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House Episode: "Fools for Love"

Season 3, Episode 5
Episode Synopsis: A young interracial couple (Jurnee Smollett, Raviv Ullman) suffer acute abdominal pain shortly after he saves her from being raped during a holdup attempt at a diner. Then she goes into a coma. Meanwhile, House disapproves of the attention Wilson is showing a newly hired nurse. And Cuddy demands that House apologize to a clinic patient (David Morse) he treated disrespectfully.
Original Air Date: Nov 1, 2006
Guest Cast Brett Wagner: L.K. Jurnee Smollett: Tracy Bobbin Bergstrom: Nurse Scott Allen Rinker: Bobby Rod Damer: Counterman Raviv Ullman: Jeremy Kimberly Quinn: Nurse Wendy Bagby Sam Ayers: Large Man
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Season 3, Episode 5
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Length: 43:53
Aired: 11/1/2006
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October 31, 2006: Fools for Love Season 3, Episode 5

I knew it. I find myself saying that a lot when I watch this show, and I don't think I'm alone. It is very satisfying to be able to correctly declare what's going to happen before the show reveals it. You end up feeling like House, who himself spends most of the show declaring the answer before he has the research to back it up. So join me in some self-congratulatory back-patting if you, like I did, correctly called the identity of the officer who pulled House over before he stepped out of the car and also if you called the brother/sister twist to tonight's medical mystery. In case you are wondering, hell yes, I would want to know if I had inadvertently married my sibling, as Tracy ( Jurnee Smollett) and Jeremy (Raviv Ullman) did. I'm somewhat disturbed that the sympathetic Foreman thought this situation was something his ailing couple of patients could get past. I appreciate Foreman's wanting to look at the big picture, but let's narrow the focus. Some things you just can't get over, like, say, an assault with an unwelcome thermometer. Enter David Morse's character, Michael Tritter. In the first of what looks to be an intense six-week stint, Tritter has already shown that he's more than a match for House who routinely bullies his way through interpersonal interactions. After an embarrassing genital-area swab from the particularly rude House, Tritter had the, uh, nerves to kick House's cane out from under him. House relies on his spot-on assessment of human behavior to make brilliant medical deductions, yet he is horrible at reading people outside of the doctor-patient relationship. This guy had "don't mess with me" written all over him, both as a patient and as a cop. House would have done well to stick with taking the temperature of Wilson's love life rather than mess with a patient who could arrest him for possession of narcotics! By the way, I didn't see that coming. Convinced that Wilson has been dining in the company cafeteria once again, House investigated the new nurse, Wendy, hoping to find evidence of a tryst between she and Wilson. Turns out that Wendy and Foreman are an item, which explains the forced black/white issue throughout the show. However, with House's arrest, things are no longer clear-cut. If our star goes to the Big House, does that mean Foreman will be the boss again? Of the three, Foreman's the one with the steadily developing character. He even has a girlfriend now, which has to count for something. I guess for now, I'll have to wait and see. show less
I knew it. I find myself saying that a lot when I watch this show, and I don't think I'm alone. It is very satisfying to be able to correctly declare what's going to happen before the show reveals it. You end up feeling like House, who himself spends most of the show declaring the answer before he has the research to back it up. So join me in some self-congratulatory back-patting if you, like I did, correctly called the identity of the officer who pulled House over before he stepped out of the car and also if you called the brother/sister twist to tonight's medical mystery. In case you are wondering, hell yes, I would want to know if I had inadvertently married my sibling, as Tracy (Jurnee Smollett) and Jeremy (Raviv Ullman) did. I'm somewhat disturbed that the sympathetic Foreman thought this situation was something his ailing couple of patients could get past. I appreciate Foreman's wanting to look at the big picture, but let's narrow the focus. Some things you just can't get over... read more

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