Well-known performance artist Afsoun Hamidi is admitted to the hospital, but when the team learns that her symptoms may have been self-inflicted as part of a documentary for her latest performance piece, they begin to question whether treatments are necessary and if they are unwittingly participating in the creation of a piece of her art. Meanwhile, a situation prompts House to do something that could change his relationship with Cuddy and Wilson permanently. Written by
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The patient, Afsoun Hamidi, is loosely based on the real performance artist Marina Abramovic whose work Rhythm 0, 1974 is portrayed here. See more
In the scene Rachel calls Taub, there was no service sign in the phone and also the phone shouldn't open home page and in the home page there was an application that allows to fake call. See more
But this is a puzzle tailor-made for you. You don't know which of my symptoms are real, which are fake and which ones I'm not even telling you about. I know that intrigues you. Do you really want to end it now?
Dr. Gregory House
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