8/7c - When an organic farmer is found murdered, and later found to be a philanderer, the team ends up investigating a double-homicide.
9/8c - Booth and Brennan investigate the mummified remains of teenagers found in the Halloween maze at a local amusement park.
8/7c - After a neurologist is found poisoned in a pool, Detectives Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) learn that she was performing research on a woman who's been in a vegetative state for six years -- and evidence points to suspects who include the comatose woman's son, husband (as Mark, guest star TBA) and the victim's young assistant. But the case assumes a new dimension when the investigators discover an embezzled trust fund -- plus the fact that the victim was experimenting with communicating with such vegetative patients.
9/8c - Bad-breeding and brooding on a tony horse farm result in a bloody murder of an attractive veteranarian who began to question curious drug use surrounding her equine patients -- but Detectives Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) lay their ears back when they uncover a barn full of sexually active stable mates who appear to be smuggling illegal drugs in their animals. Goren, in particular, seizes on the jealousy and class rivalries between the rich owners and the married couple who work for them.
8/7c - Princeton Plainsboro goes on lockdown after a newborn disappears from the nursery. House is trapped with an inquisitive patient, Foreman and Taub are sealed in the records room, Wilson and Thirteen play Truth or Dare, and Chase is locked in with a familiar face.
9/8c - Sir William, who dwells in an isolated community of people living in a medieval style, is stricken ill and the team must check the village for environmental factors. Thirteen is intrigued by the patient's archaic standards of honor. Meanwhile, Wilson tries to reconcile with one of his ex-wives.