Please stop diagnosing people with MS. Just tonight, on the season premiere, one of your lackeys, I haven't bothered to learn their names because they aren't in the opening credits, said, "MS! If a lesion took out the sympathetic enervation of her heart that would explain the bradycardia and the blinking."
Dr. Foreman immediately said, "Start her on interferon for MS." Then Dr. Cuddy said, "Does she have insurance? Because CRAP have you seen what this shit costs? JESUS!"
No, she didn't. But she should have, because Foreman shouldn't have prescribed interferon for an exacerbation of MS. Interferon is only the maintenance medication for MS. IV steroids are what you give for an exacerbation that makes you blink and messes up your heart.
Dr. House, you all gave people IV steroids in the first season. Then, for some reason, you started throwing interferon around. Tonight it was pretty obvious: if you'd given steroids you would have found out what her ultimate condition was before the mid-point commercial.
I'll be using this as a deductive tool this season. If anyone says "It's MS!" and they get "Interferon! Stat!" I will know they have an infection, because if they got steroids they'd be dead before the end of the show.
(P.S. I still love you for the line in the first season describing my type of MS as "the fun MS with the balloons and the bike rides for cripples in wheelchairs.")