House M.D. (2004–2012)
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Under My Skin 

When all of House's efforts to rid himself of Amber fail, he turns to someone unexpected for assistance. Meanwhile, the team is left to fend for itself as they try to save a ballerina's life and career.

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A ballerina collapses during practice. As the team begins to treat her, her skin starts to fall off. With his hallucination getting worse, House cannot treat her, and asks for help to diagnose him. Cameron reveals a secret to Chase which may affect their wedding plans. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Drama | Mystery

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4 May 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Amber sings the same song which plays during the final scene of the series finale. See more »

Goofs

You could not have a crash cart, or even just a defibrillator, in the MRI room. Too much metal with that strong a magnetic field. See more »

Quotes

Dr. James Wilson: House, I'll be up in 5 minutes. Then we can talk about how you'd rather be in a coma than rehab.
Dr. Gregory House: Actually, if you could be up here in 2, that'd be really helpful.
Dr. James Wilson: Why?
Dr. Gregory House: Cause I'm about to put myself in insulin shock.
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Connections

References The Red Shoes (1948) See more »

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Yankee Doodle Dandy
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Composed by George M. Cohan
Played by Anne Dudek
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Love is in the air
6 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amber continues to haunt House, so he decides to get rid of her by subjecting himself to insulin shock, with Wilson's reluctant assistance. It doesn't work. House then realizes he must rid himself of his drug habit, and asks for Cuddy's help. The patient of the week is a ballerina who has collapsed. Not very interesting, other than the moment when Doctor Schnozze snaps at Foreman, who is ready to give up. The business with Cuddy helping House go cold turkey from his beloved Vicodin is the heart of the episode. It is absolutely harrowing. Without saying much more, I will inform hardcore HOUSE fans (which I used to be) that they are in for a real treat at the very end. A real treat.


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