The Cottages get ready to do some brain frying. Derek says he's scared, but he's still going to go along with this because he's insane. A nurse who isn't Evil Nurse Brenda administers a muscle relaxant, and I'm still waiting for someone to come in the room and stop this. But no one does. We go to commercial while Foreman zaps Derek's memories away. Unfortunately for Derek, we're only at the forty-minute mark, so I'm thinking this isn't going to be the miracle cure he was hoping for.
When we return, Derek's memories have been wiped, and Foreman reports that his heart sounds good. Well, great. Let's just hope he never falls in unrequited love again since he still doesn't know how to deal with it and will apparently start dying again. This is ridiculous. Cameron sends Derek's brother and Amy into the room and everyone waits to see if he has a heart attack. He doesn't, but Derek's brother seems pretty upset that his own brother doesn't recognize him, although he tries to act positive and hopeful. Amy introduces herself as Derek's "friend." "I'm sorry," Derek rasps, "I don't remember either of you."
The Cottages bring House up to speed, saying that after four rounds of brain-zapping, Derek's memory is gone. They'll give him one last round tomorrow morning and then swing by the courthouse for House's hearing. Except for Cameron, who makes it known that she would rather spend time with Derek Nobrains than attend House's hearing, because she hates House this week. House does not care. Wilson arrives, and House sends the Cottages on their way.
Wilson gives House a present: a red tie to wear to his hearing tomorrow. House shows it off to Voldemort, who wants to make sure it doesn't have any drugs inside it, then thanks Wilson for the gift but doubts it'll help him out any tomorrow. And then House gives Wilson a gift: an apology. Or as close to one as Wilson is going to get: "I had no business blaming you for any of this. I know you were just trying to help me -- protect me. It's what friends do." Wilson can't believe his ears, but encourages House to continue. If he does, we don't see it, as the scene cuts away. I'm glad House finally apologizes to Wilson, but where's the apology to Cuddy?