House worries he's lost his mojo when he can't determine the reason for Cameron and Wilson's changed behaviors or his new patient's diagnosis.

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House worries he's lost his mojo when he can't determine the reason for Cameron and Wilson's changed behaviors or his new patient's diagnosis.

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Dr. Foreman states that House already thinks like is "nasty, brutish and long", a possible reference to Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) who described life in the state of nature as "nasty, brutish and short" in his book 'Leviathan'. See more »

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When Cameron explains the case, House is making a sandwich, and bites his toast's corner. In the next shot, the bite is in the other corner. See more »

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Dr. Allison Cameron: Are you teaching commitment classes? 'Cause I thought you were too busy with your lectures...
Dr. Gregory House: Lectures on that are going to be hysterical. Let me just give you the Cliff Notes. Don't try to dump him by dumping cases on me.
Dr. Allison Cameron: I told you I never wanted to dump Chase!
Dr. Gregory House: Absolutely. You wanted him to dump you! It's totally different, much less guilt. Either way you're out of reasons to avoid him. Kutner was a pretty dumb one to begin with.
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References Ordinary People (1980) See more »

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Interesting bridge to the end of the season
5 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

House Season 5 has been quite hit and miss for me so far, however this episode encapsulated the entire feel in a 45 minute segment. Ideas were well controlled, others were flying quite wildly. Some story lines were superb, others dragged for quite a long time. The patient of the week was, for once, quite an annoying character, which provided a welcome change for me, as patients are often seen as quite morally superior.

Suffice to say, the acting was as ever, up to a high standard. The ending provided a superb twist, which would have been made even more effective with some foreshadowing. Medicine was tenuous to say the least, but concluded in a fairly House-esquire manner.

This episode helped tie together the abrupt departure of Penn with the end of the season looming. 7/10 - enjoyable, not the best, but entertaining nevertheless. Perhaps Cameron / Chase scenarios were overplayed, but still a good filler for the ending of the season.


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