House M.D.: Season 3, Episode 19

Act Your Age (17 Apr. 2007)

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A young girl is ailed with diseases that usually strike people much older than her 6 years of age. But before House can diagnose her, her brother starts exhibiting the same symptoms she was... See full summary »



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A young girl is ailed with diseases that usually strike people much older than her 6 years of age. But before House can diagnose her, her brother starts exhibiting the same symptoms she was admitted with. During all of this House gives Wilson tickets that a patient had given to him for a play. Ensuing a discussion on why men take women to plays. Wilson decides to take Cuddy and the tug of war with House for her affections begins, although Cuddy insists that she only went with Wilson as a friend. Written by Anonymous

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Bailee Madison (Lucy) and Jennifer Morrison (Dr. Cameron) both star in ABC's Once Upon A Time. See more »


At the beginning when the little boy has the nose bleed, the father's hand holding the tissue to his nose changes in between shots. See more »


Dr. Gregory House: Somebody better be dying.
Dr. Allison Cameron: Lucy's big brother has a crush on me, so he bit the crap out of Chase.
Dr. Gregory House: Not interested.
Dr. Robert Chase: Figured you'd like to know when one of your employees gets attacked by a sociopath.
Dr. Gregory House: Bees or monkeys, yes. Sociopaths, no.
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Written by Alison Sudol, Hal Cragin, Lukas Burton
Performed by Alison Sudol
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Deep in denial
23 April 2007 | by (Bratislava, Slovakia) – See all my reviews

there were several things I liked about this episode:

1. Wilson. I loved how he played House although I'm not completely sure when he was acting and when he was confused for real.

2. House & Cuddy. he was jealous and wouldn't even admit it to himself. and his invitation in the last moments of the episode spoke volumes.

3. Chase & Cameron. I loved the fact that he stood for himself. first with the case and then with Cameron. it was obvious he cares deeply for her but he was done begging. and she so hoped for him to. but the flowers idea was really sweet and the card even sweeter.

the case was quite interesting but the personal stuff was so much better. and I realized that House and Cameron are much more alike that one would think. both have some big relationship issues but where he doesn't care a bit she cares too much and none of them is brave enough to face their actual feelings. they could build a self-help group Deep in denial. not that it would help but one can still hope.

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