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 12-year-old who says he's cursed collapses after developing pneumonia-like symptoms and a rash. He had been hanging out in a dusty attic and had scraped his arm. And none of the doctors are pleased to be around the sick boy's very rich and very demanding (more…)
While House treats a 32-year-old cosmetics CEO whose leg pain turns much more serious, the hospital welcomes its new board chairman (Chi McBride). He's donated $100 million to the Princeton-Plainsboro, and now wants to run it. Not surprisingly, he isn't ha (more…)
A mobster about to enter the Witness Protection Program collapses before testifying. His coma doesn't last long, but there's something seriously wrong with his liver. Meanwhile, Vogler leans on Cuddy to fire House while House tries to find out who ratted h (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 (Chi McBride) is forcing House to fire one member of his team. Which one? He lets them fight it out as they struggle to save an obese 10-year-old who had a heart attack. Meanwhile, a woman with a huge belly won't hear of it when House tells her she (more…)
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…)
It's payback time for Vogler (Chi McBride) after House's speech, leading to boardroom sessions that would make Donald Trump blanch. But House is focused on his patients: a pregnant 39-year-old who has trouble swallowing; and a low-weight baby whose parents (more…)
Thirteen reappears. It seems that she has just been released from prison, and House wants to know why she landed there. He seeks answers as they team up in a spud-gun competition. Meanwhile, the team treats a science teacher with a respiratory illness who (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.
Thirteen has a friend in need: an ex-con (Amy Landecker) with an urgent medical problem that can't be treated at the hospital because it's drug-related. So they turn to Chase in desperation. Meanwhile, House deals with devastating information; and Taub com (more…)
Season 7 finale: A hospitalized performance artist (Shohreh Aghdashloo) might have made herself sick---to make a film about her illness. Meanwhile, House does something odd (even for him), which could alter his relationships with Wilson and Cuddy for good (more…)
Season 8 opens a year after House drove his car into Cuddy's house, and he's in jail—trying to diagnose an ill fellow inmate without breaking prison rules, an effort that complicates life for clinic physician Jessica Adams (Odette Annable). Meanwhile, wh (more…)
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