Cuddy tells House she finally wants to know who he picks as a member of his team and he decides that however finds out what's wrong with a seedy, drug using rock musician gets the job. Foreman doesn't like the fact House plays this game with the life of the rocker. Meanwhile, Wilson has made a wrong diagnosis: He told a man he's going to die while, in fact, the man is as fit as a fiddle. Written by
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Did You Know?
The explosion caused by the patient smoking while using an oxygen tank would not have actually happened. Oxygen is not flammable, and thus cannot combust--it would only intensify a fire or explosion already present. The patient's cigarette may have burned more furiously, as well as anything ignited by a stray cigarette spark, but there definitely would not have been such a spontaneous explosion as portrayed. See more
In this episode Dr. House plays a record to induce a seizure in a patient, but no record or record player is seen in the room. Instead House is seen using a bass guitar amplifier and speaker cabinet. It makes no sense for the sound heard to be coming out of that equipment. See more
Dr. Gregory House
Minus five for ingratitude. No "Thank you, Doctor." "Here's a bottle of codeine for your troubles, Doctor."
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