A killer with a number of identities leads the authorities on a baffling chase through the South; the Behavioural Analysis Unit has a tricky job on their hands as they attempt to profile the man beneath the rapidly changing exterior.
House splits his applicants into two teams and orders them to diagnose a disabled man suffering from fainting spells. Meanwhile, a suicidal patient in the clinic challenges House's beliefs about the afterlife.
House treats a fighter pilot, whose confused vision and hearing causes her to hallucinate. Meanwhile, he begins the process of whittling down 40 applicants to become his new team.
House is recruited by the CIA to treat one of their agents in a secret facility. Meanwhile, Foreman has trouble managing the applicants in their efforts to treat a racing-car driver who collapsed following a race.
House is bemused to encounter a patient with no memory, who mimics the personalities of everybody he meets. Foreman returns to the hospital to supervise the applicants, leading to a battle of wills between House and Cuddy.
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