House reluctantly takes on the case of Kalvin, a man who is HIV Positive. The HIV medicine he has been taking has greatly improved his immune system but he continues to get sicker. When Kalvin starts coughing up blood, he accidentally coughs some on Cameron and there's a chance she may contract the disease. In the wake of this, he tries to convince Cameron to be a little more free-spirited as the start to a happier life. Meanwhile, in a bid to improve his relationship with Stacy, House makes it his mission to capture a rat that is running around her house. Written by
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When House is in the pharmacy looking for Coumadin (warfarin), you can see bottles of drugs on the shelves. Real generics are actually shown. The yellow bottles with a brown stripe on the bottom are manufactured by Qualitest (who is a common producer of generic Vicodin), the large clear bottles filled with red capsules contain cephalexin, a common antibiotic, you can see other generics manufactured by Teva, Roxane Laboratories, Lupin, NorthStar and Wockhardt. See more
Dr. Robert Chase
I'm not an idiot.
Dr. Gregory House
Obviously not. Who doesn't sleep with a drugged-out colleague when they have a chance.
References 42nd Street
Written by Amos Lee
Performed by Amos Lee
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