Natalie Soellner, the school's laughing stock, is brought in after vomiting during a Christmas show while drugged with mushrooms by her classmates. She also has tranquilizers in her locker; even her mother doesn't exclude the possibility of a suicide attempt. However, her heart and liver results fit neither hypothesis and more secrets are unearthed. House sent himself a fake Christmas gift to test his new team, but Wilson thinks he needs to experience both sides of kindness himself but is incapable of being kind to anyone. Written by
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The book that House gets, Joseph Bell - A Manual Of The Operations Of Surgery, is real. Dr. Joseph Bell was the inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
's Sherlock Holmes, to whom this show often references. See more
Science is not about human relationships. It's about results, but you know that. You work for House. Why do you think I brought you on as my partner?
Written by Alison Sudol
and Lukas Burton
Performed by Alison Sudol
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