8/7c - A girl is admitted to the hospital with smallpox, and the CDC institutes a lockdown. The doctor in charge forbids House's team from diagnosing, but Masters believes he has an ulterior motive.
9/8c - A patient is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro after reenacting the Crucifixion. Meanwhile House and the team attend a wedding, Wilson's relationship with Sam unexpectedly changes, and Taub questions his wife's relationship with a member of her infidelity support group.
8/7c - Monk reluctantly adopts a dog while looking into the suspicious disappearance of its owner.
9/8c - To woo the lone holdout on a police reinstatement committee, Monk accompanies Lt. Disher and the man’s troublesome son on a camping trip where nature isn’t the only thing to fear.
8/7c - The murder of a baby turns out to be a mercy killing because she had a rare, fatal, and
horribly debilitating disease.
9/8c - A triple homicide resulting from a robbery at a video store turns into a complicated investigation when it is discovered that the “accidental” murders were designed to silence a six-year-old who was sexually abused.