A victim of a mugging presents with neurological symptoms and begins to mirror the behaviors of his doctors. Foreman joins the new fellows in seeking a diagnosis; Cameron and Chase takes bets on whom House will fire next.

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A victim of a mugging presents with neurological symptoms and begins to mirror the behaviors of his doctors. Foreman joins the new fellows in seeking a diagnosis; Cameron and Chase takes bets on whom House will fire next.

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Title: References Snow White, where the Queen would look into her mirror every day and say, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all." The mirror would usually answer the queen, but once Snow White is born, it says Snow White. See more »

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Right after the patient crashes all the students get up. Cole leaves his folder open but in the next shot it is closed. See more »

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Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Your team is dealing with the Great Mayonnaise Panic of 2007. I'm worried it might spread to other continents.
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References Sicko (2007) See more »

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We're Going to Be Friends
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Written by Jack White
Performed by The White Stripes
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A Whaley of a Tailey
31 October 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

Movie actor and director Frank Whaley climbs aboard as an amnesiac patient who turns out to be suffering from some ridiculous syndrome that involves mirroring whomever he comes into contact with. This makes for some pretty silly sequences involving not only House and Cuddy and Wilson and Foreman but also the Final Six. So, for instance, the Blonde Bitch gets a taste of her own selfish medicine and doesn't care for it one bit. Chase starts a betting pool as to whom House will fire next. Foreman and House mix it up as Cuddy puts Foreman back on House's team as an "overseer." The comedy quotient throughout the episode is high. Cuddy and House get into a lighthearted argument that has them this close to .. well, you know. Don't forget they're old lovers of a sort.


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