House M.D. (2004–2012)
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Fools for Love 

A husband and wife being treated cause Foreman to ponder the strength of true love, and House abuses one too many patients with potentially devastating repercussions.

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Tracy (as Jurnee Smollett)
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Nurse Wendy
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A husband and wife being treated cause Foreman to ponder the strength of true love, and House abuses one too many patients with potentially devastating repercussions.

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31 October 2006 (USA)  »

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"Time to make the doughnuts..." This line is from a popular old Dunkin' Donuts commercial, in which a tired employee is getting up at 2 a.m. in the morning to go into work, muttering the line to himself groggily. See more »

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When House is pulled over the detective remarks that his pupils are dilated, therefore he suspects House to be under the influence of a narcotic. Vicodin actually causes pinpoint pupils. See more »

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Dr. James Wilson: [after House acts rude towards him and Wendy] Why so rude?
Dr. Gregory House: You sprinted through three bad marriages, into an affair with a dying patient, now a naughty nurse? How many more failed relationships are we both going to have to deal with before you learn to love yourself? And I mean that in a literal way.
Dr. James Wilson: It's amazing how you can not only know it's a relationship, but that it's a bad relationship based on nothing but nothing.
Dr. Gregory House: I know you.
Dr. James Wilson: I'm not with her. Not even trying.
Dr. Gregory House: You're lying to me. That's ...
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References Fool for Love (1985) See more »

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Walter Reed
Written and Performed by Michael Penn
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Odd episode
18 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

I watched most of this episode, but I need to see it again. A husband and wife arrive with some very odd ailments, and House has a heckuva time sorting this one out. The ending is a shocker, at least for someone like moi who never figures out twist endings (except for THE SIXTH SENSE). As I said, I will need to see this one again. I may be off, but this may be the episode that introduces David Morse as House's latest nemesis. On the other hand, that might be the next episode. Morse really brings some pizazz to the series as a cop that House needlessly humiliates, and who decides to humiliate -- nay, crush -- House in return. Morse, you may recall, was a fuzzy-cheeked intern in the very first adult-oriented prime time hospital drama, ST. ELSEWHERE. That was a long time ago. Most of you weren't even born yet.


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