A young mother suffers a seizure in the bathtub with her newborn son, nearly drowning him, and although the baby survives the near-drowning, his problems are far from over. Foreman returns to work with some minor brain dysfunction, and a personality change that drives House up the wall. Written by
Lynne Boris Johnston
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At the end, Foreman is working out his memory that had been damaged by the brain biopsy Cameron performed on him to try to save his life in the previous episode (Euphoria: part 2). He has a deck of cards with the name of a drug on one side and its medical use on the other. He is trying to remember what the drugs are for. He tries several cards with no success. At the end, he stares at a card and when he turns it over, he smiles, indicating he guessed correctly. The name in the card is Modafinil, a memory improving drug. See more
Flipped film: when the baby is first shown on ECMO, the numbers on the crib are reversed, and there is a net stocking on the baby's left leg. The view changes, the numbers are correct and the stocking is on the right leg. The view changes back to reversed numbers and left leg stocking. See more
Dr. Gregory House
Seizures are cool to watch, boring to diagnose.
References The Wizard of Oz
Performed by The American Boychoir See more