A jazz musician is brought to the hospital after collapsing during a recording session. His doctor is Foreman's mentor who diagnosed the musician as having ALS. Under Foreman's care, the man signs a DNR (do not resuscitate) form, which House ignores when he gets worse, thinking the diagnosis incorrect. While House wrangles over legal issues in court, Foreman's mentor offers him a job working for him. Written by
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Did You Know?
This is actually the First episode to have "Teardrop" by Massive Attack as the show theme song See more
When John Henry Giles collapses in the recording studio, his Trilby hat is briefly seen rolling on the ground as his trumpet drops to his side; however, in the next shot, as his assistant goes to his aid, his hat is still on his head. See more
Dr. Gregory House
You don't have a problem with what I did?
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
When I hired you, I knew you were insane. I will continue to try and stop you from doing insane things, but once they're done, trying to convince an insane person not to do insane things is, in itself, insane; so, when I hired you, I also set aside fifty thousand a year for legal expenses. So far, you've come in under budget.
Everything A Dream Could Be
Written by Wayne Jones
and Jon Ehrlich See more