House sits back down triumphantly and asks Cuddy how she feels. Cuddy, who still looks wicked sick, says she's feeling better. House opens the window shade since Cuddy no longer has fake photophobia, and she asks House how he figured it out. He says that when the LP was negative, and when Cuddy suddenly started yelling at him (a symptom of mass hysteria), he came up with the mass hysteria theory. I have to say, I'm a little disappointed that people aren't actually sick. Not only do I seriously doubt you can give yourself a rash with the power of your mind, but I feel cheated. But it's not over yet, as House says that the Korean still has a real illness they need to diagnose.
House goes back to the drawing board, or in this case, back to the movie screen. And the AirCottages are back, too! Cuddy asks if they're really necessary. They are. House asks them for suggestions. AirCameron, who is so much better than the real Cameron it's not even funny: "How long 'til we land?" She has her arms crossed and everything. I love her. House asks AirForeman if they're looking at a "clog" or a "leak" in the Korean's brain. "You are talking of toilet?" AirForeman asks. Cuddy's like, "For real? This is ridiculous." Meanwhile, she convinced herself she was dying of meningitis, so... your opinions are no longer valid, Cuddy. Like, ever. I am going to hold this against you for a long time. Cuddy suggests syphilis, but House doesn't think the Korean could score a hot date without speaking the language. Cuddy says that as long as he has a credit card and a condom in Singapore, he can get whatever he wants. "Ew!" says AirCameron. Ah, remember the days when sex was horrifying to the real Cameron, too? Anyway, if the Korean had a condom, then he wouldn't have syphilis, so, wrong again, Cudster.