Back in the examining room, Elizabeth Mitchell is wheezing like Keith Richards running an obstacle course. Which would be kind of awesome to see. House listens through his stethoscope and informs her that she's having an asthma attack; he tells her to calm down. Easier said than done when Dr. Painkiller is about to administer his second treatment of the teaser. House gives her an epinephrine injection, and we get a CGI look at the drug traveling through her bloodstream, as well as a couple of shots of different organs. Given the screechy accompanying sound effects, said shots were probably meant to make scare me, but all they're doing is making me hungry. What can I say? Computer-generated guts look delicious. House asks if Elizabeth Mitchell took the pill and, on hearing an affirmative, says she must be allergic to the medication. He says he'll give her steroids instead. Elizabeth Mitchell asks if her heart should be feeling so funny. House explains that epinephrine is adrenaline, so her heart should be going faster. When he takes her pulse, though, he says, "Not this fast." Thanks, House, but the heartbeat of the scared rabbit on the soundtrack kind of clued us in. House asks The Nun Who Cried Stigmata to get a nurse, and she exits and calls for help. House lies Elizabeth Mitchell down as a nurse enters. House tells her to charge up a defibrillator, since Elizabeth Mitchell has no pulse. And if we didn't already think House was an iconoclast, here he is touching a nun's boobs. CPR, shmee-PR.
Wow, cool credits. Seriously.