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A nursing-home worker (Judy Greer) is alarmed when the home's cat curls up next to her. It seems that this cat cuddles up only to people who are going to die soon. Meanwhile, a financially strapped Taub reconnects with an entrepreneurial friend from high s (more…)
After being hurt in a motorcycle accident in New York State, House shares a hospital room with a bicycle-accident victim (Mos Def) who's unable to move or communicate in any way. He has locked-in syndrome, House tells the doctors treating them both (more o (more…)
An older woman (Colleen Camp) who has spent the last six months caring for her dying husband (Meat Loaf) collapses from respiratory failure, and her condition only worsens in the hospital. But her husband's condition begins to improve.
House reluctantly takes the case of an environmental activist who collapsed at a protest demonstration, and the doc assigns much of the work on it to Cameron, who had urged him to take the case in the first place. Meanwhile, House has doubts about Wilson's (more…)
When an Alzheimer's patient taking part in a drug trial inexplicably begins vomiting violently and throwing temper tantrums, a deep-seated conflict with his dutiful wife begins to manifest itself. Meanwhile, House and Foreman butt heads; and Wilson treats (more…)
A teen Jane Doe needs a surgery that requires adult consent. House and Adams debate whether to call Social Services, but then her mother shows up. Meanwhile, Taub can't connect with his infant daughters; and House threatens to exploit Foreman's relationshi (more…)
Following a violent incident involving a patient, House and the team are placed under review by neurology chief Walter Cofield, a onetime mentor of Foreman's. The doctors must recount the details of the incident to him, and Cofield must weigh the team's un (more…)
House connects with a cloistered nun he's treating who's on the verge of taking her final vows. But when her condition worsens and requires risky surgery, it's Chase's judgment that's compromised. Meanwhile, House and Taub try to out-prank each other.
A hospitalized marriage counselor shows behavior that contradicts his motivational message on gender roles. Meanwhile, House and his green-card Ukrainian "wife" try to show immigration officials that they're a happily married couple. House also decides to (more…)
When Cuddy's mother (Candice Bergen) is admitted to the hospital, she won't let House treat her. But the team does anyway, and discovers secrets she and her other daughter (Paula Marshall) kept from Cuddy. And the case's ethical issues bother Masters more (more…)
A waitress with an extraordinary memory (Tina Holmes) suffers a paralysis, and her recovery is complicated by an anything-but-forgotten grudge she holds against her older sister (Claire Rankin). Meanwhile, House discovers Wilson's secret new companion when (more…)
An ailing Army veteran charged with treason for leaking classified information refuses treatment unless he and his brother are given information about their late father, a war veteran. Meanwhile, Adams suspects that House is sick, so she recruits Wilson an (more…)
House and the team take on the case of a man who's bleeding from his eyes. Meanwhile, House's favorite hooker, Emily, is leaving the business to get married, so he teams up with his "wife," Dominika, to sabotage Emily's budding relationship.
A boy who dreams he's being choked wakes up but still can't breathe. Meanwhile, Park's intimate dreams involving coworkers cause them to question the significance of their own dreams; and Dominika discovers a secret that could ruin things with House.
Thirteen returns as the team takes on the case of a college student who suffers a mysterious nosebleed during cheerleading practice. His problems could be both physiological and psychological. Meanwhile, Foreman tries a different approach with House.
House participates in a school career day---and breaks rules by sharing explicit medical stories. Later, two fifth graders (Austin Michael Coleman and Haley Pullos) assess House's relationship troubles with Cuddy, and try to help him understand the role th (more…)
A man who had lied to his wife about losing his lucrative real-estate position is hospitalized with a severe rash caused by chemical exposure at his blue-collar job. The case's complications lead to an existential crisis for House, and that complicates thi (more…)
A bombshell that hits Cuddy causes her to rethink her priorities, distracting House as the team tries to diagnose a troubled teen whose mysterious scars point to emotional as well as physical woes. Cuddy's mental state is encapsulated in dream sequences, o (more…)
A bullfighter is admitted after being attacked by a bull, and Masters develops a crush on him as his condition inexplicably worsens, with miniseizures that can't be explained. Meanwhile, House is away from the hospital, tending to other issues.
Vogler offers House a way out of his personnel problem. Meanwhile, a senator (Joe Morton) with presidential ambitions doesn't believe it when House tells him he has AIDS. And a clinic patient (Mindy Crider) doesn't believe it when House tells her she had a (more…)
Thirteen rejoins the team, but Masters, who's completing medical school, might leave it to prepare for a surgical career. But first the team must diagnose a 16-year-old girl who collapses just before she's scheduled to begin sailing around the world.