to find the loophole in the religious doctrine, House! Sister likes this very much, but it turns out that her little run to Target for some shampoo has sealed Tucker's fate: Wilson gets a page saying that thanks to the delay, Brother's liver is no longer viable for transplant. Wait, so Brother wasn't hooked up to machines to keep him alive all this time? Then why were they arguing for a live donation at all? Oh, well. At least we killed a few minutes. And now House doesn't have to be nice to Sister at all, so he accuses her of killing Tucker and leaves. What a great day Sister is having!