The team treats a fellow doctor wary of their skills -- Episode Directed by Peter Weller ("Dexter," "RoboCop").

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The team treats a fellow doctor wary of their skills -- Episode Directed by Peter Weller ("Dexter," "RoboCop").

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Drama | Mystery

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Trivia

Dr. Wilson: Julie Christie. Dr. Zhivago. Shampoo. Referencing two movies starring Ms. Christie. Dr. Zhivago is a 1965 movie based on the 1957 novel of the same name, starring Christie as Lara Antipova, the lead character's mistress. Shampoo (1975) features Christie as Jackie, the former mistress and potential true love of the movie's lead character, George. See more »

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Dr. Chris Taub: You want to lie to a guy who's favorite pastime is getting doctors fired?
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References Doctor Zhivago (1965) See more »

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Radar Love
Written by George Kooymans and Barry Hay
Performed by Golden Earring
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House Upside Down
5 January 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is all about trust. The Dr who's ill trusts House, Wilson trusts House. Their individual reasons are the fascination behind this episode.

Dr Treibar is ill, he has studied the statistics related to all doctors at PPTH and House comes out on top. He wants House as his doctor.

Dr Wilson is ill, he has 3 days before a scan that will tell him how long he has to live. He knows House is the worst friend ever but he is still his best friend. He wants House as his companion on a glory drive.

This is a story of friendship and it's rather touching in it's complex simplicity.

To say more would give stuff away but it really is an episode that made me understand why Wilson has stayed friends with House all these years.


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