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When Nicole confronts Tedd about his visitor when he was asleep, she goes to shut the door, and you can hear the door sliding. Yet, when they talk,you can see the door is open. And when she runs for help when he starts getting headaches, she doesn't need to open the door.
Trivia: A picture of Stephen Colbert can be seen through a magnifying glass in House's office after Chase talked to the husband.
In the previous episode, "Lockdown," Wilson says that he and Samantha Carr were married from 1990 to 1991. In this episode however, Wilson refers to their relationship as having begun 12 years ago, which would place their marriage in 1998.
No one checks the security tapes to see who took the infant.
Trivia: Personal Data from the file on Gregory House
Name: House, Gregory M.D.
Address: 519 Morehall St.
Home Phone: 609-555-0200
[Male] Dept: Diagnostics
Physician's name: James Wilson
Person to contact in case of emergency: James Wilson
Under medical treatment now?: No
House says that the team may have to tell Daryl to retire at the age of 21 if he cannot stress his heart. However, at the beginning of the episode, the team tells House that the patient is 22.
House says that he borrowed a flat-head screwdriver from Nora. They last left their relationship with her thinking that he was a total douchebag. It's unlikely she'd loan him anything, and even more unlikely she'd do it without wearing a bra.
Marcus tells House that when him and his brother were arrested for Grand Theft Auto, he was sixteen and Foreman was fourteen. In season one though, we were told that Foreman was sixteen when he was arrested for stealing a car.
When Glenda is talking to the NFL scout, the scout is on her left (screen right) and there is nobody on her right (screen left). However, when Daryl knocks the player down, Glenda gets to her feet and there is someone suddenly sitting on her right.
The hockey game at the end of the episode doesn't make any sense. It shows Detroit (Red Wings) losing to Toronto (Maple Leafs) by a score of 3-2 at the end of the second period. The last time these two teams had such a score between them was October 9th 2008, but it wasn't until the middle of the 3rd period that it became 3-2. The last time they were 3-2 at the end of the 2nd, was Dec 2003, but it was in Toronto so the Wings would have been wearing white jerseys instead of their home darks.
When Wilson is being prepped for his liver to be removed, a closeup of the anesthetic syringe shows an air bubble. This would have killed him.
House's team is present when he makes the $100 bet with Wilson. However, when Wilson consults them later to help with the diagnosis, they don't seem to know anything about it.
When Wilson goes to see House to tell him about his "House moment," House says Wilson's patient has right arm paralysis. However, in the opening scene, it is the patient's left arm that is paralyzed.
It is mentioned in this episode that DXM will not harm the brain if taken with a shot of alcohol. This has not been proven true.
Trivia: The tie House wore in this episode was a Hugo Boss.
In the scene just after House gives Wilson's paper at the conference, House's collar switches from being inside his coat to out between shots.
Trivia: At the beginning of the episode, in the boy's room, we can see, among all of his posters, a black and white one. That picture is from a famous Italian comic book called Diabolik. The dialogue in that poster is not even translated, it's in Italian.
The sign-in sheet to the morgue held up by Foreman was creased when he showed it to Chase. When he later burns it, the crease is gone.
In the opening scene the two bread rolls that hit the man in the restaurant come from two completely different angles so far apart that it is impossible for the same person to have thrown them.
When Cuddy snatches the Vicodin pill from the bathroom floor, House turns over to try and stop her. As the shot changes though, he is back face down on the floor and has to start getting up again.
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drug addiction, fighting doctors, hospital backdrop, isolation from society, issues with authority