Credits concluded, House enters the classroom looking thoroughly bored with medicine and life as he eats the lunch he stole from Wilson. The Numbers present him with potential cases. He dismisses them all for stupid reasons because the case he really wants is "Speed Racer," who is Random Guy's contribution. Random Guy explains that they have a woman with seizures and vision and hearing problems. House is only interested in what kind of car the patient drives, which Cole can't believe even though this is exactly the kind of thing he should know to expect from House at this point. Foreman can't believe House wants to take a case that looks like simple dehydration and heat stroke. And then some guy in a suit enters the room and asks for "Dr. House." The last time this happened, House got shot, so he wisely lies that he isn't House. Too bad, the man has a picture of him and wants to talk in private. Foreman and the Numbers all look smug for some reason. Maybe together they were able to amass the balls to report House to the medical ethics board. House leaves Foreman in charge ("I know," Foreman says with arrogance he doesn't really deserve to have), tells the Numbers to come up with some diagnoses, and leaves the room. PS immediately guesses the guy in the suit was a cop, to which 13 says he wasn't "packing." This sets off some guesses from CTB and Kumar as to 13's mysterious identity. They wonder if her father was a cop or a security guard. If I cared, I would guess grocery store bagboy. They know a lot about packing.
In the hall, we find out that the guy in the suit is a CIA agent, and he needs House's help because one of their "employees" just returned from an assignment and is sick, possibly from an assassination attempt like what happened to that guy in England. They just don't shoot people in the back of the head like they used to. House replies to this with the first of what will be his many lewd comments throughout this episode by asking the guy when he's going to start the CIA stripper dance and take off his pants. CIA guy assures him this is a not a joke and tells House to come with him if he wants to see proof.
House returns to the classroom, where the Numbers tell him their differentials for Casey. Foreman still thinks it's simple heat stroke. House grabs his coat and tells them to do a bunch of expensive tests on Casey, promising he'll be back in forty-five minutes. CIA guy brings him to PPTH's helipad, where he shows House some impressive proof: a big, black helicopter. Just like in those conspiracy theories!