House M.D. (2004–2012)
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Who's Your Daddy? 

A Katrina survivor, presumably the granddaughter of a famous blues singer, convinces House's friend Dylan Crandall that he is her father. When the girl is brought in with a deadly illness, ... See full summary »

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A Katrina survivor, presumably the granddaughter of a famous blues singer, convinces House's friend Dylan Crandall that he is her father. When the girl is brought in with a deadly illness, House is sure the girl is faking, but Crandall wants her as his daughter and Crandall won't agree to a paternity test. As House and team try to save the girl's life, House and his conscience fight over the truth vs. his friend's real desire to take the girl in. Written by mama.sylvia

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House: Wow--who's been watching Bill Nye the Science Guy? Bill Nye, the Science Guy (1993) was an Emmy-award winning educational television program. Each episode, 100 in all, aimed to teach a specific topic in science to a preteen audience, yet garnered a wide adult audience as well. See more »

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At time mark 0:38:39, on the left-hand side of the screen, the reflection of a cameraman or boom operator can be seen on the sliding glass door as Dr. House walks through. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: [the outgoing message on House's answering machine] You've reached a number that has been disconnected and is no longer in service. If you feel you've reached this recording in error, go with it. Hang up. On three: One, two...
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Daddy dearest
10 September 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

D.B. Sweeney of FIRE FROM THE SKY fame plays an old schoolchum of House's who suddenly turns up with a teenage daughter suffering from hallucinations and assorted other scary symptoms. From the get-go, House is convinced the "daughter" is no daughter at all, but a grifter putting one over on his easily conned friend. A paternity test will clear things up, if Sweeney will only agree to one. To House's dismay, his old roommate declares himself to be a man of faith and blind trust. House prefers to call him gullible. A test of wills ensues. A bone marrow transplant may be required, and House warns his old friend of the dangers of such a procedure. By now, we know that Cuddy's "date" with Wilson was all in the name of finding a sperm donor. She now seeks House's help in finding the perfect match. In a funny way, the two draw closer. In fact, Cuddy sort of bares her soul to House. Only it's not exactly her soul she bares.


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