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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 refers to the CEO of the advertisement company as "Don", a reference to Jon Hamm's character in Mad Men. 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. Hourani: I must be in the midst of a Complex Partial Seizure because I know you are *not* sitting at my desk.
Dr. Gregory House: Sorry. Ran out of lotion in mine.
Dr. Hourani: Get the Hell out of here!
Dr. Gregory House: Can't. This is the only place left that Cuddy would never look for me. Still haven't found what I'm looking for yet.
Dr. Hourani: I can tell what you're about to find is my foot in your ass!
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References Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) See more »

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"De anima" (and re-animation)
25 February 2011 | by (Posaimrarka) – See all my reviews

It's pretty obvious that after 7 seasons this series is running out of ideas. So it makes a good feeling to see something refreshing here, even though we've already seen non-linear episodes so far. The refreshing thing is the irony and distance to itself the series is trying to maintain. When the formula gets old questions come on people's minds: why to bother, why to watch, why to listen? Now in this episode House is forced into telling his story: he speaks, because of some reason people want him to (as the metaphor unfolds, the same goes with making new episodes). What is more, in this theme of storytelling we are even provided reasons why the series is superior to other series (allusions to MAD MEN, for instance). And, last but not least, all you Americans, please stop so desperately looking for realism (for instance, 'why are the children so smart?'), because it's only a mask of reality and try to read through it. Art is good when you have to read between the lines. And, yes, 'House MD' is art.


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