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At the beginning of the episode, Coma Guy's hand repeatedly moves when House takes and replaces his drink cup.
When Rebecca is in the bus in the beginning her sweater is blue, but when she talks to her friend and the children it is green.
House states that it is 12:52 p.m. and he asks if there is a TV handy because in eight minutes General Hospital would begin. However his claim would mean that the soap starts at 1 p.m. but since House is set in New Jersey, the soap would actually air at 3 p.m.
It is strange that the doctors would have tracheotomy tools near the MRI scan room because of the incredibly strong magnet that is used to take the pictures. They would have to be special - no ferrous metal in them.
The bandages from Rebecca's tracheotomy are placed too high after the tube is removed.
Rekha Sharma's name is misspelled "Reika" in the closing credits.
House has changed his shoes in the time between when Wilson finds him hiding out in the clinic and during the DDX. At both points he has his feet up and you can see the soles are different.
When House is examining the patient in the clinic with the infected knee, he notes that the man is from Maplewood, NJ, and asks him why he's driven 70 miles to Princeton (ultimately correctly deducing that the man has sued every hospital and doctor in and around Maplewood). It's actually only about 40 miles from Maplewood to Princeton (or Plainsboro).
In the lacrosse match in the opening moments, there is a flipped shot and the name TARTANS was displayed mirrored.
During the opening scene where the couple is shown supposedly having sex, you can see that Brandon is still wearing his shorts.
In the scene where the team is working on the baby boy, Chase keeps saying that the baby has gone into ventricular-fibrillation or v-fib, which is when the heart is disoriented to the point where the blood won't flow properly, when is goes into view of the heart the heart is stopped. That is called asystole, not ventricular fibrillation.
At the beginning, when the baby first starts spitting up, and the parents say she hasn't eaten anything yet and there's nothing to spit up. Yet later when House presents the case, he says the baby was 36 hours old when it started spitting up. Babies are fed well within 36 hours of their birth.
While generating a list of possible viruses that are causing the disease in the newborns, Wilson reports that ribavirin, the first-line antiviral for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), was ineffective, which should rule out RSV as the likely cause of the present illness. But Cuddy eliminates herpes virus instead, and later on RSV is actually added to the list.
When House and his team are listing viruses that might be causing the infants' infection, they rule out the herpesvirus family, but cite cytomegalovirus as a possibility. Cytomegalovirus is a member of the herpesvirus family (human herpesvirus 5).
Dr. House very clearly states the date: December 2, 2004. But in the last scene, when he tells the doctors he will deliver a baby in March, one of the doctors exclaims "That's five months from now!" Even the end of March is only four months after the beginning of December.
Trivia: Dr. Chase's mother has been dead for ten years.
Dr. House is listening to a patient's heart with a stethoscope. However as the shot cuts to his face you can see the stethoscope is not in his ears.
Dr. Foreman refers to a patient's "eophinosil" count. The word he's after is "eosinophil" (a type of white blood cell).
As House says "Of course it's the alcohol," he's holding up the newspaper in front of him. When the shot instantly cuts to Bergin and Luke looking at him, the paper is in his lap.
Trivia: Contrary to most episodes, Cameron makes the final diagnosis instead of House.
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