House M.D.: Season 2, Episode 20

Euphoria: Part 1 (2 May 2006)

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A police officer in critical condition has bizarre symptoms, and Dr. Foreman finds himself in an unpleasant situation.

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A police officer in critical condition has bizarre symptoms, and Dr. Foreman finds himself in an unpleasant situation.

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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 »

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Dr. Eric Foreman: Get out of my temporal lobe, House.
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The Laughing Policeman
10 September 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

No, this is not the Walter Matthau film nor a remake of that remake of the old Swedish crime thriller. Familiar character actor Scott Williamson (Monroe in "Brokeback Mountain") plays a wounded cop who can't stop laughing -- that is, until he starts having pain so intense that no amount of morphine can quiet him. Unfortunately, whatever he's got, Foreman now has. And whatever it is, they're both put in strict isolation as the clock starts to run out on both their lives. The key to their debility is somewhere in the cop's office or home, and it's up to House and what's left of his team to ferret it out. Cameron's still peeved at Foreman about the stolen paper. Part 1 of a 2-parter. Omar Epps, a pretty darned good movie actor, really gets to strut his stuff in this episode and reminds us just how good an actor he can be.


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