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Now this is what I am talking about: an outbreak of meningitis with an
understaffed hospital that requires the entire team of doctors and
nurses to check patients, a 12-year-old diver with seizures that can't
be explained, and interviews for Cameron's position after she quit.
All of this makes for some very interesting medicine. Using old equipment, because they can't get to the new stuff, using procedures that were replaced by the CAT scan, meeting in bathrooms, and discovering something in the blood that you would never expect in a 12-year-old, they manage to get the girl cured, the exposed people out the door, and, yes, House finds a way to get Cameron back.
An outbreak of bacterial meningitis at a heavily attended school swim meet means House and his colleagues must cope with dozens of people being bused to the clinic to ascertain if they are infected. One 12-year-old girl, played winningly by Skye Bartusiak, seems to have something altogether different going on. You can guess, but you will be wrong. House splits his time between treating her and checking on the seemingly endless stream of clinic arrivals. Cameron returns, but on one condition: She demands a date with House. This series clearly costs some bucks to put together, and this is no more evident than in this very busy episode. Some real ERs and clinics would probably love to have access to all the paraphernalia and equipment seen on this fictional N.J. setup.
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