House M.D.: Season 5, Episode 8

Emancipation (18 Nov. 2008)

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The team tries to treat a patient who keeps lying to them, and Foreman exerts some independence.

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The team tries to treat a patient who keeps lying to them, and Foreman exerts some independence.

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This episode was dedicated to the memory of Robert L. Stover, who had passed away from pancreatic cancer on October 3, 2008. He worked behind the camera as a set decorator. See more »

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Foreman and Kutner caught Sophia lying about her parents because her limbic system was active when she was talking about their death, which they said is an area involved in imagination and wouldn't have been active had she been telling the truth. This may be true of a specific part of the limbic system, but the way they said it is false, because the limbic system is responsible for emotions, which would be very active when talking about one's parents dying. See more »

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Dr. Eric Foreman: I've looked down one end and up the other. All tests came back clean. I can't figure this out.
Dr. Allison Cameron: You can't? Don't you work with three other doctors, and a grouchy gimp?
Dr. Eric Foreman: This isn't House's case.
Dr. Robert Chase: [pause. Chase takes the folder] Just so you know, whatever you're trying to prove, it won't be enough.
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References Annie (1982) See more »

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