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"House M.D." Body and Soul (2012)

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Original Air Date:
23 April 2012 (Season 8, Episode 18)
The team analyzes the significance of dreams. | Full synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Stefan Schwartz 
Writing credits
David Shore (created by)

Dustin Paddock (written by)

Produced by
Paul Attanasio .... executive producer
Eli Attie .... co-executive producer
Peter Blake .... executive producer
Geoffrey Colo .... producer: New Media
David Foster .... co-executive producer
Liz Friedman .... co-executive producer
Russel Friend .... executive producer
Sara Hess .... supervising producer
Seth Hoffman .... supervising producer
David Hoselton .... supervising producer
Julie Hrebec .... associate producer (as Julie A. Hrebec)
Katie Jacobs .... executive producer
Marcy G. Kaplan .... producer
John C. Kelley .... co-executive producer
Hugh Laurie .... executive producer
Garrett Lerner .... executive producer
Kath Lingenfelter .... supervising producer
Thomas L. Moran .... executive producer
Allen Marshall Palmer .... co-producer
David Shore .... executive producer
Bryan Singer .... executive producer
Gerrit van der Meer .... co-executive producer
Greg Yaitanes .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jason Derlatka 
Jon Ehrlich 
Cinematography by
Anthony Gaudioz (director of photography) (as Tony Gaudioz)
Gale Tattersall (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Chad Mochrie 
Casting by
Amy Lippens 
Janelle Scuderi 
Production Design by
Jeremy Cassells 
Art Direction by
Natalie Weinmann 
Set Decoration by
Amy Wells 
Costume Design by
Cathy Crandall 
Makeup Department
Brigitte Bugayong .... key makeup artist
Dalia Dokter .... special makeup effects department head
Marianna Elias .... makeup department head
Ketty Gonzalez .... hair stylist
Robert C. Mathews III .... hair stylist
Wendy Southard .... key hair stylist
Mel Stetson .... hair department head
Production Management
Elisabeth James .... production supervisor (as Elisabeth James Rhee)
Gerrit van der Meer .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gary Cotti .... second second assistant director
Vince Duque .... first assistant director
Samantha Luu .... day player additional second assistant director
Yuko Ogata .... key second assistant director
Christine Danahy .... additional second assistant director (uncredited)
Allison Rushton .... additional second assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Michael A. Casey .... property master
Eddie Grisco .... property master
Stephen Howard .... construction coordinator
Trey Howard .... assistant property master
Simon Knights .... video graphics artist
Thomas Lauifi .... construction general foreman
Mike Lytle .... painter
Keith Sale .... leadman
Jackson Beale .... gang boss (uncredited)
Clete Cetrone .... propmaker/gangboss (uncredited)
Tammie Childress .... assistant props (uncredited)
Jacqueline Glynn .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Emily Nietzel .... set dec assistant (uncredited)
Jill Rolie-December .... buyer (uncredited)
Dan Tanger .... lead painter (uncredited)
Jamie Walker McCall .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Joe DeAngelis .... sound re-recording mixer
Luis Galdames .... sound effects editor
Yervant Hagopian .... utility sound technician
Brad North .... supervising sound editor
Von Varga .... production sound mixer
Tiffany S. Griffith .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Harry Woolway .... foley editor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Francesco Panzieri .... digital compositor: Encore Hollywood
Nick Sinnott .... tracking artist
Elan Soltes .... visual effects supervisor
Tom Kendall .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Kelli Barksdale .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Lloyd Barcroft .... key grip
Hector Javier Canales .... Rigging grip
Donald Carlson .... first assistant camera
Robert C. Carlson .... camera operator (as Rob Carlson)
Bernie Druckman .... video coordinator
Paul Janossy .... first assistant camera
David Labreche .... rigging grip
P. Scott Sakamoto .... camera operator
Dan Urbain .... camera operator
Zoe Van Brunt .... loader
Gary A. Williams .... dolly grip
Monty Woodard .... chief lighting technician
Daniel Bracamonte .... best boy electric (uncredited)
Blaise Dahlquist .... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Anthony Huljev .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Roberto Schein .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jesse Lafferty .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Dodson .... costume supervisor
A. Hoffman Matthew .... set costumer
Brenda M. Ware .... key costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Gareth Cook .... final colorist
MacKenna Dixon .... post-production assistant
Rhett Finch .... assistant editor
Daphne Raves .... post-production coordinator
Location Management
Nancy Haecker .... location manager
Stevie Nelson .... key assistant location manager
Music Department
Michael Baber .... music editor
Gary Calamar .... music supervisor
Jon Ehrlich .... composer: theme music
Lynn Grossman .... music supervisor
Marc Hallisey .... assistant composer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Steve De Leon .... transportation coordinator
Mark Landin .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Kyle Arrington .... researcher
Bobbin Bergstrom .... medical advisor
Ryan Burke .... first assistant accountant
Jon Cohoe .... production accountant
Jamie Conway .... assistant to executive producers
Jareth Costello .... second assistant accountant
Jamie Feldman .... production coordinator
Ira Hurvitz .... script supervisor
Harley Liker .... medical technical advisor (as Harley Liker M.D.)
Don McNeill .... main title
Dustin Paddock .... script coordinator
Lisa Sanders .... medical technical advisor (as Lisa Sanders M.D.)
John Sotos .... medical technical advisor (as John Sotos M.D.)
Lalida Sujjavasin .... assistant production coordinator (as Lalida Kitagawa)
Danny Weiss .... assistant to executive producers
David Wong .... assistant to executive producers
Jessica Young .... assistant to executive producers
Lindsay Zappala .... assistant to executive producers
Liz Alper .... assistant to the writers (uncredited)
Jennifer Danolfo .... assistant to producers (uncredited)
Derek Oishi .... key set production assistant (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David Shore  creator

Makeup Department
Miia Kovero .... key hair stylist (season 1)
Art Department
Mark Pallatt .... set dresser (season 2)
Visual Effects by
James Lima .... visual effects supervisor: pilot episode
Greg Tsadilas .... CG supervisor (multiple episodes)
Other crew
Jim Vickers .... fight choreographer
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Additional Details

44 min
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M (dvd rating)

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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Body And Soul, 9 May 2014
Author: FanScribbles from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This episode holds promise. A strange medical condition, unique to a small culture within the population: classic House. And a damn shame it's coming too late. So this kid (a really cute kid, by the way) belongs to a small culture with a history of unexplained deaths. After arriving at the hospital, the kid speaks a language he's never heard, a pig is found slaughtered in the kid's bedroom, and the grandfather believes in spirits and that the kid's soul has been stolen from him. And he has bruises from his dream! Excellent! And then he levitates over his hospital bed? Even more excellent! On the personal front, things continue to evolve between House and Dominika. Of course House would throw away Dominika's INS approval. He doesn't want her to leave, because maybe he's starting to like her for real. And somehow, the writers have managed to endear Dominika to us. I actually found myself rooting for her with House. The more we learn about her, the more we understand she can actually match wits with House on many levels. So naturally, he screws it up, and she gets wise to his game. And of course he would let her go. What the hell is going on between Chase and Park? First they're friends, then there is some hint of attraction on Park's part, then they're more like siblings, then back to attraction? What happened to Chase's interest in Adams? The schizophrenic love interests scream of the writers' pathetic attempts to drum up personal drama between the characters. It's annoying, and very boring. And Wilson, the oncologist, has cancer? How poetic. Is this really the direction to take? This makes me seriously worry about the way this show will end.

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