Hoooooose.
May 15, 2007

* Boy knocks the shit out of another boy using a Chess clock. Then his head almost explodes. (Maybe there's a new tren with exploding heads?)

* Cuddy talked about some stuff near the beginning that I missed.

* SOMEONE SABOTAGED FOREMAN !!! Who was it!?

* Foreman was sabotaged by House, surprise-surprise. Later on, it is suggested that House ask Foreman to stay, so that Foreman has a better sense of self.

* Instead, he makes him redo his work, knowing the case is already over, and stay overnight. (Oooo, bad.)

* They feed the boy shrooms, hoping for. . . something or other. He arms a meat shank and wants Cameron to take care of him, happy ending style, I guess. Afterwards, he wants more of the stuff, then has an episode.

* Boy has a bad temper and is a general ass. Bad shit keeps happening, like fever and stuff. I hate fevers. Eventually, they test to see if he's not handling a certain kind of chemical the way he should be (can't remember what) by force feeding him stale, hospital burgers.

* The test sucked, and results were inconclusive.

* Boy gets pissed and threatens everyone in the room, then gets even more pissed and pisses on the floor. Wait, THAT'S NOT PISS!

* Well, it is, but there's a shit load of blood in it, too.

* HOUSE EPIPHANY!

* Boy's body can't handle Iron. Whoops, sorry.

THE END

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Felix_Arabia Felix_Arabia - May 16, 2007 (06:23 AM)
Dude, I actually watched this episode and thought it was hilarious when he was pissing blood. House is inadverdently funny.
shotgunnova shotgunnova - May 19, 2007 (12:10 AM)
I think I missed this episode. Also missed the new 2007 one that was on tonight. =/

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