House asks 13 why she did the test when he told 26 to do it, but he doesn't bother listening to 26's answer. Then he assigns 10, 24, and 39 to do a test for hypothyroidism. 2 protests that that could cause another heart attack. House says it would be awesome if that happened, since it would mean the thyroid was the problem.
39 shoots Pilot up with some hormones to stimulate her thyroid. He tells her not to worry if she gets flushed or starts to sweat, as it will mean her thyroid is working. Or that she's having another heart attack and is about to be set on fire again. Ever-trusting, Pilot just nods. 39 adds that he can also remove the mole on Pilot's neck, as he is a plastic surgeon. Way to blow your own horn there, 39. My dermatologist can get rid of a mole. You aren't so special. Maybe you should focus on the slightly more obvious gigantic burns right next to said mole. "I'm fine with the way I look," Pilot says. But 39 keeps going, accusing Pilot of jerking them around with all these restrictions. 10 loudly tells the room that Pilot's pulse is 120 and warns 39 to stop "pushing" Pilot. Anne lets it slip that they broke into Pilot's home. For some odd reason, Pilot is upset at this. She starts seeing things, then goes psychotic. "This is not a normal response to the test," Anne duhs. Pilot runs away.
House finds the three Numbers outside the hospital chapel, in which Pilot has barricaded herself. House is more upset about the fact that they interrupted his time with Judge Judy than the fact that they made their patient go crazy. House says he's too crippled to help them get her out, but 39 says if they break the door down, it's going to be hard to keep hiding Pilot from PPTH. House suggests extortion. 10's attempt: "If you don't open this door, we're gonna break it down." No reaction. 10 tries again: "If you don't open this door, you're going to die." "Go away!" Pilot yells. 39 tries: "Open up, or I blab your secret to everyone." Wasn't the threat of that what made Pilot go crazy in the first place? It has the opposite effect this time, but first, House sees Cameron looking blonde and strolling around the lobby in slow motion. And folks, she is wearing quite a vest today, I'm sure I don't have to tell you. Pilot chooses this moment to erupt from the chapel, distracting House and taking us away from Cameron and the ridiculous "walk of an angel" theme music she's been given. Anne sedates Pilot, which means she doesn't have any sedative left in the needle for when Cuddy walks by and asks what's going on.