House has received a page from a certain Clinic patient. His wife is in labor, and he's not feeling very well, either. He begs House for help. House accomplishes this by telling off the guy's wife, who's screaming at him to help her through her pain. "Oh, shut up!" he says, dispensing some pills into his eager palm. "You've got yourself the perfect man -- a woman." Lesbians everywhere cheer. If there are any still watching after their baby got killed last season, that is. House adds that the guy has more estrogen coursing through his veins than...and then he has an idea, which is too bad because I would liked to hear who or what he was going to compare the guy's estrogen level to. I'd also like to know if this Couvades thing is real or not, because everything I saw acknowledged that it is a psychosomatic thing but didn't say anything about increased estrogen levels. The human mind is pretty incredible sometimes.
House asks Cameron whether she noticed that Alex had pubic hair or not during her vaginal exam. "What are you getting at?" Cameron asks, fearing something along the lines on "if there's grass on the field, play ball!" She answers that there wasn't much. House says that their patient has been described as completely docile, and has never had a period. "She's the ultimate woman," he concludes. Well, I think it's safe to say that this episode was written by a man.