At the clinic, an Asian boy, Harvey, is waiting to be treated while House is catching a game with a patient and discussing Cameron's return with Wilson . . . and the fact he has to take her on a date. When House comes out he (literally) runs into Harvey, who panics then has a stroke as House tries to apologize (to avoid a legal complaint).
Cameron shows up to the joy of her fellow doctors and is greeted with the new case. She immediately figures out he has a metal plate in his jaw from a prior injury, preventing a MRI. They come up with alternate...
[Shot of squash court, two girls, best friends, playing against each other. After the game, shot of changing room, they are just about to leave.]
Anna (1st girl): I’ll see te tomorrow. Give te another thrashing.
Leah (2nd girl): Yeah, we’ll see about that! (laughs) Need a lift?
Anna: No, I’ll walk home.
Leah: OK. Bye
[Both girls leave at the same time. Leah gets in her car and drives off. Anna is walking in the same direction. Shot of her heart, beating normally. Shot of her walking. Another shot of her heart, now beating erratically. Shot of her vomiting, then collapsing.]
Foreman decided that since he no longer had full access to her records, he'd check on his girlfriend thirteen. Huntingtons did deteriorate the brain so he asked thirteen if she wanted to do it and she detto yes as long as he didnt tell her the results. Wilson came along for help and sopport. The hospital had a particullarly large MRI machine. It would take a lot to break. Foreman and Wilson waited for thirteen to change into a hospital gown. She came into the MRI room with an unhappy look on her face. "Lets get this over with." Foreman, Wilson, and Thirteen went to the machine. when they reached...
House: His name is not Wilson and he's screwed up worse than I am!
Well, his name is Wilson and he's most certainly not as screwed up as House, but then...
How screwed up is Wilson?
I don't think we get to really see this side of Wilson until the episode with that quote I just used, "House vs God". Almost two complete seasons into the mostra and only then we get to see Wilson's screwed-up-ness exactly as it is. Why did the writers take so long to introduce such an important feature of such an important character? Did it occur to them only just then that Wilson should be this way? I don't think so....