A "suicidally" obese man in a coma presents treatment challenges, but finding out what's wrong with him may be the most challenging test of all. Elsewhere, Tritter ramps up his vendetta against House.

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A "suicidally" obese man in a coma presents treatment challenges, but finding out what's wrong with him may be the most challenging test of all. Elsewhere, Tritter ramps up his vendetta against House.

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The doctors notice that George has nystagmus, which is an involuntary twitching of the eyes. Actor Pruitt Taylor Vince, who plays George, has this condition in real life. See more »

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Fireman: So, you got a Green Beret, a Navy Seal, and a sister from Brooklyn. The general hands each of them a gun and says, 'Your spouse is seated next door, in a room, in a chair. In order to pass this test, you must go inside and kill 'em.' Immediately the Green Beret says, 'No, sir. I could never kill my wife! I just can't do it.' The general looks at him and says, 'You know what? You ain't got what it takes. Take your wife and go on home.' Navy Seal then heads in. Five minutes later, ...
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Big fat idiot
18 November 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

House tends to a 660-lb. comatose patient, played in the biggest fat suit ever made by wobbly-eyed movie actor Pruitt Vince. The corpulent man awakens and really doesn't want any help, thank you very much. House insists. Meanwhile, sinister cop David Morse keeps pressing on the wisemouthing House. The in-joke for TV buffs, of course, is that Morse got his start as a saintly young doctor on ST. ELSEWHERE. Cameron, Chase and Foreman are largely on the back burner for this one. In fact, Chase drops out of the episode early on. Maybe Jesse Spencer had a movie to film. Wilson also has little to do. House does manage to soil Wilson's smock at one point.


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