Talk:All In (House)

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Continuity with timeline[edit]

So there's the debate over how old the Esther case is. I removed it completely as it is uncertain if the case is 12 years old, dates to when he started at the hospital, or dates to one of the jobs he was fired from. Because there is no certainty and there's no reference, I'm calling it original research and removing it from the article until a definitive number comes up. Otherwise there's a bunch of theorizing about how long it's been around and when it actually occurred. If someone's got a reference or something from the DVD special features, can they put it on the talk page? WLU 18:51, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

Well, I haven't seen the episode for a bit, but IIRC they did say (in dialogue, that is) that it was a case that he'd been working on 12 (or some number, but if the article said 12 that's probably it) years ago. I figure that bit of trivia didn't really add anything, so I don't care if it gets put back or not, but it did explicitly say that they said it in the episode, which is good enough for me as a citation. --Sopoforic 00:06, 31 January 2007 (UTC)
Huh. I'll add it back in, with minimal analysis then. WLU 00:15, 31 January 2007 (UTC) Come to think of it, given his previous history with multiple jobs I think I'll leave it out. Not really continuity since he has been a doctor for more than 12 years. WLU 00:19, 31 January 2007 (UTC)

Trivia (42)[edit]

House says 42 is his "lucky number" not his "favourite number". I've taken the liberty to edit that.

Esther vs Ester[edit]

To Imperial Commander: good spot on the name spelling! I missed that. JoeKearney 10:04, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Correct, the actual name of the patient is Ester (uncommon, but possible spelling), not Esther (as House writes on the whiteboard). I fixed the spelling in the article. For further informatioen please check out IMDB House M.D. "All In" - Goofs or minute 6:34 in the episode. -- (talk) 11:10, 21 April 2009 (UTC)


Was anyone else annoyed by the uninformed treatment of poker in this episode? The most glaring mistake occurred when Cuddy is first notified about the new patient. At first she calls a raise, then she moves all in, both during the same turn. Her initial call should have stuck, but here the all in is accepted and the betting moves to House. Is this worth noting in the trivia section? (talk) 02:40, 27 October 2009 (UTC)


Anyone else notice that one of the medicines that was thought to speed up the deterioration of Ian was Interferon, which is in fact a medicine used to treat Erdheim–Chester disease —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 08:07, 1 April 2011 (UTC)

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