House M.D.: Season 3, Episode 12

One Day, One Room (30 Jan. 2007)

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Stuck with clinic duty, House almost wishes he had the boring patients back after he encounters a young woman with an STD and the need to talk.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Older Man
Hiccupping Patient
Dr. Stone (as Michelle Gardner)
Patient #1
Patient #3
Roger Ainslie ...
Nose Patient
Kristen Glass ...
Beautiful Woman


Stuck with clinic duty, House almost wishes he had the boring patients back after he encounters a young woman with an STD and the need to talk.

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In the scene in which House talks to Wilson in Wilson's office he keeps touching his forehead with the handle of his cane. However, in the shots taken from behind House with Wilson's desk in view, his forehead touches the backside of the cane's handle. In the far shots from Wilson's desk the cane is suddenly turned around and House's forehead touches the front of the handle. See more »


Dr. Gregory House: If you believe in eternity, then life is irrelevant. The same way a bug is irrelevant in comparison to the universe.
Eve: If you don't believe in eternity, then what you do here is irrelevant.
Dr. Gregory House: Your actions *here* are all that matters.
Eve: Then nothing matters. There's no ultimate consequence. I couldn't live like that.
Dr. Gregory House: So you need to think that the guy who did this to you is gonna be punished.
Eve: I need to know that it all means something. I need that comfort.
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Uhm, were the writers taking a vacation?
1 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, I have just officially gone back and watched, in full sequential order, the first 86 episodes of House just to make sure I filled in all of the gaps I missed over the seasons and I can confidently say that this episode was the worst.

Mostly I blame the actress they chose, something about Katheryn Winnick's delivery just made me roll my eyes over and over. There was something missing in her portrayal, or maybe it was a tendency to over-act. I don't know. I just was annoyed the whole time I watched this episode, most importantly when Katheryn's character was on screen.

I don't know who the h*** decided this episode was worthy of 10 stars, but maybe they need to also go back and start from square one and follow the show from House's first snarky entrance to the screen.

I don't rate this episode down because it was 180 degrees from House's character, or for the topics and issues that were tackled- rather, just the storyline of this girl, something about it was pure nails on a chalkboard. Not even in the same sense of Tritter. I would gladly welcome another episode with such radically polarized issues- I love debate and controversy.

Tritter I was entertained and really got to see House firing on all cylinders against someone that I could really cheer House on to fight with the gloves off. It was awesome. During this story... I literally can't even explain it, except for poor execution in acting skills- not from Laurie, not from any of the main cast.

This was literally the one episode that I couldn't wait to finish. I felt trapped in my seat, held against my will. But because I'm kind I did my best to give it my best and ... in the end, it was a relief to me when it was over!

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