When it appears that Lucy Palmeiro, a schizophrenic mom with deep vein thrombosis, is lying about her alcohol intake, Dr. House is the lone voice of reason. Under the scrutiny of her hyper-vigilant teenage son, House takes Lucy off all her medications and secretly sends Foreman and Chase to search her apartment for clues. Written by
Did You Know?
Dr. House's birth date in the season two finale is 11 June 1959, the same as that of Hugh Laurie
; however, this birth date should be disregarded as it was revealed during House's hallucination. The season one episode, 'The Socratic Method', made several references to House's birth date as being in the winter. See more
When the social worker comes to take Luke into custody, she identifies herself as working for "Social Services, State of New Jersey." House also refers to "Social Services, State of New Jersey" when he discovers that Lucy made the phone call. This is incorrect. In New Jersey, the department that would handle this type of case is called the Department of Youth and Family Services or DYFS (pronounced "DYE-fus"), and any representative would identify themselves as such. See more
Dr. James Wilson
Well, schizophrenia explains one mystery: why you're so fascinated by a woman with a bump in her leg. It's like Picasso deciding to whitewash a fence.
Happy Bithday to You
Written by Patty S. Hill
and Mildred J. Hill
(as Patty and Mildred J. Hill) in 1893 as "Good Morning to All" and published in its final form in 1912
Played by Hugh Laurie on piano See more