House M.D.: Season 8, Episode 15

Blowing the Whistle (2 Apr. 2012)

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A patient is caught between family and a code of honor.

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A patient is caught between family and a code of honor.

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Dr. James Wilson: House?
Dr. Gregory House: Sshhh. I'm with a patient.
[Wilson turns on the lights to see the patient House is with passed out]
Dr. Gregory House: Sleep study.
Dr. James Wilson: You drugged him?
Dr. Gregory House: I didn't say the study was voluntary.
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