A 16-year old lacrosse player starts suffering from double vision, night terrors and frequent hallucinations. House and his team must diagnose the mystery brain condition which is causing all these symptoms before it progresses to a fatal stage. Meanwhile, House is being threatened with a lawsuit and a mother who doesn't believe in vaccinations. Written by
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One of the lacrosse teams at the beginning of the episode has the colors (Maroon and White) and the mascot (Tartans) of Carnegie Mellon University. Tartan clothing can also be seen worn by Dan's parents and other people watching the game. See more
When Chase works on the crossword puzzle, the close-up reveals CRETINISM already written in. The next scene, however, has him asking Foreman to help him guess that word. See more
Dr. Gregory House
Perseverance does not equal worthiness. Next time you want to get my attention, wear something fun. Low-rider jeans are hot.
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On Saturday Afternoons in 1963
Written by Rickie Lee Jones
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