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17th Dec '17 2:58:38 AM ApeAccount
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* A minor one, but Taub's ringtone for his ex-wife is the "Pina Colada Song". At first it just seems like a catchy tune but it actually makes a lot of sense that he'd choose it. It's about a couple who each try to cheat on the other but in doing so end up accidentally scheduling a date with one another (because her personal ad caught his eye and he responded to it, not realising it was her). Once they're reminded how suitable they are for one another, it's implied the couple ends up staying together. Taub had cheated on his wife repeatedly and she had an emotional affair. He still wants them to end up back together. So the song actually fits nicely.
29th Aug '17 1:06:35 PM AdelePotter
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*** It'd probably still be [[spoiler:House that did the actual killing, even if he let said girlfriend in on what happened. House wouldn't ''like'' killing her, but he could emotionally handle it. Not everyone could; even Thirteen, who mercy killed her brother at ''his'' request, obviously had some issues related to it, even if she feels she did the right thing.]]
2nd May '17 8:39:02 AM Kelnius
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* In Season Five, Episode 20,
Lawrence Kutner [[spoiler:commits suicide]]. Whilst I understand that RealityWritesThePlot, there never was a suitable explanation in-story. However, in Episode 18 "Here Kitty", they meet a cat called Debbie which [[spoiler:supposedly predicts the death of people it snuggles up to]]. When House discovers that Kutner is superstitious, he torments him with the cat. Not only do House's pranks keep the cat close to him, but on one occasion it stares him down suspiciously. This could be a coincidence, but considering that [[spoiler:he dies two episodes later]], I can't help but feel like there's a connection.

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* In Season Five, Episode 20,
20, Lawrence Kutner [[spoiler:commits suicide]]. Whilst I understand that RealityWritesThePlot, there never was a suitable explanation in-story. However, in Episode 18 "Here Kitty", they meet a cat called Debbie which [[spoiler:supposedly predicts the death of people it snuggles up to]]. When House discovers that Kutner is superstitious, he torments him with the cat. Not only do House's pranks keep the cat close to him, but on one occasion it stares him down suspiciously. This could be a coincidence, but considering that [[spoiler:he dies two episodes later]], I can't help but feel like there's a connection.
2nd May '17 8:37:02 AM Kelnius
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** She also has a girlfriend now.

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** She also has a girlfriend now.now.
* In Season Five, Episode 20,
Lawrence Kutner [[spoiler:commits suicide]]. Whilst I understand that RealityWritesThePlot, there never was a suitable explanation in-story. However, in Episode 18 "Here Kitty", they meet a cat called Debbie which [[spoiler:supposedly predicts the death of people it snuggles up to]]. When House discovers that Kutner is superstitious, he torments him with the cat. Not only do House's pranks keep the cat close to him, but on one occasion it stares him down suspiciously. This could be a coincidence, but considering that [[spoiler:he dies two episodes later]], I can't help but feel like there's a connection.
5th Jan '17 10:55:12 PM WildeOscar
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** I had a similar reaction on a slightly larger scale. House and Wilson = Holmes and Watson. House is hooked on Vicodin; Holmes on cocaine. They both can't resist a good mystery, and always assumed that someone - or everyone! - was lying. But the best hint is in plain sight in some many episodes: House lives in apartment 221B. Holmes' abode? 221B Baker Street. Can't believe it took me well into the third season to get it. - Tropers/Ixtli_Awakening

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** I had a similar reaction on a slightly larger scale. House and Wilson = Holmes and Watson. House is hooked on Vicodin; Holmes on cocaine. They both can't resist a good mystery, and always assumed that someone - or everyone! - was lying. They are also both talented musicians. But the best hint is in plain sight in some many episodes: House lives in apartment 221B. Holmes' abode? 221B Baker Street. Can't believe it took me well into the third season to get it. - Tropers/Ixtli_Awakening
23rd Nov '16 6:42:06 PM IndustriousArc
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** Took you a while to figure that out, huh?
25th Feb '16 6:05:33 AM Wercury
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** Took you a while to figure that out, huh?
17th Jan '16 10:39:52 PM RandomNerd
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* In the episode 97 Seconds, the patient [[spoiler:and his dog both die because the dog ate the pills Thirteen gave him]]. Why didn't he ever say anything about it?
17th Jan '16 10:34:53 PM RandomNerd
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* In the episode 97 Seconds, the patient [[spoiler:and his dog both die because the dog ate the pills Thirteen gave him]]. Why didn't he ever say anything about it?
22nd Oct '15 4:11:53 AM Laina
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*** There have actually be studies that attractive people have better careers, are given better results in juries, etc. People really are that bigoted.

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*** There have actually be studies that attractive people have better careers, are given better results in juries, etc. People really are that bigoted.shallow.



** She also has a girlfriend now.

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** She **She also has a girlfriend now.
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