10: Heavy - House and team investigate
when an overweight ten year old has a heart attack.
9: House Training - I was surprised that
I liked this episode as much as I did. A scam artist loses her ability to
make decisions. While House and the team struggle to find the underlying
cause, the case becomes personal for Foreman. It seems lame, but the
results of people's decisions make it much more interesting.
8: No Reason - This, as Season two's
finale, confused me in so many ways. As House and his team are working on
the diagnosis of a man with a swollen tongue, the husband of a former
patient walks into House's office and shoots him. House and the
shooter are then contained to the same ICU, where House continues to work on
the man's case. Things get stranger as many of House's theories turn out to
7: Acceptance - House is brought in for
a consult on a death row inmate with odd symptoms. Cameron believes the
hospital's resources would be better spent on a young, terminal cancer
6: Airborne - Anything with airplanes
usually interests me, so when I found out a House episode would take place
on an airplane, I was excited. It seemed a bit implausable but still fun
none the less. House and Cuddy face a widespread outbreak on their plane
back from a symposium in Singapore while Wilson and the team treat a woman
with constant seizures.
5: House vs. God - The title in itself
is intriguing. House is itching to call a 15-year-old faith-healer's bluff,
but when the boy is admitted into the hospital, he touches a cancer patient
and causes the cancer to go into remission. Miracle or purely science? Also
contains some of my favorite House-isms.
4: Son of a Coma Guy - What would you do
if you were woken up from a coma and had only a day to live? House decides
to awaken a comatose patient so he can question the man regarding the family
history of his son, who may have a genetic condition and the father is the
only living relative. House, Wilson and the Coma Guy also go to the Jersey
shore in search of a hoagie while House questions the patient.
3: Pilot - The start of it all. A
29-year old preschool teacher collapses in her classroom from a
seizure. She is taken to Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, where House
and his team of experts grapple to solve the mystery. Everybody lies, no?
2: House's Head & Wilson's Heart -
Possibly my two favorite episodes in the series. House finds himself dazed,
confused and covered in blood after surviving a bus accident that left
dozens seriously injured. Unable to clearly recall the events leading up to
the crash due to his head injuries, House becomes convinced through his
flashbacks that a fellow bus passenger was exhibiting signs of a deadly
illness prior to the crash. The ending to season four is incredibly sad and
one that I definately did not see coming. Highly recommend!
1: Three Stories - House gives a lecture
to medical students about diagnosing patients and presents three patients
that have three different reasons for their leg pain. While this episode
happened early on in the series, this was one of the last episodes I watched
(started watching in season three). It was nice to finally have some
background on House and his condition.
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