House's sleep deprivation is beginning to take its toll. He's constantly hallucinating Amber and even needs "her" to come up with ideas to find out what's wrong with a deaf wrestler who during a match started "hearing" loud explosions. Meanwhile, House prepares Chase's bachelor party, complete with strippers and lots of alcohol.
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Did You Know?
Ryan Lane plays a deaf teen in this episode. His deafness was from a complication of meningitis, he has played a deaf teen on the show Switched at Birth, to which one of the main characters became deaf the same way. See more
At activation of Seth's cochlear implant, various ambient sounds are depicted that he can suddenly hear. This plus various statements inferring that an implant would make Seth hearing gives a false impression of what a CI can do. While it gives someone a sense of hearing, the result is far from what a person with typical hearing can hear. Try listening to a CI simulator audio clip and see if you can recognize sounds. Seth would remain deaf even after a CI. Yes, he would be able to hear some, but it would not make him a hearing person nor cure his "handicap", as House put it. See more
Dr. Amber Volakis
You're going to ignore your own subconscious? Gonna be the limp leading the blind.
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