House's Amber hallucination becomes more aggressive as sleep deprivation takes its toll endangering a patient, and Chase's bachelor party ends in the emergency room.

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House's sleep deprivation is beginning to take its toll. He's constantly hallucinating Amber and even needs "her" to come up with ideas to find out what's wrong with a deaf wrestler who during a match started "hearing" loud explosions. Meanwhile, House prepares Chase's bachelor party, complete with strippers and lots of alcohol. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Drama | Mystery

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27 April 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Ryan Lane also appears as a deaf boy in an episode of the TV show "Cold Case". See more »

Goofs

At activation of Seth's cochlear implant, various ambient sounds are depicted that he can suddenly hear. This plus various statements inferring that an implant would make Seth hearing gives a false impression of what a CI can do. While it gives someone a sense of hearing, the result is far from what a person with typical hearing can hear. Try listening to a CI simulator audio clip and see if you can recognize sounds. Seth would remain deaf even after a CI. Yes, he would be able to hear some, but it would not make him a hearing person nor cure his "handicap", as House put it. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Gregory House: [to Thirteen] You're not on the guest list. Bachelor parties are an ancient sacred male rite of passage.
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Connections

References He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) See more »

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Fight the Power
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Performed by Public Enemy
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Absolute perfection
28 April 2009 | by (Slovenia) – See all my reviews

After the last episode in was hoping to myself that this one won't be a dud. I was so wrong. This has to be one of the best episodes of House I have ever seen. The humor, the plot and those small interactions between actor were just like the old days. This is s bit of a spoiler, but when Wilson talks and says to Chase ''Have you ever seen Caligula?'' threw me of my chair in laughter. I'm really happy for the show that it's back on the right track. A certain member of the cast is back in a interesting role, which just makes it more and more appealing. The problems with the patient were also a key part of the whole plot line and it makes for a fantastic episode in my opinion. My hopes are that all of this continues in the next episode! =)


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