- Episode Description
House attempts to negotiate with a wealthy patient who is planning to relocate his labor force to China. Meanwhile, Foreman chairs Park's disciplinary hearing, while Adams assesses her own ethics when she learns of their patient's relocation plans.
- Cast & Crew
Robert Sean Leonard
- Photos (8)
- Fan Reviews (7)
I finally got it!
Too clever by far...
a bit boring
It's interesting, considering how easy it was for House to get back so much of what he lost after last season, that the season took as long as it did to get his department funded.
Not as bad as this season has been. .
- Trivia & Quotes
House: You're late.
Dr. Adams: Considering I don't work here, arguably, I'm early.
House: Pearl earrings? Knee-length dress. That's not a very shameful walk of shame.
Dr. Adams: I was at a job interview.
House: I hope it went terribly.
Dr. Adams: Thad Barton? We only help rich white guys?
House: I am an equal opportunity exploiter. I only help those who can help myself.
House: Oh, you guys are going to love doctors Chase and Taub. Keep your Nazi sentiments quiet around the little one.
House: Loyalty to real estate is stupid, because loyalty is stupid.
Dr. Park: First patriotism, now loyalty. You hate ice cream, too?
House: French vanilla, yeah.
Dr. Adams: I could do $5,000.
House: Really? No backsies?
Dr. Adams: If.... you double your clinic hours. six a week. I've seen how you disrespect those patients.
House: So you want twice as many of them disrespected?
Dr. Adams: Spend more hours with them, you'll treat them more humanely.
House: And this time a land war in Russia will be a good idea.
Music: Morning Has Broken (Cat Stevens)
Canada: October 31, 2011 on Global
UK: November 3, 2011 on Sky1
Israel: January 25, 2012 on HOT3
Germany: March 27, 2012 on RTL
Sweden: September 25, 2012 on TV4
Czech Republic: December 17, 2012 on TV Nova
The Netherlands: January 10, 2013 on SBS6
Slovakia: January 29, 2013 on STV1
Finland: August 19, 2013 on MTV3
House: You were late the other day 'cause you were having breakfast with Grammy Addams or Cousin Itt.
Referencing two members of the creepy clan later known as the Addams Family. They began with a 1938 New Yorker cartoon, whose characters frequently reappeared (and evolved) over the next several decades. In 1964, the cartoon was made into a live-action TV series. Cancelled in 1966, the series went into syndication. It was later remade (twice) as a TV cartoon series and was the subject of two theatrical movies and one direct-to-video release.