A lottery winner collapses after being turned down trying to find his lost true love. House and Cuddy face a possible lawsuit at the hands of Arlene for mistreatment and damages for her hip replacement after an argument with Cuddy but House refuses to play by her rules. Wilson tries desperately to play peacemaker and his "keep cool" attitude as mediator between the three is humorous and boasts how much Wilson actually avoids conflict with a grin. The patient develops three types of cancer at once and the team boosts it to give him more so that they can treat. Things are not as they seem when the patient's long lost love arrives but doesn't know certain details about their get together and his friend may have betrayed him. Chase and Foreman try to prove the other is full of crap with Chase claiming to be celibate and Foreman claiming to not be repressed in a rather chuckle inducing scene involving a rigged blood pressure machine in the middle of a differential. Not the best episode of House but certainly an improvement over the past few offerings and hopefully this will be a sign of good things to come. One thing's for sure, House's writers need to change the game in order to keep things interesting because after 7 seasons you can't keep pulling the same stuff.