Thirteen's one night stand collapses at her apartment, and her symptoms are so misleading that the diagnosis may be terminal. Meanwhile, revelation about Wilson and Thirteen occupy House.
Did You Know?
House: It was either this or put on Brian's Song. Referencing the 1971 ABC TV movie starring James Caan and Billy Dee Williams as Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers. The true-life story tells of how the two Chicago Bears football players bonded despite the competition for the same position and their racial differences, and how they deal with Piccolo dying of cancer. See more
During the initial DDX Foreman is standing next to the bookshelf as they discuss the ecstasy and dehydration. As the camera cuts to and from Foreman there is a dark blue book stacked neatly next to his shoulder on the top shelf. As the shot gets tighter on Foreman the book disappears only to reappear in the last shot of the team. See more
Dr. Gregory House
I haven't sat on this couch for four months. It remembers my cheeks.
References Touch of Evil
Cheap and Cheerful
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