On tonight's episode of House, Chase will feel the backlash of the questionable decision he made on last week's patient (James Earl Jones), but I'm not sure if the title of the episode is in reference to him. It can very well be about the patient of the week. But going back, Chase probably thought he can very well put it in his past, with Foreman burning the morgue sign-in sheet, he thought he was in the clear, but the dude's a president, so investigations may very well uncover what really took place.
Elsewhere on "Instant Karma" (a familiar title to Lennon fans, I'm sure), House still doesn't have his license back, so Foreman still heads operations, sort of. Complications arise though when the father of the patient wants House to be in charge of the case. Foreman sees the unfair set-up: House will get to call the shots, sans the liabilities just in case. "Don't let him do anything crazy," Cuddy warns him.
As for the patient of the week, not much detail is given except that it's a particularly difficult case - all the more reason for House
to be all over it, right? We also know that Cameron is still part of the team that tackles the case, although she and Chase will need to appear before a review board to discuss the case of the patient on The Tyrant.
Speaking of that episode, last week on House
, an African dictator went to Princeton Plainsboro sick. There were several misdiagnoses along the way, and in the end, it was revealed that Chase faked the tyrant's test results, getting blood from a seventy year old woman who had died of scleroderma, after a heated argument and an admission from the man that he did intend to commit genocide in order to protect his country.
- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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