When the co-creator of a social networking application is found dead, Lightman tries to prove that her partner was the one who committed the crime.
Foster’s former patient, one of the founders of a social-networking app, comes to the Lightman Group when she thinks she’s being squeezed out by her partner. When she turns up dead a short time later, Lightman fights against the prevailing evidence to expose the truth behind the murder.
The Lightman Group investigates the death of the founder of a social network.
Marshall packs his bags for a witness escort out of state, leaving Mary behind in Albuquerque with FBI agent Mike Faber (Steven Weber), who's in town with a federal witness in need of protection from the Russian mob. Natalie Vickers (Alexandra Lydon) was once a part of a mortgage scam in Los Angeles, but now she's under Mary and Faber's watch.
Archer and Naomi grow romantically closer, while Addison suspects her brother is up to his old tricks.
Archer sleeps with Charlotte and rather than facing Naomi, he flies to New York and leaves Addison to pick up the pieces; Naomi and Addison have a newborn patient that is born a hermaphrodite and the parents can't decide what course of action to take; Violet leads a couples' therapy group with Sheldon that illuminates their issues.
Archer and Naomi grow romantically closer!
The team takes on the case of a 16-year-old factory manager who fell ill when her lungs suddenly filled with fluid while at work. The teenager informs House and team that she is an emancipated minor living on her own and supporting herself, and has ever since her parents passed away. The team begins treatment for suspected heart problems, but when Kutner chooses to sympathize with the patient rather than follow House's directions, he and the team find out the hard way that the girl may not be telling them the truth. Meanwhile, Foreman asks for House's permission to work on a clinical trial and House rejects his proposal. In an effort to prove himself capable of working without House's supervision, Foreman takes on his own pediatric case. But when the unexplained illness brings the child to the brink of death, Foreman is left questioning his ability to work free from House's custody in the "Emancipation" episode of House.
A parentless teenager falls mysteriously ill and Foreman takes on a case of his own free from House's supervision.
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