The search for the cause of a supermodel's symptoms causes intense feelings among the team, as new facts are revealed. Meanwhile, House experiences increasing pain in his leg.

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Rising supermodel Alex's father Martin brings her in after a violent episode and collapse during her latest fashion show. House diagnoses heroin, but his excessive treatment makes things worse. Then he deduces sexual abuse, without proof. It's only the start of several shocking discoveries. Meanwhile his own leg pains are the object of dispute. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Mystery

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20 February 2006 (USA)  »

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This is the first episode in which we see House's leg, and the extent of the damage done by the surgery to remove the tissue. See more »

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When Foreman is talking to Alex about upcoming brain biopsy, she is twitching constantly. When camera is looking at Foreman, she lays completely still. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Gregory House: [to patient with psychosomatic ailment] Gotta go. People dying. The whole "circle of life" thing.
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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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Split personality
4 September 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

Real-life model Cameron Richardson plays a teen model who exhibits aggressive behavior and collapses on a runway during a fashion show. From there, it's all downhill in an episode that allows House to fully acknowledge his lecherous side. Surprise after surprise awaits the team, as the model goes from bad to worse both in body and mind. Richardson is extremely fetching as the sickly waif who may not be all she appears. For the astute viewer, the ultimate revelation will have been guessed halfway through. Still, a good show and no harm done. House's leg pains appear to be increasing, which will lead in coming episodes to a Holmesian solution, if you Sherlock Holmes fans out there get my drift. It is worth nothing this episode gets about as close to nudity as this series is ever likely to, and this gratifying display of flesh is put on by none other than Richardson, in a moment of angry confrontation with House.


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