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A girl is suspected of having smallpox after a 200-year-old medicine jar found in a shipwreck shatters in her hand, so a CDC doctor (Dylan Baker) locks down the hospital. Martha Masters (Amber Tamblyn) questions his motive for doing so. She also questions (more…)
A man (Kuno Becker) falls ill after reenacting the Crucifixion; Taub questions his wife (Jennifer Crystal Foley) about her relationship with a member of an infidelity support group; Wilson's relationship with Sam (Cynthia Watros) takes a sudden turn after (more…)
Severide confronts Chili about her erratic behavior; members of the firehouse rally around Casey, who they think would make a great candidate for alderman; and Jimmy squares off against Antonio in the first annual "Battle of the Badges" boxing match.
A champion bicycle racer has difficulty breathing during a race and collapses. House suspects doping and he's correct. But the guy doesn't respond to treatment. Meanwhile, House and Stacy (Sela Ward) are already sniping at each other before House confronts (more…)
A scuffle with House lands a gay man with AIDS (Matthew John Armstrong) in the hospital, where he provides the disagreeable diagnostician with a medical puzzle. It's a messy one: The man coughs up blood on Cameron, who begins behaving uncharacteristically (more…)
A book editor (Jay Karnes) suddenly begins insulting coworkers at a dinner party then falls ill. His loss of inhibition continues at the hospital, and this inability to lie affects his relationships with people close to him. Meanwhile, House suspects that (more…)
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…)
A deaf 14-year-old says he heard explosions just before collapsing during a school wrestling match. When his condition worsens, his mother (Clare Carey) won't allow cochlear implants. Meanwhile, House's insomnia is playing tricks with his mind, but that do (more…)
The lungs of a ballerina (Jamie Tisdale) collapse while she's on stage, and her initial treatment causes her skin to fall off. Meanwhile, House not only still can't sleep, but he remains haunted by visions of Amber (Anne Dudek).
Season 5 finale: The team must deal with a patient (Ashton Holmes) whose brain is at war with itself (left side vs. right side). Meanwhile, House refuses yet again to work in the clinic, so Cuddy foists an unusual patient (Carl Reiner) on him. Amber: Anne (more…)
A hero (Matthew Lillard) collapses moments after risking his life to save a stranger who fell onto subway tracks. Meanwhile, House tries to avoid Cuddy's birthday dinner because her opinionated mother (Candice Bergen) will be there; and Masters (Amber Tamb (more…)
The team tries to link symptoms of a teenager at a military-style juvenile-offender camp and his drill sergeant; House secretly helps Cuddy's daughter get into a prestigious preschool; an embarrassing photo of Chase turns up on a social-networking site.
An angst-ridden 14-year-old girl's condition mysteriously worsens; House gets into trouble after insisting on solving the mystery of why a 4-year-old girl died; and Park tries to get Chase to admit why he has become obsessed with grooming.
A prosecutor collapses in court, and the initial team diagnosis of hyperanxiety is called into question when Adams and Park investigate his home. Meanwhile, Wilson suspects that House is hiding something in his home; Park begins to shed her social shell; a (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…)
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- Birth Name: Jesse Gordon Spencer
- Birth Place: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Birthday: February 12, 1979, Aquarius
- Profession: Actor