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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Dr. Gregory House: Where's my prescription?
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: No more free-flowing prescriptions. Princeton PD has already forced Wilson to shut down.
Dr. Gregory House: A cop says, "Boo," Wilson shuts down.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Every doctor in this place is afraid to make a move without covering his ass.
Dr. Gregory House: You think maybe you're shouting at the wrong person? Tritter's obviously out to get me. He doesn't care...
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: You forged prescriptions!
Dr. Gregory House: Allegedly.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Your pain has become my pain. From now on, you get reasonable doses at reasonable times.
Dr. Gregory House: But I hurt in an unreasonable way.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: ...
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References The English Patient (1996) See more »

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It's not the actors, it's the writers
16 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

David Morse is probably the best actor for the job. Remember him in "The Negotiator"? The writers on the other hand need legal researchers if their story lines are to hold water. 1st strike - A policeman and/or a DA cannot freeze a person's bank account without a court order and only after a hearing that the defendant attends is held. Even if the account is frozen, money for subsistence must be allowed to be withdrawn. It's all laid out in the court order. 2nd strike - Even if House had his privileges revoked, he can still write prescriptions. Only the state medical board can revoke that privilege before notifying the DEA. A cop can't do that and the DEA can't do it without the state medical board approval. 3rd strike - Dr. Wilson can be censured and brought up on charges for leaving House alone after discovering his overdose. New Jersey law states that a professional cannot leave an injured patient alone until transfered to competent authority. A 911 call was mandated. HOUSE, MD is a stunning drama and deserves better writers.


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