A nun arrives at the clinic with what appears to be a skin rash caused by an allergy, and starts to go into anaphylactic shock in reaction to the medication Dr. House gives her. When he then gives her an injection of epinephrine, she goes into cardiac arrest, leading Dr. Cuddy to assume that House gave her an accidental overdose. Absolutely sure that he gave the patient the correct dosage, House begins a series of unorthodox treatments to uncover the truth, and also does a bit of snooping into the sister's past. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The chocolate bar House is eating in the hospital chapel is Cadburys Dairy Milk, an English chocolate company that Hugh Laurie
did voiceovers for. See more
When Sister Augustine is having the asthma attack, House grabs a 3 cc syringe (presumably with 1 cc epinephrine). When he's finished administering the epinephrine, he pulls a 1 cc syringe out of her arm (which would have the .1 cc epinephrine that he insists he gave her) See more
Sister Mary Augustine
I don't believe He is inside me, and is going to save me, I believe He is inside me whether I live or die.
References The Sound of Music
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Written by Johnny Marks
Performed by John Denver See more