House has to deal with his promised dinner date with Cameron, a mysterious stroke in a clinic patient and a libidinous senior citizen.

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House apparently triggers a stroke in a clinic patient, but the major topic of discussion is House's imminent date with Cameron. The team must deal with the patient's odd lifestyle, overbearing "friend", and reluctant parents in order to stop the strokes and try to save his life. Written by Anonymous

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10 May 2005 (USA)  »

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The song of the end of the episode (with House alone in his office) is "Some Devil", performed by Dave Matthews. See more »

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When House gets a candy bar from the vending machine after "the date" the candy bar falls out of the wrapper when it clears the shelf. See more »

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Dr. Allison Cameron: I want to know how you feel... about me.
Dr. Gregory House: You live under the delusion that you can fix everything that isn't perfect. That's why you married a man who was dying of cancer. You don't love, you need. And now that your husband is dead, you're looking for your new charity case. That's why you're going out with me. I'm twice your age, I'm not great looking, I'm not charming, I'm not even nice. What I am is what you need... I'm damaged.
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References Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS (1975) See more »

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Some Devil
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Written and Performed by Dave Matthews (as Dave J. Matthews)
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John Cho and Peter Graves, of all people!
28 March 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

John Cho plays a masochistic soul suffering from a series of strokes. House and crew suspect the choking he regularly gets from his very attractive if slightly creepy dominatrix companion may be causing his problems. The answer lies elsewhere, sort of. Cho is very convincing as a sad sack who can't live without being told what to do. Peter Graves does a clever turn as a man on Viagra who is conflicted about his renewed vigor. His role is more of a cameo than a real part, but his brief appearance ends with one heck of a punch line that even House could not see coming. Lots of other fun stuff happens in this episode. And of course Cameron is back big time. By now, House has convinced Cameron her adoration of him is misguided. What a show!


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