When Alice, the author of a popular children's book series, inexplicably suffers from a seizure moments before an attempt to take her own life, the Princeton Plansboro team faces the challenges of evaluating both her underlying medical conditions, as well as her unstable psychological state. Unable to diagnose Alice, House becomes particularly motivated, as he's a fan of her books, and is convinced that the key to unlocking the mysteries of Alice's condition lies in the pages of her most recent novel. Meanwhile, House takes Cuddy on a double date with Wilson and his girlfriend, Sam, and makes a discovery that proves that life imitates art as the couple continues to make compromises in order to make their relationship work. Written by
Did You Know?
House calls Alice Tanner a "dirty birdie," a reference to Stephen King
(1990), in which another writer is laid up with injuries after finishing a popular series of books. In that novel, the writer's caretaker also called him that name. See more
Why can't you just let me die in peace?
Dr. Gregory House
You haven't been at peace since it happened.
Written by Stephanie Bailey, Christian Bland, Kyle Hunt, Alexander Maas and Nathaniel Ryan
Performed by The Black Angels
Plays faintly in the background as House goes one-on-one with Sam at go-carts See more