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House participates in a school's Career Day and breaks a few rules by sharing explicit medical stories. Waiting outside the principal's office, he meets two fifth-grade students who assess House's relationship woes and try to help him understand how his selfish antics get in the way of showing Cuddy how he really feels. Written by Fox Publicity

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In homage to another famous detective, criminal rather than medical, House's ID that he shows to the school's Principal displays his address as 221 Baker Street, Apartment B. Sherlock Holmes' address is famously 221b Baker Street. See more »

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Masters comments that the patient's roommates were Computer Science majors and theorizes that they may have been fabricating computer chips. Computer Science majors write software; many have never touched the inside of a computer. See more »

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Dr. Gregory House: [House talks his story to Colleen and Zach] She recently got the thin envelope from her first choice preschool. But it turns out, it was her fake first choice because she was convinced she couldn't get her kid into her actual first choice without a substantial donation or an inside connection.
Sanford Wells: If it's Brye Park, I'm afraid she's right.
Zachary Taylor: Wait, that's our school.
Colleen: What other school would he be talking about?
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Colleen: Just finish the story.
Dr. Gregory House: You know, I gotta tell you, there's bossy, which can be ...
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References A Few Good Men (1992) See more »

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For those who understand
14 April 2011 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Firstly, I am not American and secondly I love house. Except for that children starting to sound like adults, I don't see anything wrong with this episode. What astonished me is not the medical mystery. But rather the carefully plotted theme. Firstly, I laughed my brains out by the pulp fiction thing.Also the way director transfer each line from a child to a team member. I think I really appreciate the arguments raised behind this story. Especially, how house got into this situation and why does he use a fake name. The storyline is perfect and makes a lot sense which is much much better than most of the thrillers these days. It also revolves around the classical topic about everyone telling lies. How kids present the argument which should has been raised by an adult. I believe that the relationship piece also make a lot of sense to those who was in the exact situation before. All in all, excellent direct and excellent sty telling.


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