House and the team struggle to diagnose one patient in order to save another. Clinic Case: College student claims he has the hots for heifers.

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Divorced Henry Errington (65) is brought in by his daughter after collapsing during a church bridge and cheese evening. House diagnoses a STD and more. In the end Henry 'only' needs a heart transplant, but at his age a 'good' heart is never awarded 'ethically'. So House finds another his way, then needs to make it fit posthumously. Meanwhile 'cow-obsessed' student Tony chose the wrong doctor's sore leg to pull, with a remarkable hidden agenda. Written by KGF Vissers

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This is only the second time House wears a lab coat. See more »

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House inserts the laryngoscope with blade into the patient's mouth with his right hand. The laryngoscope is strictly a left-handed tool because of the placement of the light on it. This allows visualization of the vocal cords so the endotracheal tube can pass through. See more »

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Dr. James Wilson: It's not all about sex, House.
Dr. Gregory House: Really? When did that change?
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Here With Me
Written by Scott Nickoley, Stephen Lang, and Jamie Dunlap
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Heavyweight
4 September 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

Howard Hesseman of WKRP IN CINCINNATI fame plays an aging man suffering from a series of scary symptoms that may be something as simple as a stroke, or something far worse. Pretty soon, it is determined he needs a new heart but no heart is available. House figures out a way to get his dying patient a new heart, but it will come with a heavy toll. The one to watch in this episode is the very appealing young actress Keri Lynn Pratt as Hesseman's doting daughter. Pratt gets off a great line at the very end, so make sure you put on your TV's closed captioning so you won't miss it. By the way, the outlandish manner in which House procures Hesseman's new heart makes for great TV, if totally improbable reality. Be prepared to shed some tears as we follow House in his search for that heart. Meanwhile, Wilson has more or less settled into House's apartment. Or has he? Frat humor abounds as he and House go back and forth about living conditions.


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