Foreman works out on the heavy bag. Someone named Anita introduces herself, but Foreman tells her to tell Taub to shove off. She claims not to know who Taub is. He tells her he's not interested. She insists that she just moved here. Then she leaves. She's very fit. Foreman calls Taub, who's busy trying to restrain the patient, who's having some sort of Hulk situation, throwing a chair through the glass door to his room. This hospital goes through a lot of glass doors.
Apparently he was hallucinating a bear attack. Have we ruled out the idea that PPTH is home to a lot of invisible bears that never attacked anybody until just now? Never mind. The disagreement between Adams and Park centers on whether the hallucinations are a new thing (Park's theory) or associated with pre-existing paranoia (Adams's theory). Chase pipes up that the whole thing could be psychiatric, which would require him to have dug into his knee himself. But on the plus side, they'd be able to just ship the whole case off to a different department and forget about it. Park insists that it's an infection that has spread to his brain and recommends lots of antibiotics. Adams says that will kill him if it's her theory. House says to treat for Adams's diagnosis, which has the entertaining name of "Gad."
Park follows House to insist that everyone likes her. She says he doesn't even think it's Gad, since he's probably just trying to create more conflict.
House comes home. He looks suspicious, then points a desk lamp at the floor, where he sees a tripwire. He looks around suspiciously and sees a door ajar. He hits the tripwire with his cane. A net flashes out, and Wilson jumps out with duct tape, yelling "Gotcha!" House calls him a poor, dumb bastard, and leads him out. Then House goes into the bathroom, where he discovers that Wilson has disabled the doorknobs. He's trapped. "Touché."
Foreman and Anita make out in the entryway to her apartment. But they're interrupted by a man's voice. She says it's not her boyfriend...but her husband. Out goes Foreman!
The patient's fever is going through the roof, which Park says means it can't be Gad. Adams says they might just have started their treatment too late. On the phone, House says to do more steroids. Park says it could kill him. She rejects his plan! House backs off and says to check for some DNA problems that sound complicated to spell correctly. Adams is outraged, but House says he changed his mind. Then he hangs up, because, as you should have realized, he's still locked in his bathroom at home. Wilson opens the door and, waving a metal detector around, says that there is no gun. But he did find his sunglasses and tennis racket. And his money clip. House wants to go to bed, unless Wilson wants to do a cavity search. He apparently does not. Make up your own joke about fanfic and put it here. I can't do everything for you.