House suspects an emergency room patient has a bigger problem then the E.R. initially diagnosed based on the fact that the patient is too nice. A skeptical House questions the patient’s sunny disposition as the team tries to get to the bottom of his illness, but disagrees with House that niceness is a symptom. Meanwhile, House and Amber are at odds about how much time they each get to spend with Wilson, and Cuddy demands House give his team performance reviews.
When Monk witnesses a Chinese gang murder, he becomes a federal witness under the protective custody of old friend Agent Grooms. Grooms takes Monk, along with Natalie and Captain Stottlemeyer, to a remote FBI cabin in the woods. On the way to the hideaway, they meet Martin and Kathy Willowby, who live in a cabin not far from the one where Monk is staying.
Raylan's hunt for his stolen money leads to a confrontation with a bareknuckle brawler; while Boyd and Ava face a decision that threatens to destroy them.
Jim Brockmire is back. Years after his epic meltdown, sports announcer Brockmire is brought in to call games for a minor league team.
There's more than one Observer! When one of the series' mysterious Observers kidnaps a woman, the Fringe team is called in to investigate why. But while the course of their investigation not only reveals the private lives of the Observers, it also threatens to unearth Walter's clandestine involvement with them years before – a secret he's desperate to keep from his son, Peter. As destiny is irrevocably rewritten and time is running out, the renegade Observer asks for help from the unlikeliest of sources…Walter Bishop.
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