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It's unlikely that the fellows would have been able to dig up the corpse without permission to do a biopsy, as it's generally standard procedure to bury the dead in three-inch thick concrete vaults to prevent the spread of disease.
120 volts AC won't stop a person's heart if it's only connected to one arm, let alone the right arm. The current will go down the arm, the torso (right side) and out the leg. Even across the heart of a child, 240 volts won't always kill.
When House and Wilson are arguing about Stark's belief in the afterlife, House says "he hasn't been there," implying he's never been dead, but in the season one episode "Three Stories" he is actually dead for about two minutes and says he's observed scenes from outside his body, mainly of the two patients in the episode.
When Stark is dying, Jody supposedly switches the tubing that is draining his chest fluid from the full bottle to an empty one. However, after Stark dies and the camera pulls back, the tubing is still going to the full bottle.
Greta claims to be an Air Force pilot. In the teaser we see her flying a simulator. When she opens the canopy, we can see that the cockpit is from an AV-8B Harrier. The AV-8B is a U.S. Marine Corps aircraft, not a USAF aircraft.
After the patient fainted, the doctor shouldn't have used a red fire extinguisher because they have carbon dioxide, which destroys the oxygen in the air, which wouldn't be something a doctor would do because they would be trained in basic fire injuries.
Trivia: "Tesla was robbed" is written on the blackboard in the classroom.
Trivia: In promo pictures for the show's fourth season, episode 1, it was revealed that Dr. Wilson received his undergraduate degree from McGill University in Montreal, QC. He also received a degree from Columbia University's School of Oncology.
Trivia: House is wearing a Omni Peace T-shirt. On the shirt there is the continent of Africa making the bottom half of a palm, and the rest of the fingers making the peace sign.
In the scene where House discovers his guitar has been taken hostage, the plug from the amp to the guitar moves mid scene. In the shot where House first walks in, the cord from the amp is plugged in closer to the middle. However, when they do a shot showing the amp to the kidnapper's note, the cord is coming from the very first plug on the left.
Trivia: House's guitar is a 1967 Gibson Flying V's first reissue.
When Cameron goes and find Chase eating at the cafe, the different camera angles are from different shots. When the angle changes, Chase is looking directly to Cameron or looking at the food.
Trivia: The gift Dr. Cameron gives Dr. Foreman is a framed contents page for an issue of Midwest Journal of Experimental Medicine. Dr. Foreman's published article was titled "Cerebral Magnetic Resonance Angiography enhanced by Rapid Auto-Transfusion During Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest."
Trivia: This episode confirms what was hinted in the "All In" episode--Dr. Chase has been with House the longest.
At the beginning at the episode when House is spying on Foreman, Wilson says that House has been living in the same apartment for 15 years. However, House's apartment in Season One is different than his apartment in Season Two.
When House brings in the chess set to play a game of speed chess with Nate, the clocks are set to 5:55. When they start to play, the clocks have been reset to 4:55. When the game is over, the clocks are back to 5:55.
Trivia: During the differential, House is seen fixing his drug addiction by consuming NOS (misspelled for copyright issues) which has 343 mg of caffeine per serving.
In this episode, we see House and Foreman get on the elevator from House's office floor. When the door opens we see two people on the back of the elevator, when they reach the hospital's lobby they get off the elevator by the same door they got in (the two people previously mentioned are still on the back of the elevator). In previous episodes (e.g. "Lines In The Sand"), when House and company get on the elevator from the same floor, they get on the elevator by one door and leave from the door that is in front of the one they got in.
Early on in the episode, Cameron suggests hemochromatosis and House dismisses it because the "symptom" of personality disorders doesn't correspond. But later when they eliminate the personality disorders as a symptom, neither House or Cameron remember that they earlier concluded hemochromatosis was a likely diagnosis once they eliminated the personality disorders.
Trivia: This is the first showing of House's flame decal covered cane.
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