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House takes on the case of Thad Barton, a CEO relocating his employees to China who is suffering from vision problems. As Thad gets progressively worse, House engages in insider training with the company's stock so he can finance his department and bring Chase and Taub back. Meanwhile, Park makes the mistake of betting House that she won't get fired at her disciplinary hearing, and Adams has anger issues that puzzle and intrigue House.
CEO Thad Barton steps out of his house and discovers that his company’s employees have TP’d his house and put up protest signs objecting to the fact that he’s moving the company to China. As Thad cleans up, wincing at the pain from his arthritis, his daughter Ainsley arrives. As she helps him, Ainsley notes that she has contacted some investors. However, Thad objects, noting that they’ll want a controlling interest of his family business. Thad then hesitates and stares at his hand, waving it back and forth, and then asks Ainsley to take him to the hospital...Read the full recap
Dr. Adams: Thad Barton? We only help rich white guys?
Dr. House: I am an equal opportunity exploiter. I only help those who can help myself.
Dr. House: Oh, you guys are going to love doctors Chase and Taub. Keep your Nazi sentiments quiet around the little one.
Dr. House: Loyalty to real estate is stupid, because loyalty is stupid.
Dr. Park: First patriotism, now loyalty. You hate ice cream, too?
Dr. House: French vanilla, yeah.
Dr. Adams: I could do $5,000.
Dr. House: Really? No backsies?
Dr. Adams: If.... you double your clinic hours. six a week. I've seen how you disrespect those patients.
Dr. House: So you want twice as many of them disrespected?
Dr. Adams: Spend more hours with them, you'll treat them more humanely.
Dr. House: And this time a land war in Russia will be a good idea.