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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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House: That's what she said! Referencing The Office, where the expression has become the catchphrase of Michael Scott (Steve Carrell). It's an abbreviated version of a similar British phrase, "said the actress to the bishop," and used when referring to a sexual entendre. 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. Eric Foreman: [House talks his story in a school's Career Day] Just got a case from the ER. Rutgers student came in with what looked like acute bronchitis. But there's nothing in his blood or sputum cultures.
Dr. Gregory House: Don't you think it's time you people stop looking to the white man to solve all your problems?
Dr. Eric Foreman: His O2 sats are in the toilet. If we don't figure out what's attacking his...
Dr. Gregory House: So figure it out. I'm busy.
Sophie: That can't be true.
Dr. Gregory House: Why not?
Sophie: 'Cause if he was dying... I mean, you're a doctor.
Dr. Gregory House: Patients die every day. ...
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Spoofs Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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Children saying adult things
22 February 2011 | by (Shropshire, England) – See all my reviews

This epi was fun, but weak. In house many of the characters sound the same, they say things in unrealistic ways.

What's worse is that the same is true with children, you have (annoying) children spouting smart-ass lines. The effect is creepy, it's as if you're watching kids being possessed by the spirits of wise-ass 50 year old psycho-babblers.

The house/cuddy chemistry is still zero, as it has been for all of this season.

I still like House MD, and that's 99% because of Laurie.

Looking forward to a formulaic epi. They're always the most fun. The nonlinear epi's like this one come over as false and self-conscious.

And please, Americans, stop portraying children as little adults. It's just freakish.


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