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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Professional bicycle racer Jeff Forrester and his manager, Moira, repeatedly call Erythropoietin, a performance-enhancing drug used to boost an athlete's VO2max, by its abbreviation EPO. Rather than pronouncing each letter individually, E.P.O., as is done by anyone in the cycling community, they instead say it as a single word: "ee-poh". See more »

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[Houses' patient has just collapsed]
Dr. Gregory House: This is exactly why I created nurses. Clean up on aisle three!
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None Of Us Are Free
Performed by Solomon Burke
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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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