A neighbor comes by to complain about the noise but he and the boyfriend both notice that Frankie's eyes are all bruised and that she is bleeding from her mouth, so the neighbor calls the police.
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He shares his thoughts with her on his recent break-up with Cameron.
Such openness leads the team to contemplate the value of privacy, especially after House and Wilson uncover secrets from one another's past. House has a case about a blogger who has some sickness. This wasn't stressful or filled with graphical scenes of human body. House is not just a genius medical doctor, he is also a smart man who can use his diagnostic skills at other places too which comes in handy. Good to see chase and Wilson pulling pranks on House for a change. The way he and Wilson are playing Tom and Jerry game is very entertaining.
House notices that the blogger respects no privacy and keeps nothing secret but makes no mention of her bodily functions.
This leads him to ask her about her feces and eventually to diagnosing her with Whipple's disease.
Wilson convinces House to go speed dating along with Chase, who becomes conflicted with the realization that women date him for his looks.
Chase shares his concerns with Thirteen who assures him that there had been something real between him and Cameron.