Aired 13 years ago - May 29, 2007
A Cuban couple attempt to get to America by raft... to see House about the wife's heart condition. But when she gets worse House wonders if someone on his staff messed up. Meanwhile Foreman prepares to leave and his departure threatens to shake up the entire team.
Rheumatic fever would
explain the skin rash.
So what doesn't Castro know?
- Then you'll just lie.
- He'd see through it.
Right, and then you said
we should do something productive,
You're frustrated with Foreman,
so you lash out, kick the dog?
If you know what's on the pet scan,
call me back.
A clot means a heart problem.
We have to do an emergency angiogram.
No. But it is amazingly cool.
Help! I'm trapped inside a monitor!
And her foot pain, her back pain.
He needs to wait outside.
I look you up. You fix people.
I can't find my wallet.
Pick it up. Turn it over.
I'm not telling her husband anything
until I can tell him why his wife...
I will miss you.
If he pulls the plug,
it means he's failed.
You were right too.
When do you plan on telling the husband
it's time to say good-bye to his wife?
If you want to say good-bye,
you can come down to the ICU,
Just 'cause it's not there
now doesn't mean it's gone.
The time we looked inside,
we stopped before we could see anything.
Si. Lo es.
Either I'm right,
or this test is about to go very bad.
Case you couldn't solve.
You now have a bigger office than I do.
Aired 13 years ago - May 15, 2007
House treats a 16-year-old chess prodigy who gets everyone on the team annoyed with his behavior. Foreman is upset with House because he thinks his boss sabotaged his job interview with another hospital.
Besides the dreams of running my tongue
along my french teacher's breasts?
The pain's not limited to his head.
Er gave him ibuprofen for
the pain. Useless r this pain.
Because I hated him.
It was one of the other petty,
socially repressed asses I work for.
Were you planning on doing something?
New research showsthat a chemical
component in the mushrooms can be-
You can't get me stoned,then
not close the deal.
He's mad at me.
and cut somethingout
of my brain? No way.
Yes-also,we needto figure out how symptoms
yesterdaycan be caused by liver failure today.
Need to seehow your liver
processes the proteins.
you authorizemagic mushrooms.
Well,I realizeI got burnt.
I'm not too worriedabout that.
a psychic once told methat I'm psychic.
Not a problem. You can take him.
chem panel and urinalysis confirms the
bloody urine was caused by kidney failure.
If he had tuberculosis, it
wouldn'tbe his fault either.
or you're lying to me.
I think you sabotaged foreman
just to sabotage foreman.
His vegetarian dietcould have
limited the purines in his system,
You know,it's a real thin
line between tortured genius
You can pin my queen.
I hate this kid.
And you can't hate himif he's a victim-
He needsa bone marrow transplant.
so it's readyfor a marrow transplant.
We should start himon antibiotics,
see what clears up,what doesn'T.
You hold the piecesthat way
because you can'tbend your thumb.
The iron's innocenton that count.
Aired 13 years ago - May 08, 2007
The team deals with a 19-year-old college student, while Foreman suddenly and without a reason hands in his resignation. House seems to have already found Foreman's replacement, an attractive nutritionist named Honey.
Yes, life goes on.
You can have my parking space and my locker.
A messed-up hypothalamus could cause goose bumps,
I just told you something interesting,
so you're not bored.
She seems fine.
Because I wasn't kissing his ass.
Great, go tell her she's got one of those.
Honey says they're not supposed to.
Three ten-milligram pills of your finest amphetamines.
Complement factor h deficiency.
Well, I was gonna say relax,but oddly enough you seem pretty relaxed already.
Can we wait a second?
What do you think of me hiring a
nutritionist instead of a neurologist?
and will only make me appreciate
all the good things that I do have.
Again,not house's fault. It's a job.
An autoimmune problem makes more sense.
You haven't... because then you
would have to confront your own emotions.
I'm late for a breast
thing. You know he wants you.
No,it's not. I was hitting on you.
I wasn't consciously hitting on you,
But only because you didn't
trust me, your best friend.
It's not a secret,house!
Well,I can't give you my prescription.
You've got to meet with a psychiatrist.
Addie's kidneys shut down.
The steroid treatment we gave her means
when the next infection hits, it'll hit hard.
Seems like the humane approach.
Her heart went into v-fib.
they're not gonna remember the nice black doctor who
called them by their first name.
- Dark matter in the universe.
- You're smiling.
- You were happy.
- No,I was hazy.
- You just told her she-
- she's no different than she'd ever been.
You...Have got leprechauns in ya.
But the body can repair almost anything...
Which is cool.
Aired 13 years ago - May 01, 2007
Wilson prepares to transplant bone marrow from Matty to his brother Nick. But when Matty gets sick, the team must cure him as he's the only safe donor. Meanwhile Foreman deals with the consequences of his mistake and House has a battle of wills with his new pet Hector.
Aired 13 years ago - Apr 24, 2007
The doctors try to find what's wrong with a scam artist who collapses after her brain "freezes," but the case becomes personal for Foreman.
Exposure can build up over
time and lie dormant for a while.
We should do a bubble study.
On the other hand,
her tox-screen just came back.
It's nice to see her relax.
Maybe I just want a friend,
and I thought Wilson was a safe choice.
You could show it to me later.
Dr. Foreman said I was poisoned.
It always matters what kind.
This is not somewhere
I'd bring someone on a date.
James Wilson, carefully calibrating
his level of protectiveness for your
The chef's oven.
And because you got out of the projects,
Let's do more of what's not working.
This is not an autoimmune disease.
which is what we're trying
to do with the steroids anyway.
Who's the better James Bond,
Sean Connery or Daniel Craig?
Wait... to stop the train?
But if you have half an hour
a little later this afternoon,
When we had people over,
he had to nip at their ankles.
You're never gonna sell anybody
if you let them control the agenda.
No, it's not.
Then give me drugs.
It's the middle of the night.
it was like
So when I can't talk to anybody, I talk
to God and pretend somebody's listening.
I killed her.
Aired 13 years ago - Apr 17, 2007
A 6-year-old girl suffers ailments expected in patients much older. Tensions between Chase and Cameron lead House to intentionally assign them to the same tasks, including investigating the young girl's home.
heck. Go wild.Do all the osises.
We do what house said.
We test for everything.
Find out which fungus.
Biopsy a lymph node.
- I'm sorry.
- Last year.
- What does that have to do...
- most six-year-olds hurt themselves a lot.
- Why can't this kid act her age?
And you, start her on hydroxyurea
to control her red blood cell production.
- She hasn't spoken yet.
- Give her time.
Oh, wait,you already did that.
Either way,we gotta waste half a day
figuring out which.
maybe you,maybe the school bully,
maybe the creepy neighbor.
Oh, my god.
House, you are going back to your office.
She's gonna eat your head
after she's done.
how can someone start puberty
before they even start the first grade?
You're going to be okay, goosey.
She lives on chicken fingers and milk.
I wanted more.
I'll miss you.
-You're kidding me,right?
or they both play in the same toxic sandbox?
than I should be on chemo right now.
My tummy hurts!
Just because we haven't found anything
on the scan doesn't mean it's not there
your daughter will need hormone-replacement
therapy for the rest of her life
because she signed a consent form
that I didn't want her to sign.
Every time you gave the little tykes a hug,
-Are you sure that she feels--
-she sent me flowers.
You're a jerk.
Aired 13 years ago - Apr 10, 2007
On House and Cuddy's flight from Singapore a passenger gets ill and Cuddy suspects an epidemic. At the hospital, Wilson leads the team as they deal with a middle-aged woman suffering from seizures.
Aired 13 years ago - Apr 03, 2007
A famous celebrity photographer suffers from a stroke while being pregnant at her early forties. House and his team have to deal with a great dilemma, save the mother or her unborn child.
And he said that you and the fetus are fine.
It means there's weakness
around the mouth.
Dengue fever,avian pox,even west nile.
All strep is untreated strep.
He's gotta be planning something.
your baby's heart rate separately.
It's her job. What's new?
Hypoperfusion,the fetusis basically
a parasite stealing nutrients,minerals,blood.
The body only has so many ways
of screwing with the kidneys.
Good news is,we fix the fetus,
mom gets better.
and killed the beautiful little baby.
'Cause I got a my space account.
and the paralytic will
wear off in an hour,okay?
Well,I assume you're gonna have this
same conversation with chase for his own good.
There's a tribe of mocovi indians
who actually carry the elders¡ª
whether the baby's kidneys
are functioning properly.
Let me see the results of the bladder tap.
Or because she's you?
Even fetuses lie.
The fetus is nothing more than
a parasite at this point.
The ass-kisser won't agree with you.
Who says chivalry's dead?
Why don't you start your vacation now?
Her body's trying to do
what you refuse to.
The combination could put
her into pulmonary edema.
He wouldn't share your pain.
I have to finish packing.
too much radiation for a
The umbilical cord won't be cut.
- Where'd you go to college?
- Gimme that.
The surgery's not doing this to her,
the fetus is.
What's amazing is how blond
your baby's hair is.
Hey, thank you.
You're trying to enjoy yourself.
Aired 13 years ago - Mar 27, 2007
The ex-marine that saved House's life, in a dream he had the day before, is admitted in the hospital with symptoms resembling Gulf War Syndrome. While House is busy dealing with his own health issues, and Chase and Cameron are too busy with each other, the ex-marine gets worse.
Aired 13 years ago - Mar 06, 2007
House encounters a brain-damaged musical prodigy with inexplicable abilities while the team faces serious concerns about House's own health.
For seizures he has from a bus accident when he was ten.
I don't know.
There was construction on Radcliff.
The kid's a moron.
He's got a heart condition that caused the arteries in his arm to constrict.
He could show up any minute.
What's going on?
If that doesn't work, gut him.
Look at me. Patrick, over here.
Means the question isn't why is he having seizures,
Time it took you to go from hard-ass to human being.
Along with CT scans, MRIs, CSF--everything you need.
There's a consent from Boston for the cancer drug trial.
Yes, he needs an angiogram to look at the vasculature inside his brain.
Oh. No, they did not.
This is Eric Foreman at Princeton Plainsboro.
Sure, just put on a blindfold and play piano in the tail on the brain.
But that's why god invented the long consent form.
we can surgically implant the electrodes
- Fear of guilt-
- Would you shut up?
He can still talk,and he's left-handed,
You do that.
No. Respiration rate's up.
You knew I'd be asleep.
The right half, it would be irresponsible to remove the left.
Forgot I was dying, huh?
Seizures have most completely gone away.
Well, I don't mind taking care of him so he can play the piano.
Are you happy?
the VDRL was a false negative.
I wanted the guys in Boston to think that I had cancer.
I'm sure I'll regret asking,but why--
Aired 13 years ago - Feb 13, 2007
It's Valentine's Day, and Cuddy has a blind date. Meanwhile, House leaves ER duty to take the case of a child patient named Hannah.
Season 3 Episode 14
She's gone to surgery.
EEG for neurological anomalies.
It's hard to fake pain
when you've never felt it.
so while everyone else was just
worrying about getting in,
Nurse shortie, your biz-nitch.
I'm never scared.
You know how many humiliating
experiences before I thought of that?
You weren't shot because of leg pain,
you were shot because you're a jerk.
In a cipa patient.
Any word from House?
If we knew where it hurt,
we could diagnose her.
I had to bring the file.
In 14 states.
One of these is warm,
the other is very hot.
What's going on with my mother?
Bone pain is the
worst there is.
The nurse used to be a man.
You think her lack of pain is
somehow the answer to your pain.
I don't believe you!
I assume you're
thinking thyroid storm.
Do you like me, House?
But my goal was always
to make enough money
Good chance the
spine is relevant.
I'm cranky. Sorry.
it's something systemic
that's affecting the nerves.
Mom, could you just let it go?
Mom? You okay?
They weren't really arguing.
This is pointless.
If the headache was caused by guilt,
out of beating the other
hunters to the food?
Another paranoid delusion.
Relax, it's just a magic trick.
you'll be giving room
and board to this fella.
Whoa whoa whoa whoa.
This is why you've
been helping me get
Aired 13 years ago - Feb 06, 2007
House and his staff must deal with a teenage Gypsy boy suffering from inexplicable respiratory distress. However, House has bigger issues on his mind: Cuddy has given away his handicapped spot.
Stevie lipa's ekg and echocardiogram were normal, but--
If he popped an aneurysm,
he'd be in the morgue, not the E.R.
So, looks like there's been some sort of mix-up at the parking office.
You're the winner.
No, it's not.
No.It doesn't make sense.
You son of a bitch.
Of course we do.
I'll tell you anything.
The kid spent 16 hours in the backseat of an old pickup.
don't worry.It's just your leg.
If he moves,I could shred his artery.
And since he clearly has some kind of--
Do a ct, mri, a sputum,and an ace level.
Jack, is your mommy a big fat idiot?
Oh, now I've gotta slide my butt from one padded seat to another.
like difficulty covering a distance, say 50 yards,
Right--I'm so unclean,I caused his liver to shut down.
Clot in the liver's breaking up.
Tuskegee went on for 28 years after world war ii.
Stay away from that unproven, experimental stuff.
From what I hear,what you lack in shame you also lack in will power.
I don't need any bandages.
You can trust me.
Let's go, people.
You missed it.
There's no way his parents are gonna let us near him again.
I like that kid.
it would have just passed right through him if he hadn't been writhing around.
but you'd also have access to a lot of cool things.
Maybe not, but they are.
Do you at least feel a little guilty?
Aired 13 years ago - Jan 30, 2007
While House is forced to work full-time in the clinic and deal with a rape victim who insists on confiding with him, Cameron deals with a terminal cancer patient trying to take advantage of her state of mind.
Explains the pain,vertigo,everything.
Oh,while you're at it,pour some alcohol into his ear
It's a jogging park.
How can I help you?
You perjured yourselfto keep me out of jail.How are you gonna tell--
I don't care.People do not--
I owe you ten.
And you've never seenan afterschool special?
You haven't told anyoneother than him.
True,except for the word "just."
You've been outon the streets.
should be trumped by the factthat I'm useless at this.
Maybe you're right,except there's no way she can pretendthis didn't happen.
Well,what do you want meto tell you?
He said I would die aloneand miserable.
It's under control.
We are selfish,base animals crawling across the earth.
I sedated her.
There's no wrong answer,because there'sno right answer.
My parents traveled a lot,and they'd leave mewith her.
I opened up to you,you open up to me.
And who we get stuckin those rooms with adds upto what are lives are.
Come on.Talk to me.Don't quote me bumper stickers.
The problemwith exceptions to rules is the line-drawing.
the personal stuff?
- You're just an insane old man. - No,no.
The same as a bugis irrelevant in comparisonto the universe.
I'm interestedin what you're feeling.
Aired 13 years ago - Jan 09, 2007
House splits his time between treating a firefighter for uncontrollable shivering, giving Tritter a piece of his mind, and handling his trial for forging prescriptions.
Aired 13 years ago - Dec 12, 2006
Wilson arranges for House to make a deal with Tritter, but House refuses. Meanwhile, Cuddy cuts House off Vicodin and removes him from the team's case: a 15-year-old little person who entered the hospital with a collapsed lung and anemia.
Aired 13 years ago - Nov 28, 2006
House takes the case of a young girl who has been diagnosed with pancreatitis. When he takes her divorced parents to court to force them to allow treatment because they can't agree, the judge awards guardianship of the girl to Cuddy. Meanwhile,
Tritter continues his strategy to force House to admit to his drug use by offering one of the team members a deal.
Of course, this is a naming
opportunity for your foundation.
- Rhymes with "fucchini."
Then move onto your
secret secret secret stash.
Probably from a stone lodged in it.
before we start removing
our child's organs?
So you just don't care?
If you're right,
he has a medical problem.
who apparently cares more about
whether your kid dies than you do.
- Either way.
Is he as big a jerk as I think he is?
We cut into her belly. Bad boys escape.
He's already been really good at
the big romantic gestures, but ask him
I think I'm gonna have
to get something to read.
If she is allergic, antibiotics
could cause a massive systemic reaction.
I honestly figured I'd
get a different judge today.
I really hope no one dies while
I'm sitting here not talking to you.
My brother and I...
Why is your brother stuck at one?
In her room,
where you're not supposed
Except that her liver's starting
to shut down. No dystrophy would--
then don't give me anything.
Keep me away from the aspirin.
you've certainly earned our trust.
It goes out of you and through
a filter like the filter in a fish tank.
You gonna break out the rubber hoses,
the bright lights?
You used to be someone
who did the right thing.
as an outsider,
I don't really care why, but apparently
I can't do my job without finding out.
- Can we talk?
You didn't fail.
tone deaf person wanting to sing
opera or a paraplegic who wants to--
- What dose did you give her?
- Yeah, maybe Chase screwed up.
Right! She's six! She's cute!
She can't have flesh-eating bacteria!
I know House ruled out mojo,
but it can't be a coincidence--
- She swallow a flashlight?
- Stop the surgery.
Aired 13 years ago - Nov 21, 2006
An 18-year-old teenager is brought to the hospital after having a heart attack. House reviews the boy's file and believes he has the diagnosis. He then turns the case into a game by sealing his opinion in an envelope and challenging Cameron,
Foreman, and Chase to guess House's diagnosis on their own. Meanwhile, Tritter's actions against Wilson continue to strain the oncologist's relationship with House and destroy his ability to practice medicine.
If I'm right,he'll still be alive.
If I'm wrong,this is a very cruel game.
Yeah, divorce lawyersusually know
the ins and outsof drug enforcement.
I am doing an mrI.
He's a doctor.
We don't lie to jack.
How did you quit?
Gum, patch, hypnosis?
I'm injecting ergonovine
to see if your heart attack
There's still a chance
that chase got it right.
He's trying to squeeze youinto ratting.
pretending to write in her journal
with the flowers on it.
Don't worry, I've been too busy
chasing after these guysto go spelunking.
I hurt my shoulder playing
Let's not discuss thisin front of the help.
He wants to make you miserable.
You don't thinkhe's gonna ask questions?
- No, it's just--
Now hold him there tight.
I would just likesome warning this time.
You ever thought aboutusing
your caneon the proper side?
so...we knock down one infection
and three more pop up.
Drugs trashedhis immune system.
Drugs stay in your systema long time.
Our parents live onin our memories,
but they don't live on.
Oh, my god!
Why are you using that?
What's the correct amount?
Why are you lookingat my head again?
I don't see anything.
But this kid's got some strength,and all of a sudden
there's no timeto talk about anythingbut the medicine.
If you're wrongabout the fungus,
you're wasting what little timehe has left.
If they caved,it'd give the cops evidence
that you intimidated underlingsto feed your addiction.
- I'm right, right?
- Yeah.Just not about me.
The infections he's contracted
narrow down the possibilities.
- will's a match.
- You tested him?
your lifespan will be
Because then you'd have to give
people a fighting chance.
reminds you of what life used to be like
before you were forcedto play mr. Mom.
Don't pretendyou're surprised.
Oh, so now's a better time
for me to have my lifetaken away?
you were either gonnahelp me
through this,or you weren't.
Aired 13 years ago - Nov 14, 2006
House decides to awaken a comatose patient so he can question the man regarding the family history of his son, who may have a genetic condition and the father is the only living relative. Meanwhile, Wilson confronts House about the stolen
prescription pad as Tritter approaches Cameron, Chase, and Foreman in an attempt to divide the team and reveal their loyalties.
Aired 13 years ago - Nov 07, 2006
The team encounters logistical problems while trying to run tests on a 600-pound man due to his extremely large size. Meanwhile, House spends the night in jail after being arrested by Detective Tritter for various charges, including resisting arrest.
Where's your car?
Does Salma Hayek
live in Mexico or Spain?
If you ever end up in a bar with
the Cambridge Women's Heavyweight Eight,
So, um, I think his bedroom's through
there. And kitchen's to the left.
Do you know if he ever uses
any unpasteurized cheese or wild game?
Well, have you thought about,
You gonna add that
to my list of charges?
Weight limit on the
MRI machine is 450 pounds.
I don't care. He still deserves the
same standard of care as anyone else.
Even if it's not an STD, a fever
points toward some sort of infection.
It was probably just
some sort of head trauma.
Morbid obesity is a
legally defined disability.
Or the fever is related
and so are the prostitutes.
They all figure there's
gotta be something wrong with me.
I would rather it be caused
Cameron-- she's lying,
You say no way, I say...
Yeah, no way.
Executing a search of the premises.
in my bedroom for
the next week at least.
But don't worry.
that are now feasting on
his brain move on to dessert.
It explains your coma,
your fever, your loss of appetite.
I was never anywhere
near his visual cortex.
Test him again. This time,
add a glucose tolerance test and an HEC.
For someone who insists
he enjoys life as much as you do,
I'm not interested in a plea bargain.
Don't know. He says we only think
it's that because of his weight.
Grocery stores giving away medical
degrees with the free turkeys now?
What's going on?
It's inoperable. But there
are radiation treatments available.
- I get my bike back.
- I guess that's good.
Aired 13 years ago - Oct 31, 2006
House takes the case of a young woman who has been rushed to the hospital with problems breathing and severe stomach pain after she and her husband were robbed. After her husband collapses, the team believes the couple's illnesses are related.
Meanwhile, Michael Tritter, a clinic patient, causes problems for House that could have serious ramifications.
Aired 13 years ago - Sep 26, 2006
When doctors are unable to diagnose why a severely autistic boy screams loudly for no apparent reason, House takes the case. As the boy's condition worsens, it becomes obvious that House relates to the boy because he has no social niceties.
Should we spend $100,000 testing her?
It's where I work.Where I think.
We only have the scanner up for the next half hour.
I used metamucil like the doctor told me,and finally I was able to use the bathroom.
Nothing work then this morning,I get up,my back feels great.
You get a normal kid,the parent works.
the ventilation scanwas normal.
No,cuddy saysI have to work here.
We need a stool sample.
Or do you really havea problem with the carpeting?
I need youto stay still,buddy.
It's not a power play.
It took a half an hourto get the mask on the kid for the lung scan.
Still,just to be safe,you mind?
And everyone insidethe circle is normal.
Then what are they?
So,you think maybe gray's anatomy got it all wrong?
" Our ten-year-old boy does nothave a drinking problem or cirrhosis.
I'm gonna count to three,and then I'm gonnafire you.
He's in v-fib.
Kid was constipated.
This young woman,a stranger to me,was just asking directions.
Our kid's been tripping on lucy in the sky with cubic zirconia.
7:40 to 7:50,he goes tothe toilet,washes his face.
adam,you ate something at your house.
Show me what you ate.
Brother,can you testifyas to why this poor child's eyeball rolled back into his head?
So he has three tumorsand we missed all of them.
You've seen her breasts?
You're only saying thatto make me go.
They get an earthquake,they get released into the air,you breathe it in,you get a cold...
Drawing them for usover and over again.
They attack his eyeand the muscles surrounding it,making his eyeballdo a backflip.
" Or broadloom.
It would exempt youfrom the rules.
Aired 13 years ago - Sep 19, 2006
House puts a well-known medical researcher through a battery of tests to determine why he collapsed in his lab. When the team is unable to diagnose the problem, the doctor asks the team to help him end his life. House is forced to use his cane again
after the ketamine has worn off as he deals with a clinic patient's teenaged daughter who has a crush on him.
The little vermin seized
the day,so to speak,
Or his lungs,probably from years of inhaling toxic chemicals in his lab.
I-I worked with williams on the first protocol for this machine.
Maybe even worse.
His heart ratebarely got above 90.
I've been in and outof the hospital for the past year.
A week,ever since we got backfrom fresno.
But there are no wordsto describe degrees of what he's feeling right now--
I don't wanna livelike this.
I haven't,I won'T.
The problem is,it's too lateto do anything about it.
There must be other patientsyou could actually help.
It's time to testyour lungs.
How 'bout we make a deal?
We have 24 hours to figure outwhat's wrong with him.
Then tell herto leave a message,and I'll get back to her.
Doesn't meanwe're gonna stop looking.
If his brain was addled,we wouldn't have to listento anything he says.
Dr.Chase said my calciumis normal.
But never can.
Either I die in pain,or I just die.
Go get a ventilatoR.
I wanted to get his brain stemand his c-spine,make sure his diaphragmwasn't paralyzed.
Sure could usea little more help around here.
More of a trick,a ruse,a hoodwink.
I'm sorryabout your leg.
If we're gonna keep refusingto cure patients just to rein in my ego,
He wasn't doing anythinghis peers weren't doing.
I guess it's not ipf.
He needs muscle relaxantsto be on the ventilator.
We need to attach some sensorsto your skin.
I want you to get a skin samplefor a biopsy.
Informed consent,patient rights holds back research.
If I was lying,I wouldn'ttell you the subtype is aa.
Aired 13 years ago - Sep 12, 2006
House and the team treat a young boy who claims there is a tracking device in his neck and believes he has been the subject of alien experimentation. Cameron is outraged when she learns Cuddy and Wilson have been lying to House about the diagnosis on his last case.
honey,come out right now,wherever you are.
This is not funny.
I am,however,still hooked on phonics.
The ketamine could work perfectly and he would
still be back on his cane popping vicon again.
did he ever get his feelings hurt?
Especially if there wereneurological problems.
I think I might havefound the chip back there.
No. Blood testswere all normal.
And he clotted insix minutes.
There is no chip.
Inflammatory reactioncould erode
it into a vein,fragment gets a free ride.
A bucketfulwould be nice.
Telling him that hegot his last case
right won't do anything to help him.
If you make me better,do you think
the alienswill leave me alone?
I left instructionsto lower it slowly so
we don't riskhypoperfusing his organs.
What if he was hypertensive the
other two times that he clotted?
- We don't havea laser pointer.
- Well,why not?
Run it again.
Please,someone give mea plausible,
We flush it throughout his system
and the similar cells light up like...
He's be able to walkbut not run?
He'll have a limp?
Can you see my face?
I'd rather not becomedependent on
pain pills to get through my day.
- What's happening to him?
- He's seizing.
His brain is clean.
It's more probablethat his remaining symptoms are
with something so insane that
it's usually right.
Back when he was young.
I mean,really young.Like 12 cells young.
his brother just keepsswatting
the balls into the net.
One of your sons will die.
We're all kind of weird.
Aired 13 years ago - Sep 05, 2006
After recovering from his gunshot wounds, House works feverishly on two cases at the same time: a paralyzed man who drove his wheelchair into a swimming pool and a woman who became paralyzed after a yoga session.