Ezra Powell, a renowned pioneer in the field of medical research, collapses in his lab. House is struggling after the ketamine treatment wore off and doesn't want to talk about it. When the team put Ezra through rigorous diagnostic tests and don't come up with anything conclusive Ezra demands the team to help him end his life. Now the team goes through twists and turns of the moral dilemma of ignoring his wishes or to assist in his suicide and abide by Ezra's wishes.
Did You Know?
The wall clock in the MRI room is labeled 'Stoia Tucker', which is also the pharmaceutical company in House M.D.: TB or Not TB
(2005) (Most likely from Chris Stoia
, first assistant director on the show.) See more
When House is about to inject morphine into Powell's body, the amount of morphine in the syringe changes between the shots. The syringe is half-full when House is shot from the front, and only a quarter full when he is shot from behind his left shoulder. See more
Dr. Gregory House
You do know that you can't really pierce me with your stares.
References Pulp Fiction
Written & Performed by Mazzy Star
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