When the son of a man in a vegetative state starts going into a coma, the vegetative man is reawakened chemically by House, who hopes to get some clues to the son's problems.

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When a man begins to seizure while visiting his comatose father, House, believing the son's problems are due to an genetic condition, revives the father (the only living relative) to determine the source. Meanwhile, Michael Tritter continues his retaliation against House by questioning Foreman, Cameron and Chase. Written by Forgottenlord

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When they pull into Atlantic City, the street in which they park is the main street set from How I Met Your Mother. See more »

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A man who has been in a 10 year vegetative state would not be able to sit up in bed on waking; his muscles would have atrophied. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: Quid pro quo, Clarice.
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Sub par
28 November 2006 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

SON OF COMA GUY is probably the weakest HOUSE episode I have seen to date. In order to treat a comatose patient, House awakens the comatose patient's comatose dad (John Laroquette) to learn more about the family. This neat trick, first used in AWAKENINGS, plays out in similar fashion here. House and the dad and a very reluctant Wilson end up going on a road trip to Atlantic City. Laroquette is one of those actors who blows extremely hot or cold, depending on the role and director. Here, he blows icy, and is just not very interesting as a dad who has awakened from a 10-year sleep. Also, for all the philosophical yammering that goes on, not much of anything is accomplished by having awakened dear old dad. We sit around a hotel room with the three men, arguing over a hoagie and House's love life; in the end, no one eats the hoagie and House's love life doesn't change a whit. The ending is so preposterous and inexplicable, I was tempted to turn it off. Well, as House has previously proved, you can't win them all. Cuddy and the House trio are wasted. Evil cop David Morse is still causing trouble.


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