The test results are back, and it looks like Victoria has meningitis, which means that she definitely doesn't. House tells them to put her in isolation and start her on meningitis drugs. Either she'll get better or die.
The Cottages enter Victoria's room, only to find that she's not there. "Oh my god! She was sedated!" Cameron says. Yes, Cameron, and you are calling attention to your bosom by wearing a low-cut top. Fortunately, Victoria left them a bunch of cartoons to assist in their search for her. Unfortunately, it looks like she drew them on the wall. I like her decision to give Foreman's scrubs cutoff sleeves, however.
Wilson and Foreman yell at each other again, this time in Cuddy's office. Wilson doesn't see how Victoria could walk anywhere with ten milligrams of Haldol in her system. Foreman says that's what he injected her with just a half-hour before she disappeared. Cuddy says that none of this is important right now, since Victoria is on the streets with highly contagious meningitis. If she spreads it around, the hospital will get sued all over the place. "She'll be dead before she can kill anybody," Wilson says, which I guess is supposed to make Cuddy feel better. Chase enters and says he checked out the security tape, and Victoria is on it stealing clothes and escaping the hospital. Foreman grabs a jacket that he probably stole, seeing as he lost his previous one, to go out and find Victoria himself using Mr. Fury's address and the rave location they found her at as a clue. Cuddy tells him to just call the police and let them take care of it. As for House, he has work to do.
Shirt 'N Tie guesses some medical condition that starts with the letter "C." House is displeased to find that Shirt 'N Tie is going through his book of medical conditions and making her guesses in alphabetical order, and the one she guessed starts with "CAC," so she has a long way to go. Meanwhile, Low-Cut Top wants to know why House is wearing a pin on his blazer. Not the sharpest scalpel in the drawer, is Low-Cut Top. House says the pin makes his eyes look pretty, and enters the patient's room. He asks her how she screwed up her wrist. She says she swatted at a bird while she was riding a ferris wheel. It just so happens that House has a picture of a ferris wheel on the back of his folder and that pin of his is in the shape of a bird. Looks like our patient has herself some Kaiser Sozeitis. The med students are aghast that at the patient's obvious lie, and that her lies are so ridiculous and bad that even Wilson can do it better. House calls them out into the hall and explains that the patient has Korsakoff syndrome. Her brain has been damaged by either too much alcohol or a lack of food (in her case, it looks like the latter), so she can't make any new memories. So it's more like Guy From Mementoitis. Her brain "fills the gaps" by using visual clues, such as the horse insignia on Shirt 'N Tie's shirt and the beach picture on Low-Cut Top's clipboard. I'm surprised she didn't say she hurt her wrist during a bra-fastening accident when she was talking to Low-Cut. The students point out that Korsakoff doesn't even with the letter C. House says he never told them it did, and that they should give her some thiamine and cake. Anything else? Low-Cut Top asks House if he really had to be so cruel to his patient, who is now crying. So House returns to the room, says hello to the patient, and asks what happened to her wrist. "There was this weird old guy, he had a cane..." she starts. House says it would appear that he is forgiven by virtue of being forgotten.