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A troubled teen collapses during her high-school Christmas program; Foreman and Thirteen learn more about each other as they work together on the Huntington's disease drug trial; House gives and receives holiday gifts, leading to team speculation; and Cudd (more…)
At Cameron's urging, the team takes the case of a suicidal man who suffers from excruciating chronic pain---pain that mirrors House's. Meanwhile, Cuddy discovers that caring for her newly adopted baby leaves her little time to run the hospital; and Foreman (more…)
When Cuddy decides to spend more time caring for her baby, she hands some of her day-to-day responsibilities to Cameron. One of them is supervising House, whose patient is a very nice special-education teacher who collapsed in class. House doesn't think th (more…)
A woman who collapses during a cooking class turns out to be a renowned cancer researcher who gave up her career to pursue personal fulfillment. This prompts the docs to grapple with their own pursuits of happiness. Meanwhile, Cuddy decides to make House's (more…)
A priest who runs a homeless shelter is admitted to the ER after seeing a bleeding Jesus hovering at his doorstep. House takes the case to distract the team while he confronts Foreman and Thirteen about their relationship, but it causes House to grapple wi (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.
A 22-year-old man who had just called out sick from work loses consciousness after having sex with his fiancée. So he really is sick, but with what? Meanwhile, House tries out his gruff and sarcastic bedside manner on all the clinic patients at once.
House sees two infants in the neonatal ICU and determines immediately that an infection is spreading through the hospital. He's right, of course, but what caused it? House's approach is Solomonic, in a way. Meanwhile, one of House's clinic patients is a yo (more…)
At Christmastime, a nun (Elizabeth Mitchell) arrives at the clinic with symptoms resembling stigmata, and House's initital treatment (for an allergic reaction) nearly kills her. Subsequent efforts don't work either, and lead to much soul-searching. Meanwhi (more…)
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