by Kathy Carberry
House attends a career day at a local school. He makes things interesting and a bit too informative for his young audience. He confides in a boy and girl who have a crush on each other. The girl questions House about a fight that he had with Cuddy. It seems that Cuddy was fed up and threatening to end their relationship because House doesn’t seem to care enough about her. Of course House wants to prove that he really does care, so he steals his girlfriend’s computer. He hopes to find a secret journal that will reveal her true feelings.
He tries to pull some strings in order to get little Rachel into a posh pre-school. When a woman discovers his deceit, he tells her that he did it all because he has to keep Cuddy in his life. She tells him that he must try an unselfish act to win the lady back. House reveals his feelings to Cuddy as only he can, and in a sweet simple gesture buys his own toothbrush instead of using hers again. Hey, whatever works.