While a little girl's life and limbs are in jeopardy, Tritter becomes more manipulative and House suffers withdrawal.

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While a little girl's life and limbs are in jeopardy, Tritter becomes more manipulative and House suffers withdrawal.

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David Morse was nominated for the Emmy of Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his performance as Michael Tritter in this episode. See more »

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[Around 00:09:20 and 00:16:25] Dr House convenes a court hearing to get a ruling in his favour for starting the treatment on the girl, Alice, when one of the parents favours the starting of the treatment, while the other opposes it, on both the occasions. However, in actual medical practice, the treatment of a minor patient always goes ahead even when only one of the parent consents to the treatment. Both the parents' consent is not mandatory. See more »

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Judge: Your testimony is that their child will die if I don't grant this motion right now.
Dr. Gregory House: Am I under oath?
Judge: Let's say yes.
Dr. Gregory House: My testimony is that this child might die if you don't grant this motion right now.
Judge: Literally no time for a second opinion.
Dr. Gregory House: Won't be as good as the first opinion.
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References The English Patient (1996) See more »

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I have enjoyed the show up until now but the Tritter sub-plot is harming the show.
13 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Up until this season I have considered "House" the best drama on television. However, the Detective Tritter sub-plot seems to be sapping the wit and energy from each episode in which he appears. This is no insult to the actor who plays the vindictive policeman (on the contrary, it is a compliment to his convincing performance). The problem is one of dramatic effect and plausibility: Tritter seems to work without supervision, carrying out a personal vendetta against a nationally famous hospital (whose board and administration must have some pull in governmental circles). The courts and legal profession seem to have abdicated any regulatory role as well. The writers need to take the brakes off Hugh Laurie and let his wit and nastiness have full rein again! At the very least some plot device should allow House to occasionally ruffle Tritter's calm facade (as he did to the black billionaire last year).


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