A delusional homeless woman is found unconscious in an acid house exhibiting a variety of symptoms which Foreman thinks she's faking.

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A homeless woman collapses at an illegal rave house. Foreman blows off the consult that Wilson asks for, and House is intrigued by Foreman's and Wilson's reactions. Clinic Cases: A mother with lots of kids; House pretends to be ill so he ends up teaching med students about taking histories. Written by Jaxotea

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8 February 2005 (USA)  »

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The Jane Doe patient is given a "banana bag", which contains intravenous fluids with vitamins and minerals. Typically a "banana bag" is administered to correct nutritional deficiencies; the fluids are a distinctive yellow color, hence the nickname. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the episode, House implies that Foreman has only a matter of hours to receive a Rabies vaccine before the disease is irreversible. Foreman was exposed only a couple of days ago, and symptoms of the Rabies virus manifest ten to ninety days after exposure. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: [breaking up an argument between Dr. Wilson and Dr. Foreman] Okay you two, grab some scalpels and settle this like doctors.
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References Alien (1979) See more »

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On Fire Like This
Written by Buck A.E. Down and Atom Smith
Performed by Mutaytor
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The operation was a success, but...
25 March 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

House must deal with a homeless woman who is dying for no apparent reason, and toward whom Dr. Foreman seems to be coldly indifferent. An unusually satisfying episode for two reasons: The acting of the actress playing the ill-fated homeless woman, who is absolutely harrowing, and a diagnosis that for a change does not lead to a happy ending. I will say no more. Just let it be noted that I had been wondering how long Dr. House was going to continue to work clichéd miracles, if you get my drift. Here we go: IMDb wants more lines than I am willing to write, and I am not willing to pad out my review in this case. Having said that, I will note that in a Season One episode, House momentarily affected a veddy British accent, which had me howling, knowing the actor is about as British as you can get off screen. Laurie appeared on a couple of TV talk shows recently, and you could cut his accent with a knife. Apparently while working, he maintains his American accent from dawn to dusk. Makes me wonder how he ever gets through the scenes with the heavily accented, blonde-haired Aussie doctor without losing his cool.


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