Really enjoyed this episode. I wasn't sold on 13 last season--I thought Amber was much more interesting and should have been the pick--but I'm really warming to her this season. I'm intrigued by the Huntington's angle, and think it's kind of a risky move to have her grappling with it.
I felt so bad for her when she finally opened up and let herself get close to the girl, only to find out in the end the other woman wasn't in the same boat she was in.
The House/Wilson stuff was excellent. They're going to be side by side at a nursing home together one day in matching rocking chairs, still arguing.