A Katrina survivor, presumably the granddaughter of a famous blues singer, convinces House's friend Dylan Crandall that he is her father. When the girl is brought in with a deadly illness, House is sure the girl is faking, but Crandall wants her as his daughter and Crandall won't agree to a paternity test. As House and team try to save the girl's life, House and his conscience fight over the truth vs. his friend's real desire to take the girl in.
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House: Wow--who's been watching Bill Nye the Science Guy? Bill Nye, the Science Guy
(1993) was an Emmy-award winning educational television program. Each episode, 100 in all, aimed to teach a specific topic in science to a preteen audience, yet garnered a wide adult audience as well. See more
House is pacing in the hall during a differential diagnosis, and Chase asks why. Cameron tells him House's pain is worse. If anyone should be answering this question, it's Chase, who was the first of the three to get his fellowship. The pilot established Foreman as the newest to the team, and "All In" and "Human Error" established that Chase has been there longest. If Chase is unable to read when House's pain has increased, he was even more useless than House so often declared him to be. See more
Dr. James Wilson
[referring to House's encounter with Crandall's old girlfriend
And you blew it.
Dr. Gregory House
[does reverse motion with hands indicating that she "blew" it
References Bill Nye, the Science Guy
Dr. House - Titelsong
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