Park and Taub look at the MRI results. Park admits that she's had a dream about Taub and his reaction is acceptable flattered for her.
Dominika and House are at a shooting range. Bang! Bang! She's a good shot, thanks to her history. House gets a beeper message that the MRI was blank, which he points out is not the same thing as proof that there's nothing there. Dominika wants to talk about the Higgs-Boson particle. This is to show us that she's smart.
Lue tells his grandfather that his doctors say his brain is sick. The grandfather tells him that he's angered their ancestors by ignoring them. He has Lue cross his arms, close his eyes and ask forgiveness. The evil spirits are in the air and the only way to stop them is by stopping the air. Grandfather holds one hand over Lue's nose and grabs his neck with the other. He promises this will help. Of course, this isn't really happening. Lue wakes up and tells Taub that his grandfather was choking him. And he's got bruises on his neck!
Taub reports to House that Lue had the dream and then had the bruising. House flips those: he got the bruises and that resulted in the dream. Chase insists that the dream doesn't mean anything. House goes on about Park's dreams. House proposes liver failure, and Adams tries out patic fibrosis. Biopsy time!
The mother is in the room with Adams and Taub while they do the biopsy. She says that none of the diagnoses have been accurate yet.
Park tells Chase that the test results are back and he calls her on avoiding eye contact. Which is kind of her main character trait, so I don't know why we're making such a big deal out of it in this episode. He says that the dreams just show that she likes him more than he likes her, which is no big deal. She calls him an egotist, then busts this out: "Because anyone who hasn't gotten wet from your petri dish of STDs clearly has low self-esteem!" He calls her a bitch and she calls him a dick. They kiss! Then she shoves him down on the couch and rips off his shirt. Then Chase wakes up on the couch. Park is telling him the biopsy's ready. The way he's lying on the couch, it would be immediately clear if this dream were getting to him. I'm just saying.
Adams tells the mother that the biopsy was negative. "So once again, you don't know what's wrong," she sneers. Everyone's called to the patient's room, where Lue is clearly levitating over his bed. I mean, there's a sheet over him, but it's still a levitation scenario. He drops to the bed before they can get to him. I should mention that the grandfather is standing next to the bed, but don't let that affect your guesses about what's actually happening.