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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30 October 2007 (USA)  »

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This episode reunites two actors from the film "Swing Kids": Robert Sean Leonard (Wilson) and Frank Whaley (Robert Elliot). See more »

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Foreman says the patient, Martin Harris, is "copying his neighbor's symptoms". The patient board does not list an 'MH' on the 'initials' column which should be the listing for the patient's name. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: So, um, if I need them, where exactly will Dr. Foreman be keeping my balls?
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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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I see two Emmys here
10 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Best writing and best actor. Well written, but that would have been to no avail with typical TV actors. Frank Whaley's performance was exceptional. He's been two people before, but his performance here, as he becomes the people he comes in contact with, is frankly (no pun intended) amazing. Clear but subtle. His performance eclipsed the regular cast.

Only flaw in the story: That he and House weren't immediately evicted from the O.R., being there without masks! Shame on the tech advisors. But the way he instantly became Wilson, carried the scene.

As I said. Two Emmy's.


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