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Mom!
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- I'm thirsty.
- I just gave you water.
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I want juice.
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It's bedtime.
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Close your eyes and go to sleep.
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Mom!
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What do you want, Clance?
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Hi, Dad.
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Go to bed.
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- Can I turn the TV on?
- TV is only for the daytime.
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I'll keep the volume down.
I just like the light.
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Go to bed.
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Dad, what if...
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What if they come to get me again?
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Nobody is coming to get you. OK?
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Go to bed. Now.
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Come on, Clancy.
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It's time to get up.
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- I guess he's already up.
- That's a first.
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I-I will,
uh, I'll see if he needs breakfast.
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Hey, Clance, you hungry?
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Hon, he's not down here.
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You sure?
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Clancy?
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Clancy?
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Where are you?
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- Sweetie, are you hiding?
- Clancy?
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Where is he?
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You're gonna be in big
trouble when I find you.
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Honey, come out right now,
wherever you are. This is not funny.
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House S03E02
Cane and Able
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Where's the sweat and the B.O.?
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You've taken such pride
in bathing us all in your musk.
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- Showered at home.
- And yet you're earlier than usual.
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Is this an intervention?
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It's a little late,
since I'm not using drugs anymore.
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I am, however, still hooked on phonics.
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If you did your morning run and showered
at home, you'd be later than usual.
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Thought of you in the shower.
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How's your leg?
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You seem to be favoring your left side.

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I was hanging down my
right pant leg yesterday.
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- Makes all the difference in the world.
- You've taken the stairs every day.
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- Did I need a restraining order?
- You slack on your rehab,
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the muscle will weaken.
And your leg will hurt again.
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Looks like the Ketamine
treatment might not stick.
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Or maybe we've made him depressed
because we're lying to him.
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- Telling him he got that case wrong.
- We didn't hurt him. The pain isn't...
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He gets depressed, he stops exercising.
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He stops exercising,
the muscle atrophies.
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The muscle atrophies, the pain returns.
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Maybe he stopped exercising because the
giant hole in his leg actually hurts.
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The Ketamine could work perfectly
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and he would still be back
on his cane popping Vicodin again.
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You can't tell him.
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He got lucky. There was no medical...
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He was right.
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We tell him he was right,
and we're feeding his addiction.
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Without Vicodin,
he's only got one to focus on.
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- Well, he's not gonna O.D. on puzzles.
- No, it's not gonna hurt him.
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But he could just as easily
have killed that patient.
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We have a tiny window of time here where
House may be healthy enough to change.
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And based on that limp,
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the window's closing fast.
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Kid is a product of an
in vitro fertilization pregnancy.
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Had all his vaccinations.
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Fractured his right ulna at age three,

chicken pox at age five...
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Did he ever get his feelings hurt?
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I'll need to know that too.
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You are 0 for 1 since you came back.
We just wanna make sure...
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Rectal bleeding plus alien abduction
fantasies, most likely sexual abuse.
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Penetration causes the bleed,
trauma causes the fantasy.
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E. R. ran a rape kit, found no evidence
of tearing, semen, or pubic hairs.
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I think we should talk to the kid.
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Why?
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In case he's telling the truth?
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You're a believer, aren't you?
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I'm just not arrogant enough to
think that of the 50 billion galaxies,
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100 billion stars per galaxy and ten
million billion planets in the universe,
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that we're the only ones with life.

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No. But
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I'm guessing we're the only ones who like
shoving things through our backdoors.
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There is new research indicating
a link between neurological problems
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- and bleeding disorders.
- Perfect.
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Especially if there
were neurological problems.
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What part of hallucinating
an alien abduction isn't neurological?
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- It wasn't a hallucination.
- What?
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- You think the kid...
- Is having nightmares.
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Nightmares aren't a symptom of anything
other than wanting to sleep with mommy.
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Which just leaves us with one symptom,
the bloody tuchus.
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Which can easily be explained by a G.
I. problem or a bleeding disorder.
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Check his coags with a PT,
PTT, and bleeding time.
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Prep him for endoscopies
from above and below.
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Gonna make a tiny nick
in your forearm, okay?
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Then I'm gonna time how long
it takes for you to stop bleeding.
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This is gonna sting a little,
so you might want to look the other way.
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Are those windows locked?
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Those windows don't even open.
They're just here to let sunshine in.
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Good. 'Cause they know I'm here.
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Clancy...
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don't bother the doctor with this stuff.
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No, it's okay.
How do they know you're here?
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They put a chip in my neck
so they can keep track of me.
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I can feel it back there.
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Clancy, you know there
is nothing back there.
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- There is.
- Let me see.
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Lean forwards.
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And they have this other thing.
And they put it...
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in between these two ribs.
Always on this side.
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And then they move it around my insides.
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- It hurts.
- You know what, Clancy?
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I think I might have
found the chip back there.
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And I think I might
be able to get it out.
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- Really?
- Mmm-hmm.
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Okay, lean forwards.
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Now hold very still, okay?
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Got it.
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I'm seven... not three.
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All you did was pinch my neck.
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Sorry.
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His alien abduction story,
the level of detail is...
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I don't know where he gets it from.
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The parents say he doesn't watch sci-fi,
he doesn't read comic books.
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Great. You do any of that
medical stuff we talked about?
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Upper and lower endoscopies were clean.
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So, it's a simple bleeding disorder.
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No. Blood tests were all normal.
And he clotted in six minutes.
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So it's a simple bleeding
disorder and you screwed up the test.
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I didn't screw up the test.
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So it's a U.F.O.
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Unidentified Flowing Orifice.
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Either you screwed up the test or
I screwed up my analysis of this case.

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If you screwed up,
I don't have to cry myself to sleep.
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It's a simple bleeding disorder.
Foreman, redo the test.
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How could I screw up
a simple bleeding time test?
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Maybe you were abducted and lost time.
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Kid's got a bleeding disorder.
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You're sure?
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I had to stop the bleeding
myself after 25 minutes.
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So you're saying Chase did screw up.
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Or Foreman screwed up.
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Big hand points to minutes.
Maybe you got it mixed up.
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Oh, snap.
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Foreman's playin' the dozens. You're at
a huge cultural disadvantage here, Chase.
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Take a couple minutes
to think of a witty retort.
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So we have contradicting
bleeding time tests.
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If we run labs to check his clotting factors, we can confirm which one's right.
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Yeah, testing. Nice idea.
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Way better than trying to
guess which doctor's incompetent.
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Looks better in the paperwork too.
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Hey, Foreman,
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your mama's so fat, when her beeper
goes off, people think she's backing up.
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Where's Clancy?
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He's asleep. He's...
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House!
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Clancy's gone missing.
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Oh, no!
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You take Alpha Centauri,
Foreman can look on Tatooine,
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and Cameron can set up
an intergalactic checkpoint.

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Let's pray he hasn't gone into
hyperdrive. We'll never catch him.
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Clancy?
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I had to go where there are no windows so
I could get the chip out like you said.
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God.
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- I can feel it, I just can't grab it.
- Clancy, stop! There is no chip.
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We're gonna clean you up and
we're gonna go back to your room.
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You can't do things like this.
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Your parents-169
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Results came back.
The lab cannot identify the metal.
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Said it might not even be terrestrial.
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- Really?
- No, you idiot, it's titanium.
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Like from a surgical pin.
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Like the kind the kid had inserted
into his broken arm four years ago.

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- Nice medical history.
- That pin was removed six months after.
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So a little piece
broke off during removal.
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Titanium is used to build nuclear subs.
Pieces don't just break off.
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Tell that to guys on the Kursk.
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And how exactly did it get
from his arm to the back of his neck?
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Body attacks any foreign object.
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Inflammatory reaction could erode it
into a vein, fragment gets a free ride.
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To his lungs, maybe. Not his neck.
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Yeah, an alien chip makes more sense.
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The real mystery is that
you didn't actually screw up.
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You okay?
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Fine. Tripped.
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Kid carved a hole in the back of his neck
and apparently didn't bleed to death.
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- Now, that's weird.
- He clotted on his own?
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Sure did.
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So first there was no bleeding disorder,
then there was, now there is not again.
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- Which is impossible.
- Or Foreman screwed up.
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Two out of three tests
agree with my findings.
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Well, lucky for us,
the fourth test will be the charm.
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So you're just gonna keep cutting him?
Until what?
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This test is different.
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We draw some blood and see if
any clotting factors are low or missing.
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But why haven't the other tests-197
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We've got three results that haven't been
consistent. One of them must be wrong.
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Or two of them.
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Is it possible the problem isn't
his blood? It's just psychological.

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- I mean, he almost killed himself.
- He wasn't trying to hurt himself.
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No... he was just looking
for an alien tracking device.
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I have time for one more.
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Don't blame you for spending
extra time down here.
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Heard the artist formerly
known as gimp is back upstairs.
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Oh, Dr. Cuddy wants that one.
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She's busy. I'll take it.
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Oh, my God. You're...
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How...
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You're okay.
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Have we met?
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I was one of your doctors.
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You were in a vegetative
state when you left here last week.
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Addison's disease.

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All I needed was cortisol
and my brain turned on like a switch.
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- This is amazing.
- Surprised
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- you didn't know.
- How would I know?
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Not quite my old self yet.
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- Baby steps, the doctors tell me.
- With rehab, you'll do great.
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What hospital did you go to?
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- How would I...
- I wanna have sex with my wife.
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And I was hoping that maybe...
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- You could...
- Viagra?
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- You're here for Viagra?
- A bucketful would be nice.
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Dr. Cuddy.
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- It's completely unethical.
- He was reckless with a patient.
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- He was right.

- But he didn't know that.
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He needs at least
some glimmer of humility.
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Why does he need that?
Because other people have that?
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Why does he need
to be like other people?
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- He needs to be less reckless.
- Well, you did it.
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He's dismissing symptoms, looking
for easy solutions. He's in pain.
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- How much pain?
- Why?
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You know this is affecting him,
don't you?
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Telling him that he got his last case
right won't do anything to help him.
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- It'll make him less depressed.
- Which might not help his leg.
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But you don't know.
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Just let me run a PET scan
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on his parietal thalamic
area to see if it's sensing pain.

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If it is, the Ketamine isn't working anymore and he's headed for a huge crash.
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If it's not, the leg pain is my fault
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and I will tell him the truth.
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00:17:19,098 --> 00:17:20,040
Too tight?
243
00:17:21,566 --> 00:17:24,010
- My parents think I'm crazy.
- No, they don't.
244
00:17:24,465 --> 00:17:26,202
They're just worried about you,
that's all.
245
00:17:26,208 --> 00:17:27,211
I'm not weird.
246
00:17:28,087 --> 00:17:30,651
It's just that weird
things keep happening to me.
247
00:17:31,028 --> 00:17:31,973
Slight pinch.
248
00:17:35,245 --> 00:17:36,393
If you make me better,
249
00:17:36,795 --> 00:17:39,041
do you think the aliens
will leave me alone?
250
00:17:39,157 --> 00:17:41,961
I don't think they're gonna
be bothering you for much longer.
251
00:17:41,966 --> 00:17:43,461
- You lying again?
- No.
252

00:17:44,855 --> 00:17:47,251
We figure this out,
everything's gonna be okay.
253
00:17:57,628 --> 00:17:58,571
You still with us?
254
00:18:08,885 --> 00:18:11,051
Pulmonary edema,
stage two hypertensive crisis.
255
00:18:11,055 --> 00:18:12,890
- What is happening?
- Wait outside.
256
00:18:12,898 --> 00:18:15,932
Get him oxygen. Start him on
an IV drip of sodium nitroprusside.
257
00:18:15,935 --> 00:18:16,881
Get them outside!
258
00:18:17,865 --> 00:18:20,773
He's in ICU.
Systolic is hovering around 170.
259
00:18:21,157 --> 00:18:24,870
I left instructions to lower it slowly so
we don't risk hypoperfusing his organs.
260
00:18:24,877 --> 00:18:28,060
The trade-off being that leaving his
blood pressure that high risks stroke,
261
00:18:28,076 --> 00:18:30,673
- M. I., and blindness.
- I'm open to suggestions.
262
00:18:31,268 --> 00:18:32,212
Solve the case.
263
00:18:33,245 --> 00:18:35,691
- Kidneys could explain...
- Kidneys are clean.
264
00:18:37,018 --> 00:18:38,811
Tell me he's a mutant/human hybrid.

265
00:18:38,827 --> 00:18:42,422
It is a bleeding disorder. Clancy
tested positive for Von Willebrand's.
266
00:18:44,126 --> 00:18:45,073
I didn't screw up.
267
00:18:45,586 --> 00:18:48,223
How could he clot on his
own two out of three times?
268
00:18:51,857 --> 00:18:53,450
- Maybe he cheated.
- Right.
269
00:18:53,768 --> 00:18:56,160
Kids always cheat on
their bleeding time tests.
270
00:18:56,167 --> 00:18:59,113
She was being metaphorical.
She's trying to sound like me.
271
00:18:59,756 --> 00:19:03,151
I have no idea what you meant, but
I could smell what the Rock was cooking.
272
00:19:03,156 --> 00:19:06,410
I meant he's clotting right
now and he's in hypertensive crisis.
273
00:19:06,796 --> 00:19:08,141
Maybe the two are related.
274
00:19:08,275 --> 00:19:10,920
What if he was hypertensive
the other two times that he clotted?
275
00:19:10,927 --> 00:19:13,591
Hypertensive crisis can
activate clotting factors.
276
00:19:13,918 --> 00:19:17,060
Someone low on Von Willebrands
could theoretically clot.
277
00:19:17,305 --> 00:19:20,230

And the first time Clancy clotted,
he was all worked up recounting
278
00:19:20,236 --> 00:19:22,901
his alien abduction.
He could have easily been hypertensive.
279
00:19:22,906 --> 00:19:26,282
I know I get worked up when I cut microchip tracking implants out of my neck.
280
00:19:26,287 --> 00:19:28,843
- Sounds like a cheat to me.
- Yeah, we get it.
281
00:19:29,755 --> 00:19:32,270
Okay, what's the differential
for seven-year-old boys
282
00:19:32,276 --> 00:19:34,270
suffering multiple hypertensive crises?
283
00:19:37,706 --> 00:19:39,951
We think the problem
is in your son's heart.
284
00:19:40,646 --> 00:19:43,551
We need to do a procedure
called a transesophegeal echo.
285
00:19:44,957 --> 00:19:46,702
Okay, and that will fix his heart?
286
00:19:46,765 --> 00:19:49,312
That will tell us where the problem is.
Hopefully.
287
00:19:50,026 --> 00:19:51,071
Then we can fix him.
288
00:20:00,388 --> 00:20:01,332
Listen...
289
00:20:02,196 --> 00:20:04,242
this isn't really part of my job, but...
290
00:20:05,507 --> 00:20:07,501

he's worried that you think he's crazy.
291
00:20:08,366 --> 00:20:09,420
Well, isn't he?
292
00:20:10,737 --> 00:20:14,033
There are still plenty of other
explanations for what's going on.
293
00:20:14,777 --> 00:20:16,970
It's important he
knows you believe in him.
294
00:20:18,618 --> 00:20:19,563
Even if you don't.
295
00:20:25,007 --> 00:20:27,051
It's clean. His heart isn't the problem.
296
00:20:28,557 --> 00:20:30,550
Why don't I have a hi-def in my office?
297
00:20:30,828 --> 00:20:31,972
I'm a department head.
298
00:20:32,487 --> 00:20:35,251
- There are no structural defects.
- Valves are intact.
299
00:20:35,256 --> 00:20:39,103
Tissue characterization is impossible
when the pixels are the size of Legos.
300
00:20:41,815 --> 00:20:43,662
See, this is what I'm talking about.
301
00:20:44,367 --> 00:20:46,391
Foreman, you gotta
steal this thing for me.
302
00:20:46,396 --> 00:20:48,093
Let me ring up one of the homies.
303
00:20:48,105 --> 00:20:50,893
The clearer the image, the
clearer it is that there are no masses,

304
00:20:50,908 --> 00:20:53,902
no clots, no tears.
The problem's got to be somewhere else.
305
00:20:55,876 --> 00:20:57,471
We're gonna need a bigger boat.
306
00:21:05,207 --> 00:21:06,251
You're wrong, House.
307
00:21:06,977 --> 00:21:10,022
Think he'll make us break
into the IMAX before he admits it?
308
00:21:10,406 --> 00:21:11,500
- There.
- Where?
309
00:21:12,287 --> 00:21:14,132
Right there. Left side. No movement.
310
00:21:16,447 --> 00:21:17,591
Well, don't freeze it.
311
00:21:18,337 --> 00:21:22,282
Something's not moving. How do you see
something not move if nothing's moving?
312
00:21:22,287 --> 00:21:23,483
I need a laser pointer.
313
00:21:23,926 --> 00:21:26,472
- We don't have a laser pointer.
- Well, why not?
314
00:21:26,516 --> 00:21:29,710
Who's gonna take us seriously
if we don't have a laser pointer?
315
00:21:30,136 --> 00:21:31,081
Right...
316
00:21:31,937 --> 00:21:32,892
here.
317
00:21:34,405 --> 00:21:36,951

A few thousand myocytes
not beating with the rest.
318
00:21:37,015 --> 00:21:38,553
So you found an arrhythmia.
319
00:21:39,387 --> 00:21:41,780
That's not an arrhythmia.
That's a no-rhythmia.
320
00:21:41,816 --> 00:21:44,160
Myocytes contract.
These aren't moving at all.
321
00:21:44,616 --> 00:21:47,761
Go get me those myocytes.
I want to talk to them in my office.
322
00:21:52,355 --> 00:21:53,402
How's the kid doing?
323
00:21:54,938 --> 00:21:56,090
Heart nearly exploded.
324
00:21:57,175 --> 00:21:58,321
Still beating, though.
325
00:21:59,208 --> 00:22:00,152
Most of it anyway.
326
00:22:02,375 --> 00:22:04,760
Why do they bother putting
age restrictions on these things
327
00:22:04,765 --> 00:22:07,211
when all you have to
do is click "Yes, I am 18"?
328
00:22:07,636 --> 00:22:09,633
Even a 17-year-old can figure that out.
329
00:22:10,687 --> 00:22:12,182
What's going on with the leg?
330
00:22:13,668 --> 00:22:15,673
First tell me what's
going on with the boobs.

331
00:22:15,675 --> 00:22:18,022
- If you're feeling pain...
- They're firmer.
332
00:22:18,466 --> 00:22:19,810
It's called an underwire.
333
00:22:20,946 --> 00:22:23,953
- I wanna get a PET scan of your brain.
- I think it's hormones.
334
00:22:23,955 --> 00:22:26,443
As long as there's no increased
activity in the thalamus-335
00:22:26,447 --> 00:22:29,422
Looks to me like those puppies
are going into the dairy business.
336
00:22:29,425 --> 00:22:33,380
Then the pain can be good.
It could be muscle regenerating.
337
00:22:34,446 --> 00:22:37,361
After you work out, you get sore.
Pain doesn't mean the Ketamine failed.
338
00:22:37,365 --> 00:22:39,163
Guess I should be saying mazel tov.
339
00:22:39,366 --> 00:22:42,163
- Who gets to pass out the cigars?
- I'm not pregnant.
340
00:22:42,328 --> 00:22:43,873
I need to get a PET scan of your brain.
341
00:22:43,876 --> 00:22:45,442
Boy or girl? You got a name picked out?
342
00:22:45,458 --> 00:22:47,162
- I'm not pregnant.
- My leg doesn't hurt.
343
00:22:47,168 --> 00:22:48,931
- You're in denial.

- No, I'm not!
344
00:22:49,895 --> 00:22:51,003
Oh, you got me.
345
00:22:58,498 --> 00:23:00,691
If I thought that
my leg was deteriorating,
346
00:23:01,427 --> 00:23:04,221
Don't you think I'd want
to take steps to prevent that?
347
00:23:06,777 --> 00:23:07,722
Okay.
348
00:23:11,207 --> 00:23:12,152
Gotta go.
349
00:23:24,287 --> 00:23:25,560
Here's Clancy's DNA.
350
00:23:27,587 --> 00:23:30,882
And here's the DNA from that
piece of his heart we just biopsied.
351
00:23:35,836 --> 00:23:37,641
That is impossible.
352
00:23:40,688 --> 00:23:42,472
- Run it again.
- We already did.
353
00:23:43,428 --> 00:23:44,720
And once more after that.
354
00:23:46,036 --> 00:23:50,130
The genes from Clancy's myocytes don't
match the genes from the rest of his body.
355
00:23:51,415 --> 00:23:52,591
Alien DNA.
356
00:24:00,015 --> 00:24:02,360
Anybody watch any X-Files
that inspired an explanation?

357
00:24:04,168 --> 00:24:07,600
There are ways DNA can become mutated.
Extreme UV radiation.
358
00:24:08,208 --> 00:24:11,253
That much sun, he'd be
dying with a healthy bronze glow.
359
00:24:11,508 --> 00:24:13,650
Nitrous acid or ethidium
bromide exposure.
360
00:24:13,895 --> 00:24:15,980
First daddy was a rapist,
now he's a chemist.
361
00:24:15,986 --> 00:24:18,613
Various species of fungus
have been proven mutagenic.
362
00:24:18,616 --> 00:24:22,762
Not unless the kid's been eating barrels
of celery or living in Indonesia or both.
363
00:24:22,838 --> 00:24:24,900
- Is your leg hurting?
- Is that question helping?
364
00:24:24,915 --> 00:24:26,321
- You're leaning.
- You're sitting.
365
00:24:26,325 --> 00:24:28,103
- You're evading.
- My head's hurting.
366
00:24:29,546 --> 00:24:31,631
Please, someone give me a plausible,
367
00:24:32,006 --> 00:24:34,862
terrestrial explanation
for this kid's alien DNA.
368
00:24:35,148 --> 00:24:38,250
We could search his home for toxins,
fungals, and radiation.
369

00:24:38,498 --> 00:24:39,791
Who cares what caused it?
370
00:24:40,276 --> 00:24:41,411
A kid comes in with a strep,
371
00:24:41,425 --> 00:24:44,890
we don't conduct a search to see which
classmate he got it from, we cure it.
372
00:24:44,898 --> 00:24:47,653
We know he's got this inside him.
Let's get a scalpel and cut it out.
373
00:24:47,655 --> 00:24:49,910
Where do we cut?
Chances are it's not just in his heart.
374
00:24:49,916 --> 00:24:51,261
We got lucky with the heart.
375
00:24:51,267 --> 00:24:54,260
Myocytes contract,
we could see that these weren't working.
376
00:24:54,655 --> 00:24:57,702
I don't know how the hell
we're gonna find it anywhere else.
377
00:24:59,938 --> 00:25:03,231
What if we take the heart cells
with the bad DNA and we tag them?
378
00:25:05,345 --> 00:25:07,671
Can you phrase that
in the form of a metaphor?
379
00:25:07,677 --> 00:25:09,671
It's the same way we search for cancer.
380
00:25:09,726 --> 00:25:12,953
The bad DNA creates a unique protein
on the surface of the affected cells.
381
00:25:12,956 --> 00:25:15,662
We create an antibody that
recognizes only that protein.

382
00:25:15,666 --> 00:25:19,311
We flush it throughout his system
and the similar cells light up like...
383
00:25:20,138 --> 00:25:21,083
lightbulbs.
384
00:25:23,658 --> 00:25:24,761
Okay. Let's do that.
385
00:25:36,475 --> 00:25:38,920
- You have to tell him.
- He said he wasn't in any pain.
386
00:25:38,937 --> 00:25:40,882
- He's lying.
- Of course he's lying.
387
00:25:41,325 --> 00:25:43,923
- We need another plan.
- Don't talk about it that way.
388
00:25:43,928 --> 00:25:44,872
What way?
389
00:25:45,566 --> 00:25:46,510
Plan.
390
00:25:46,707 --> 00:25:48,550
Sounds like we're
conspiring against him.
391
00:25:48,558 --> 00:25:50,332
- I'm gonna tell him.
- No, you're not.
392
00:25:50,338 --> 00:25:52,490
Then come up with
a cunning plan and fast.
393
00:25:57,785 --> 00:26:00,431
She's not nearly as delightful
as she thinks she is.
394
00:26:02,326 --> 00:26:03,521
What's this machine do?

395
00:26:05,095 --> 00:26:06,343
It makes a lot of noise.
396
00:26:07,305 --> 00:26:10,063
And it's gonna help us
figure out what's wrong with you.
397
00:26:10,068 --> 00:26:11,710
You think House has lost a step?
398
00:26:12,288 --> 00:26:13,232
He's fine.
399
00:26:15,748 --> 00:26:16,692
There,
400
00:26:17,046 --> 00:26:19,550
a clump of affected cells
in the bone marrow of the femur.
401
00:26:19,558 --> 00:26:21,301
Explains the intermittent
bleeding disorder.
402
00:26:21,308 --> 00:26:24,921
'Cause I don't need to subject myself
to House's torture if there's no upside.
403
00:26:24,925 --> 00:26:26,541
I'm telling you, he's fine.
404
00:26:29,795 --> 00:26:31,980
We missed some affected
cells in his heart.
405
00:26:31,986 --> 00:26:34,230
Explains the continuing
hypertensive issues.
406
00:26:34,355 --> 00:26:37,251
You said the last case really threw him.
And now suddenly...
407
00:26:37,258 --> 00:26:38,202
I was wrong.
408

00:26:38,666 --> 00:26:40,053
So you changed your mind.
409
00:26:40,938 --> 00:26:41,882
Why?
410
00:26:43,058 --> 00:26:45,860
His brilliant ideas on
this case have all been yours.
411
00:26:46,855 --> 00:26:49,051
There's the reason
for him needing glasses.
412
00:26:49,378 --> 00:26:52,273
Apparently it's a symptom.
Means the condition predates-413
00:26:52,455 --> 00:26:54,702
You don't change your
mind without a reason.
414
00:26:55,136 --> 00:26:56,083
What do you know?
415
00:26:58,876 --> 00:26:59,823
House...
416
00:27:01,436 --> 00:27:02,851
didn't blow the last case.
417
00:27:04,646 --> 00:27:06,640
Cuddy cured the guy using House's idea.
418
00:27:07,758 --> 00:27:10,553
Cuddy and Wilson are trying
to teach him some humility.
419
00:27:14,037 --> 00:27:17,082
Scan is complete. Three hot spots,
but nothing in his brain.
420
00:27:17,687 --> 00:27:19,433
House's original theory was right.
421
00:27:20,187 --> 00:27:21,463
It is not neurological.

422
00:27:23,385 --> 00:27:24,831
Is he gonna be able to walk?
423
00:27:25,067 --> 00:27:27,411
His leg should be
functional after some rehab.
424
00:27:28,687 --> 00:27:32,481
Functional? What does that mean?
He's be able to walk but not run?
425
00:27:32,945 --> 00:27:33,892
He'll have a limp?
426
00:27:34,187 --> 00:27:36,651
If everything goes well,
he'll walk, he'll run.
427
00:27:36,765 --> 00:27:39,162
He'll probably be even
stronger than he is now.
428
00:27:41,427 --> 00:27:43,871
When we close him up,
we'll move over to his other leg.
429
00:27:43,876 --> 00:27:47,223
Snake a catheter up through
the femoral artery and into his heart.
430
00:27:48,407 --> 00:27:52,473
Once the affected areas are removed,
his normal tissue will set back in
431
00:27:53,087 --> 00:27:55,952
and do its job. He should have no
more problems with his blood pressure.
432
00:27:55,955 --> 00:27:59,601
After confirming those areas are clear,
we'll start the final procedure.
433
00:28:00,315 --> 00:28:02,373
I'm gonna insert a
needle through the pupil
434

00:28:02,385 --> 00:28:04,833
and get rid of the abnormal
cells in the retina.
435
00:28:14,427 --> 00:28:15,521
Close your right eye.
436
00:28:16,537 --> 00:28:17,583
Can you see my face?
437
00:28:18,146 --> 00:28:19,563
Yeah. It's clear.
438
00:28:19,817 --> 00:28:22,211
You can throw away your glasses.
We got it all.
439
00:28:22,985 --> 00:28:23,930
Get some sleep.
440
00:28:24,708 --> 00:28:26,102
You're going home tomorrow.
441
00:28:27,195 --> 00:28:28,141
Thank you.
442
00:28:41,428 --> 00:28:42,621
You wanna go for a run?
443
00:28:43,957 --> 00:28:44,900
What do you want?
444
00:28:45,466 --> 00:28:46,410
I want you to run.
445
00:28:52,495 --> 00:28:54,093
When did you become an enabler?
446
00:28:54,966 --> 00:28:56,460
I'm enabling you to exercise.
447
00:28:57,038 --> 00:28:59,522
Vicodin blocks the pain,
you get through your rehab.
448
00:28:59,525 --> 00:29:01,832

Muscle strength increases,
and pain decreases.
449
00:29:01,848 --> 00:29:05,290
I'd rather not become dependent
on pain pills to get through my day.
450
00:29:08,207 --> 00:29:10,001
You're just like any other patient.
451
00:29:10,598 --> 00:29:13,340
Running away from knowledge
that won't make you happy.
452
00:29:13,787 --> 00:29:15,332
I'm as happy as a pig in poop.
453
00:29:15,727 --> 00:29:18,323
You're scared the Ketamine
treatment's wearing off.
454
00:29:18,376 --> 00:29:19,520
That it was just a....
455
00:29:19,828 --> 00:29:21,572
torturous window to the good life.
456
00:29:21,857 --> 00:29:23,901
What part of poop didn't you understand?
457
00:29:24,247 --> 00:29:26,842
How can you be so sure
it isn't just a sore muscle?
458
00:29:27,265 --> 00:29:28,211
It's my leg.
459
00:29:29,067 --> 00:29:30,863
We've known each other a long time.
460
00:29:34,806 --> 00:29:36,400
You're not always right, House.
461
00:29:37,227 --> 00:29:38,570
You've proven that lately.
462

00:31:17,148 --> 00:31:19,900
- What's happening to him?
- He's seizing. I need clonazepam.
463
00:31:19,905 --> 00:31:20,883
I thought you got it all!
464
00:31:20,886 --> 00:31:22,830
Yeah, yell at me. That'll fix the kid.
465
00:31:27,176 --> 00:31:30,233
Obviously we missed some foreign tissue.
There's something still in him.
466
00:31:30,235 --> 00:31:33,831
The hallucinations and seizures
indicate problems in the temporal lobe.
467
00:31:34,398 --> 00:31:36,173
Sorry, House, it is neurological.
468
00:31:36,715 --> 00:31:38,411
Looks like you were wrong, again.
469
00:31:38,486 --> 00:31:39,733
We didn't miss anything.
470
00:31:40,198 --> 00:31:42,043
The brain scan was completely clean.
471
00:31:46,748 --> 00:31:49,981
Our tag must not have penetrated
the blood brain barrier.
472
00:31:51,065 --> 00:31:53,862
Don't use an IV this time,
get it right into the brain.
473
00:32:03,845 --> 00:32:05,142
No cells are lighting up.
474
00:32:05,736 --> 00:32:06,730
His brain is clean.
475
00:32:07,707 --> 00:32:08,901
It is not neurological.

476
00:32:10,965 --> 00:32:14,611
His symptoms are neurological.
His condition has to be neurological.
477
00:32:14,828 --> 00:32:16,122
His scan was clean twice.
478
00:32:16,876 --> 00:32:18,101
It's not there.
479
00:32:21,485 --> 00:32:24,093
What if it is there,
but didn't show up on the scan?
480
00:32:24,095 --> 00:32:26,493
What if the tag just
doesn't work in his brain?
481
00:32:26,716 --> 00:32:30,121
Brain cells are structurally different.
They express a different protein.
482
00:32:30,127 --> 00:32:32,030
So how do we find it?
483
00:32:36,805 --> 00:32:37,800
Where are we going?
484
00:32:38,726 --> 00:32:39,881
I am going to think.
485
00:33:17,075 --> 00:33:18,021
Send the kid home.
486
00:33:19,176 --> 00:33:20,122
What do you mean?
487
00:33:20,987 --> 00:33:24,080
Make sure his blood pressure
is stabilized and send him home.
488
00:33:25,176 --> 00:33:28,372
- Like nothing ever happened?
- We cured his bleeding disorder
489
00:33:29,597 --> 00:33:31,961

and removed all the
damaged cells we could find.
490
00:33:31,968 --> 00:33:34,593
We don't know that we fixed anything.
It's only been a day.
491
00:33:34,596 --> 00:33:37,282
Maybe these symptoms come
and go like the blood disorder.
492
00:33:37,297 --> 00:33:39,841
It's more probable that
his remaining symptoms are
493
00:33:41,177 --> 00:33:42,121
just a nightmare.
494
00:33:42,897 --> 00:33:43,983
He had a convulsion.
495
00:33:44,206 --> 00:33:46,053
Maybe epilepsy, maybe psychological.
496
00:33:46,518 --> 00:33:47,461
Maybe nothing.
497
00:33:48,265 --> 00:33:49,663
If the kid gets sick again,
498
00:33:49,795 --> 00:33:53,641
that'll give us another clue and we'll
start searching again. If he doesn't,
499
00:33:54,077 --> 00:33:55,023
it doesn't matter.
500
00:33:56,235 --> 00:33:57,183
Send him home.
501
00:34:05,186 --> 00:34:06,130
House!
502
00:34:09,785 --> 00:34:11,532
You're just giving up on this kid?
503

00:34:13,566 --> 00:34:15,010
You gotta know when to stop.
504
00:34:15,415 --> 00:34:16,662
You don't stop.
505
00:34:16,868 --> 00:34:20,691
You never stop, you just keep on going
until you come up with something so
506
00:34:21,335 --> 00:34:22,933
insane that it's usually right.
507
00:34:23,618 --> 00:34:24,971
Except on my last case.
508
00:34:26,467 --> 00:34:27,533
Don't be pathetic.
509
00:34:28,305 --> 00:34:29,713
Just forget the last case.
510
00:34:31,046 --> 00:34:33,491
This kid obviously has
something wrong with him.
511
00:34:35,348 --> 00:34:38,392
When did you develop such
strong opinions about my patients?
512
00:34:38,998 --> 00:34:41,251
Last week you were convinced
that my patient wasn't sick.
513
00:34:41,256 --> 00:34:44,451
- Now you're convinced this one is.
- This one is a young boy.
514
00:34:44,676 --> 00:34:46,103
His parents are desperate.
515
00:34:46,475 --> 00:34:50,520
Just get together with your team,
spend a few extra hours...
516
00:34:50,956 --> 00:34:54,320
Well, I guess we could amputate his left

leg. It's where we found most of it.
517
00:34:54,328 --> 00:34:56,693
Maybe we should just remove
his affected eye completely.
518
00:34:56,698 --> 00:34:59,393
If you have reason to
believe that that might help...
519
00:34:59,497 --> 00:35:01,892
I'm not gonna start
lopping off body parts.
520
00:35:03,418 --> 00:35:05,932
But it's interesting that
you give me the green light.
521
00:35:05,938 --> 00:35:07,582
I just want you to do something.
522
00:35:08,675 --> 00:35:11,073
You've been overly
supportive this entire week.
523
00:35:12,165 --> 00:35:14,812
Well, either you're hormonal
or you're guilt-ridden.
524
00:35:15,886 --> 00:35:18,252
And it's too early in the
pregnancy for this to be hormonal.
525
00:35:18,255 --> 00:35:20,800
- I'm not pregnant.
- Then what did you do wrong?
526
00:35:29,196 --> 00:35:30,523
He had Addison's.
527
00:35:31,738 --> 00:35:33,482
Your last patient. You were right.
528
00:35:35,997 --> 00:35:39,703
I gave him one shot of cortisol
and he woke up like Rip Van Winkle.
529

00:35:44,657 --> 00:35:46,742
Oh, your mommy's in such trouble.
530
00:35:47,436 --> 00:35:48,420
She's such a liar.
531
00:35:49,428 --> 00:35:52,423
That's why you don't have a daddy.
That's why she had to...
532
00:36:00,957 --> 00:36:02,103
How does one person...
533
00:36:03,127 --> 00:36:05,181
end up with two different sets of DNA?
534
00:36:06,238 --> 00:36:09,132
- We've been through this.
- Our assumptions are faulty.
535
00:36:09,348 --> 00:36:12,400
We've confirmed two different
sets of DNA. We re-ran the sequence.
536
00:36:12,408 --> 00:36:16,102
I didn't say the lab work was faulty,
I said our assumptions were faulty.
537
00:36:16,115 --> 00:36:17,410
We assumed he's a person.
538
00:36:18,136 --> 00:36:19,082
Of course.
539
00:36:19,146 --> 00:36:21,793
The aliens didn't just visit him,
they replaced him.
540
00:36:22,426 --> 00:36:23,423
You're being silly.
541
00:36:24,248 --> 00:36:26,890
What if he's not a person?
What if he's two persons?
542
00:36:26,935 --> 00:36:29,172
- I'm not getting the metaphor.

- No metaphor.
543
00:36:29,177 --> 00:36:32,340
Chase said the mom used
in vitro fertilization, right?
544
00:36:32,647 --> 00:36:35,691
- Yeah, they had trouble conceiving.
- Kid was right all along.
545
00:36:35,697 --> 00:36:37,342
He was implanted with something.
546
00:36:37,885 --> 00:36:41,230
Back when he was young. I mean,
really young. Like 12 cells young.
547
00:36:41,648 --> 00:36:43,990
In vitro increases
the likelihood of twinning.
548
00:36:44,165 --> 00:36:45,540
But he doesn't have a twin.
549
00:36:45,545 --> 00:36:46,641
Not walking around...
550
00:36:47,455 --> 00:36:50,253
But in vitro fertilization
costs around 25 grand a pop.
551
00:36:50,377 --> 00:36:53,910
So doctors implant two to six embryos
to make sure you get your money's worth.
552
00:36:53,918 --> 00:36:57,510
The problem is, there's not always
enough bedrooms for all the kiddies.
553
00:36:57,668 --> 00:37:00,031
Two brothers get stuck sharing,
but there's no bunk beds.
554
00:37:00,038 --> 00:37:02,830
So they cuddle up to keep
warm and they never untangle.
555

00:37:04,255 --> 00:37:05,470
He's two people in one.
556
00:37:07,766 --> 00:37:08,912
It's called chimerism.
557
00:37:10,436 --> 00:37:12,031
Unfortunately, his brother's...
558
00:37:13,617 --> 00:37:15,662
like a bad doubles partner.
559
00:37:16,597 --> 00:37:18,891
The guy just takes up space,
gets in the way.
560
00:37:18,978 --> 00:37:23,290
Clancy's body thinks he's gonna put
away the easy winners, his brother just
561
00:37:23,397 --> 00:37:25,341
keeps swatting the balls into the net.
562
00:37:26,186 --> 00:37:27,780
We gotta get him off the court.
563
00:37:29,348 --> 00:37:32,991
So does that mean that you can
find the bad cells in his brain or not?
564
00:37:34,465 --> 00:37:36,773
Sure, abandon the metaphor. Fine.
565
00:37:38,886 --> 00:37:41,980
Clancy thinks differently
than his brother because he thinks.
566
00:37:42,998 --> 00:37:44,743
If we induce an alien abduction...
567
00:37:44,856 --> 00:37:46,621
Wait, what the hell
are you talking about?
568
00:37:46,626 --> 00:37:49,663
The foreign DNA has got to
be in the portion of your son's brain

569
00:37:49,667 --> 00:37:51,810
that makes him believe
that he's being abducted.
570
00:37:51,816 --> 00:37:54,490
If we stimulate those
neurons with an electric probe,
571
00:37:54,497 --> 00:37:56,991
we can trick your son's
brain into hallucinating.
572
00:37:57,095 --> 00:37:58,791
Your son's neurons will light up,
573
00:37:58,836 --> 00:38:01,110
and his brother's
cells will remain dark.
574
00:38:02,176 --> 00:38:03,722
Those are the ones we cut out.
575
00:38:04,046 --> 00:38:05,843
You're talking about brain surgery.
576
00:38:06,458 --> 00:38:08,732
I'm talking about really
cool brain surgery.
577
00:38:09,545 --> 00:38:10,891
One of your sons will die.
578
00:38:11,166 --> 00:38:13,740
But the taller one won't
be so annoying anymore.
579
00:38:15,516 --> 00:38:18,121
- So I have a twin?
- Not really.
580
00:38:18,766 --> 00:38:19,762
What's on the card?
581
00:38:20,178 --> 00:38:21,122
Light bulb.

582
00:38:21,325 --> 00:38:22,371
Start us out at ten.
583
00:38:28,016 --> 00:38:29,770
I'm not doing that.
584
00:38:30,145 --> 00:38:31,652
It was all me, kid. Sorry.
585
00:38:31,997 --> 00:38:33,292
You're in motor function.
586
00:38:33,396 --> 00:38:35,152
Try two centimeters back.
587
00:38:36,375 --> 00:38:38,271
- He lives inside me.
- Sort of.
588
00:38:41,047 --> 00:38:43,093
That tickles. Stop tickling my feet.
589
00:38:43,728 --> 00:38:45,472
You're in sensory. Getting closer.
590
00:38:46,108 --> 00:38:48,603
- What do you see on this one?
- Moon and stars.
591
00:38:50,927 --> 00:38:51,882
So...
592
00:38:52,306 --> 00:38:53,613
I am kind of weird?
593
00:38:54,625 --> 00:38:55,872
We're all kind of weird.
594
00:39:00,095 --> 00:39:01,080
No!
595
00:39:02,317 --> 00:39:03,841
- Clancy?
- We got something.
596

00:39:03,847 --> 00:39:05,492
- What do you see?
- The light.
597
00:39:05,776 --> 00:39:06,821
Here they come.
598
00:39:07,257 --> 00:39:08,281
I think.
599
00:39:08,655 --> 00:39:11,883
Brain waves indicate mild hallucination.
Neurons are lighting up.
600
00:39:11,887 --> 00:39:13,833
- Any dark spots?
- Area's too fuzzy.
601
00:39:13,977 --> 00:39:15,870
Hallucination isn't strong enough.
602
00:39:15,877 --> 00:39:16,821
Turn up the juice.
603
00:39:19,177 --> 00:39:22,280
His blood pressure's already
at 160 over 110. Any higher and...
604
00:39:22,285 --> 00:39:24,771
Riding the short bus
is better than not breathing.
605
00:39:24,778 --> 00:39:25,722
Take us to 100.
606
00:39:31,836 --> 00:39:34,250
Area's still too fuzzy
to make any kind of distinction.
607
00:39:34,267 --> 00:39:35,263
Crank it up higher.
608
00:39:35,486 --> 00:39:37,733
You've already exceeded
the pre-set maximum.
609
00:39:38,036 --> 00:39:39,332

Next step's brain damage.
610
00:39:48,018 --> 00:39:49,163
They're gonna get you.
611
00:39:49,558 --> 00:39:51,252
They're coming through the walls.
612
00:39:51,377 --> 00:39:53,222
They're gonna take you, torture you.
613
00:39:53,876 --> 00:39:55,850
You'll never see your parents again.
614
00:40:18,348 --> 00:40:19,291
Clancy,
615
00:40:20,295 --> 00:40:21,383
can you hear me?
616
00:40:22,907 --> 00:40:23,950
Clancy?
617
00:40:29,565 --> 00:40:30,602
You got them.
618
00:40:37,087 --> 00:40:38,090
We got 'em all.
619
00:40:39,197 --> 00:40:40,413
Close him up.
620
00:40:40,505 --> 00:40:42,303
Everything's gonna be normal again.
621
00:40:55,296 --> 00:40:57,190
You believe what Cuddy tried to pull?
622
00:40:58,815 --> 00:40:59,853
What now?
623
00:41:00,628 --> 00:41:01,572
She lied to me.
624
00:41:02,188 --> 00:41:05,541

She cured my patient with my diagnosis,
then she lied to me about it.
625
00:41:06,118 --> 00:41:08,511
- That doesn't sound like her.
- You're right.
626
00:41:10,487 --> 00:41:11,931
Does sound like you, though.
627
00:41:16,747 --> 00:41:18,391
What exactly did Cuddy tell you?
628
00:41:19,075 --> 00:41:22,071
Nothing that your body language
isn't telling me right now.
629
00:41:25,098 --> 00:41:26,311
So what was the plan?
630
00:41:28,086 --> 00:41:29,450
I'd feel so humbled
631
00:41:30,525 --> 00:41:31,871
by missing a case that I'd
632
00:41:32,646 --> 00:41:36,231
re-evaluate my entire life, question
the nature of truth and goodness,
633
00:41:36,368 --> 00:41:38,660
- and become Cameron?
- Something like that.
634
00:41:40,258 --> 00:41:42,053
More that if we told you the truth,
635
00:41:42,275 --> 00:41:46,330
that you'd solved a case based
on absolutely no medical proof,
636
00:41:47,338 --> 00:41:48,632
you'd think you were God.
637
00:41:50,678 --> 00:41:53,532
And I was worried your wings would melt.

638
00:41:57,548 --> 00:41:58,491
God doesn't limp.
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