Another week, another puzzling case that House ends up solving in the end. Caterpillar juice. Mmm tasty. But hey, it's better than death, right?
With House sequestered by the CIA to solve the case of the Brazilian Nut eating spy, Foreman was left in charge to lead the Fellow candidates through a puzzling case of their own.
Most fans of the show have been wondering how long it would be before they would start weeding out more candidates. Well with the revelation that Brennan purposely poisoned the patient in order to get a false positive (so he could treat according to his diagnosis of Polio), House forced him to quit shrinking the group by one again. But why would House, who himself breaks rules in order cure patients, be so hypocritical? Or is he being hypocritical at all?
Of course what I'm really wondering is what's up with the cute CIA girl quitting her job to work with House? I guess work is more exciting when your boss is a chauvinistic and sarcastic jerk who saves lives.