House's investigator gets information on everyone, which House uses to stir the pot of their lives while the team tries to cure a portraitist whose artistic view now looks like Picasso.

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House's investigator gets information on everyone, which House uses to stir the pot of their lives while the team tries to cure a portraitist whose artistic view now looks like Picasso.

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In this episode, there is a subplot involving Taub. He discovers his wife's secret bank account and then finds out that she was hiding the money so she could buy him the sports car he always wanted, but would never buy for himself. This plot device is borrowed, in it's entirety, from The Dick Van Dyke Show. The episode is entitled "Bank Book 6565696" (s02e04). See more »

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In the teaser, there is a small pillow that covers the hips of the model whenever she viewed as if from the artist's perspective; however, whenever she is viewed in profile, as if from her husband's perspective, there is no pillow. See more »

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Brandon: You gonna tell Heather?
Dr. Gregory House: Couldn't even if I cared enough to want to.
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References Trainspotting (1996) See more »

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Drown in My Own Tears
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Written by Henry Glover
Performed by Hugh Laurie and Michael Weston
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Its all about perception...................
2 October 2008 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I think we r starting to see things come back to normal in princeton plainsboro hospital. And thank god this episode didn't have those over emotional moments b/w House and Wilson.

House is back into his own manipulating, playing games, getting into other peoples head. And as I had hoped we are getting to know more about the new team {Taub}. Like we slowly did in the first season for the old team and I think its good that something changed on the show. I will say yes Foreman has become a kind of a show piece on the show.

But I think the way they r going forward with the show, we will get to see his storyline moving forward with some patient.

This weeks medical mystery was a little boring but the way it reached to an end was kind of refreshing to see. For a change it was Taub who solved the case and not a moment of genius from HOUSE as it more often is.

Looking forward to the next episode involving the really anticipated Road Trip. I hope they give us a great episode Its bad we will have to wait so long for it.......


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