When a teenage chess-player assaults his opponent, the team struggles to determine whether the problem is organic or psychological. Clinic Cases: Spotted sunburn.

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Colleen Flynn ...
Enid
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Doug
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Opponent
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Kyra Da Costa ...
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Dustin Joiner ...
Mark
Katie Boggs ...
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When a teenage chess-player assaults his opponent, the team struggles to determine whether the problem is organic or psychological. Clinic Cases: Spotted sunburn.

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Drama | Mystery

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15 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

As Dr. House and Dr. Eric Foreman talk in an elevator about who sabotaged Dr. Foreman's interview, Dr. House says "maybe it was Ashton Kutcher," whose character in That '70s Show (1998) Kelso, was friends with Topher Grace's character of the same name as Dr. Eric Foreman. See more »

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The amount of fluid left in the syringe after House squirts the sunburned man changes from one shot to the next. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Allison Cameron: Foreman's interview in New York got screwed up.
Dr. Robert Chase: I heard.
Dr. Allison Cameron: Foreman thought it was House, House thought it was Cuddy, Cuddy thought it was Wilson, Wilson thought it was me.
[stares accusingly at Chase]
Dr. Robert Chase: And you think it was me?
[chuckles]
Dr. Robert Chase: God, you think I sabotaged Foreman? I don't even want him here.
Dr. Allison Cameron: I know.
Dr. Robert Chase: Then why would I do...?
Dr. Allison Cameron: I think you sabotaged Foreman just to sabotage Foreman.
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References Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989) See more »

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Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
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Written by Gary DeCarlo, Dale Frashuer, and Paul Leka
Performed by Nick Lane
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5 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a very good episode. It was intense and suspenseful. This episode is a must see. It is intense just for the purpose of the kid's illness; Dr. Foreman's future with the show; House playing chess to find a cure for the young individual. All the doctors are finding a cure for this kid. They have no answers except for Dr. House. They need to find the cure fast. If they do not find the cure the young individual will die. The young individual is rude, crude, disrespectful, and it seems that every doctor does not like this kid. The kid is very smart. Does he have a personality disorder or does he have a chemical problem?


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