Cuddy comes in an examines the patient. However, the patient goes into cardiac arrest while they insert a heart. The team goes to the hospital after the bachelor party ends suddenly to figure out what is wrong with their patient — after they sober up. If there's a critical shortage, I could run home. The team soon learns the priest had been involved in a molestation scandal that caused him to lose his faith. The patient and his family start making wedding plans.
He orders for and an. House tells he criticizes his fellows to make them feel terrible because it will make them better doctors. Chase goes to the pharmacy. She's afraid she's responsible because she was rough. When they learn that the patient gave up her career as a highly renowned cancer researcher in order to pursue her own personal happiness, the members of the team question their own happiness or lack thereof. It appears that he is skipping work to spend time with his girlfriend.
House and his team cannot pinpoint Brandon's problem since there is no illness with this many symptoms. House gives a smile of satisfaction, his first instinct being correct. Cameron tells House, and he starts thinking of something. Chase attempts to build his relationship with Cameron by asking her out to get some food, but she cuts him off right away and declines the offer. She stops when Foreman comes in. But then, Brandon complains of pain in his fingers and House suddenly zeroes in on the cause. Cannon, , Marcus Chait, , , Tim Colon, , , , , , , Treshelle Edmond, , , , John Forest, , Angela Gots, , Brad Grunberg, , , , , , , Elaine Kagan, Eric Kaldor, , , , Sarah Knowlton, Alix Korey, Joanna Koulis, , , , , Phyllis Lyons, , , , Devon Michaels, , , , , , Nick Puga, , Samantha Quan, Ben Reed, , , Tim Rock, , Alex Schemmer, , , Kyle Silverstein, , Alex Sol, , , , , Jamie Tisdale, , , , Salvator Xuereb, and.
Meanwhile, Lucas continues on Wilson's trail. Wilson tries to get House to take the case, and House agrees - because the patient's isn't responding to fluids. Foreman must make a potentially dangerous decision about Thirteen's participation in his drug trial. House and the team plan to get the man into the hospital for surgery without causing any problems. Archived from on February 27, 2009. However, House writes down several other conditions and realizes that nothing covers all seven. While Wilson signs out a Vicodin Prescription from the pharmacy, He asks if House has a thing for Cuddy, but he denies it.
However, the patient's condition worsens and it becomes difficult to treat him at his home. Meanwhile, Thirteen begins to suffer serious and life-threatening reactions to her experimental Huntington's disease clinical drug trial, and Cuddy retaliates against House and gives him a taste of his own medicine. They soon find out that the man's 12-year-old daughter Joanna Koulis has also been experiencing sleepwalking spells. House comes in - he knows they were in the lab trying to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, Taub struggles with his finances and reconnects with an old high school friend at the clinic whose business successes present Taub with an entrepreneurial opportunity he had not previously considered. Archived from on April 24, 2009.
He insults the patient and guesses that she's getting fired because her glasses and teeth have recently been worked on. House tells the waiting room that he's bored, doesn't really want to treat them, and suggests to the patients that he may be a Vicodin addict. Foreman tells the parents that a will now kill the patient. His team takes on the case of a young woman Samantha Quan who collapsed while in China searching for her birth parents. The girlfriend apologizes to Chase and admits they were having sex. They start to prepare the patient for surgery.
Moran April 13, 2009 2009-04-13 12. House notes the patient now has seven symptoms. Foreman tells Cameron that Chase cannot look at her without thinking about sex. The next patient has a sore throat. Archived from on April 18, 2009. As Nick's free speech leads to some amusing and insightful comments regarding the team, he must deal with the consequences of being unable to lie to his wife and everyone else important in his life.
He still thinks the patient was poisoned by Colchicine because of the new symptom - hair loss. However, they have to cancel the surgery. Meanwhile, Thirteen participates in a clinical drug trial for Huntington's disease led by Foreman; Kutner operates an online medical-advice clinic under House's name; and Cuddy moves into House's office while hers is being repaired, much to House's dismay. After a spirited sexual intercourse with his fiancee, collapses, suffering from , , and low. Archived from on September 8, 2006.
The patient is taken to. House tells the next patient he kissed Cuddy's ass to get out of an hour of clinic duty. However, just as they are about to dismiss his case, the patient's condition takes a drastic turn for the worse, and House grapples with his past and his own personal beliefs. Foreman goes to House and says it can't be two diseases and he still thinks he's right about the virus. Meanwhile, House continues to use Lucas to obtain information about his team and to learn more about Cuddy's personal life.