House M.D.: Season 4, Episode 11

Frozen (3 Feb. 2008)

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When a researcher at a South Pole base becomes ill, House must diagnose the case at a distance. Meanwhile, House tries to find out who Wilson is dating, and his new staff tries to get him cable.

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When a researcher at a South Pole base becomes ill, House must diagnose the case at a distance. Meanwhile, House tries to find out who Wilson is dating, and his new staff tries to get him cable.

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This episode is vaguely based on a true story of doctor Jerri Nielsen, who, in 1998-1999, during a winter-over stay at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, found out she had breast cancer. Nielsen teleconferenced with doctors in the United States, and had to operate on herself in order to extract tissue samples for analysis. See more »

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Even at temperatures around minus 50 or 60 blood doesn't stop faster because of freezing. And neither does the "glue" the doctor uses in the opening scene to fix the wound. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: [to all 3 of his staff] There's only one thing you can say to keep me from firing you!
Thirteen: Cameron wasn't fired.
Dr. Gregory House: Wrong!
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References Snow Dogs (2002) See more »

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Tasty freeze
9 February 2008 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

A researcher (Mira Sorvino) falls deathly ill while working at the South Pole, and House must find a way to save her via laptop communications. House also falls for her -- who wouldn't? -- during their long distance conversations. The solution was kind of silly, as the solutions on this show often are, but the real fun is in watching the interplay between these two hard-headed individuals. There is a moment when Sorvino's lung collapses and she must take drastic action, that will have many people averting their eyes. A skull-drilling bit may have the same effect. There's also a pee-drinking scene, but it's played for laughs, more or less. Lots of fun to be had here, kiddies.


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