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House takes the case of Boyd, a 15-year-old faith healer, who thinks he can talk to God. House thinks he's making it up, until he sees Boyd touch one of Wilson's cancer patients and she later goes into remission. After Boyd decides that he will not have brain surgery because he his afraid he will lose communication with God, the entire team must confront their feelings about faith. Meanwhile, Cameron and Foreman are still at odds over the medical article she accused him of stealing.
Dr. Wilson: Can this wait five minutes?
House: Is she dying?
Dr. Wilson: Yes…
House: Before the end of this consult?
Dr. Wilson: They could build monuments to your self-centeredness.
House: You’d let this boy die just to get into a stupid poker game?
Dr. Wilson: You’d let him die to keep me out?
House: How many times can you hit pause at the part where Lindsay Lohan plays the spelling bee? What is it about girls who can spell?
Wilson: It's a math contest.
House: What is it about girls who can count?
They are talking about Lindsay Lohan's 2004 film Mean Girls, which in one scene features a math contest.