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A documentary film crew is chronicling a teenager with a major facial deformity who opts to undergo a dramatic reconstructive procedure. When the patient suffers a heart attack just prior to the surgery, House and the team are called in to determine the cause, since the surgery cannot proceed until the patient's cardiac condition is diagnosed. With the film crew covering their every move, Cameron and Chase are especially self-conscious, and House looks for ways to escape from the cameras. Meanwhile, House finds himself distracted by several of the candidates vying for a spot on his team, and he questions his motives for having chosen them.
Kenny and his father arrive by train, accompanied by a documentary film crew. Kenny is hideously deformed due to a softball-sized cyst on his left eyebrow. They go to Princeton where Chase is in attendance at the surgery to remove the cyst. However, Kenny has a heart attack and they’re forced to stop the operation...Read the full recap
Dr. Cuddy: You think I like the cameras? You think I want the whole world watching you checking out my ass and question my wardrobe?
Dr. House: Would it be better if I checked out your wardrobe and questions your ass?
Dr. Cuddy: A little part of me…
Dr. House: There is no little part of you.
Dr. House: She had good ideas at Langley.
Dr. Wilson: All your ideas.
Dr. House: She was able to identify that they were good ideas.
Dr. Wilson: Stab in the dark here. Is she pretty?
Dr. House: Just a warning. We have to start getting consent every time we do a procedure, pretty soon they’ll want informed consent.
Dr. House: Wow, you are ugly.
Kenny: Wow, you’re an ass.
Dr. House: I can't believe I'm that guy.
Dr. Wilson: Every guy is that that guy.
Dr. House: I'm not every guy.
Dr. Wilson: What is this, semantics here? All guys are that guy.
Dr. House: I'm not all guys!
Taub: There’s a mass lesion in the left anterior temporal lobe surrounded by edema.
Dr. House: Did you just insult me in Pig Latin?
Dr. Wilson: You’ve got a problem.
Dr. House: Tell me something I don’t know.
Dr. Wilson: You hire beautiful girls, enslave them, force them to be around you because you don’t know how to have an actual relationship. If they’re qualified, keep them. If not, fire them and ask them out.
Dr. House: You do realize that “tell me something I don’t know” is just an expression.