In Tuesday's (Feb. 2) episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," a couple famous TV doctors pay a visit. In a sketch, quickly referred to as an "ER" reunion, George Clooney (aka Doug Ross) enters a hospital room to tend to a sick patient (Kimmel).

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When Clooney finds out none of his other cast mates were able to come by for the segment, Kimmel calls on Dr. Gregory House himself, Hugh Laurie, to fill in. With the lack of Julianne Margulies, Noah Wyle, and Eriq La Salle, the two fake medical practitioners do their best to perform a "micro-surgery."

What are they to do when Kimmel flatlines? Why spit some sick rhymes, of course.

With Clooney reciting the lyrics to Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" -- and Laurie providing some smooth dance moves -- the ailing Kimmel is brought back from the dead, prompting Dr. House to proclaim that hip hop saved the late night host's life.

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