Well, that was a lot of fun, wasn't it? A&B stories with relatively equal weight, Wilson in charge of the young'uns, House repeatedly getting over on Cuddy, House recruiting three passengers as fill-ins for Chase, Foreman and Cameron, the parallel editing as both patients got a spinal tap... this was one where the producers' joy at messing with the formula was palpable.
So, a few questions:
- Given the circumstances under which they met, is Wilson calling the hooker with the heart of gold for a date, or for a "date"? And, regardless of his intentions, is she within her rights to charge him? And how much fun is House going to have with this, regardless?
- Between the hooker and the very helpful flight attendant, this one was just an ode to the service industry, wasn't it?
- Does Chase have any shot at getting Cameron back, or was she 100% using him while waiting on House to appreciate her wonderfulness?
- If the latter, who's hernext boytoy: Foreman or Wilson? Or does she really try to get House's attention by choosing the hooker with the heart of gold?