Not much story to the show this week but still there were some one liners that I found funny.
Also seeing the characters all find love was sweet but maybe because I am bitter about love I do not care much for love stories anymore.
Teddy, Mort, Gretchen, Gina, Mike, the mailman, participate and even the surly cop, Sgt. The kids with Bob always have great scenes and seeing the four characters together for a while was quite funny to watch.
Linda is a great character but the speed dating portion of the show was just boring and having all those characters together in one room felt like too much to handle as none of them got to shine.
Tony and Abby learn that a third person was present at the car.
The gang find the victim, the bad guys, and their story. In one scene in Abby's lab a screenshot shows two telephone calls, among others, to the "Culpepper" Cab Company, in the suburban town where the victim lives.
Rory is asked to host a Chilton student for a few days at Yale, but the student is more interested in her freedoms than the responsibilities that go with them.
A man with a record of auto theft voluntarily admits having stolen the car but denies knowledge of the victim in the rear of her car.Hugo being involved was bad because that character is meant to be a bad issue but he really never makes an impact in a good way.Linda was funny as she tried to run her little event and her explosion to an arrest was probably the funniest thing of the whole episode.The book House is seen reading when Chase, Foreman and Thirteen first inform him of the new patient's job and lifestyle is "The Golden Bowl" by Henry James. Amazing how even smallest of things can tell a lot about a man. Whether it is saving a colleague or helping a friend or becoming a villain to bring two brothers together. And this episode Cuddy is back to normal unlike previous episode where should looked totally superficial and hard to like.