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When Death Row inmate Clarence mysteriously and suddenly collapses after hallucinating, House jumps at the chance to take the case for its difficulty and because it's "cool." Dr. Cameron refuses to treat the patient in protest and feels they should treat a cancer patient because she's more deserving, raising the question: is one life more important than another?
Andie, a 9-year-old terminal cancer patient, is brought in after suffering from a hallucinogenic episode. Wilson convinces House to take the case, but he and his team struggle to diagnose what caused the hallucination.
When Cuddy's handyman Alfredo, a young Latino and the sole provider for his family, falls from her roof and develops strange darkened pinkies, Cuddy joins the team in trying to figure out what's wrong with him.
When Dr. Sebastian Charles, renowned physician and head of an international organization to fight the spread of tuberculosis among the poor in Africa, is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital after collapsing, he immediately determines all the symptoms are from TB. Dr. House has a different opinion and requests additional tests to help determine the cause of his illness.
When recent college graduate Carnell drops at a graduation party from internal shocks, he is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Hospital. With his father Ken at his bedside, it becomes apparent the two have not been truthful with each other in their lives and their major trust issues affect how the medical team gets the information it needs to help solve Carnell's case.
When a famous professional cyclist is brought in after collapsing during a race, House doesn't want to treat him because he thinks he's lying about doing drugs. But when the patient is forthcoming about taking all sorts of performance enhancers and blood-doping drugs, House is definitely intrigued.
Kalvin, a gay man with full-blown AIDS, confronts House in front of his home, demands that House figure out what's causing his illness - besides HIV or AIDS - and collapses at his feet.
Kayla, mother of two young girls, doubles over with stomach pain during her children's talent show and is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Six months later, Dr. Chase and Dr. House are being counseled by Stacy in preparation for a disciplinary hearing aimed at determining if either Chase or House made a mistake that ultimately led to Kayla's death and her family's subsequent lawsuit.
Off-track betting gambler Anica collapses in front of House while they're both following horse races at the site. Confused by her symptoms and what he witnessed after she collapsed, he instructs medics to take her to Princeton Plainsboro and takes her case.
Journalist Fletcher Stone collapses at his editor's retirement party and hits his head on a table. When he comes to, his sentences don't make sense, and he is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Since House and Stacy are out of town defending House's Medicaid billings, the team struggles to solve the case on its own.
Margo, a young housewife on fertility medication, is brought to Princeton Plainsboro Hospital when her inexplicable muscle flailing causes her to crash her car.
When a young man comes into the hospital severely burned, but with some unusual activity going on in his blood tests, House and his team have a difficult challenge. How can you diagnose a burn victim when you are unable to use your normal testing methods?
House and his team work to treat a teenage supermodel for heroin addiction and, in the process, uncovers a startling secret about the girl.
When Henry experiences a seizure but is not aware of it while it's happening, House takes on the case. The team's differential diagnosis points to a bacterial infection, but Henry suffers a heart attack before the treatment for his infection is able to work, prompting the need for a heart transplant.
House and his team take on a new patient, Bob, who comes to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital after suffering from a breathing attack while role-playing in the bedroom with his wife. All the symptoms point to heavy metal poisoning, but the tests do not.
6 months after a teenage girl crushes her chest in a car accident and receives a heart transplant she goes into anaphylactic shock in her clean room bedroom after her boyfriend visits.
It's poker night at Princeton Plainsboro when the hospital hosts an oncology benefit. A 6-year-old boy is brought in exhibiting symptoms that aren't too unusual; however, when House learns of additional specifics, he jumps on the case right away.
A young woman, Hannah, hasn't been able to sleep for 10 days. She's brought in after she downed an entire bottle of sleeping pills and still didn't fall asleep. Meanwhile, Cameron accuses Foreman of stealing a medical journal article she wrote, which Foreman denies.
When 15-year-old faith healer, Boyd, is admitted and claims he can talk to God, House takes the case. House thinks the kid is a clever con until the boy touches one of Wilson's cancer patients and causes her cancer to go into remission.
A police officer is admitted in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head and symptoms that include unexplained giddiness.
The police officer is dead, and Foreman continues to experience the same dire progression of symptoms: blindness, muscle contractions and excruciating pain. Foreman realizes he very well may be facing death and tries to make amends in his life.
When young mother, Kara, has a seizure while bathing her child, it causes the near drowning of her newborn son. Unable to determine the cause of Kara's seizures, House and the team race to find what's wrong with her while simultaneously trying to bring her infant back to life.
A 16-year-old female Hurricane Katrina victim suffering from hallucinations about the tragedy is brought to House by his ex-bandmate, Crandall.
As House and his team work on the diagnosis of Vince, a man with a giant swollen tongue, disgruntled former patient Jack Moriarty walks into House's office and shoots him.