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Pilot Season: John Stamos in Talks to Star in NBC's I Am Victor

John Stamos may have found a more permanent gig on NBC: The Full House alum is in talks to star in I…

Katie Jacobs
Pilot Season: NBC Orders Drama from West Wing, House Producers

NBC has ordered drama pilot from West Wing's Mark Goffman and House's Katie Jacobs, TVGuide.com has…

Hugh Laurie, <i>House</i>
House Comes to an End: The Cast and Producers Retrace the Series' Highs and Lows

Bolstered by American Idol, House quickly became a huge hit. At the end of the third season — which…

Hugh Laurie
House Comes to an End: Producers and Cast Recall Creating a Curmudgeon

House, a risky, challenging and altogether different kind of medical drama, premiered on November 16…

House, Charlyne Yi and Hugh Laurie
The Real Story Behind House's Cancellation

The decision to end House after eight seasons wasn't easy — and, it turns out, didn't necessarily ha…

House
Keck's Exclusives: Amber Tamblyn's in the House

With House's Thirteen MIA while Olivia Wilde shoots back-to-back films (she's expected to return to…

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Mon Mar 30 6:00am
HouseThe C-Word(Season 8, Episode 19) OXYGN

The team takes the case of a 6-year-old girl with a genetic condition, and must work with her specialist mother to treat her. Elsewhere, House and Wilson take a little vacation.

Mon Mar 30 7:00am
HousePost Mortem(Season 8, Episode 20) OXYGN

An ailing Princeton-Plainsboro pathologist doesn't trust any of his colleagues to diagnose and treat him, except for House—who's missing. So House's team must make the skeptical patient believe that House is actually directing his case.

Tue Mar 31 6:00am
HouseHolding On(Season 8, Episode 21) OXYGN

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.