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Sela Ward guest stars as House's former girlfriend, a one-time lawyer at the hospital, who wants House to figure out what's ailing her husband. Meanwhile, the dour doc is persuaded to teach a med-school diagnostics course, and his lecture is illustrated wi (more…)
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.
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.
House's ex-girlfriend Stacy (Sela Ward) arranges for him to examine her husband, who's experiencing unexplained abdominal pain and mood swings. Other doctors say the cause is stress, but Stacy thinks otherwise. She also thinks that she and House might not (more…)
House battles to save the life of a volatile death-row inmate (LL Cool J) who collapses in an exercise yard after hearing the "voices" of the four people he murdered. Just getting him to the hospital requires legal gymnastics, and recently rehired hospital (more…)
A child cancer patient (Sasha Pieterse) hallucinates for no apparent reason, and bravely undergoes numerous procedures to determine the cause---too bravely, House suspects. He thinks her bravery could be a symptom of a brain tumor. Meanwhile, in the clinic (more…)
A young handyman (Ignacio Serricchio) working for Cuddy falls from her roof, and his condition worsens in the hospital. Meanwhile, a black clinic patient complains of racism when Foreman gives him a blood-pressure medication targeted to blacks.
A doctor (Ron Livingston) who's famous for his humanitarian work in Africa collapses while giving a presentation in a drug-company boardroom. He assumes he has TB, but House, who (not surprisingly) scoffs at the doctor's mission, suspects that something el (more…)
A young interracial couple (Jurnee Smollett, Raviv Ullman) suffer acute abdominal pain shortly after he saves her from being raped during a holdup attempt at a diner. Then she goes into a coma. Meanwhile, House disapproves of the attention Wilson is showin (more…)
A 600-pound man (Pruitt Taylor Vince) is brought into the hospital in a coma. He wakes up soon enough, appears to have recovered and demands to be released. But the reason for the coma remains unclear. Meanwhile, House's troubles with Michael Tritter (Davi (more…)
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…)
House returns to Princeton-Plainsboro—conditionally and to a cool reception from Wilson, who's treating an organ recipient who takes a turn for the worse. Also on the diagnostic team: a bright but shy resident named Chi Park (Charlyne Yi).
A man (Wentworth Miller) collapses after making a large charitable donation, and House suspects that his altruism might be a signal of a mental disorder. House also recruits former prison doctor Jessica Adams (Odette Annable) for the case. Meanwhile, Adams (more…)
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- Birth Name: Odette Juliette Yustman
- Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, United States
- Birthday: May 10, 1985, Taurus
- Profession: Actor, Model