House question; spoilers

So Chase didn't kill him afterall?


Okay what Chase did not lead to the tyrant's immediate death or did i miss something?


Well if he did not kill him then all's well unless of course he did something inappropriate.

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Oct 12, 2009 9:56PM EDT

he fooled Foreman into thinking that he had a different diagnosis so he would change the meds, knowing that the new meds would kill him

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Oct 13, 2009 12:01AM EDT

What Naiobi said. Chase was responsible for his death, but he was sure he had it covered and nobody could prove it. However, in the latest episode, 4, they find an inconsistency with the cholesterol levels between the sample Chase took from the dead woman and the actual patient's, and if anybody noticed it, then it could be found out that Chase had killed him. However, House finds out that the guy Chase killed (forgot his name...) was taking drugs that would affect his cholesterol, which could explain the inconsistency, so Chase is off the hook (probably). But Chase did kill the guy.

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Oct 13, 2009 12:02AM EDT

Nope. Chase still killed the dictator.
They were down to 2 diagnoses with mutually exclusive treatments (ie: treat one and, if you're wrong, the dictator dies of the other disease). The data was supporting one disease more than the other. Chase changed one of the test results to sway the data and make it look like the other (wrong) diagnosis was more likely. Chase did a great job of faking the test, EXCEPT that one of the test values was clearly not from the dictator. This meant that some physician might look at the faked test and realize that it was not from the dictator and thus that someone must have faked the test. This in turn would have screwed Foreman because he, as the boss, should have realized that the test was faked as well.
In the end though, House discovered that the dictator was on a different medication (niacin) from a doctor at a different hospital which makes the faked test result look reasonable for the dictator. So the faked test would not stand out ... and everyone would still believe that it was real (except Foreman because he caught Chase in the act of faking it.)

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Oct 13, 2009 7:58AM EDT

oh so Chase is responsible for his death afterall he just got lucky whereas he could point at something else. tru.

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Feb 25, 2016 8:38PM EST

here you spoiler

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