Star bicycle racer collapses, and the team must come up with a diagnosis after the patient admits to blood doping. House and Stacy continue sparring with each other. Clinic Case: Flight attendant poisons himself with gum.

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Star bicycle racer collapses, and the team must come up with a diagnosis after the patient admits to blood doping. House and Stacy continue sparring with each other. Clinic Case: Flight attendant poisons himself with gum.

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(at around 1 min): When Dr. Chase is taking out the air bubble out from lungs, he is initially not wearing gloves which one sees around 11:22. Later, around 11:40 when the manager is talking, Chase is shown wearing gloves. See more »

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Dr. Eric Foreman: So if you break an arbitrary rule, Cameron damns you to hell. But if you break a rule that has a reason, that's designed to protect people, Cameron develops a crazy crush on you.
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None Of Us Are Free
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Different but not the best
4 September 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

House must quickly discover why a famous bicycle racer is suddenly having serious physical issues. Suspecting steroids is just the beginning. The bicyclist proves to be no different than any other ego-driven star athlete, and his publicist, played by the fetching Tara Henson, is a howl as she stews and storms and eventually blackmails Cuddy to keep a lid on things, in the form of a great big donation to the hospital. I wasn't particularly crazy about the premise, and I suspect you won't be, either. Still, House remains in rare form. Right about this episode, Wilson's role is nicely expanded to deal with his heretofore only hinted-at faltering marriage and housing predicament.


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