During a routine arrest, a police officer is shot by Baby Shoes, a black street punk. Upon arrival at PPH, the officer is acting strangely, laughing and giddy. Cameron is still angry and hurt vis-a-via Foreman, who reveals his deep-seated aversion for law enforcement. House sends Foreman to the officer's home and sends Chase and Cameron to perform tests. As the officer presents increasingly bizarre symptoms, House orders him quarantined. Foreman receives a nasty souvenir of his home visit and learns a lesson about true friendship. Written by
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"Baby Shoes" pulls his revolver and shoots the officer. When he pulls his gun and points it, he's holding it with both hands. When the shot changes to a slow motion visual effects shot of the bullet flying, his facial expression has changed, and he's only holding the gun with one hand. See more
The chance of infection is next to nothing.
Dr. Gregory House
Yeah, I was never that great at math, but next to nothing is higher than nothing, right?
References West Side Story
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