House M.D. (2004–2012)
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Detox 

A girl crashes a Porsche after her boyfriend starts coughing up blood and continues to have unexplained bleeds. Clinic Cases: Cuddy gives House a month off clinic duties if he can spend a week off his pain meds.

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Dr. Lisa Cuddy
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Dr. Allison Cameron
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Keith Foster
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Pam
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Ingrid (as Ameríca Olivo)
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16-year-old Keith Foster suddenly starts bleeding while joy-riding with his cheeky girlfriend Pam behind the wheel of his dad's Porsche. Mr. Foster fears ex-junkie Pam got his good boy on drugs. Keith tests clean yet shows a confusing set of symptoms, including blood clots, hemophilia, liver failure, vomiting and hallucinations. After various negative tests and Chase's success at preventing him going blind, only hyper-rare hepatitis E (possibly caught on foreign travels) or lupus (immunity turning against the patient himself) seem likely. House, grumpier than usual, remains increasingly distracted due to a wager with Cuddy: one month off clinic duty for one week off Vicodin (to prove he's no addict). Through his haze of pain, House comes upon a possible clue to Keith's life-threatening ailment- a death in the family no one felt worthy of mention. Written by KGF Vissers/revised by statmanjeff

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Drama | Mystery

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15 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Mark Harelik and Nicolas D'Agosto previously co-starred in Election (1998). See more »

Goofs

The car that the teenagers drove was a 2005 911 Carrera. It has 4 wheel Anti-lock brakes standard. Porsche brakes are well known for their tremendous stopping ability and resistance to fading. The stunt car's ABS system had obviously been disabled. The 911 should have stopped straight and true with absolutely no skidding. See more »

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Dr. Wilson: You learn anything?
Dr. Gregory House: Yeah. I'm an addict.
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You Don't Have To Worry
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Written by Wayne Jones and Windy Wagner
Performed by Windy Wagner
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Difficult to watch, and truly excellent
26 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

When I look back, I believe this is the first episode I saw of HOUSE. A college student is admitted with conflicting symptoms, not the least of which is uncontrolled bleeding. This episode goes right for the gut and we watch House and his colleagues poke and prod this kid to the point of death. I had trouble watching all of it, as it took me back to my days working first as an emergency room orderly and later as a floating nurse's aide in a large city hospital when I was a mere teen. You haven't lived until you've seen a doctor straddle a suffocating patient and plunge a large stainless steel cylinder into his chest to alleviate fluid on the lungs. This episode of HOUSE is so realistic, it reminds me of those good old days -- may they never return. This also is the episode where House is sort-of blackmailed into giving up his painkillers. You'll have to watch for yourself to see if he does.


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