House M.D. (2004–2012)
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House treats a patient on death row while Dr. Cameron avoids telling a patient she has a terminal illness.

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House treats a patient on death row while Dr. Cameron avoids telling a patient she has a terminal illness.

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Drama | Mystery

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13 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Song that plays at the end is Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley. See more »

Goofs

House's customary red and gray plush tennis ball is all red in this episode. (House may have multiple similar toys. In "Informed Consent" (#3.3) the ball is red and purple.) See more »

Quotes

Dr. Robert Chase: No lesions, no aneurysms. Ironically, the mind of a killer looks completely normal.
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Spoofs Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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Hallelujah
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Written by Leonard Cohen
Performed by Jeff Buckley
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A bit loopy
29 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

House gets interested in the deteriorating condition of a death row inmate while Dr. Cameron deals with a terminally ill patient who doesn't know she is terminally ill. LL Cool J plays the inmate. Things get a little silly when House discovers not only the cause of the inmate's illness, but also a possible answer for the inmate's deadly behavior. House has a mild dustup with the two women in his life, Cuddy and Stacy, but otherwise sails through the episode without a care in the world. The best bit of business has Dr. Wilson discovering House eating his lunch next to a comatose patient. "You're dropping crumbs on him!" declares an outraged Wilson, who proceeds to sit on the other side of the patient's bed and asks House to pass a bag of potato chips. Wilson also has a couple of tense moments with Cameron, as he reminds her to stop trying to make friends with patients. House briefly gets to watch GENERAL HOSPITAL.


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