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"House" Damned If You Do (TV Episode 2004) Poster

(TV Series)

(2004)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When House speaks with Sister Mary Eucharist in the clinic, four shots of Eucharist from the left hand side do not appear to match spoken dialogue. In one case her lips are clearly visible and not moving.
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When House plays "Silent Night" on the piano at the end of the Christmas episode, he is clearly playing the counter-melody an octave higher than it sounds on the soundtrack.
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Character error 

Dr. Foreman refers to a patient's "eophinosil" count. The word he's after is "eosinophil" (a type of white blood cell).
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Continuity 

When Sister Augustine has her asthma attack, House grabs a 3 cc syringe (presumably with 1 cc epinephrine). When he's finished administering the epinephrine, he pulls a 1 cc syringe out of her arm (which would have the .1 cc epinephrine that he insists he gave her).
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When Sister Augustine has her asthma attack, House grabs a 3 cc syringe (presumably with 1 cc epinephrine). Throughout the episode, he insists he gave her .1 cc epinephrine and did not grab the wrong syringe out of the drawer, but he did in fact grab the wrong syringe.
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When Sister Augustine has her asthma attack, House grabs a syringe which, in high resolution copies, is visibly labeled "ATROPINE" while other syringes in the drawer partition are labeled "EPINEPHRINE;" so, a syringe with the wrong medicine appears to be the resulting problem, rather than the wrong dosage.
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When Sister Augustine is in bed, Dr. Chase reaches for her left wrist to take her pulse. Her oxygen tube, and several heart monitor leads are draped over the right shoulder and pillow. As he takes her pulse, only the oxygen tube is on the right, and the heart monitor leads are now draped on her left side. No heart monitor is ever visible.
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When Chase, Foreman and Cameron assist Sister Augustine in the clean room to save her life, Chase says "It's a clean room!" In this moment, a lock of hair falls by the right part of his head out of the surgeon cap, but a few moments later, the lock of hair is missing.
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Crew or equipment visible 

At just over twenty minutes, as House and Cuddy exit the Cuyler Wing, the reflection of an extra waiting for the scene to start (and then moving as dialogue begins) is visible in the window of the double doors, followed closely by the camera operator and the camera.
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Revealing mistakes 

While sister Augustine is in bed with her hands and wrists bandaged, Dr. Chase measures her pulse by holding her left hand and says 104. In reality it is not possible to palpate the pulse when the wrist is tightly bandaged - you cannot feel the pulse through the bandage.
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