House treats a black presidential candidate, who House is convinced has AIDS, but the Senator's passion convinces him otherwise. Also, Vogler forces House to give a speech endorsing a new drug from Vogler's company, but House has plans of his own. Clinic Cases: A woman showing signs of having had a miscarriage claims she's not having sex despite a hickey and carpet burns on her backside.
Did You Know?
House mentions how the White House is not called the White House due to the paint job alone and insinuated that a black president wouldn't come along very soon. Three years after the episode was aired, Obama, the first black president, was elected. See more
When House sees his clinic patient for the second time, she says she has a "rash on my butt." House diagnoses this as "carpet burn." An American would have said "rug burn."
Incorrect. "Rug burn" and "carpet burn" are used interchangeably in American English. See more
Dr. Gregory House
[to the Senator
Some day there will be a black president. Some day there will be a gay president. Maybe there will even be a gay, black president. But one combination I do not see happening is gay, black, and dead. You need to stop lying to me.
It's OK To Think About Ending
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