House, M.D./Sex Kills
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Sex Kills is the fourteenth episode of the second season of House, M.D., and the thirty-sixth episode overall.
A 65-year-old man suffering from an infection needs a new heart, but to get a donor, House and his staff need to diagnose a woman who has died in a car accident before their living patient dies from heart failure.
Behind the Scenes
Allusions and References
House's comment about puting old people on ice floes is a reference to an old eskimo practice. 
- House(entering the exam room): Muuuuuuuuuuu!
- Patient: I thing I broke my ankle. I was kicked.. by a hoof. I'm so in love, she was so beautiful.
- House: Which one ?
- Patient: One of the black or white ones I'm not sure which type..
- House: Not which type, which one ? I want a name.
- Patient: Why would it have a name ?
- House: Not it - she.. or he, I wanna know of her dreams, her hopes.
- Patient: It's a cow.
- House: Hey, I'm not the one who said, he was in love.
- Wilson: Does it occur you that maybe there's some deeper guidance, than keep your mouth shut ? That maybe a friend might value concern over glibness ? That maybe... maybe I'm going through something that I need to have an actual conversation about ?
- House: Does it occur you that if you need that kind of a friend, you may have made some deeper errors.