History NightmareFuel / House

30th Mar '16 7:21:20 PM Matrim42
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* The Season 3 episode, "Resignation". The patient's in the MRI, and she starts complaining that her head hurts. Her scalp is ''split open''. Her illness caused her stomach acid to flow through her vascular system, collect at the top of her skull AND BURN THROUGH! Foreman later mentions it looks like "Acid tissue death".

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* The Season 3 episode, "Resignation". The patient's in the MRI, and she starts complaining that her head hurts. Her scalp is ''split open''. Her illness caused her stomach acid to flow through her vascular system, collect at the top of her skull AND BURN THROUGH! Foreman later mentions it looks like "Acid "massive tissue death".
16th Dec '14 7:26:53 PM HighOctaneAwesome
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** At one point, the team puts the patient into an induced coma to [[spoiler: keep the sheer agony from killing him.]] Monitoring his brain activity shows that [[spoiler: ''he's still in pain.'']]
26th Nov '14 4:07:01 PM Abbreva
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** The REAL NightmareFuel aspect of that episode is how House is hallucinating all through the episode and neither he, nor the viewers, know exactly what is and isn't real.
30th Sep '14 1:28:51 PM HBICece
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** If you look closely at the scene where [[spoiler: Foreman and Thirteen find Kutner's body, when Foreman pushes her to the side, Thirteen '''''slips in his blood.''''']]
17th Apr '14 6:12:09 PM alienhunter
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* Season 5's The Greater Good. The patient ends up itching through her skull to the point of leaking brain matter, and the very first thing that she says after the wound is closed? It still itches.
12th Apr '14 3:18:22 AM shamblingdead
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** Another Season 3 episode: the rats in "Informed Consent." [[spoiler: a researcher has a medical episode and his rats start chewing on him. Anyone who's had pets and been afraid of dying in the same way will shudder.]]
24th Mar '14 7:28:16 PM AdelePotter
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-->'''Amber:''' ''Do we''?

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-->'''Amber:''' -->'''[[spoiler:Amber:]]''' ''Do we''?we''?
** The detox scenes. Jesus Christ. [[spoiler:Amber [[BreakThemByTalking taunting House]] makes it creepier.]]
24th Mar '14 7:19:24 PM AdelePotter
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* House's [[spoiler:hallucinations of Amber]] quickly veer from amusing/annoying right into this trope. That scene where she's singing at the restaurant? Creeepy.

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* House's [[spoiler:hallucinations of Amber]] in "Under My Skin" quickly veer from amusing/annoying right into this trope. That scene where she's singing at the restaurant? Creeepy.Creeepy.
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-->'''Wilson:''' You want it to work this time?
-->'''Amber:''' ''Do we''?
10th Dec '13 11:26:30 PM FortuneSnowman
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* Episode 19, Season 5, appropriately titled "Locked In," in which a patient is locked inside his own body, unable to move, communicate, or even do much to indicate he's alive, but remains [[AndIMustScream fully aware]]. He's almost autopsied before the episode even gets underway. Try not to think about that too much.
19th Jun '13 10:00:14 AM Swordofknowledge
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* The season 2 episode "Sleeping Dogs Lie" the patient of the week is completely unable to sleep despite being exhausted which leads her to down an ''entire bottle of sleeping pills''. Worse yet, this still doesn't allow her to sleep, resulting in her partner finding her banging her head against the wall to the point where she starts bleeding, repeating that she [[MadnessMantra "just wants to sleep"]]. The insanely jerky camera movements during all of this really doesn't help either.
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