The interns take the biggest test of their careers, their first-year medical exams, as the residents attend to three injured mountain climbers. Meanwhile Callie's suspicions of George and Izzie grow, and Cristina struggles to write her wedding vows.
Off-track betting gambler Anica (guest star Cynthia Nixon) collapses in front of House while they're both following horse races at the site. Confused by her symptoms and what he witnessed after she collapsed, he instructs medics to take her to Princeton Plainsboro and takes her case. After the team discovers she's been seeing a number of doctors for a variety of supposed illnesses, everyone but House thinks it's Munchausen's, a disease that causes people to fake symptoms for the medical attention. House butts heads over Anica's medical care with his former team member and current supervisor Dr. Foreman. Standing by the Munchausen's diagnosis, Foreman sends Anica home over House's objections. Convinced she is legitimately ill, House draws a confession out of Anica that may save her life.
Dale, the aspiring rocker with the unstable family life, is picked up as a runaway, while Jeff, the good student, is arrested for firing a BB gun.
Janeway may finally have an ally in the Sikarans, whose peaceful, advanced ways mirror those of Voyager. But when the Sikarans' own version of the Prime Directive forbids their sharing of technology that could get Voyager home quickly, unlikely allies in the crew plot to take it anyway.
This week the ten remaining girls learn about effective communication when they split into two teams for a formal debate. The catch is that there are five people on each team, but there's only room on a debate squad for four. Each team must bench one member, and that member will be vulnerable for expulsion even if their team wins the debate. Of course, no one wants to be benched, and one girl storms off when she gets out-voted. The girls surprise everyone with their reasoned, yet passionate, debate. When the debate coach declares the winner, his decision sparks a knock-down, drag-out shouting match between Mo and her students. After that scene, the girls need to blow off some steam so they make a stop at a local bar where they let loose and get wild. When one girl criticized another's behavior, everything they learned in debate class goes out the window, and soon fists are flying. At the expulsion ceremony that night, it's anyone guess who's going home.
While Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital is rife with rumor and speculation about House's imminent date with Cameron, House apparently scares a meek clinic patient into having a stroke. The team must navigate their way through the patient's odd proclivities, overbearing "friend" and reluctant parents in order to stop the strokes and try to save the guy's life. All the while, Wilson, Cuddy and the team offer House dating advice and lay odds on the outcome.
Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross) unexpectedly proposes to Aaron (guest star Richard T. Jones), but when he stumbles on his response, Joan decides the relationship is over and walks away. Meanwhile Maya (Golden Brooks) and Darnell (Khalil Kain) find their dream house, but when Darnell gets a chance to buy the garage, he must decide which purchase to make. Later, Joan runs into her old boyfriend Brock (guest star Malik Yoba), who tells her he made a mistake by letting her go and announces his intention to marry her now. Joan agrees to go away with Brock for a weekend in Catalina, but Maya (Golden Brooks) and Lynn (Persia White) decide it’s time to intervene.
Father Abel Nightroad escorts Sister Esther to Rome, where she meets Lady Caterina Sforza. While there she also meets William Walter Wordsworth, Father Havel, and Sister Noelle Bor, who all do their part to welcome her into the AX. While lost on the grounds, she encounters a young boy crying, who later turns out to be Pope Alessandro. With this being her introduction into the ways of the AX, has Sister Esther gotten herself into more than she can handle?
Dietrich, the Puppet Master, seizes control of the Inquisition air ships and turns them against the city, while at the same time sending a monstrous new type of undead assassin against Caterina. Abel, Esther, Ion, and a reluctant Petro race to head off the threat...even as the traitor Radu prepares to end Ion's mission of peace once and for all.
Pope Alessandro finds temporary refuge among the workers of the Underground Ghetto as the members of A.X., the Inquisition and the rebel terrorists all race to find him. But the Rosen Kreuz Order lurks in the shadows, ready to exploit the Albion crisis for its own sinister purposes.
After receiving a telepathic pick-me-up from Layla, Manabu is determined to regain his position with the crew of Big One. A criminal's master plan is revealed as SDF HQ is under assault. With all trains dispatched across the galaxy, can anything be done to thwart the destruction of the galaxy's prime peacekeeping force?
Manabu is confused when Louis tries to back out of their newly assigned mission: to guard President Drake of the Clarious Stellar Cluster. While on board the Dignity, Drake's posh VIP train, Manabu discovers the real reason that Louis didn't want to accept the mission. But personal issues are set aside when the deadly Secret Cyber Servicemen try to assassinate the President!
Louis is badly injured from the Alfort Fleet onslaught. As each precious minute passes without proper treatment, Louis' life slips away. The risk of a crewmember's life is of no concern to Ivanov, and he orders Big One to focus on finding a way back to Destiny Station. Captain Bulge disobeys Ivanov's command and orders Sirius Platoon to do everything in their power to save Louis. But something is amiss; another crewmember has been fatally wounded! They have selflessly hidden their severe injury to divert all medical attention to Louis. Will Louis make it? And who has sacrificed themselves to ensure Louis' recovery?
The Quests stumble across a mine manned by enslaved workers overseen by a crippled owner and his trained pterodactyl.
The Quest group discovers the source of a swamp's pollution - a hidden missile factory.
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