Chase begins surgery on a physically deformed teenager but has to stop the operation when the teen has issues on the table. House and his team plus a new candidate diagnose the teen. The teen has a news crew following his story, so they follow House and his team around. The cameras bring out some confessions and other behaviors in the staff. Written by
Did You Know?
Plastic Surgeon: Tell me what you don't like about yourself. References Nip/Tuck, where doctors McNamara and Troy frequently ask their patients this question during their consults. See more
A patient with a pacing wire has his pacemaker turned off while Dr Kutner stands by holding up defibrillator paddles. Turning off a pacemaker will make the heart slow down and stop, not fibrillate. Even if fibrillation was a danger, paddles would not be used - external defibrillation pads would be placed on the patient's chest and back well in advance to avoid wasting time. See more
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Where are you going?
Dr. Gregory House
To do what I always do it these situations: treat my patient behind his back.
References Apocalypse Now
My Home Is In Your Head
Performed by Joseph Arthur See more