Foreman bonds with the patient of the week, a 16-year-old Romani boy admitted after suddenly becoming unable to breathe during a make-out session with his girlfriend. Meanwhile, House loses his parking space to a new research doctor, Dr. Whitner, and makes a wager with Cuddy to get it back.
Did You Know?
House's last line, "vini, vidi, vici," is a Latin phrase attributed to Julius Ceaser after a successful military campaign. It means, "I came, I saw, I conquered". The line is also spoken by the title character Tartouffe in the play of the same name after Tartouffe successfully invades a girl's heart. House presumably answers this to Wilson after winning his parking space back, after making Cuddy feel guilty. See more
When House is trying to put the files away in the nurses station, a file on the counter keeps changing positions. Initially, House's right arm leans on it but on the next shot the file is further to the left and it can barely be seen. Then, it moves under House's arm again and, finally, further left again. See more
Dr. Eric Foreman
[about a patient that keeps bleeding
We plug one hole and end up poking another.
Dr. Gregory House
Are we talking about the patient, or how to get a raise from Cuddy?
How Does It Feel
Written by Wayne Jones
Performed by Wayne Jones See more