This episode "body & soul" was kind of disappointing from a skeptical perspective. First of all it featured a boy having dreams of a hag suffocating him, but there was no mention of hypnagogia in the whole episode, or any reference to this being a common vision during sleep paralysis. (even if it was not the diagnosis it should have been brought up and mentioned in passing)
Secondly it featured a boy speaking a language he'd never heard (Hmong), and more unbelievably levitating from his bed in full view of 4 or 5 doctors. House offers suggests the boy was speaking gibberish and the only Hmong speaker in the room was "translating" simply what he wanted to hear. For the levitation he simply implied it was a parlor trick and gave no mechanism.
There's also a question from House's wife, something like "If you can believe in dark matter why can't you believe in demons, you can't see the Higgs boson but you believe in that". This goes UNANSWERED
Both events were left unexplained by the end of the episode.
At the end the boy receives 2 treatments at the same time, 1 is a kind of exorcism, the other a drug for a condition that is a billion to one shot which fit his symptoms but was never confirmed. He recovers. His mother is converted from skepticism.
I was left kind of frustrated by this episode.