Cuddy tells House she finally wants to know who he picks as a member of his team and he decides that whoever finds out what's wrong with a seedy, drug using rock musician gets the job. Foreman doesn't like the fact House plays this game with the life of the rocker. Meanwhile, Wilson has made a wrong diagnosis: He told a man he's going to die while, in fact, the man is as fit as a fiddle.
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Did You Know?
The explosion caused by the patient smoking while using an oxygen tank would not have actually happened. Oxygen is not flammable, and thus cannot combust--it would only intensify a fire or explosion already present. The patient's cigarette may have burned more furiously, as well as anything ignited by a stray cigarette spark, but there definitely would not have been such a spontaneous explosion as portrayed. See more
In this episode Dr. House plays a record to induce a seizure in a patient, but no record or record player is seen in the room. Instead House is seen using a bass guitar amplifier and speaker cabinet. It makes no sense for the sound heard to be coming out of that equipment. See more
You realize we still have a patient.
Dr. Chris Taub
Don't care about the patient.
Do you care about this job more than you care about his life?
Dr. Chris Taub
I care about my wallpaper more than I care about his life.
Spirit in the sky
Written by Norman Greenbaum
Performed by Norman Greenbaum See more