House, M.D.

House, M.D.
On House, M.D. , Dr. Gregory House is a doctor devoid of bedside manner. Dealing with his own constant physical pain, he uses a cane that seems to punctuate his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. While his behavior can border on antisocial, House is a maverick physician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts have afforded him a great deal of respect. An infectious disease specialist, he's a brilliant diagnostician who loves the challenges of the medical puzzles he must solve in order to save lives. Stars Hugh Laurie as House, with Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy, Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman, Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson, and Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron.

Genre: Drama

  • Watch House, M.D. Season 8

    • Episode 22

      Swan Song

      aired: Sun, May 20, 2012

      In the emotional series finale, directed by series creator and executive producer David Shore, treating a drug addict patient (guest star James LeGros, "Mildred Pierce") results in House examining his life, his future and his own personal demons.

    • Episode 21

      Holding On

      aired: Sun, May 13, 2012

      The team takes on the case of Derrick (guest star Skylar Astin), a 19-year-old college student who had a mysterious nose bleed during cheerleading practice, and discovers that his health issues are likely both physiological and psychological. Possibly suffering from schizophrenia, Derrick claims to hear his deceased brother’s voice in his head. Meanwhile, Wilson gets advice from former colleague Thirteen (guest star Olivia Wilde) and Foreman tries a different approach with House.

    • Episode 20

      Post Mortem

      aired: Sun, May 6, 2012

      In an episode directed by and guest-starring Peter Weller, the team takes on the case of Dr. Peter Treiber (guest star Jamie Elman), a pathologist at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital who knows too much about the hospital staff to trust any of the physicians. The only person he does respect is House, who has mysteriously gone missing. With House in absentia, the team has to figure out how to treat Treiber while making him believe that House is calling all the shots.

    • Episode 19

      The C-Word

      aired: Sun, Apr 29, 2012

      When the team takes on the case of Emily, a six-year-old girl who has numerous preexisting health problems, they must work with her mother Elizabeth (guest star Jessica Collins), who happens to be a doctor herself, specializing in her daughter’s condition. The team must also deal with the battles raging between Emily’s mother and father who have conflicting views on how to handle her health issues. When searching the family’s home for clues to Emily’s illness, the team realizes that Elizabeth‘s determination to cure her daughter could be the very thing that is killing her. Meanwhile, House and Wilson take a little vacation.

    • Episode 18

      Body and Soul

      aired: Sun, Apr 22, 2012

      House and the team take on the case of a young boy who has violent dreams of being choked, and then wakes up but still can’t take in air. Meanwhile, Park is having intimate dreams involving co-workers, which causes the team to question whether or not there’s significance to what each of them dreams, and Dominika discovers a secret that could ruin her relationship with House.

    • Episode 17

      We Need the Eggs

      aired: Sun, Apr 15, 2012

      House and the team take on the case of a man who starts tearing blood. Meanwhile, House is interviewing for a new favorite hooker, since his current favorite, Emily, has decided to get married and leave the business. Desperate for Emily “companionship,” House teams up with his “wife” Dominika to sabotage Emily’s budding relationship.

    • Episode 16

      Gut Check

      aired: Sun, Apr 8, 2012

      House and the team take on the case of a 22-year-old minor league hockey player who collapsed while coughing up blood after a fight on the ice. Meanwhile, House drops a bomb on Wilson, and Chase offers to help Park change her living arrangement.

    • Episode 15

      Blowing the Whistle

      aired: Sun, Apr 1, 2012

      The team treats an Army veteran charged with treason after he leaked classified information. But the patient’s life is put at risk when he refuses treatment unless he and his brother are given information about their late father, a war veteran, which raises questions about loyalty to one’s family and country. Meanwhile, Adams suspects House may be sick, so she recruits Wilson and the other team members to plan an intervention and investigate his illness.

    • Episode 14

      Love Is Blind

      aired: Sun, Mar 18, 2012

      House and the team battle to save a successful, independent blind man (guest star Michael B. Jordan) who is struck down by a mysterious illness, just prior to him asking for his girlfriend’s hand in marriage. Meanwhile, House’s mother (guest star Diane Baker) unexpectedly arrives at Princeton Plainsboro to inform him of her new beau (guest star Billy Connolly).

    • Episode 13

      Man of the House

      aired: Sun, Feb 19, 2012

      A marriage counselor collapses during a speaking engagement, but when he is put under close evaluation, the team notice changes in his behavior that conflict with his motivational message on the roles of men and women. Meanwhile, House and his Ukrainian “wife” Dominika (guest star Karolina Wydra) make a deal to convince Immigration that they are a happily married couple. Also, House decides to name a team leader.

    • Episode 12


      aired: Sun, Feb 12, 2012

      Chase takes on a patient, Moira (guest star Julie Mond), who is a cloistered nun on the verge of making her life-changing vows, and through the treatment process, he and Moira form a unique connection that tests their faith and reason. But when Moira's condition worsens and requires a risky surgery, Chase's judgment is compromised. Meanwhile, House and Taub try to remain one step ahead of each other's pranks.

    • Episode 11

      Nobody's Fault

      aired: Sun, Feb 5, 2012

      When a violent incident involving a patient has serious consequences, House and the team are placed under review by Dr. Walter Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright), Foreman's former mentor. As House and each member of his team recount the details of the dramatic and life-threatening incident, Cofield must weigh the team's unconventional brand of collaboration against their ability to save lives.

    • Episode 10


      aired: Sun, Jan 29, 2012

      The team treats an underage and homeless female patient (guest star Bridgit Mendler), but when her symptoms worsen and call for an invasive surgery requiring adult consent, House and Adams argue over whether they should contact social services. The patient confesses that she ran away from home after struggling to take care of her mother, a recovering drug addict. But when her mother appears at her bedside, a more complicated relationship is revealed and the patient's mother must put the past aside and make the best decision for her daughter. Meanwhile, Taub has a difficult time connecting with his infant daughters and House threatens to exploit Foreman's relationship with a married woman (guest star Yaya DaCosta).

    • Episode 9

      Better Half

      aired: Mon, Jan 23, 2012

      An Alzheimer's patient visits Princeton Plainsboro as part of a hospital sanctioned drug trial, but when he inexplicably suffers from violent vomiting and an increasingly explosive temper, the team begins to unravel a deeper marriage conflict between the patient and his dutiful wife. Meanwhile, House and Foreman butt heads, and Wilson treats a patient who claims to be in a chaste marriage.

    • Episode 8

      Perils of Paranoia

      aired: Mon, Nov 28, 2011

      A prosecutor suffers from what he believes to be cardiac arrest during an interrogation at the witness stand. The team's preliminary diagnosis is hyper-anxiety, but when Adams and Park investigate the patient's home and find a hidden arsenal of firearms, they uncover a more alarming and deep-seated psychological disorder. Also, Wilson becomes obsessed with proving that House is hiding something in his home, Park slowly comes out of her social shell and Foreman's lack of romantic relationships piques the interest of Taub and Chase.

    • Episode 7

      Dead & Buried

      aired: Mon, Nov 21, 2011

      The team learns that their 14-year-old patient (guest star Madison Davenport) is suffering from more than teen angst when her physical symptoms worsen. Despite Foreman's (Omar Epps) firm opposition, House (Hugh Laurie) becomes obsessed with solving a peculiar case of a deceased four-year-old patient, which gets him into serious trouble. Meanwhile, Park (Charlyne Yi) tries to get Chase (Jesse Spencer) to admit the reason behind his recent obsession with grooming.

    • Episode 6


      aired: Mon, Nov 14, 2011

      A teenage boy attempting to follow in his late father's footsteps as an entertainer is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro with partial paralysis. As the team searches for a bone marrow match, they uncover a disturbing family secret. Meanwhile, House looks for creative ways to remove his ankle monitor so that he can attend a boxing match in Atlantic City, and he treats a patient (guest star John Scurti) who is convinced he is suffering from diabetes. Also, Taub faces a tough decision when his ex-wife Rachel tells him that she wants to move across the country with their infant daughter.

    • Episode 5

      The Confession

      aired: Mon, Nov 7, 2011

      A man (guest star Jamie Bamber) well-respected in his community suddenly collapses, and in the process of diagnosing his symptoms, the team discovers that the patient has been hiding dark and dishonest secrets about his personal and professional life. But when the patient openly confesses his wrongdoings to his family and community, he compromises his chances of receiving the proper medical treatment. Meanwhile, House will stop at nothing to manipulate Taub into taking a DNA test to prove he is the father of his two six-month-old daughters.

    • Episode 4

      Risky Business

      aired: Mon, Oct 31, 2011

      A CEO (guest star Michael Nouri) falls mysteriously ill just days before he signs a contract that would relocate his company's entire labor force to China. House (Hugh Laurie) attempts to make an underhanded business transaction with his wealthy patient, but when the patient's condition worsens, the team must work around the clock to save his life. Meanwhile, Park (Charlyne Yi) prepares for her hearing with the Princeton Plainsboro Disciplinary Committee chaired by Foreman (Omar Epps), and Adams' (Odette Annable) outlook on her patient's business venture reveals her deeper feelings about loyalty.

    • Episode 3

      Charity Case

      aired: Mon, Oct 17, 2011

      When Benjamin (guest star Wentworth Miller) suddenly collapses after making a rare and generous donation, House and Dr. Chi Park are convinced that his extreme altruistic behavior may indicate a deeper medical disorder. With no definitive explanation for Benjamin's loss of consciousness and unresponsiveness to treatment, House pushes just the right buttons to recruit former prison doctor Jessica Adams to volunteer her time and expertise to the case. Benjamin then makes a bold but life-threatening offer that could save another life, and the team must diagnose his disorder before he puts his own life on the line. Meanwhile, Adams and Park test each other's outlook on generosity and gratitude, and Thirteen's guilt conflicts with her pursuit of personal happiness.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Mon, Oct 10, 2011

      A surprising visitor makes House an offer he can't refuse by giving him the opportunity to help the Princeton Plainsboro team treat a unique patient in order to save the life of an organ recipient being treated by Wilson. Although House finds himself back on familiar ground, he quickly realizes that much has changed since he left, and he is forced to work on the case with smart yet timid resident Dr. Chi Park (Charlyne Yi). After several inconclusive treatments and with time running out, House and Dr. Park are left with one last option to examine the patient's medical history that could compromise House's conditional agreement with the hospital. Meanwhile, House makes an effort to reconnect with Wilson despite a cold reception.

    • Episode 1

      Twenty Vicodin

      aired: Mon, Oct 3, 2011

      A year has passed since House (Hugh Laurie) crashed his car into Cuddy's (Lisa Edelstein) home, and we find House spending time behind bars at the East New Jersey Correctional Facility under the close watch of the prison warden (guest star Michael Par). When an antagonistic prison gang leader makes a serious threat, House solicits the help of a fellow inmate (guest star Jaleel White), but when another inmate's unusual medical symptoms spark his curiosity, House must come up with creative ways to treat the patient while navigating prison rules. House meets Dr. Jessica Adams (Odette Annable), a young, intelligent and bright-eyed clinic doctor, but when they are faced with a controversial opportunity to diagnose the patient's life-threatening illness, Adams is confronted with a choice to trust House and put her career on the line or play by the book.

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    • Episode 23

      Moving On

      aired: Mon, May 23, 2011

      In the season finale well-known performance artist Afsoun Hamidi (guest star Aghdashloo) is admitted to the hospital, but when the team learns that her symptoms may have been self-inflicted as part of a documentary for her latest performance piece,

    • Episode 22

      After Hours

      aired: Mon, May 16, 2011

      Thirteen's ex-con friend, Darrien (guest star Amy Landecker), arrives at Thirteen's apartment unannounced and in need of urgent medical attention. When she finds out that her friend has relapsed into drug use, Thirteen promises not to take her to the hospital.

    • Episode 21

      The Fix

      aired: Mon, May 9, 2011

      When House and Wilson bet on a boxing match and disagree over the outcome, Wilson gives him exactly one day to pay up or prove him wrong. House presses the boxer for more information to help prove his case and ends up attempting to breathe new life into the losing fighter's career. Meanwhile, the team begins to suspect House may have another type of drug problem.

    • Episode 20


      aired: Mon, May 2, 2011

      After suffering partial paralysis while searching for a long-lost love, lottery winner Cyrus Harry (guest star Donal Logue) is brought to Princeton Plainsboro for treatment by House and the team. Cuddy's mother (guest star Bergen) threatens to sue.

    • Episode 19

      Last Temptation

      aired: Mon, Apr 18, 2011

      Masters faces a career crossroads on her last day as a medical student and struggles with the choice to continue on the path to become a surgeon or to accept the rare opportunity to join House’'s team officially. Meanwhile, the team treats a 16-year-old girl who inexplicably collapsed days before embarking on an ambitious sailing tour around the globe. Despite the patient's life-changing diagnosis, the patient's family insists on getting her back on the seas in time for her potentially record-breaking launch. But to the team's surprise, including House, Masters makes a bold decision regarding the patient'’s treatment.

    • Episode 18

      The Dig

      aired: Mon, Apr 11, 2011

      Thirteen has been in prison for the past six months, but the real mystery for House is what she did to get there. When she exits the prison, Thirteen is surprised to find him waiting for her, and unaware of his plans for the two of them for the next few days. As House probes Thirteen for more information, intent on solving the puzzle of her disappearance and mysterious incarceration, they travel to an annual spud-gun competition. The two join forces to compete against House’s much younger, overconfident rival, and along the journey uncover secrets and truths about each other. Meanwhile, at the hospital, the team treats a science teacher suffering from severe respiratory illness, and when the team inspects the patient’s house for clues, they learn he’s a hoarder. But upon a second visit to the house, they uncover something shocking among the many piles. Also, Taub tries to get back into the dating scene.

    • Episode 17

      Fall from Grace

      aired: Mon, Mar 21, 2011

      A young homeless man who is a former drug addict is found in a park showing signs of olfactory impairment and horrific scars and burn marks on his chest. With an uncertain identity and the patient’s severely worsening conditions, the team looks to the patient’s personal records and family history in order to understand his detachment. Meanwhile, Cuddy confides in Wilson and expresses her guilt for ending her relationship with House, and just as the team warms up to the patient, they discover a disturbing secret about the man whose life they saved.

    • Episode 16

      Out of the Chute

      aired: Mon, Mar 14, 2011

      A young professional champion bullfighter is admitted for treatment after being attacked by a bull. After conducting multiple inconclusive tests, the team enlists House’s advice outside of the hospital while he attends to a few issues away from the case. Back in the hospital, the bullfighter’s condition continues to worsen, but with disappearing symptoms and the patient’s more frequent mini-seizures, the team’s last option is risky open-heart surgery. Meanwhile, Masters develops a crush on their bullfighter patient much to Taub’s surprise.

    • Episode 15


      aired: Mon, Mar 7, 2011

      Tension reaches new heights when Cuddy faces sobering news that propels her to reevaluate her priorities. While House is distracted by his concern for Cuddy’s well-being, the team treats a teenage patient whose worsening symptoms and suspicious body scars indicate more than just physical illness. Sensing the teen’s troubled emotional and mental state, Taub turns to the patient’s personal life for clues and uncovers disturbing home videos that could put the lives of his peers in danger. Meanwhile, Cuddy remains hopeful that House will be fully present when she needs him most, and a series of dreams, including a musical scene choreographed by Mia Michaels, provide glimpses into her life and her relationship with House.

    • Episode 14

      Recession Proof

      aired: Mon, Feb 28, 2011

      A patient is admitted after breaking out in a severe rash triggered by caustic chemical exposure at his blue-collar job. As the team treats him, they discover that he has led his wife to believe that he is still maintaining his once-lucrative real estate career. Meanwhile, Cuddy is honored with an award and needs House to be at the charity event for support, but his attendance is threatened when his patient’s battle to survive forces him to question his practice and his own happiness. Also, Chase and Masters teach each other a lesson in forging meaningful personal and professional relationships.

    • Episode 13

      Two Stories

      aired: Mon, Feb 21, 2011

      House participates in a school’s Career Day and breaks a few rules by sharing explicit medical stories. Waiting outside the principal’s office, he meets two fifth-grade students (guest stars Austin Michael Coleman and Haley Pullos) who assess House’s relationship woes and try to help him understand how his selfish antics get in the way of showing Cuddy how he really feels.

    • Episode 12

      You Must Remember This

      aired: Mon, Feb 14, 2011

      When a waitress with a perfect memory suffers temporary paralysis, her older sister visits her in the hospital, which triggers high stress levels and even more health complications. The patient’s sharp memory proves detrimental when a grudge she’s been holding against her sibling gets in the way of receiving proper medical treatment, and Masters discovers that patching a broken sisterhood may prove to be more complex than diagnosing the patient. Meanwhile, Foreman volunteers to help Taub prepare for a medical examination, and House, determined to help Wilson get back in the dating scene, discovers Wilson’s secret new companion.

    • Episode 11

      Family Practice

      aired: Mon, Feb 7, 2011

      Cuddy’s mother, Arlene (guest star Candice Bergen), is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro after complaining about unusual symptoms, but stubborn Arlene insists that House be removed from the case, forcing House to come up with non-conventional -- and illegal -- means to treat his patient. House instructs his team to follow his lead, and they discover details in Arlene’s personal life that she kept secret from Cuddy and her sister Lucinda (guest star Paula Marshall). Meanwhile, Taub’s ex-wife, Rachel, puts him in contact with her brother who hires Taub to work a job on the side in exchange for much-needed income, which winds up taking a physical and emotional toll on him. Later, Cuddy places her trust in House to ensure that her mother receives the proper medical treatment, leading "by the book" medical student Masters to reevaluate her responsibility to practice within a code of ethics and to follow her boss’ orders.

    • Episode 10

      Carrot or Stick

      aired: Mon, Jan 24, 2011

      A teenage military trainee at a juvenile offender training camp suffers peculiar symptoms after enduring an intense training course, and mysteriously, his drill sergeant is soon admitted for similar symptoms. Unable to track down the cause of the shared illness, the team searches for clues in the trainee’s family medical history, and Masters (guest star Tamblyn) and House reveal a unique bond between the sergeant and trainee. Meanwhile, when an indecent photo of Chase is posted on a social-networking site following three different romantic encounters, Chase is determined to find out which girl is trying to publicly disgrace him. Also, sensing Cuddy’s stress over her daughter Rachel’s enrollment at a prestigious preschool, House secretly prepares Rachel for observations and reveals a soft spot for the toddler.

    • Episode 9

      Larger Than Life

      aired: Mon, Jan 17, 2011

      When a man (guest star Matthew Lillard) puts his life on the line to save a stranger who fell onto the subway tracks, he emerges from the dramatic scene miraculously unscathed but then suddenly collapses. Both the hospital and the town become captivated by the man’s selfless deed, but as the team works to diagnose his symptoms, they discover that the hero’s seemingly life-changing deed failed to break old habits. Meanwhile, House tries to avoid Cuddy’s birthday dinner with her opinionated mother Arlene (guest star Candice Bergen), and Taub draws unexpected attention when his face graces billboards advertising the hospital. As Taub and his wife reignite a physical relationship, Masters’ (guest star Amber Tamblyn) outside perspective helps him realize that it’s time to take action on his crumbling marriage.

    • Episode 8

      Small Sacrifices

      aired: Mon, Nov 22, 2010

      Science and faith are called into question when a patient is admitted to the hospital following his reenactment of the Crucifixion. The patient, Ramon Silva, refuses to undergo the prescribed treatment, and the team learns that after his daughter’s cancer was cured, he pledged an oath of self-sacrifice to God. With little time to save Ramon’s life, the team struggles to understand his reasoning and seemingly extreme religious convictions, but eventually learn that faith is not an argument. Meanwhile, Taub questions his wife Rachel about her relationship with an infidelity support group member and the team attends a co-worker’s wedding where Wilson’s relationship with Sam (guest star Watros) takes an unexpected turn.

    • Episode 7

      A Pox On Our House

      aired: Mon, Nov 15, 2010

      After a 200-year-old medicine jar found on an off-shore shipwreck shatters in a teenage girl’s palm, she is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro for symptoms closely linked to smallpox. When the Center for Disease Control’s Dr. Dave Broda (guest star Dylan Baker) institutes a lockdown on the hospital and suspends House’s team’s ability to diagnose, Masters (guest star Amber Tamblyn) grows suspicious of Broda’s motives and becomes convinced that the patient is suffering from a different disease. The girl’s father soon experiences similar symptoms, and House is forced to make a precarious decision that puts his own life in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Wilson and Sam (guest star Cynthia Watros) comfort a 6-year-old chemotherapy patient who prompts them to examine their relationship.

    • Episode 6

      Office Politics

      aired: Mon, Nov 8, 2010

      It’s election season, and in the midst of a tight campaign, an incumbent New Jersey senator’s campaign manager falls ill with liver failure and temporary paralysis. Cuddy pushes House to add a female doctor to his team by hiring brilliant third-year medical student Martha Masters (guest star Amber Tamblyn) in Thirteen'’s absence. House and the team are wary of the young doctor’s lack of experience and medical perspective, but are forced to give their new by-the-book teammate a chance to prove herself. After the campaigning senator makes a surprising announcement, House and the team look to the candidate to find clues about the patient’s condition. Meanwhile, Foreman learns that Taub has a past connection to Masters, and in an effort to save his patient’s life, House must make a critical decision that may compromise his relationship with Cuddy.

    • Episode 5

      Unplanned Parenthood

      aired: Mon, Oct 18, 2010

      After a newborn experiences inexplicable breathing problems and liver failure, House and the team look at the baby’s mother, Abbey’s (guest star Jennifer Grey), own medical history for possible clues. When the team makes a discovery about her newborn’s health, Abbey is presented with a difficult decision that could potentially affect both her baby’s health and her own. Meanwhile, following Cuddy’s directive, House challenges Foreman and Taub to hire a female doctor to join the team. When Cuddy asks House to baby-sit her daughter, both House and Wilson learn a few hard lessons in parenting.

    • Episode 4

      Massage Therapy

      aired: Mon, Oct 11, 2010

      When a patient named Margaret McPherson is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro after suffering severe and uncontrollable vomiting, House and the team make unexpected discoveries about her identity as they assess her symptoms. When the symptoms don’t improve, the team looks to the patient’s medical history to unearth more about her past. Meanwhile, House gives Chase’s new hire a cold welcome, and a visit from House’s massage therapist forces House and Cuddy to confront the reservations in their relationship.

    • Episode 3


      aired: Mon, Oct 4, 2010

      When Alice (guest star Amy Irving), the author of a popular children’s book series, inexplicably suffers from a seizure moments before an attempt to take her own life, the Princeton Plainsboro team faces the challenges of evaluating both her underlying medical conditions, as well as her unstable psychological state. Unable to diagnose Alice, House becomes particularly motivated, as he’s a fan of her books, and is convinced that the key to unlocking the mysteries of Alice’s condition lies in the pages of her most recent novel. Meanwhile, House takes Cuddy on a double date with Wilson and his girlfriend, Sam (guest star Cynthia Watros), and makes a discovery that proves that life imitates art as the couple continues to make compromises in order to make their relationship work.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Mon, Sep 27, 2010

      When Della (guest star Alyson Stoner), a seemingly healthy and active 14-year-old, suddenly collapses during a skateboarding exhibition, House and his team struggle to diagnose her condition and reassure her parents who already have to cope with their son’s terminal illness. After her body rejects a donor lung, and with time running out to save her life, Della’s family is left with little hope of securing a new donor and faced with a seemingly impossible decision regarding the fate of both children. Meanwhile, House tries to appease an elderly father and his son at the clinic, and House and Cuddy begin to face the challenges of taking their romantic relationship into the workplace.

    • Episode 1

      Now What?

      aired: Mon, Sep 20, 2010

      In the aftermath of last season’s emotional finale in which House and Cuddy admitted they had feelings for each other, as Season Seven begins, they are exploring the ramifications of those feelings and attempting to make a real relationship work. Meanwhile, due to a colleague’s illness, Princeton Plainsboro is left without a neurosurgeon on site, threatening the hospital’s accreditation as a Level 1 Trauma Center. As the team attempts treatment to get their sick colleague back to work, they discover there is more to the illness than they originally suspected and turn to House for direction. Instead, House remains elusive, leaving the team on its own.

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    • Episode 22

      Help Me

      aired: Mon, May 17, 2010

      Cuddy, House and members of the team join forces with a search-and-rescue team to provide much-needed medical attention at the scene of an emergency in the Season Finale.

    • Episode 21


      aired: Mon, May 10, 2010

      During a session with Dr. Nolan (guest star Andre Braugher), House recounts the case of a woman who arrives at the Princeton Plainsboro emergency room with an unexplained illness and no recollection of who she is. While trying to solve the mystery of the woman's illness, House must also help her piece together her identity.

    • Episode 20

      The Choice

      aired: Mon, May 3, 2010

      The team takes on the case of an ailing groom-to-be who harbors undisclosed secrets from a previous relationship. As his fiancee (guest star Eva Amurri) tries to get answers to her many questions, a frustrated team winnows down the possibilities. Meanwhile, House spends extracurricular time with his Princeton Plainsboro colleagues, performing a karaoke rendition of a Gladys Night & The Pips classic with Foreman and Chase.

    • Episode 19

      Open and Shut

      aired: Mon, Apr 26, 2010

      House and the team take on the case of a woman, Julia (guest star Callies), who is in an open marriage and becomes ill during a date with her on-the-side boyfriend. As perplexing as the case is, Julia'’s happy and healthy, yet polygamous relationship is equally baffling to the team. Meanwhile, House tests Wilson’s relationship with Sam (guest star Cynthia Watros).

    • Episode 18

      Knight Fall

      aired: Mon, Apr 19, 2010

      House and the team take on the case of Sir William, a "knight" in a closed-off community of men and women living according to the ideals of the High Renaissance. As the team searches the medieval village for environmental factors contributing to Sir William's rapidly deteriorating health, Thirteen and Sir William debate the acts that define honor and loyalty, especially in regard to the "queen" of the community, one of Sir William's most frequent visitors. Meanwhile, Wilson starts over with an ex (guest star Cynthia Watros).

    • Episode 17


      aired: Mon, Apr 12, 2010

      When a newborn disappears from the nursery, Princeton Plainsboro goes on lockdown, preventing anyone from entering, leaving or moving within the hospital. While House and his team members are trapped in various parts of the building, new insights about the team's personal histories, relationships and regrets surface. Episode directed by Hugh Laurie.

    • Episode 16

      Black Hole

      aired: Mon, Mar 15, 2010

      The team takes on the case of a high school senior who inexplicably blacks out during a class field trip. While in the hospital, the patient repeatedly hallucinates. After exhausting myriad ineffective treatments for her mysterious ailments, House attempts one last controversial approach to diagnosing her: monitoring her cognitive patterns and looking for clues. Meanwhile, Taub airs his dirty laundry at work, and Wilson attempts to furnish his condo.

    • Episode 15

      Private Lives

      aired: Mon, Mar 8, 2010

      House and the team take on the case of an avid blogger (guest star Laura Prepon) admitted with sudden bruising and bleeding. From her hospital bed, the patient blogs about her symptoms, doctors and prospective diagnoses to her dedicated band of followers and solicits their advice on a course of treatment. Such openness leads the team to contemplate the value of privacy, especially after House and Wilson uncover secrets from one another's past. Meanwhile, Chase is coaxed into testing out the dating scene.

    • Episode 14

      5 To 9

      aired: Mon, Feb 8, 2010

      During a day in the life of Princeton Plainsboro's Dean of Medicine, Dr. Lisa Cuddy, the inner workings of the hospital are seen through her eyes. This day proves to be especially trying as Cuddy wrestles with myriad hospital issues and staff disputes that test her perseverance and skills as an administrator, all while juggling issues in her personal life.

    • Episode 13

      5 to 9

      aired: Mon, Feb 8, 2010

      House and the team rush to treat an ailing college football star in time for the patient to compete in NFL tryouts. But when the patient experiences an onslaught of varied and unusual symptoms, the team has trouble reaching a consensus on how to effectively treat him in time. Meanwhile, Foreman's brother Marcus (guest star Orlando Jones) makes a surprise visit to the hospital.

    • Episode 12

      Moving the Chains

      aired: Mon, Feb 1, 2010

      The team takes on the case of Valerie, an attractive female executive experiencing random episodes of excruciating pain. House agrees to take the case based on Valerie's looks, and while treating her, the men on the team are charmed by Valerie's beauty and personality, with Thirteen looking beyond the superficial to try to discover a link to her illness. Meanwhile, House uncharacteristically attempts to alleviate his conscience by reaching out to a former medical school colleague he wronged.

    • Episode 11


      aired: Mon, Jan 11, 2010

      When drug dealer Mickey (guest star Ethan Embry) mysteriously collapses while negotiating a sale, his partner-in-crime, Eddie (guest star Nick Chinlund), accompanies him to Princeton Plainsboro for treatment. But with a major deal pending, Mickey is not forthcoming with the necessary personal information the team needs to treat him. As Mickey's condition worsens, the team resorts to old-fashioned detective work to solve the case. Meanwhile, House and Wilson compete for the affection of a new neighbor, and Chase, Thirteen and Taub attempt to play a practical joke on Foreman.

    • Episode 10

      The Down Low

      aired: Mon, Nov 30, 2009

      When an old friend and former patient (guest star Joshua Malina) of Wilson’s exhibits paralysis in his right arm, Wilson puts himself on the case. House wagers Wilson that the patient’s symptoms are attributed to new cancer cells. Wilson accepts even though he is reluctant to believe the cancer has returned. With the help of the team, Wilson works to diagnose the patient more optimistic results, but when things take a turn for the worse, Wilson must address his inability to separate patient from friend. Meanwhile, Cuddy seeks advice in her search for real estate.

    • Episode 9

      Wilson (HD)

      aired: Mon, Nov 30, 2009

      House and the team take on the case of James Sidas, an exceptionally brilliant physicist and author who traded his successful career for a job as a courier. For the ailing patient, intelligence is a miserable burden that has prompted depression and addiction, and this, coupled with his myriad unusual symptoms, nearly stumps the team. Meanwhile, the doctors at Princeton Plainsboro wrestle with strained personal relationships.

    • Episode 8

      Ignorance Is Bliss (HD)

      aired: Mon, Nov 23, 2009

      After House's medical license is reinstated, he reclaims his role as Head of Diagnostics in time to treat Hank Hardwick (guest star Troy Garity), an adult film star admitted to Princeton Plainsboro for pulsating eye pain. Meanwhile, Cuddy is reminded that the hospial is not conducive to healthy personal relationships, and House angles to form a dream team.

    • Episode 7

      Teamwork (HD)

      aired: Mon, Nov 16, 2009

      After a wild night out, a teenage girl is brought to Princeton Plainsboro with severely swollen appendages. The team must work to diagnose the young girl, who is less than honest about what happened the night she fell ill, and as her condition worsens, becomes unable to distinguish fact from fiction. Meanwhile, Cuddy and Wilson attend a medical conference for pharmacology and public policy. House tags along, planning to use the outing as an opportunity to push a personal agenda, but things don't go as expected.

    • Episode 6

      Known Unknown (HD)

      aired: Mon, Nov 9, 2009

      The team takes on the case of a reckless police detective who has a family history of sudden heart failure that killed his father, grandfather and great-grandfather all at age 40. Though House is not keen on diagnosing the patient without any detectable symptoms, the team, urged by Cameron, attempts to identify his condition so the detective can live without fear of dying young. Meanwhile, Chase is haunted by his actions in the Dibala case, and House confronts some ghosts of his own.

    • Episode 5

      Brave Heart (HD)

      aired: Mon, Oct 19, 2009

      A wealthy businessman brings his teenage son, who is suffering from inexplicable stomach pains, to Princeton Plainsboro and insists on having Dr. House handle the case. Although House still does not have his medical license, Cuddy allows him to take on the case under the watchful eye of Foreman. The father of the patient believes the karmic penalty of his financial success is that he is victim to personal tragedy, and that the answer to his son's medical mystery lies in a reverse of fate rather than medical treatment. Meanwhile, Foreman and Chase prepare to present a morbidity and mortality conference for the Dibala case.

    • Episode 4

      Instant Karma (HD)

      aired: Mon, Oct 12, 2009

      When a controversial African politician (guest star James Earl Jones) falls ill, he is brought to Princeton Plainsboro for treatment. The team struggles with whether to help a merciless dictator being subpoenaed for crimes against humanity in his country. Meanwhile, Wilson tries to make peace with a feuding neighbor, but House's prying exacerbates the problem.

    • Episode 3

      The Tyrant (HD)

      aired: Mon, Oct 5, 2009

      House returns home to Princeton where he continues to focus on his recovery. At the suggestion of Dr. Nolan, he steps down from his post as Head of Diagnostic Medicine because he attributes his unhappiness and subsequent addiction to the hospital. The team needs him more than ever when they are unable to diagnose a loud-mouthed video game creator who posts each new symptom on the internet and opts for treatments suggested by the online community rather than by the doctors. Meanwhile, as Foreman angles for House's old job, the pressure to solve the case creates tension in his relationship with Thirteen.

    • Episode 2

      Epic Fail (HD)

      aired: Mon, Sep 28, 2009

      Part 2 of 2. House begins a detox program at Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital to get the vicodin out of his system in an attempt to control his hallucinations. House plans to leave the treatment facility once he is clean, but he is strong-armed into staying by his attending physician, Dr. Darryl Nolan (guest star Andre Braugher). Dr. Nolan agrees to write a recommendation to reinstate House's medical license only if House agrees to further treatment. When House is moved to a new ward in the hospital, he develops a close relationship with his new roommate, Alvie (guest star Lin-Manuel Miranda), and Lydia (guest star Franka Potente), a frequent visitor who helps House bend the rules. House asks Alvie to help him uncover incriminating information about Dr. Nolan that would allow him to blackmail his way out of the treatment center and convinces Lydia to loan him her car to sneak out a delusional patient in an attempt by House to undermine Dr. Nolan's course of treatment. But when devastating events ensue, House is humbled into reluctantly accepting help.

    • Episode 1

      Broken, Part 2

      aired: Sun, Sep 20, 2009

      Part 1 of 2. House begins a detox program at Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital to get the vicodin out of his system in an attempt to control his hallucinations. House plans to leave the treatment facility once he is clean, but he is strong-armed into staying by his attending physician, Dr. Darryl Nolan (guest star Andre Braugher). Dr. Nolan agrees to write a recommendation to reinstate House's medical license only if House agrees to further treatment. When House is moved to a new ward in the hospital, he develops a close relationship with his new roommate, Alvie (guest star Lin-Manuel Miranda), and Lydia (guest star Franka Potente), a frequent visitor who helps House bend the rules. House asks Alvie to help him uncover incriminating information about Dr. Nolan that would allow him to blackmail his way out of the treatment center and convinces Lydia to loan him her car to sneak out a delusional patient in an attempt by House to undermine Dr. Nolan's course of treatment. But when devastating events ensue, House is humbled into reluctantly accepting help.

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    • Episode 24

      Both Sides Now (HD)

      aired: Mon, May 11, 2009

      House and the team are intrigued by Scott, a man whose left brain and right brain operate independently, leaving him with two distinct personalities and no control over some of his actions. As the two sides of Scott's brain struggle for dominance, his warring personalities make it increasingly difficult for the team to figure out what is causing the unique problem. The team is forced to use some unusual methods to get him to cooperate with their necessary testing. Meanwhile, when House refuses to make an appearance in the clinic, Cuddy takes an unconventional approach to force House to make up the time with a particular patient (guest star Carl Reiner).

    • Episode 23

      Under My Skin

      aired: Mon, May 4, 2009

      House and the team take on the case of a ballerina (guest star Jamie Tisdale) whose lungs collapse in the middle of a performance. When the treatment causes her skin to fall off, the dancer faces not only the prospect of never dancing again but also of dying an agonizing death. The team must use their imaginations to carefully choreograph ways to test and treat her delicate body without killing her. Meanwhile, House continues to suffer from a severe lack of sleep and is still haunted by Amber (guest star Anne Dudek). While enlisting Wilson's help to diagnose himself, he is willing to do the unthinkable to make his visions stop.

    • Episode 22

      Divided (HD)

      aired: Mon, Apr 27, 2009

      The team takTes on the case of a deaf 14-year-old named Seth who collapsed after he started "hearing" explosions while competing in a wrestling match. When the team tries to test him for seizures, Seth loses vision in one eye, complicating House's bunk theory of "Exploding Head Syndrome." As his condition worsens, the team has an ethical disagreement about the patient and his mother's adamant decision to forego cochlear implants to supplement his hearing. When the prospect of giving Seth the ability to hear for the first time in his life arises, House and the team are faced with a resounding decision. Meanwhile, House's lack of sleep starts to play tricks on his mind, but he finds his insomnia may be a gift instead of a burden.

    • Episode 21


      aired: Mon, Apr 13, 2009

      Cameron postpones her vacation with Chase in order to ask House to accept the case of an environmental radical who collapsed at a protest with unexplainable symptoms. Although suspicious of her motives, House agrees. Since she pushed him to take the case so emphatically, House forces Cameron to take the lead and run many of the tests on the patient. Meanwhile, House is unsure of Wilson's new healthy diet.

    • Episode 20

      Simple Explanation (HD)

      aired: Mon, Apr 6, 2009

      Charlotte, an older woman who has spent the last six months taking care of her husband Eddie (guest star Meat Loaf), is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro for immediate treatment after collapsing from respiratory failure at Eddie's deathbed. With both in the hospital, the husband and wife team become a double mystery when Eddie's condition sporadically improves while Charlotte's condition is deteriorating. The urgency of Charlotte's medical condition breathes new life into their romantic relationship, and their regrets of what could have been are replaced with tenderness as Charlotte informs the team she wants Eddie to have her heart should she die before him. The team is forced to make a difficult choice as both of their lives are nearing an end.

    • Episode 19

      Locked In

      aired: Mon, Mar 30, 2009

      We find ourselves inside the mind of Lee (guest star Mos Def) as he awakens after a bicycle accident in New York unable to move or communicate verbally. From his unique perspective, we hear Lee's inner thoughts as House, injured in a motorcycle accident, occupies the hospital bed next to him. House takes notice of Lee as his doctor writes him off as being brain-dead and begins to arrange his organ donations. However, House confirms that Lee is not brain dead at all, but rather has "locked-in" syndrome – he is completely conscious but unable to let anyone know. As House develops a system to communicate with Lee by having him blink once for "no" and twice for "yes," he is intrigued by the case and tries to figure out what is causing Lee's condition, much to the disdain of the presiding physician. When House gets Lee transferred to Princeton Plainsboro, the team is on the case to try to save Lee. As we learn more about Lee and his family, we also see House and the team through Lee's unique perspective, lending insight into their not-so-transparent relationships. When Lee loses his ability to blink and continues to fall ill, the team must race to find the key to unlock his condition. Meanwhile, Wilson suspects House is hiding something from him when he refuses to divulge why he was in New York when he got into his motorcycle accident.

    • Episode 18

      Here Kitty (HD)

      aired: Mon, Mar 16, 2009

      House and the team take on the case of Morgan (guest star Judy Greer) who works in a nursing home with a pet cat who only sleeps next to people if they are about to die – and does so with alarmingly accuracy. When it seems the cat has predicted her own death, Morgan, convinced she is about to die, fakes a seizure in order to get to House to have him diagnose her before it's too late. House dismisses her as a nut job, but is intrigued with the claim about the cat and sets out to disprove Morgan's theory. When she falls seriously ill, he and the team are forced to get to the bottom of her mysterious illness – as well as the mystery of the cat with the kiss-of-death. Meanwhile, Taub struggles with his finances and reconnects with an old high school friend at the clinic whose business successes present Taub with an entrepreneurial opportunity he had not previously considered.

    • Episode 17

      The Social Contract

      aired: Mon, Mar 9, 2009

      House and the team take on the case of Nick (guest star Jay Karnes), a book editor who loses his inhibition and starts insulting coworkers at a dinner party one night before falling ill. The team realizes Nick has frontal lobe inhibition, which has caused him to lose his filter and vocalize all of his innermost thoughts, resulting in extremely insulting outbursts. As Nick's free speech lends to some amusing and insightful comments regarding the team, he must deal with the consequences of being unable to lie to his wife and everyone else important in his life. Meanwhile, House suspects Wilson and Taub are keeping something from him when he catches them both in a lie. House is determined to get to the bottom of it.

    • Episode 16

      The Softer Side

      aired: Mon, Feb 23, 2009

      The team encounters a teenage boy who collapsed from severe pelvic pain after playing basketball. Tests reveal the boy has genetic mosaicism, or both male and female DNA, and the boy's parents inform House and the team that the boy is unaware of his condition. They consciously chose a gender for him when he was born and raised him accordingly, never telling him about his unique condition. However, when his condition worsens and his life is threatened, the parents wonder whether they made the right decision. Meanwhile, Cuddy and Wilson suspect something is wrong with House when he starts acting way too nicely. When they discover the shocking answer, they must face the prospect that House may be changed forever.

    • Episode 15


      aired: Mon, Feb 9, 2009

      When a priest who runs a homeless shelter sees a bleeding Jesus hovering at his doorstep, he is admitted to the ER. House takes on the case as a distraction for the team while he confronts Foreman and Thirteen about their relationship. The team soon learns the priest had been involved in a molestation scandal that caused him to lose his faith. However, just as they are about to dismiss his case, the patient's condition takes a drastic turn for the worse, and House grapples with his past and his belief.

    • Episode 14

      The Greater Good (HD)

      aired: Mon, Feb 2, 2009

      100th Episode Milestone! House and the team take on the case of a woman who collapsed in the middle of a cooking class, and they soon learn she is a highly-renowned cancer researcher who recently gave up her entire career in order to pursue her own personal happiness. Though the team struggles to understand how the woman could give up saving lives for the sake of her own contentment, each grapple with the pursuit of happiness (or lack thereof) in their own lives. As the patient's condition continues to worsen, so does Thirteen's as she begins to suffer serious and life-threatening reactions to the experimental Huntington's Disease clinical trial. Meanwhile, Cuddy attempts to make House's life miserable for him in retaliation for his part in her own unhappiness.

    • Episode 13

      Big Baby (HD)

      aired: Mon, Jan 26, 2009

      Cuddy decides to spend more time at home to take care of her newly adopted baby and passes some of her day-to-day responsibilites off to Cameron, including supervising House. Cameron is forced to play House's games and becomes involved in a power stuggle as he and the team take on the case of a Special Education teacher who collapsed after spitting up blood in the middle of class. As House tests Cameron's tolernace for his extreme measures, the patient continues to fall ill and House insists the teacher's seemingly inherent goodness is actually a pathology. Meanwhile, Foreman must make a critical decision regarding Thirteen's participation in the Huntington's drug trail.

    • Episode 12


      aired: Sun, Jan 18, 2009

      At Cameron's urging, House and the team take on the case of a man living with such severe chronic pain that he tries to kill himself, unable to go on after living for years without a diagnosis or any relief from his suffering. As they try to determine whether the man's pain is psychosomatic or caused by a physical disease, parallels between the patient and House's experiences with excruciating, prolonged pain become apparent. When the patient again attempts suicide under the team's care, their search for answers becomes urgent. Meanwhile, Foreman and Thirteen explore their now complicated relationship as they work together on the Huntington's disease clinical drug trial, and Cuddy finds that taking care of her newly adopted baby leaves her little time to run a hospital and baby-sit House at the same time.

    • Episode 11

      Joy to the world

      aired: Tue, Dec 9, 2008

      House and the team encounter a teenager who collapsed during her high school Christmas program. They soon find the troubled teen dealt with more than her share of bullying at school, and as her condition continues to deteriorate, the team must delve deeper to get to the bottom of her mysterious illness. Foreman continues to work with Thirteen on the Huntington's disease drug trial, and their relationship progresses when he learns a valuable lesson from her. House gives a clinic patient an unbelievable holiday gift and keeps the team guessing about who may have sent him a particularly thoughtful Christmas present. Meanwhile, Cuddy receives an unexpected gift of her own.

    • Episode 10

      Let Them Eat Cake

      aired: Tue, Dec 2, 2008

      House and the team take on the case of a high-profile fitness trainer who collapses while shooting an infomercial. As the team tests her for possible conditions such as exercise-induced asthma, steroid abuse or even a possible vitamin deficiency due to her strict diet, the patient's condition continues to worsen. Though she touts herself as an all-natural fitness guru, the team soon discovers she has a slimming secret that may be contributing to her deteriorating condition. Meanwhile, Thirteen begins her participation in a clinical drug trial for Huntington's disease led by Foreman, Kutner sets up and runs an online medical advice clinic under House's name and Cuddy moves into House's office while hers is being repaired, much to the dismay of her new officemate.

    • Episode 9

      Last Resort

      aired: Tue, Nov 25, 2008

      A gun-wielding man from the waiting room at the Princeton-Plainsboro clinic takes House, Thirteen and several patients from the waiting room hostage in Cuddy's office. The man claims to be sick with a long undiagnosed illness and demands medical attention from the best doctor in the hospital, threatening to kill any hostages necessary along the way. With a room full of already sick patients, House must use them as guinea pigs to assure the hostage-taker that the medications he is administering to him are legitimate. As Cuddy and the rest of House's team communicate with House over the phone to run tests and offer possible diagnoses, they ponder the possibility that the hostage-taker has nothing physically wrong with him and that everyone in Cuddy's office could wind up dead. With one hostage already shot, Thirteen wagers her own already diminished health as she simultaneously receives the experimental treatments the hostage is receiving. Her life lies in danger as House's own determination to diagnose the hostage-taker threatens to thwart the SWAT team's plan to put an end to the standoff.

    • Episode 8


      aired: Tue, Nov 18, 2008

      The team takes on the case of a 16-year-old factory manager who fell ill when her lungs suddenly filled with fluid while at work. The teenager informs House and team that she is an emancipated minor living on her own and supporting herself, and has ever since her parents passed away. The team begins treatment for suspected heart problems, but when Kutner chooses to sympathize with the patient rather than follow House's directions, he and the team find out the hard way that the girl may not be telling them the truth. Meanwhile, Foreman asks for House's permission to work on a clinical trial and House rejects his proposal. In an effort to prove himself capable of working without House's supervision, Foreman takes on his own pediatric case. But when the unexplained illness brings the child to the brink of death, Foreman is left questioning his ability to work free from House's custody in the "Emancipation" episode of House.

    • Episode 7

      The Itch

      aired: Tue, Nov 11, 2008

      When an agoraphobic man falls mysteriously ill and adamantly refuses to leave his home to get treatment at the hospital, House and the team go to him to figure out what might be wrong. Cameron takes charge as she has treated the patient before, and she and the team figure out ways to bring the hospital to the patient's home, much to Cuddy's disapproval. But as the patient's condition worsens and their options for treating him inside his home become increasingly limited, House and the team scheme to get the man into the hospital for surgery without causing any further physical trauma or emotional anxiety. Meanwhile, Cameron and Chase attempt to work through some kinks in their relationship, and House deals with an annoying itch he cannot seem to scratch as Wilson comes up with his own analogies about House's prickly situation in "The Itch" episode of HOUSE.

    • Episode 6


      aired: Tue, Oct 28, 2008

      The team takes on the case of a dreary middle-aged man who has been experiencing unexplained recurring blackouts and time lapses. With possible diagnoses ranging from a stroke to a concussion to toxins from the consumer products he has been testing for work, they soon find that the man, who is raising his 12-year-old daughter on his own, has been experiencing intense sleepwalking spells. As the team tries to find out what he could be doing during his sleep to make himself sick, his condition continues to deteriorate and his daughter also falls gravely ill. Meanwhile, House finds out Cuddy is going to adopt a baby that is due in two weeks. But when Cuddy meets the birth mother in person and notices a strange rash on her arm, Cuddy brings the mother to Princeton-Plainsboro where her condition worsens. Cuddy must take on the case as both a doctor and a potential mother, and she and the team are faced with a heart-wrenching decision that could risk either the birth mother's or the baby's life in the "Joy" episode of HOUSE. Guest Cast: Salvator Xuureb as Jerry Harmon; Joanna Koulis as Samantha Harmon; Vanessa Zima as Becca; Janice Allen as Sadie; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse.

    • Episode 5

      Lucky Thirteen

      aired: Tue, Oct 21, 2008

      When a woman with whom Thirteen had a one-night stand falls ill and has a seizure at Thirteen's apartment after a night of partying, Thirteen accompanies the woman to Princeton-Plainsboro where House and the team take on her case. House jumps on the opportunity to delve into Thirteen's personal life, and he and Foreman search Thirteen's apartment to find any possible causes of the woman's illness. Thirteen suspects the woman's drug use has caused her condition, but she soon finds the patient has a long medical history and has seen several doctors over the past few years. She soon finds out the patient slept with her only to get to Dr. House, and that she had been trying to get House to take her as a patient for over a year. Foreman sees evidence of Thirteen's hard-partying lifestyle and confronts her about her self-destruction, warning her that her attitude is sending her life and her job into a downward spiral. Meanwhile, House keeps his private investigator, Lucas (guest star Michael Weston), hot on Wilson's trail in the "Lucky Thirteen" episode of HOUSE.

    • Episode 4


      aired: Tue, Oct 14, 2008

      When House receives word that his father has passed away, he brushes off the news and dismisses the idea of going to the funeral. However, he is soon coerced into going despite his strongest protests. Back at Princeton-Plainsboro, the team encounters the case of a young woman adopted by American parents who collapsed while in China looking for her birth parents. With House en route to his father's funeral, he must work with the team to diagnose the woman via cell phone while on the road. The team runs through possible diagnoses and various genetic disorders, but when House's phone dies, the team must decipher what House was trying to tell them before the girl's condition deteriorates. Meanwhile, the back story of how House and Wilson met for the first time is revealed in the "Birthmarks" episode of HOUSE.

    • Episode 3

      Adverse Events

      aired: Mon, Sep 29, 2008

      House and the team take on the case of a struggling artist (guest star Breckin Meyer) who has been painting bizarre portraits. His undiagnosed illness is distorting his perception, threatening to undermine his career, his relationships and everything else in his life. The team soon finds out that he hasn't sold anything lately and is on three separate drug trials to pay the bills. House must unlock the puzzle of which drugs are causing which symptoms before it's too late. Meanwhile, House continues to have private investigator Lucas Douglas (guest star Michael Weston) dig up dirt on everyone on his team, including Taub who is having trouble in his marriage in the "Adverse Events" episode of House.

    • Episode 2

      Not Cancer

      aired: Tue, Sep 23, 2008

      When several people die suddenly and without warning five years after receiving transplants from a single organ donor, House and the team rush to save the only two surviving recipients. With one already dying and the other healthy but sure to fall ill at any moment, the team must find out what was wrong with the original organ donor. As the team sorts through the records on the deceased donor recipients to find the common thread, they must deal with a new intrusion. House has hired Lucas (guest star Michael Weston), a private investigator, to dig up information about the deceased despite the team's skepticism. Meanwhile, House auditions new best friends to replace Wilson, and soon uses Lucas for his own personal means to spy on Wilson and the other team members in the "Not Cancer" episode of House.

    • Episode 1

      Dying Changes Everything

      aired: Tue, Sep 16, 2008

      Eight weeks after the death of his girlfriend, Amber, Wilson is still mourning her death, and his relationship with his best friend House is shattered. Needing to make a change in his life and give himself time to recover emotionally, Wilson resigns from Princeton-Plainsboro. He is forced to decide if House is a destructive force in his life, while House has to determine if he's responsible for the death of his best friend's girlfriend. The team must push forward as they encounter a case involving an assistant to a high-profile executive, who is a textbook "Type A" personalitiy. The team suspects that the patient's symptoms stem from her obsession to constantly please her demanding boss. However, her shocking medical condition forces the team to rethink their initial diagnosis and see the case through House's eyes. Meanwhile, Cutty attempts to salvage the irrepairable rift between House and WIlson, and Thirteen struggles to treat the patient objectively without bringing the reality of her own medical condition to the case.

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    • Episode 24

      Human Error

      aired: Mon, May 28, 2007

      Cuban couple Esteban and his sick wife, Marina Hernandez, are pulled from the ocean during a dangerous rescue at sea while en route to the U.S. on a mission to reach Dr. House. Marina's medical records from Cuba were lost in the shipwreck, so the team runs a series of tests to determine the extent of her illness. When Marina's heart stops during a routine cardiac catheterization, the diagnostic mystery deepens. House debates with the team whether it was human error or a still-to-be-determined illness that caused Marina to flat-line, and the team fights to keep Marina alive on a bypass machine long enough for her husband to say goodbye, knowing that nothing short of a miracle can save her. Meanwhile, Foreman prepares for his last day of work at Princeton-Plainsboro, and Chase accuses House of trying to win Foreman over in order to dissuade him from leaving, prompting House to make a very rash decision that affects the whole team in the "Human Error" episode of House.

    • Episode 23

      The Jerk

      aired: Mon, May 14, 2007

      Obnoxious 16-year-old chess prodigy Nate is admitted to Princeton-Plainsboro suffering from intense head pain that came on after he attacked his opponent during a speed chess tournament. Nate's mother tells the team that Nate has been having behavior problems ever since he became a teenager, and House suspects the behavior is a symptom of cluster headaches. As House's team carries out further testing to see why he might be having the headaches, Nate manages to offend and annoy each doctor on the team. As Nate's illness progresses, his liver and kidneys begin to fail. To narrow down the list of possible diagnoses, House carries out a series of unconventional and eccentric tests of his own, including engaging Nate in a game of chess to try to beat him at his own game. Meanwhile, Foreman's frustration with House reaches a new level when he believes House sabotaged his job interview with another hospital, and Cuddy makes Foreman an offer she's sure he can't refuse in "The Jerk."

    • Episode 22


      aired: Mon, May 7, 2007

      Addie, a 19-year-old college student, is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro after coughing up a mouthful of blood during karate class. Before treating the patient, Foreman unapologetically informs the rest of the team that he is resigning, but will not say why. House strongly believes an infection is to blame for Addie's bleeding, even though her symptoms indicate otherwise. When Addie's lungs suddenly fill with fluid, the team believes that cancer or toxins could be an underlying cause, but House refuses to stray from his initial infection diagnosis. As Addie's condition worsens, House suggests a risky life-or-death treatment to confirm his suspected diagnosis, leaving the team wondering whether he cares more about making a diagnosis than he does about saving Addie's life. Meanwhile, House takes a special interest in a young, attractive nutritionist named Honey, who accompanied her boyfriend to the clinic for treatment. Knowing he will have a position open soon on his team, House has Honey fill out an employment application and sees to it they meet again under more casual circumstances.

    • Episode 21


      aired: Mon, Apr 30, 2007

      Wilson prepares his 14-year-old leukemia patient, Nick, for a last-resort bone marrow transplant from his younger brother, Matty. With Nick's immune system completely wiped out from chemotherapy, Wilson is extremely cautious about keeping him healthy before the transplant. However, when Matty sneezes during a pre-op visit to his brother, Wilson knows that Matty is not healthy enough to donate. House and the team race to find out what is making Matty sick so that they can treat him quickly and allow him to donate healthy, uninfected bone marrow to his dying brother. With no other matching donors available, the team knows that Matty is their best shot at saving Nick's life, since giving Nick bone marrow from a partial-match donor could lead to an excruciating death if Nick's body rejected it. House decides they must purposefully make Matty sicker and use his developing symptoms as a method of narrowing the diagnosis field. As both brothers' conditions worsen and Nick has only days to live, the team must diagnose and treat Matty before it's too late for both brothers. Meanwhile, Foreman is haunted by his mistake that killed a patient just one week earlier, and House only wishes he could incur similar misfortune upon his new pet and nemesis, Hector.

    • Episode 20


      aired: Mon, Apr 23, 2007

      The team takes on the case of Lupe, a young female scam artist who passes out while working a card-playing scheme on the streets. Lupe suffers from a lack of blood to the brain which had temporarily paralyzed her ability to make decisions or exercise free will. Measuring from her background, Foreman immediately suspects Lupe's condition stems from drug abuse, while Chase looks for other possibilities, such as toxins, in Lupe's apartment. Lupe senses Foreman's disdain for the decisions she's made in her life, and Foreman grapples with his own humble past when his parents come to visit him. When Lupe's symptoms worsen and her organs begin to shut down, Foreman and the team suspect cancer to be the culprit. Meanwhile, Cuddy and Wilson go out on a date to see an art exhibit together, and House probes Wilson's ex-wife about Wilson and his dating habits. When the team learns some devastating news about Lupe's condition, they realize that their own decisions, rather that Lupe's, may cost Lupe her life.

    • Episode 19

      Act Your Age

      aired: Mon, Apr 16, 2007

      The team takes on the case of 6-year-old Lucy, who collapsed at daycare. They discover that the tissues surrounding Lucy's heart have hardened and are strangling her heart, a condition usually found in much older patients. As the team searches for an explanation, Lucy's condition worsens and she suffers a stroke. There's a palpable tension between Cameron and Chase, and House intentionally assigns them tasks to do together, including a trip to Lucy's house to check for any possible environmental explanations for her condition. While there, they discover surprising evidence indicating that Lucy may have been abused. Lucy's 8-year-old brother develops a not-so-innocent crush on Cameron, and as he becomes increasingly aggressive, House suspects that whatever is killing Lucy has begun to affect her brother, too. As they try to narrow down what is causing Lucy's condition before it's too late, House and Cameron clash over how to treat her. Meanwhile, when Wilson takes Cuddy out to see a play, House puts ideas in Wilson's head regarding Cuddy's motivation for going with him.

    • Episode 18


      aired: Mon, Apr 9, 2007

      House and Cuddy board a flight back to the United States from Singapore, where they were speakers at an international conference. Shortly after takeoff, a passenger seated next to House becomes violently ill. While House brushes it off as a hangover, Cuddy suspects the man might have a deadly contagious virus and the other passengers could be at risk. Assuming the worst, Cuddy suggests the plane turn back and land, but House dissuades the flight attendant and the flight continues on. As the man's condition worsens, the rest of the passengers on the flight become increasingly uneasy, and so does House when a second passenger falls ill with the exact same rash and debilitating symptoms. Back at Princeton-Plainsboro, Wilson leads the team when they encounter Fran, a middle-aged woman who collapsed at her home and soon goes into seizures. Cameron and Chase investigate Fran's house to look for clues to a diagnosis, but they are distracted by the prospect of an empty house and an inviting bed. When they return empty-handed and Fran's health continues to decline, the team must focus on finding out what is killing Fran without House's help. Back on the flight, with First Class turned into a makeshift isolation area, House calls upon a misfit team of passengers to fill in for his own team, as he bounces questions and theories off of them. When Cuddy collapses and several more passengers fall ill, the situation turns dire as the plane is hours away from any viable landing place. Without the help of his team or even proper medical equipment, House finds himself with Cuddy's life and a plane-full of passengers' lives in his hands.

    • Episode 17

      Fetal Position

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2007

      A famous, 42-year-old, pregnant photographer, Emma Sloan (guest star Anne Ramsay), is brought to the hospital after suffering a stroke in the middle of a high-profile photo shoot with Tyson Ritter (All American Rejects). Although Emma's condition initially stabilizes, her health takes a turn for the worse when her kidneys inexplicably fail. As her health continues to deteriorate, Emma is more concerned about her baby's well-being than her own. With no other viable explanation for the kidney failure, House realizes Emma may have a rare condition called Maternal Mirror Syndrome, in which the mother's health mimics the distress level of her fetus. Meanwhile, Cameron and Chase's secret relationship is exposed to Foreman and Cuddy, and House makes extravagant plans to take a much-needed vacation. House calls Cuddy on the fact she's taken a special interest in the case as she identifies with Emma's struggle to have a child later in life, but her compassion for Emma may be clouding her judgment in the case. When Emma's liver begins to fail, House presents her with the heart-wrenching choice to terminate her fetus or die herself. But with Cuddy on her side, Emma demands they come up with another option – an option that may not exist. With Cuddy and House at odds over how to handle her case, Emma faces a life-and-death situation for both herself and her unborn child.

    • Episode 16

      Top Secret

      aired: Mon, Mar 26, 2007

      House is bewildered yet intrigued when he meets his newest patient, John Kelley, an ex-Marine who had saved House's life in a very realistic dream the night before. House is puzzled about how this man could have appeared in his dream before he met him. Recently returned from a two-year deployment in Iraq, Kelley is complaining of fatigue, pain and other non-specific ailments he thinks are the result of Gulf War Syndrome. Just like the V.A. doctors before them, the team is wary about the validity of Kelley's symptoms, but since his uncle is an important benefactor to the hospital, they continue to investigate his case. Meanwhile, House is suffering from ailments of his own – he is unable to urinate, most likely a side effect of his Vicodin abuse, and is sleep-deprived. Unable to concentrate on the case, he eventually turns to Wilson for an under-the-table prescription. While administering tests in the sleep lab, Cameron and Chase forego their clinical duties when they find each other (and a bed in the sleep lab) much more exciting. A foul infection shows up in Kelley’s mouth while Cameron and Chase were supposed to have been on the clock, and his condition only worsens as he begins to lose his hearing, sight and mobility. A brain scan reveals tumors in Kelly's brain that were not there a week earlier when the government doctors at the V.A. examined him. When traces of uranium show up in Kelley's test results, the team wonders if the government had something to hide.

    • Episode 15


      aired: Mon, Mar 5, 2007

      Patrick Obyedkov (guest star Dave Matthews), a 35-year-old musical savant, is in the middle of playing a piano concert when he suffers a painful involuntary muscle contraction in his left hand. After Patrick is admitted to Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital with a rare movement disorder, his case attracts the attention of Dr. House. House learns from Patrick's father, Dr. Obyedkov (guest star Kurtwood Smith), that Patrick suffered severe brain damage at age 10 from a bus accident that also killed his mother. House is intrigued as to why Patrick, who was a healthy 10-year-old at the time of his accident with no prior musical training, could suddenly play the piano flawlessly after suffering a severe injury. He pushes for further testing on Patrick's brain even though the team has diagnosed him with a simple muscle-contraction problem. While trying to deduce the origin of the brain rewiring responsible for Patrick's mysterious gift of music, House and his team must stop the deadly bleeding that is quickly threatening his life. Patrick's condition worsens as he suffers an onset of seizures, and as the team attempts to stabilize him, House presents a very difficult option to Patrick's father – a neurological procedure that would change Patrick's life forever. In the meantime, Cameron discovers that House has been in contact with a hospital in Massachusetts and suspects that House may be looking to take a new job there. When Cuddy contacts the hospital, she learns that House has been in contact with a brain cancer specialist – not as a job applicant, but as a patient for a clinical trial. When confronted by his team, House denies the gravity of the situation and resents their interference, and they are forced to contend with the possibility his condition may be more serious than he's letting on.

    • Episode 14


      aired: Mon, Feb 12, 2007

      It’s Valentine's Day at Princeton-Plainsboro and the ER is short-staffed due to a snowstorm. House encounters Foreman's latest patient, Hannah, who has sustained injuries from a car accident with her mother, Abby. House notices that despite her best efforts to act injured, Hannah is not feeling a bit of pain. House determines that Hannah has an incredibly rare condition that makes her completely insensitive to pain, and he takes a special interest in her case. He orders further testing to see if Hannah has any serious injuries from the car accident that she may not be able to feel, including an unnecessary procedure that causes Cuddy and Wilson to question his motives. Meanwhile, Abby undergoes surgery for her own injuries sustained in the car accident. Hannah refuses further examination and demands to see her mother, but House has little sympathy. She and House argue about which of their lives is worse, Hannah who is impervious to pain or House who suffers from pain constantly. When Hannah passes out and her temperature spikes, the doctors realize that Hannah is much sicker than they had thought. The team takes drastic measures in an attempt to inflict pain on Hannah to measure her pain threshold, but her condition only worsens. House adamantly pushes for a spinal nerve biopsy that could leave her paralyzed, a risky procedure in which few see the benefit, especially Cuddy and Wilson, who accuse House of pushing the test to get information that may benefit his own pain management. As Hannah's body deteriorates without her so much as flinching, House works through his own chronic pain to find out why this young woman cannot feel any pain at all.

    • Episode 13

      Needle in a Haystack

      aired: Mon, Feb 5, 2007

      Sixteen-year-old Stevie Lipa is admitted to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital with a serious respiratory condition and internal bleeding. Oddities of his case land him under House and the team's care, but at the moment, House is irritated to learn that new hospital researcher Dr. Julie Whitner has been assigned his handicapped parking spot by the hospital entrance. Since she's in a motorized wheelchair (and he has to walk), he asks her to give up the parking spot, but she refuses. House, determined to get a parking spot closer to the hospital entrance, appeals to Cuddy, who dares him to prove how much he wants the spot by spending one week in a wheelchair � a bet House takes on. As the team tries to get personal history information from Stevie, they can't seem to get a straight answer out of him, and it's revealed he's from a family of gypsies. Stevie's parents arrive with homeopathic remedies; they won't consent to House and the team's suggested course of action, and refuse all modern medical treatment. As Stevie's body continues to bleed internally, Foreman makes the risky decision to sidestep Stevie�s parents and appeals directly to the teenage patient, putting his medical license on the line while asking Stevie to lie to his parents.

    • Episode 12

      One Day, One Room

      aired: Mon, Jan 29, 2007

      House has beaten the drug charges and is back at the hospital after a short stint in rehab. Cuddy comes to collect on House's debt for perjuring herself on the stand and keeping him out of jail. She forces House to pay off the debt in clinic hours, requiring him to carry out a series of less-than-desirable patient exams in the clinic. Tired of House's incessant whining about his disdain for the patients, Cuddy turns his clinic duty into a game, with the stakes raised to a level that speaks to House – money. At the clinic, House encounters patient Eve, who has tested positive for an STD and admits she’s very recently been raped. Knowing he can't do anything more for Eve medically, House refers her to a psychiatrist, but she refuses to talk to the doctor and will only be treated by House. He repeatedly tries to dismiss himself from her case, but finds himself forced to unravel a very different puzzle than the sort he's used to – and compelled to come to terms with events in his own life in order to help Eve make sense of her own. Meanwhile, at the clinic Cameron encounters a homeless man with terminal cancer who, in spite of her pleas to let her ease his suffering, admits to her his basis for refusing pain medication during his final hours.

    • Episode 11

      Words and Deeds

      aired: Mon, Jan 8, 2007

      House is forced to respond in court to the criminal charges against him regarding illegal possession of narcotics, and the judge sets a date for a preliminary hearing. Enough is enough for Cuddy, who insists that House apologize to Detective Tritter as a final attempt to stay out of jail, since he refused to respond to Tritter's previous deal by the deadline. Meanwhile, the case of Derek Hoyt, a firefighter suffering from extreme body temperatures and disorientation, leads the team to believe their patient is suffering from an extreme hormone imbalance, but Derek has a violent reaction to their course of treatment, potentially causing serious bodily harm to Cameron in the process. Clearly distracted from Derek's case, House stuns the team when he makes a shocking revelation in an attempt to save himself from jail time. As Derek's condition worsens, the team must try to solve the mystery of his illness without House's help, but information from Derek sends them in the wrong direction and leads Derek to choose a risky, radical treatment on his brain which, if he survives it, will kill the person he currently is in order to hide a secret he's not willing to reveal.

    • Episode 10

      Merry Little Christmas

      aired: Mon, Dec 11, 2006

      It's Christmas at Princeton-Plainsboro and Wilson has a present for House – he and Detective Tritter have struck a deal and House has three days to accept it. Wilson will testify that he didn't sign the prescriptions House used to illegally obtain Vicodin, and House will receive two months in a rehab clinic for pleading guilty, avoiding jail time. Even though the deal apparently would make the whole nightmare go away, House is furious at Wilson, will not admit he did anything wrong and immediately goes looking for Cuddy. Barging in on Cuddy in an examining room, he meets her patient, Abigail, and Abigail's mom, Maddy, both dwarfs. Abigail has a number of symptoms and is recovering from a recently collapsed lung, but Cuddy doesn't recognize the gravity of her illness and House takes on the case. As House and the team get to work, Cuddy finds out about the deal offered to House, pulls him from the case, suspends his treatment privileges and refuses to dole out any more Vicodin until he takes the deal. As Abigail's condition worsens, House begins to detox and the team tries unsuccessfully to solve the case without him. When Abigail reaches a critical point, Cuddy begs House for help one last time, but they play a game of chicken to see who will flinch first as he holds out for his pain medication before he'll offer any more of his insights into the case. Cuddy is forced to make a difficult and potentially life-threatening choice between her patient's life and House's life.

    • Episode 9

      Finding Judas

      aired: Mon, Nov 27, 2006

      House and the team take on the case of Alice, a young girl with pancreatitis. Since her divorced parents can't agree on how to proceed with her treatment and won't let House bully them into making a decision, House's only option is to take them to court and let a judge rule on the matter. When Alice's condition continues to worsen, House is forced to take her parents to court again, but in a surprising ruling, the judge awards guardianship of Alice to Dr. Cuddy, leaving her to determine the young girl's medical care. Meanwhile, House's reduced access to Vicodin is beginning to take its toll and he hits Cuddy up for more of the medication, but instead of writing a prescription, she strictly rations his pills. Detective Tritter wants House to find a non-addictive way to cope with his pain before House kills somebody. As part of his strategy to get one of House's team members to crack, Tritter freezes Cameron and Foreman's bank accounts, and ultimately offers Foreman a deal to come clean about House's drug use.

    • Episode 8


      aired: Mon, Nov 20, 2006

      House's newest patient is 18-year-old Jack (guest star Patrick Fugit, "Almost Famous"), brought to the hospital after experiencing a heart attack and massive vomiting. Barely an adult himself, Jack has been the parent to his younger brother and sister since their parents died. After a brief perusal of Jack's file, House thinks he's got the diagnosis, seals it in an envelope and turns the process into a game, challenging Cameron, Foreman and Chase to figure it out on their own. When Jack is given an option that would lead to a possible reprieve from his worsening illness, he's faced with a decision that could break up his little family forever. Meanwhile, in an attempt to extract a confession, Tritter (guest star David Morse) makes it almost impossible for Wilson to practice medicine, driving a friendship-ruining wedge between House and Wilson.

    • Episode 7

      Son of Coma Guy

      aired: Mon, Nov 13, 2006

      Kyle comes to the hospital regularly to visit his father, Gabe, who has been in a coma for 10 years. Noticing something "off" about Kyle, House conducts a mini-experiment that leaves the boy unconscious. When symptoms point to a possible genetic condition, House and his team must glean a family history from Kyle's only living relative – his comatose father. Meanwhile, Wilson confronts House about stealing his prescription pad, and Tritter (guest star David Morse) questions Cameron, Foreman and Chase, dividing the team and revealing where their individual loyalties lie.

    • Episode 6

      Que Sera Sera

      aired: Mon, Nov 6, 2006

      A 600-pound man, George Hagel, is admitted to the hospital after he is found in his apartment in a coma. While they conduct the necessary tests, the team runs into several obstacles due to the sheer mass of the patient, and while sedated and undergoing an MRI, George suddenly awakes in a panic and struggles to get free. Upon awakening, George decides that he is fine and requests a discharge. Afraid that George's problem is bigger than he believes, Cameron takes extreme measures to stop him from leaving. George believes his problems are unrelated to his weight and instructs the team to come up with other theories. Unconvinced by George's reasoning, House discovers the root of his illness during a physical altercation. Meanwhile, House has spent the night in jail after being arrested by Officer Michael Tritter for a number of violations, including resisting arrest. Tritter, putting the squeeze on House, searches his home to find more evidence of his drug abuse and puts House's team on the spot when he questions each of them about House and his relationship with Vicodin, and it becomes evident that House may need to get a lawyer.

    • Episode 5

      Fools for Love

      aired: Mon, Oct 30, 2006

      House takes on the case of 20-year-old female patient Tracy Dawson, who is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital with breathing difficulties and unexplained intense abdominal pain after she and her husband, Jeremy, are victims of a robbery. During Tracy's stress test, Jeremy collapses in the hospital viewing room, with test results leading the team to believe the couple's illnesses are related. Their strained relationship with Jeremy's father causes Tracy to hallucinate about a past incident when her father-in-law tried to hurt Jeremy for seeing her. The traumatic dream leaves Tracy in a coma and House wants to conduct a very risky biopsy on her brain stem, but Jeremy refuses to consent. House enlists Wilson's help to explain the potentially dangerous procedure and secure Jeremy's consent, but all does not go as planned; House discovers a new symptom that takes the case down a shocking new path and changes the course of the couples' lives forever. Meanwhile, House and clinic patient Michael Tritter (guest star David Morse) have a touchy altercation, leaving Tritter appalled and furious at the way House treated him.

    • Episode 4

      Lines in the Sand

      aired: Mon, Sep 25, 2006

      House takes the case of Adam, a 10-year-old severely autistic boy who screams loudly for no apparent reason, at least not a reason his three previous doctors could diagnose. The team wonders why House is taking the case – the boy's not sick; his symptoms seem to be a product of his autism. House claims he just wants a patient who can't lie, but it seems he relates to this kid: the social aloofness, the obsession with detail, the lack of social graces. In fact, House actually envies him; living in a shell has its advantages. But when Cuddy makes a minor change to House's office and House refuses to use the office until it's returned to its original state, he finds himself wandering the hospital in need of a temporary home, crashing in Cuddy and Wilson's offices. Meanwhile, teenager Ali from the previous episode still has a crush on House and is becoming a nuisance around the hospital. As Adam becomes more ill and the torturous diagnostic procedures yield nothing, House realizes he needs an answer, and his patient just might be the only one who can give him one. House finds he has to break through the very shell he admires in order to get anything out of the boy.

    • Episode 3

      Informed Consent

      aired: Mon, Sep 18, 2006

      The ketamine has worn off and House is back to using his cane and doesn't want to talk about it. His new patient is Ezra Powell (guest star Joel Grey), a renowned pioneer in the field of medical research, who collapsed in his lab. House puts Ezra through diagnostic rigors, but the team is unable to come up with a conclusive diagnosis, and Ezra's health continues to deteriorate. Becoming increasingly debilitated, Ezra ultimately demands that the team stop the litany of medical tests and help him end his life. The team members have divergent opinions on the morality of helping Ezra die, especially since the possibility of a cure is still in question. The moral dilemma of whether to assist in his suicide and abide by Ezra's wishes, or to ignore what their patient wants drives the team in very different directions. Meanwhile, the teenage daughter of a clinic patient has developed a crush on Dr. House.

    • Episode 2

      Cane and Able

      aired: Mon, Sep 11, 2006

      House's ego has taken quite a blow because he failed to diagnose his last case, and it's affecting him physically. He is obviously in pain again, although he continues to deny it. House's new case is 7-year-old Clancy, a product of in-vitro fertilization, who's been admitted to the hospital with rectal bleeding and proclamations of being tortured by aliens. As the team runs tests on him, they discover the same test is giving conflicting results. When Clancy claims to have a tracking device in the back of his neck and the team discovers an unknown metal object exactly in that spot, they aren't quite sure what to think. Amidst all this weirdness, Cuddy and Wilson decide it would be best not to tell House the truth about his last case, thinking that perhaps he will learn some humility if he believes he's not always right. Cameron discovers the lie and is outraged, but Cuddy convinces her to hold off telling House. When House and the team discover cells with a different type of DNA in Clancy's body, they are forced to give Clancy's alien claims a little more credence, but a frustrated House gives up on his young patient, forcing Cuddy to re-think her desire to hold back the truth she's hiding.

    • Episode 1


      aired: Mon, Sep 4, 2006

      House has recovered from multiple gunshot wounds and is back at work, taking on two cases simultaneously: Richard, paralyzed after brain cancer surgery eight years ago, who drove himself on his motorized wheelchair headfirst into a swimming pool; and Caren, a young woman paralyzed from the neck down after a yoga session. As House begins to diagnose and treat them, the team notices a distinct change in his attitude toward the patients, and Cameron even catches Richard's wife thanking House for his sensitivity to her husband's situation. House suspects that Richard could possibly walk again, but he has no specific medical proof to back up his hunch and the various treatment avenues he pursues lead nowhere. Cameron and Foreman refuse to indulge House and his theories, which they feel he's pursuing merely to make the case interesting for himself. Cuddy and Wilson also are convinced House is creating a mystery out of Richard's case to cure his own boredom, but he denies it and becomes more frustrated when his theories do not point to a cure for Richard, forcing House to face an unpleasant truth.

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    • Episode 24

      No Reason

      aired: Mon, May 22, 2006

      As House and his team work on the diagnosis of Vince, a man with a giant swollen tongue, disgruntled former patient Jack Moriarty (guest star Elias Koteas) walks into House's office and shoots him. House continues to treat Vince from his hospital bed in the ICU with Moriarty, shot by hospital security and handcuffed to his bed, as his roommate. Mysteriously since the shooting, House feels decreased pain in his leg. However, aftereffects of the shooting begin to affect him negatively and he starts to question his own ability to diagnose, while hostility increases between him and Moriarty. As Vince's body begins to deteriorate, House struggles through his own self-doubts and must trust his team to find a way to solve the case.

    • Episode 23

      Who's Your Daddy?

      aired: Mon, May 15, 2006

      A 16-year-old female Hurricane Katrina victim suffering from hallucinations about the tragedy is brought to House by his ex-bandmate Crandall (guest star D.B. Sweeney), who tells House he recently found out she's his daughter. House takes the case despite feeling more pain than usual in his leg. He wants to run a paternity test to make sure his friend is not being scammed, but Crandall refuses. As the team treats the patient, House still has his suspicions, and when her treatment requires a bone marrow transplant, Crandall offers himself up, but must be tested to see if he's a match (while still refusing the paternity test). As House works his way through the girl's lies to find clues to diagnose and treat her, he is forced to tell some lies of his own. Meanwhile, Cuddy asks House to review two medical files, and it doesn't take long for him to figure out that she's looking for a sperm donor. But House takes the search a step further and sets Cuddy up for a big surprise.

    • Episode 22


      aired: Mon, May 8, 2006

      When young mother Kara has a seizure while bathing her child, it causes the near drowning of her newborn son. Unable to determine the cause of Kara's seizures, House and the team race to find what's wrong with her while simultaneously trying to bring her infant back to life. When both mother and son develop complications, Kara's husband must make some very difficult decisions. Kara's husband learns some shocking information about his wife and struggles to deal with his newfound emotions towards her. Meanwhile, Foreman has returned to work and is struggling to regain normalcy in his life after his brain biopsy, Chase admits he needs a break and House investigates why Cuddy has asked Wilson on a date.

    • Episode 21

      Euphoria, Pt. 2

      aired: Tue, May 2, 2006

      The police officer is dead, and Foreman continues to experience the same dire progression of symptoms: blindness, muscle contractures and excruciating pain. Foreman realizes he very well may be facing death and tries to make amends in his life. He calls his father (guest star Charles S. Dutton), who travels to be at his son's side. House, Cameron and Chase try everything they can, including infecting him with another disease. As Foreman's body fails, the only choice left is a dangerous brain biopsy to try to confirm the cause. House thinks the solution lies back at the policeman's apartment. It comes down to a race against time, and House fights to figure out the source of Foreman's illness before Cameron has to biopsy his brain.

    • Episode 20

      Euphoria, Pt. 1

      aired: Mon, May 1, 2006

      A police officer is admitted in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head and symptoms that include unexplained giddiness. With no explanation for the odd symptoms, House dispatches Dr. Foreman to the officer's apartment to see if he can gather any clues or possible causes. As the officer's case worsens, Foreman begins to exhibit the same early symptoms and is put in isolation with the patient until House and the team can make a diagnosis. The police officer's condition continues to deteriorate and Forman is forced to watch up-close as the officer descends into unbearable and unmanageable pain. The team races to find the cause of the illness before Foreman's condition takes the same deadly path.

    • Episode 19

      vs. God

      aired: Mon, Apr 24, 2006

      When 15-year-old faith healer, Boyd, is admitted and claims he can talk to God, House takes the case. House thinks the kid is a clever con until the boy touches one of Wilson's cancer patients and causes her cancer to go into remission. Boyd refuses surgery on his brain because he believes it will take away his healing power, but as his condition begins to deteriorate and the condition of Wilson's cancer patient improves, House and his team must confront their own feelings about faith and God. Meanwhile, tension is still in the air between Cameron and Foreman after she accused him of stealing her idea for the medical article he had published.

    • Episode 18

      Sleeping Dogs Lie

      aired: Mon, Apr 17, 2006

      A young woman, Hannah, hasn't been able to sleep for 10 days. She's brought in after she downed an entire bottle of sleeping pills and still didn't fall asleep. Meanwhile, Cameron accuses Foreman of stealing a medical journal article she wrote; he denies stealing it, insisting he wrote his own article about the same case and it was printed before hers was submitted. As Hannah's condition deteriorates, it becomes apparent that she will need a liver transplant to give House enough time to try to solve her case. Her girlfriend and partner, Max, is a perfect match and agrees to donate part of her liver, despite its being a very dangerous procedure. However, the team discovers vital information about Hannah and Max's relationship, forcing them into an ethical quandary that potentially eliminates Hannah's chance of survival.

    • Episode 17

      All In

      aired: Mon, Apr 10, 2006

      It's poker night at Princeton Plainsboro when the hospital hosts an oncology benefit. A 6-year-old boy is brought in exhibiting symptoms that aren't too unusual; however, when House learns of additional specifics, he jumps on the case right away. He's seen this set of unique symptoms before, in a previous case when an elderly patient lost her life. House is convinced the boy's case is identical and that he can predict the course of the young patient's illness. Relying on Wilson to stall Cuddy at the poker table so she stays out of his way on this one, House becomes increasingly frustrated and desperate to stop the young boy's illness from progressing, in order to prevent him from suffering the same fate as the former patient.

    • Episode 16


      aired: Mon, Apr 3, 2006

      Melinda (guest star Michelle Trachtenberg), a rebellious teenage girl who's immunocompromised as a result of medications she's taking after a heart transplant, has a severe allergic reaction and goes into shock despite living in a "clean" room. House and the team step in to figure out exactly what caused the reaction, but end up playing referee between Melinda, her overprotective mother (guest star Mel Harris) and her boyfriend. Melinda's heart condition worsens and she develops a paralysis that is slowly moving up her legs, and the team must rush to solve her case before the paralysis reaches her heart. Meanwhile, House and Wilson continue to work out the kinks in their new living arrangement.

    • Episode 15


      aired: Mon, Mar 27, 2006

      House and his team take on a new patient, Bob, who comes to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital after suffering from a breathing attack while role-playing in the bedroom with his wife (guest star Samantha Mathis). All the symptoms point to heavy metal poisoning, but the tests do not. Meanwhile, as the team goes through its diagnostic process, House is wreaking havoc in the clinic, telling a patient that he got a sexually transmitted disease from his wife. When the wife confronts House about it, he tricks the patient and his wife into divulging the truth. In addition, Wilson has moved in with House and things are not going too smoothly. After House and his team treat Bob for a number of things, including food allergies and lupus, with no results, House is still sure it's heavy metal poisoning. When all the usual metals turn up negative, House confronts Bob's wife as to the origin of Bob's deadly illness, and all signs point to the wife.

    • Episode 14

      Sex Kills

      aired: Mon, Mar 6, 2006

      When Henry (guest star Howard Hesseman) experiences a seizure but is not aware of it while it's happening, House takes on the case. The team's differential diagnosis points to a bacterial infection, but Henry suffers a heart attack before the treatment for his infection is able to work, prompting the need for a heart transplant. Racing to find a heart donor in time to treat Henry before the infection kills him, House finds an organ donor who's been declared unfit due to a mysterious illness. He deceptively approaches the husband of the deceased woman, surreptitiously questioning him for information about his wife, when all he wants is her heart. Faced with only one option, House and the team must race against time to diagnose the dead woman's illness before they can attempt to use her heart to cure their dying patient.

    • Episode 13

      Skin Deep

      aired: Sun, Feb 19, 2006

      Dr. House treats a teenage supermodel for heroin addiction and, in the process, uncovers a startling secret about the girl. Meanwhile, Wilson hopes that House's increased leg pain indicates that his leg nerves are regenerating, and a male clinic patient suffers from high estrogen levels that allow him to experience his wife's pregnancy, including morning sickness and labor pains.

    • Episode 12


      aired: Mon, Feb 13, 2006

      When a young man comes into the hospital severely burned, but with some unusual activity going on in his blood tests, House and his team have a difficult challenge. How can you diagnose a burn victim when you are unable to use your normal testing methods? The team must get very creative to figure out how to test the patient before his body shuts down. To complicate matters further, House is intent on proving that a former colleague from medical school's new migraine drug doesn't work. Determined to prove the ex-colleague wrong, House makes himself the guinea pig of his own unofficial tests, with painful results.

    • Episode 11

      Need to Know

      aired: Mon, Feb 6, 2006

      Margo (guest star Julie Warner), a young housewife on fertility medication, is brought to Princeton Plainsboro Hospital when her inexplicable muscle flailing causes her to crash her car. As Margo's symptoms progress, House and the team think she might have Huntington's disease but when Margo descends into paranoia, they must dig deeper to figure out the cause of her illness, and the team is once again reminded that everybody lies. Meanwhile, House and Stacy return from Baltimore with a rekindled relationship, Wilson is worried that House is setting himself up for another emotional letdown, and Cameron is refusing to get the results of her HIV test.

    • Episode 10

      Failure to Communicate

      aired: Mon, Jan 9, 2006

      Journalist Fletcher Stone (guest star Michael O’Keefe) collapses at his editor’s retirement party and hits his head on a table. When he comes to, his sentences don’t make sense, and he is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Since House and Stacy are out of town defending House’s Medicaid billings, the team struggles to solve the case on its own. Meanwhile, House and Stacy realize they still have feelings for each other, and when a storm comes through Baltimore, their return flight is cancelled and they are forced to share a hotel room together – further turning up the heat between them. Frustrated since he thinks he’s speaking normally, Fletcher tries hopelessly to communicate with Foreman, Cameron and Chase, but they can’t decipher what he’s trying to tell them. As his organs rapidly deteriorate, the team enlists House’s help to help crack the code to try to save Fletcher’s life before it’s too late.

    • Episode 9


      aired: Mon, Dec 12, 2005

      Off-track betting gambler Anica (guest star Cynthia Nixon) collapses in front of House while they're both following horse races at the site. Confused by her symptoms and what he witnessed after she collapsed, he instructs medics to take her to Princeton Plainsboro and takes her case. After the team discovers she's been seeing a number of doctors for a variety of supposed illnesses, everyone but House thinks it's Munchausen's, a disease that causes people to fake symptoms for the medical attention. House butts heads over Anica's medical care with his former team member and current supervisor Dr. Foreman. Standing by the Munchausen's diagnosis, Foreman sends Anica home over House's objections. Convinced she is legitimately ill, House draws a confession out of Anica that may save her life.

    • Episode 8

      The Mistake

      aired: Mon, Nov 28, 2005

      Kayla, mother of two young girls, doubles over with stomach pain during her children's talent show and is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Six months later, Dr. Chase and Dr. House are being counseled by Stacy in preparation for a disciplinary hearing aimed at determining if either Chase or House made a mistake that ultimately led to Kayla's death and her family's subsequent lawsuit. Reliving the details of Kayla's case in contradictory flashbacks, Stacy discovers Chase is holding something back about the details of his medical care. Meanwhile, House holds an important piece of information about Chase that may affect the hearing's outcome, but it's up to the disciplinary committee to determine if either doctor is at fault and what the professional repercussions may be for House and Chase.

    • Episode 7


      aired: Mon, Nov 21, 2005

      Kalvin, a gay man with full-blown AIDS, confronts House in front of his home, demands that House figure out what's causing his illness, besides HIV or AIDS, and collapses at his feet. When Kalvin claims that House assaulted him, Cuddy tells House to give Stacy the facts. House meets with Stacy at her home, armed with some unethically-garnered personal information about her, and he and Stacy share close quarters when he tries to help her exterminate a mouse from her attic, to the chagrin of her temporarily handicapped husband, Mark. During an exam, Kalvin accidentally coughs HIV-positive blood onto Cameron's face, and she is forced to confront the possibility that her life may be changed forever. When House discovers Kalvin's father is suffering from unique symptoms of his own, he must figure out if they are connected and solve the puzzle to save both father and son.

    • Episode 6


      aired: Mon, Nov 14, 2005

      When a famous professional cyclist is brought in after collapsing during a race, House doesn’t want to treat him because he thinks he’s lying about doing drugs. But when the patient is forthcoming about taking all sorts of performance enhancers and blood-doping drugs, House is definitely intrigued. Cameron is upset the patient is a hero to kids when he is clearly cheating at his sport. She struggles with the ethical dilemma of patient confidentiality and considers going to the media. Meanwhile, House tries to disrupt Stacy and Mark’s relationship by attending a group therapy session with Mark.

    • Episode 5

      Daddy's Boy

      aired: Mon, Nov 7, 2005

      When recent college graduate Carnell drops at a graduation party from internal shocks, he is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Hospital. With his father Ken at his bedside, it becomes apparent the two have not been truthful with each other in their lives and their major trust issues affect how the medical team gets the information it needs to help solve Carnell's case. Carnell soon develops other symptoms, and House's team suspects it might be from a Spring Break trip out of the country, but have to dig deeper to get all the information. Meanwhile, House has his own issues with his father and is trying unsuccessfully to get out of a dinner engagement with his parents when they arrive in town.

    • Episode 4

      TB or Not TB

      aired: Mon, Oct 31, 2005

      When Dr. Sebastian Charles (guest star Ron Livingston, "Little Black Book," "Sex and the City"), renowned physician and head of an international organization to fight the spread of tuberculosis among the poor in Africa, is rushed to Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital after collapsing, he immediately determines all the symptoms are from TB. Dr. House has a different opinion and requests additional tests to help determine the cause of his illness. The case begins to get media attention and Dr. Charles sees his chance to further his cause by refusing to submit to any additional tests and take necessary medication in order to gain media exposure for the inadequacies of the medical system for the poor in Africa. As House confronts his patient on live television, his medical condition deteriorates and the team takes over to try to save his life. Meanwhile, Foreman fills in for House in the clinic with disastrous results and Cameron sees eye to eye with Dr. Charles and his cause.

    • Episode 3

      Humpty Dumpty

      aired: Mon, Sep 26, 2005

      When Cuddy's handyman Alfredo, a young Latino and the sole provider for his family, falls from her roof and develops strange darkened pinkies, Cuddy joins the team in trying to figure out what's wrong with him. Despite everything the team tries, the whole hand becomes infected. As Cuddy struggles with worry and guilt, House and his team are forced to amputate Alfredo's hand so they have more time to diagnose the illness before it kills the patient. However, when Alfredo's other hand starts showing the same symptoms, the doctors look outside the hospital for answers. A trip to the young man's neighborhood helps them understand Alfredo's desire for a better life for his family, and provides a clue as to what might be causing his deadly illness.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Mon, Sep 19, 2005

      Andie, a 9-year-old terminal cancer patient, is brought in after suffering from a hallucinogenic episode. Wilson convinces House to take the case, but he and his team struggle to diagnose what caused the hallucination. Andie handles the reality of her terminal medical situation remarkably well, so well that House questions the sincerity of her bravery and considers the possibility it may be a medical symptom. Meanwhile, Andie's request to experience one of life's great "firsts" forces Dr. Chase to make a difficult personal decision. House has an idea of what's causing Andie's medical emergency, but puts the decision in her hands as to whether to take on an extremely risky experimental treatment, one that may end her life even sooner than her terminal illness.

    • Episode 1


      aired: Mon, Sep 12, 2005

      When Death Row inmate Clarence (guest star LL Cool J) mysteriously and suddenly collapses after hallucinating, House jumps at the chance to take the case for its difficulty and because it's "cool." Dr. Cameron refuses to treat the patient in protest and feels they should treat a cancer patient because she's more deserving, raising the question: is one life more important than another? Meanwhile, House and Stacy (guest star Sela Ward) are adjusting to her working at the hospital. As House goes though his diagnostic process, including having a drink or three with his prisoner patient, Dr. Cameron must come to terms with the fact that she just might not be able to help every patient.

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    • Episode 22


      aired: Mon, May 23, 2005

      House insists he can handle things when Stacy (guest-star Sela Ward), the woman he once loved, asks him to diagnose Mark, the man she married. When Mark's tests come back normal yet symptoms show that his brain is dying, the puzzle may be one that even House can't solve. While Wilson worries about House's emotional well-being, the team is blown away by his over-the-top demands. As House struggles to put his emotions aside and solve the case, Cuddy adds to his dilemma and offers Stacy a reason to stay.

    • Episode 21

      Three Stories

      aired: Mon, May 16, 2005

      House’s ex-girlfriend Stacy Warner (guest star Sela Ward) returns - not to be with House, but to get his help for her ailing husband. While House decides whether or not to take the case, Cuddy instructs him to substitute for a sick professor and present a lecture to a class of medical students. As he weaves the stories of three patients (including guest star Carmen Electra) who all present with a similar symptom, House gives a lecture the students will never forget. In the end, they come out with a broader understanding of diagnostics and House’s team comes out with a greater understanding of him.

    • Episode 20

      Love Hurts

      aired: Mon, May 9, 2005

      While Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital is rife with rumor and speculation about House's imminent date with Cameron, House apparently scares a meek clinic patient into having a stroke. The team must navigate their way through the patient's odd proclivities, overbearing "friend" and reluctant parents in order to stop the strokes and try to save the guy's life. All the while, Wilson, Cuddy and the team offer House dating advice and lay odds on the outcome.

    • Episode 19


      aired: Mon, May 2, 2005

      While a meningitis scare overwhelms the resources and staff of Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, House zeros in on a single patient: a 12-year-old whose symptoms are similar to, but not quite right for, meningitis. Cuddy gives them an hour to crack the case before pulling their medical manpower to treat the countless patients taking over the waiting rooms, but when they discover something quite unexpected, House, Foreman and Chase must devise ingenious ways and locations to treat the girl's delicate condition amid the chaos. Meanwhile, House asks Cameron to come back to her job now that Vogler is gone, but she's got a surprising requirement.

    • Episode 18

      Babies & Bathwater

      aired: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

      While House and his team scramble to discover what's causing brain and kidney dysfunction in a pregnant woman, Vogler (guest star Chi McBride) is on the warpath to get House fired. House diagnoses his pregnant patient's illness, but now she and her husband struggle with an emotional and heartbreaking choice: to save her life, or that of her unborn child. Meanwhile, Vogler sets up a board meeting to get rid of House, but when Wilson objects, Vogler lashes out against him and shocks Cuddy and the rest of the board with his decision. Finally, Cuddy takes a stand against Vogler. (Will she be next?)

    • Episode 17

      Role Model

      aired: Mon, Apr 11, 2005

      At a high-level campaign fundraiser, up-and-coming Senator Tom Wright (guest star Joe Morton) becomes violently ill. Vogler (guest star Chi McBride) pushes House to take Wright's case and also dangles a new incentive in front of him: deliver a speech on behalf of Vogler's pharmaceutical company, and save his whole team. While the Senator's symptoms and tests point to AIDS, a condition which would squash his White House dreams forever, House and the team dig for different answers. Meanwhile, House gives the speech, but it's not exactly what Vogler had in mind.

    • Episode 16


      aired: Mon, Mar 28, 2005

      When an obese 10-year-old girl presents with a heart attack, House and his team investigate. At first thinking it's an adverse reaction to diet pills, they ultimately uncover a much more deadly source of her illness. Meanwhile, under pressure from hospital management, House tries to figure out which of his team to fire. But once he makes a decision, Vogler doesn't accept it and demands he pick someone else, leading House to suspect one of his team members is giving inside information to Vogler.

    • Episode 15

      Mob Rules

      aired: Mon, Mar 21, 2005

      Just before mobster Joey Arnello spills the beans in federal court and enters witness protection, he collapses. Is he faking? A court order instructs House to find out - and fast. House and his team struggle to diagnose and cure Joey while Joey's brother Bill tries to slow things down and keep Joey from testifying. Meanwhile, Cuddy struggles to convince Vogler (guest star Chi McBride) that House is an essential part of the hospital. With Joey mysteriously slipping in and out of a coma, and House's job on the line, House makes an exception to his own policy and gets to know his patient.

    • Episode 14


      aired: Mon, Mar 14, 2005

      Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital is turned upside-down when billionaire entrepreneur Edward Vogler (guest star Chi McBride) buys his way into becoming Chairman of the Board. Vogler intends to use the hospital as a new biotech venture, meaning they no longer require the financially draining services of one Dr. Gregory House. Meanwhile, a powerful young woman who seemingly has it all (guest star Sarah Clarke) - perfect life, perfect body, perfect job - becomes inexplicably paralyzed. Upon discovering her deadly secret, House finds himself fighting for her life even though it means risking his job and his medical license.

    • Episode 13


      aired: Mon, Feb 28, 2005

      A 12-year-old boy believes he's cursed after a Ouija board tells him he's going to die. His father, a major financial supporter of the hospital, makes escalating demands of House and the team as they try to diagnose the boy's pneumonia-like symptoms and incongruous rash. Tension intensifies when House invites Chase's estranged father, a renowned doctor visiting from Australia, into their circle of diagnosticians - much to Chase's discomfort - and House is intrigued by Chase's lack of relationship with his father. When the boy's diagnosis becomes more evident, the young patient is forced to face the idea that his father may not be everything he believes.

    • Episode 12

      Sports Medicine

      aired: Mon, Feb 21, 2005

      A severely broken arm reveals a bizarre case of bone loss and ends the comeback plans of major league pitcher Hank Wiggen (guest star Scott Foley). House suspects Hank - with a history of drug abuse - is lying about using steroids, as his condition worsens. When Hank's kidneys start to fail, his wife offers to donate hers, but she would have to abort her early pregnancy. Forced into an impossible solution, and admitting failure as an addict, Hank tries to take his own life. House and his team must isolate and fix the problem soon if this pitcher's life, as well his career, can be saved.

    • Episode 11


      aired: Mon, Feb 14, 2005

      While trying to figure out why a young patient won't stop bleeding, House takes Cuddy's challenge and goes off Vicodin for a week in exchange for no clinic duty for a month. If House and his team can't determine the source of his patient's blood loss, the 16-year-old car accident victim will die in a matter of days. As House's withdrawal symptoms become more and more severe, his directives for his patient are more harsh and risky than usual, forcing Foreman and Cameron to fear he may not be thinking clearly enough to save the patient's life.

    • Episode 10


      aired: Mon, Feb 7, 2005

      Dr. Foreman believes an uncooperative homeless woman is faking seizures to get a meal ticket at the teaching hospital. But her homelessness strikes a personal chord with Dr. Wilson and he grows determined to keep her from falling between the cracks. Her worsening symptoms prove to be a complex mystery for House and his team, but the mystery of her identity and medical history may hold the answers to saving her life. Just as the team suspects she has contagious meningitis, the woman goes missing, only to be Tasered by the police, who bring her back. But House deduces the Taser may have proven yet another diagnosis, with dire results.

    • Episode 9


      aired: Mon, Jan 31, 2005

      Legendary jazz musician John Henry Giles (guest star Henry Lennix) checks into Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital believing he's dying from ALS and signs a DNR to avoid a slow death. House disagrees with the diagnosis and goes against everyone's wishes when he violates the DNR to save Giles' life. The decision lands House in court, drives Foreman to consider taking another job, and results in Giles' paralysis worsening. But when the patient inexplicably starts getting better, the team has to figure out the mystery in reverse and find out why his condition is improving.

    • Episode 8


      aired: Mon, Jan 24, 2005

      When a high school student falls victim to a mysterious but lethal poisoning, House and his team jump in to find out what is killing the teen. Given a low heart rate and a clean tox screen, House sends Cameron and Chase to the teen's home to find the hot new drug House is sure he's taking. They don't find any drugs, but think they've come up with the answers, until a second unrelated student is admitted with identical symptoms. With the boys' lives hanging in the balance, House and the team have to connect the dots - fast. Meanwhile, an 82-year-old patient has become enamored with House while he helps her figure out the basis of her renewed fascination with her sexual feelings.

    • Episode 7


      aired: Mon, Dec 27, 2004

      When young wife Elyse falls ill with a rare disease she can't possibly have, Dr. Cameron is very interested in the case – so much so that her interest convinces House to take the case, and the team struggles to save her and appease her very attentive husband, Ed (guest star Dominic Purcell). After Dr. House and Dr. Wilson treat a woman at the clinic with new breast implants, the idea that House's new patient Elyse may have breast cancer is raised as a possible diagnosis. But that diagnosis fails to be the answer when Elyse lapses into a coma after starting treatment. House starts to suspect Elyse has contracted a rare sexually transmitted disease, but when Ed and Elyse are questioned individually, they each deny having an affair. To save their patient's life, the team has to acknowledge that House is right: everybody lies.

    • Episode 6

      The Socratic Method

      aired: Mon, Dec 20, 2004

      When it appears that Lucy Palermo, a schizophrenic mom with deadly deep vein thrombosis, is lying about her alcohol intake, Dr. House is the lone voice of reason. Under the scrutiny of her hyper-vigilant teenage son, House takes Lucy off all her medication and secretly sends Foreman and Chase to search her apartment for clues. An anonymous call to Social Services makes House question whether Lucy is really schizophrenic, and causes Lucy's son, Lucas, to blame Dr. House for making the call. Wading through Lucy's altered reality to get to the truth and save her life, House discovers it isn't mom who's keeping the secrets and reality isn't always what it seems.

    • Episode 5

      Damned if You Do

      aired: Mon, Dec 13, 2004

      When a nun comes into the clinic with swollen arms, a rash and bleeding in her palms, Dr. House's diagnosis is a bad allergy, not stigmata. However, when he gives her a shot of medication, she has a heart attack, and whether he gave her the correct amount of medicine comes into question. As the nun's case unfolds, the team has to deal with questions regarding their own calling, faith and whether or not they can trust the direction in which their mentor is leading them.

    • Episode 4


      aired: Mon, Dec 6, 2004

      Dr. House exasperates his boss, Dr. Lisa Cuddy, when he suggests that two sick newborn babies in one hospital add up to an epidemic. Even more frightening is the fact he may be right. As more babies are quarantined and the maternity ward is shut down, Cuddy power-scrubs the hospital and House spars with Dr. Cameron and his team of specialists over his plan to possibly sacrifice one sick baby for the good of the others.

    • Episode 3

      Occam's Razor

      aired: Mon, Nov 29, 2004

      When a college student collapses after a bout of raucous sex with his girlfriend, Dr. House and his team scramble to figure out why. He's got too many symptoms to add up to just one disease and soon his immune system is so perilously compromised a simple cold could kill him. As his condition deteriorates quickly, House needs to think - and get more Vicodin. But when Wilson nags House about his nasty pill habit it proves extremely useful to House, just not in the way Wilson intended.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Mon, Nov 22, 2004

      When a teenage lacrosse player is stricken with an unidentifiable brain disease, Dr. House and the team hustle to give his parents answers. Chase breaks the bad news, the kid has MS, but the boy's night-terror hallucinations disprove the diagnosis and send House and his team back to square one. As the boy's health deteriorates, House's side-bet on the paternity of the patient infuriates Dr. Cuddy and the teenager's parents, but may just pay off in spades.

    • Episode 1


      aired: Mon, Nov 15, 2004

      Sink your teeth into meaty drama and intrigue with House, FOX's new take on mystery, where the villain is a medical malady and the hero is an irreverent, controversial doctor who trusts no one, least of all his patients. On the compelling series premiere episode, Dr. Gregory House, a brilliant diagnostician but devoid of bedside manner, and his elite team of young medical experts rush to save the life of a kindergarten teacher (guest star Robin Tunney) who started speaking gibberish and passed out in front of her class. What looks like a possible brain tumor does not respond to treatment and provides many more questions than answers for House and his team as they engage in a risky trial-and-error approach to her case. When the young teacher refuses any additional variations of treatment and her life starts slipping away, House must act against his code of conduct and make a personal visit to his patient to convince her to trust him one last time.

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    • Episode 4

      House: House's Head

      aired: Wed, May 9, 2012

      In the first part of a two-part season finale, House finds himself dazed, confused and covered in blood after surviving a bus accident that left dozens seriously injured. Unable to clearly recall the events leading up to the crash due to his head injuries, House becomes convinced through his flashbacks that a fellow bus passenger was exhibiting signs of a deadly illness prior to the crash. Much to the team's dismay, House pushes through the pain of his own injuries, desperate to piece together the fragments of his shattered memory in order to save someone who might not even know he or she could be dying in the "House's Head" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised.

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