House M.D. (2004–2012)
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No More Mr. Nice Guy 

House encounters a patient who is too nice for his own good, which is a bigger problem than his emergency room diagnosis; and House competes with Amber for Wilson's attention.

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Dr. Lisa Cuddy
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Dr. Eric Foreman
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Dr. Chris Taub
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Dr. Lawrence Kutner
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House encounters a patient who is too nice for his own good, which is a bigger problem than his emergency room diagnosis; and House competes with Amber for Wilson's attention.

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Drama | Mystery

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Trivia

Episode title is a Alice Cooper's song name. In the song, the nice guy is also considered as sick. See more »

Goofs

When House and Dr. Robert Chase are bowling, just before House leaves, Chase bowls a strike. But when Chase looks around for House you can see the pin-setter lifting 3 pins in his lane. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: So syphilis prevents domestic violence? I'm gonna be even more attractive to the ladies.
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References The L Word (2004) See more »

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Everyday People
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Written by Sly Stone
Performed by Sly and the Family Stone
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Not House at his best
29 April 2008 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

House is in open war with Amber in NO MORE MR. NICE GUY, but the episode drags and House is way beyond his normal curmudgeonly self. After awhile, in fact, you wish he'd just disappear. While House and Amber duke it out, Wilson stays largely silent and Cuddy ends up playing referee. The patient this time around is a middle-aged man afflicted with being too nice, which House figures has to be due to a disease. No one can be that nice without being sick, he reasons. The man is married to one of the hospital nurses, played by an amazing actress (I think she is Bobbie Bergstrom) whose face in several closeups reveals an astonishing range of changing emotions. The episode falls flat all too quickly, however, and all I can think of is perhaps different writers may have been involved. Who knows? Maybe it's the director's fault. For those who have missed the old team, by the way, they play a bigger role in this episode. It's funny to see Cameron and her lookalike, 13, sitting near each other in a couple of scenes as they simultaneously try to figure what's wrong with their patient -- and House.


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