House (2004–2012)
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House and Cuddy are flying back to the US from an international conference in Singapore. While en route a mysterious disease strikes one passenger and an epidemic unfolds, causing House to ... See full summary »


Elodie Keene


David Shore (created by), David Hoselton

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hugh Laurie ... Dr. Gregory House
Lisa Edelstein ... Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Omar Epps ... Dr. Eric Foreman
Robert Sean Leonard ... Dr. James Wilson
Jennifer Morrison ... Dr. Allison Cameron
Jesse Spencer ... Dr. Robert Chase
Jenny O'Hara ... Fran
Meta Golding ... Robin
Krista Kalmus ... Joy the Blonde
Tess Lina ... Keo the Flight Attendant
Jamison Yang ... Peng
Melissa Kite Melissa Kite ... Sour Faced Woman
Pej Vahdat ... Hamid
Connor Webb Connor Webb ... 12-Year-Old Boy
Ben Carroll Ben Carroll ... Businessman


House and Cuddy are flying back to the US from an international conference in Singapore. While en route a mysterious disease strikes one passenger and an epidemic unfolds, causing House to diagnose in midair since they have missed the halfway mark by passing the north pole. Back in Princeton, Wilson and House's lackeys have a confusing case of what is ailing a woman who came into the clinic and proceeded to have a seizure. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

10 April 2007 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Pej Vahdat appears in this episode. He is best known for his role as an intern in Bones (2005).

The next episode contains two more Bones interns and a guest appearance. See more »


The pen House uses in the plane was supposed to be permanent, but after changes in camera angles and scenes, the penmanship changes, especially the size of the letter P, which suggests that the writing was erased and rewritten. See more »


Keo the Flight Attendant: [a passenger, Pang, looks sick] Sir, are you all right?
Dr. Gregory House: [bluntly] He's drunk.
Dr. Gregory House: [Pang vomits] See?
Keo the Flight Attendant: [asks something from Pang in Hawaiian]
Peng: [mutters something in Korean]
Keo the Flight Attendant: Does anyone speak Korean?
[no one replies]
Keo the Flight Attendant: Is anyone a doctor?
Dr. Gregory House: [sharply] Yes!
[gets up]
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There have been better episodes this season!
17 April 2007 | by XFilesChikSee all my reviews

This was a good episode but I think this season, particularly with the development of House and Cameron's relationship, has been the best! I didn't enjoy the detective episodes too much but this season has been great and I can't wait to see where this is all leading! ::crosses my fingers for House and Cameron:: He deserves love! ;-) He's just playing hard to get! This episode was interesting but I missed him and his team together! Hugh Laurie is a comic genius with his timing and facial expressions; a wonderful actor! I found the writing was well done. I enjoyed when he attempted to make his team out of random people on the plane. Well done all together but it was just missing that personal/emotional development that it seemed to be gaining this season!

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