The first half of Spike Lee’s documentary concluded Monday with New Orleans under water and waiting for help. Some people had acted with immense heroism, rescuing their neighbors; others had looted. In this second half, the wait continues. Conditions at the Superdome and the Convention Center deteriorate. Federal, state and city officials respond sluggishly.
Singers, including Mary J. Blige, Kenny Chesney and Sting, raise awareness for the JC Penney Afterschool Fund that helps establish programs for kids who are left alone after the school day ends. Other performers include Andrea Bocelli; Jon Bon Jovi; Chris Botti; Kenny Chesney; Peter Cincotti; Sara Evans; John Legend; Martina McBride; Renee Olstead; Alejandro Sanz; and 3 Doors Down. Hosted by Phil and Robin McGraw.
House is shot, but that doesn't stop him from working on the vexing case he was handling before the attack. He does, however, have an unusual attitude about it. As for his own case, the surgeon who operated on him was also able to make his leg pain disappear, but House isn't especially grateful. Primarily, he's concerned about what might have been done to his mind.
The wife of a senator goes missing from a gala in her honor, and an FBI agent (Gale Harold) tackles the case, turning up more questions than answers.