House is without a team, but is unfazed by it. Cuddy and Wilson both try to get him to hire a new team, but Huse argues he doesn't need a team. Cuddy presents him with a case of a woman caught in an collapsing building, and challenges him to diagnose her on his own, without help, before the day is through. House accepts, hijacks a janitor to serve as soundboard, and diagnoses the woman. Once treatment is started, new symptoms arise. Everytime House diagnoses a new problem, another crops up. The woman's boyfriend and mother seem to have no idea about what went on in her life. They claim she was a happy young woman, but House can prove she was on anti-depressants when he finds her diary. They are sure she was no drinker, but House proves she was a heavy drinker. The boyfriend claims they wanted children, but House finds evidence of at least one abortion, and traces of anti-conception medication. When she proves to be allergic to a drug she has recently taken without problems, House ...
Did You Know?
Wilson says that House hired a team 3 years ago. However, only Foreman was hired at that time (3 days before the series started) while Cameron was already working for House for 6 months and Chase for even longer than that. Moreover, it was mentioned at some point in the early seasons that there were other members to House's team before the original three. See more
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
How'd you know it was me?
Dr. Gregory House
There's a scent given off by wounded, feral cats.
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