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Trivia: The first day or two of this episode occurs just after April 20th, 2007.
Testosterone (the male sex hormone which the father applied on himself) does not induce the release of estrogen and progesterone in women (the female sex hormones which regulate puberty and menstruation). Actually, it inhibits them--thus stopping the female puberty and menstruation.
At the end of the episode when House and Wilson were talking House lowers his leg to the floor without any problem; the first time without using both hands to support the leg.
Trivia: In one of the scenes House is at home watching TV. He is watching Christian Cage versus Abyss for the NWA World Heavyweight Title from Lockdown 2006. This is one of TNA Wrestling's annual Pay-Per-Views. Lockdown takes place in April.
When House goes to switch seats with Cuddy, there is a guy snoring and leaning on her. Once House switches seats and is in coach, the snoring person is never in the shot again. The seat next to House is empty the rest of the episode.
House tells the flight attendant that they have to dive until they can club baby seals out of the window. Flying that low is dangerous and unnecessary. Most modern airplanes can pressurize to at or near sea level (1 atm), but they would have to descend from 38,000 feet to an altitude where the pressure difference between the cabin and the outside air wasn't too high.
Trivia: The stewardess says "Nilalagnat ka ba?" which is in Filipino, translates to "Are you suffering from a fever?" as the Korean man vomits.
House writes "extensor pastoring" on the board, but the boy asks about "extension pastoring."
When Cuddy is overlooking the Baby ward at 14 minutes in, there is only one real baby, the rest are robots or bundles of blankets. Babies when first born kick a lot and the robots in the peripheral "cribs" aren't moving at all.
Emma takes photos of Dr. House in landscape format with a short lens, but the print shown was taken in portrait format with a long lens.
House says that he will travel to Argentina where the Mocovi Indians would carry him to the top of the Aconcagua. Well, the Aconcagua is in Mendoza and the Mocovies are in Santa Fe, Buenos Aires and Chaco, several hundreds of kilometers from the Aconcagua and any other mountain, hill or bump in the ground (these three provinces are plains, with lot of rivers and some forests, but no mountain). Also, the chance of finding pure non-integrated Mocovies, living in the traditional fashion, is very slim. Most of them are adapted to modern urban, suburban or country life.
Trivia: In House's dream sequence in this episode, Chase, Cameron and Cuddy's hair is all parted on the opposite side of where it usually is parted in real life.
Trivia: Wilson reveals that House is 45.
House remembered Kelley from his date with Cuddy, but why did he dream about him on the exact day he shows up in the hospital?
At the opening credits after House snatches the paper bag of breakfast from the table, the bagel he pulls out is plain, but is flat on one side. When the camera cuts back, it is round on all sides. He takes a bite and the camera cuts away and then cuts back, and it is now a sesame seed bagel with one flattened side.
Trivia: We learn that Cuddy is Jewish. She has a menorah on her living room.
In the last episode there was a lot of snow outside. Here, one day later, all the snow is gone.
Trivia: This is the first time we see House wearing prescription glasses while he's repairing what looks like a videocamera in his office.
While House is taking the tapeworm out of Hannah's body, the camera close-up allows us to see that the worm was in House's other hand and he's only switching it. He is just pulling it out of his own hand and not from Hannah's body.
The record for world's longest tapeworm is actually set at 37 feet by Sally Mae Wallace of Great Grits, Mississippi on Sep 5, 1991.
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