House M.D. (2004–2012)
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Don't Ever Change 

A woman collapses at her wedding. She led a different life style before her marriage, House insists she hasn't changed. Wilson starts dating Amber.

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Dr. Allison Cameron (credit only)
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Dr. Chris Taub
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Yossi Mintz ...
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A former music producer who had recently---and suddenly---converted to Hasidic Judaism collapses at her wedding, and House suspects that the reasons behind her sudden conversion might also have something to do with her mysterious illness. Meanwhile, Wilson is dating a woman whose personality is a lot like House's. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Mystery

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5 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Kuttner: (to Taub) You can become a Da'Har Master. Does that require further explanation? Mentioning Da'Har Master is an allusion to the show Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The Da'Har Master is a Klingon warrior who has reached the highest level attainable in the practice of Mok'bara. Examples include Kor, Koloth and Kang who appear in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in the episode "Blood Oath." See more »

Goofs

When extolling the virtues of arranged marriages, Foreman uses the phrase 'Cut to the quick' when what he actually means is 'Cut to the chase'. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Gregory House: How's our mental Yental?
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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Waiting on a Friend
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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House and his staff struggle through an inferior script that rivals the mediocrity of "ER" and "Grey's Anatomy."
23 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

I love House, and have recently started watching it on DVD from the beginning of the series, as I am not predisposed to scheduling my day around television schedules. This being so, I have the advantage of being able to compare the most recent season with earlier seasons without benefit of easing gradually into them, which would make comparisons a little fuzzier. And I have to say, there is a huge difference between this episode and episodes from seasons one and two, which I just finished watching. It's not a good difference. I thought at first that it was just the new cast members, but it became clear by the end of the program that House himself has lost some of his edge. The banter aimed at witty, but missed. The pace was too slow, and the entire episode gave me the overall impression that the show had lost more than a few IQ points. Hopefully the sub-par writing is due simply the recent writer's strike and is a temporary problem. But I fear that the director is also part of the problem. And if it's also the cast, I'm afraid I'll probably just have to stop watching altogether.


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