Note: I have a cold right now, so I was very much in sympathy for House, but also slightly detached.
That was brilliant. And wonderful. And, well. Beautiful. From start to finish. It's amazing what happens when the majority of the cast (including guest cast) can act and the writers can, well, write.
Andie, the cancer victim, was amazing. She could stand up (while lying down and with one eye covered) to Hugh Laurie, and create a scene that I don't think I'm going to forget.
(I'm not going to forget that scene with Chase, either, but that's for different reasons. I don't blame her for wanting to be kissed by the pretty doctor, but. Ewww. Actually, that was well done, too. Squicky, but well done, and I love the other Duckling's reactions.)
And House was wrong, and said so, and Foreman was right. And Wilson and House were as married as usual, and Jimmy's beautiful when he's angry.
And never, ever be your own mohel.