In which we meet our heroes, deal with Vogler and the word 'niiiiice' is wonderfully overused.
1.06 The Socratic Method
- Joined: August 7th, 2007, 6:59 pm
Dr. House is intrigued by the symptoms of a schizophrenic woman, who displays mixed symptoms, including a tumor, but soon realizes the source of her problems isn't the obvious. House confronts his birthday and Chase confronts his past when the mother's son tries to keep up with her condition.
- Joined: April 10th, 2008, 9:17 pm
Couple of great lines: "I have a cane and I know how to use it."
And House complimenting Cuddy on her suit, which makes her look both professional and womanly, especially the latter.
This was an episode that shows House's deep decency - he does not reveal to the son that it was his mother who called Social Services on him. But being House, he can't resist telling the son that while he, House, who didn't want the son around while treating his mother, he told Cuddy (!) to call Social Services......
- Joined: August 7th, 2007, 11:20 pm
LUKE: “For in the old days, though she had young men’s praise and old men’s blame, among the poor, both old and young gave her praise.” [ Lucy coughs again and blood spatters on page; Luke turns as she begins to vomit up lots of blood ]
Later, after Luke is taken away by Children's Services, House sits at her bedside, reading:
"For in the old days, though she had young men’s praise and old men’s blame, among the poor, both old and young gave her praise.”
And, after she's cured, Lucy reads the same passage from the same book and then closes it.
Ewwww! She vomited blood on that page of the book.