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2004, TV Show

House episodes

Jul 28, 2012: Gut Check; We Need the Eggs
May 29, 2012: Parents; Dead & Buried
May 21, 2012: Everybody Dies
May 21, 2012: Swan Song
May 21, 2012: Swan Song; Everybody Dies
May 14, 2012: Holding On
May 07, 2012: Post Mortem
Apr 30, 2012: The C-Word
Apr 23, 2012: Body and Soul
Apr 16, 2012: We Need the Eggs
Apr 09, 2012: Gut Check
Apr 02, 2012: Blowing the Whistle
Feb 27, 2012: Love Is Blind
Feb 20, 2012: Man of the House
Feb 13, 2012: Chase
Feb 06, 2012: Nobody's Fault
Jan 30, 2012: Runaways
Jan 23, 2012: Better Half
Jan 10, 2012: Charity Case; Risky Business
Nov 28, 2011: Perils of Paranoia
Nov 21, 2011: Dead & Buried
Nov 14, 2011: Parents
Nov 07, 2011: The Confession
Oct 31, 2011: Risky Business
Oct 17, 2011: Charity Case
Oct 10, 2011: Transplant
Oct 03, 2011: Twenty Vicodin
May 31, 2011: Small Sacrifices; Larger Than Life
May 23, 2011: Moving On
May 16, 2011: After Hours
May 09, 2011: The Fix
May 02, 2011: Changes
Apr 18, 2011: Last Temptation
Apr 11, 2011: The Dig
Mar 21, 2011: Fall From Grace
Mar 14, 2011: Out of the Chute
Mar 07, 2011: Bombshells
Feb 28, 2011: Recession Proof
Feb 21, 2011: Two Stories
Feb 14, 2011: You Must Remember This
Feb 07, 2011: Family Practice
Jan 24, 2011: Carrot or Stick
Jan 17, 2011: Larger Than Life
Nov 22, 2010: Small Sacrifices
Nov 15, 2010: A Pox on Our House
Nov 08, 2010: Office Politics
Oct 18, 2010: Unplanned Parenthood
Oct 11, 2010: Massage Therapy
Oct 04, 2010: Unwritten
Sep 27, 2010: Selfish
Sep 20, 2010: Now What
May 17, 2010: Help Me
May 10, 2010: Baggage
May 03, 2010: The Choice
Apr 26, 2010: Open and Shut
Apr 19, 2010: Knight Fall
Apr 12, 2010: Lockdown
Mar 15, 2010: Black Hole
Mar 08, 2010: Private Lives
Feb 08, 2010: 5 to 9
Feb 01, 2010: Moving the Chains
Jan 25, 2010: Remorse
Jan 11, 2010: The Down Low
Nov 30, 2009: Wilson
Nov 23, 2009: Ignorance Is Bliss
Nov 16, 2009: Teamwork
Nov 09, 2009: Known Unknowns
Oct 19, 2009: Brave Heart
Oct 12, 2009: Instant Karma
Oct 05, 2009: The Tyrant
Sep 28, 2009: Epic Fail
Sep 21, 2009: Broken
Sep 21, 2009: Broken
Sep 21, 2009: Broken
May 11, 2009: Both Sides Now
May 04, 2009: Under My Skin
May 04, 2009: Under My Skin; Both Sides Now
Apr 27, 2009: House Divided
Apr 13, 2009: Saviors
Apr 06, 2009: Simple Explanation
Mar 30, 2009: Locked In
Mar 16, 2009: Here Kitty
Mar 09, 2009: The Social Contract
Feb 23, 2009: The Softer Side
Feb 16, 2009: Unfaithful
Feb 02, 2009: The Greater Good
Jan 26, 2009: Big Baby
Jan 19, 2009: Painless
Dec 09, 2008: Joy to the World
Dec 02, 2008: Let Them Eat Cake
Nov 25, 2008: Last Resort
Nov 18, 2008: Emancipation
Nov 11, 2008: The Itch
Oct 28, 2008: Joy
Oct 21, 2008: Lucky Thirteen
Oct 14, 2008: Birthmarks
Sep 30, 2008: Adverse Events
Sep 23, 2008: Not Cancer
Sep 16, 2008: Dying Changes Everything
Sep 03, 2008: House's Head/Wilson's Heart
May 19, 2008: Wilson's Heart
May 12, 2008: House's Head
May 05, 2008: Living the Dream
Apr 28, 2008: No More Mr. Nice Guy
Feb 05, 2008: Don't Ever Change
Feb 03, 2008: Frozen
Jan 29, 2008: It's a Wonderful Lie
Nov 27, 2007: Games
Nov 20, 2007: You Don't Want to Know
Nov 13, 2007: Ugly
Nov 06, 2007: Whatever It Takes
Oct 30, 2007: Mirror, Mirror
Oct 23, 2007: Guardian Angels
Oct 09, 2007: 97 Seconds
Oct 03, 2007: The Right Stuff
Sep 25, 2007: Alone
May 29, 2007: Human Error
May 15, 2007: The Jerk
May 08, 2007: Resignation
May 01, 2007: Family
Apr 24, 2007: House Training
Apr 17, 2007: Act Your Age
Apr 10, 2007: Airborne
Apr 03, 2007: Fetal Position
Mar 27, 2007: Top Secret
Mar 06, 2007: Half-wit
Feb 13, 2007: Insensitive
Feb 06, 2007: Needle in a Haystack
Jan 30, 2007: One Day, One Room
Jan 09, 2007: Words and Deeds
Dec 12, 2006: Merry Little Christmas
Nov 28, 2006: Finding Judas
Nov 21, 2006: Whac-a-mole
Nov 14, 2006: Son of Coma Guy
Nov 08, 2006: Que Sera Sera
Nov 01, 2006: Fools for Love
Sep 26, 2006: Lines in the Sand
Sep 19, 2006: Informed Consent
Sep 12, 2006: Cane & Able
Sep 06, 2006: Meaning
May 23, 2006: No Reason
May 17, 2006: Who's Your Daddy?
May 09, 2006: Forever
May 03, 2006: Euphoria
May 02, 2006: Euphoria
Apr 25, 2006: House vs. God
Apr 18, 2006: Sleeping Dogs Lie
Apr 11, 2006: All In
Apr 04, 2006: Safe
Mar 28, 2006: Clueless
Mar 07, 2006: Sex Kills
Feb 20, 2006: Skin Deep
Feb 14, 2006: Distractions
Feb 07, 2006: Need to Know
Jan 10, 2006: Failure to Communicate
Dec 13, 2005: Deception
Nov 29, 2005: The Mistake
Nov 22, 2005: Hunting
Nov 15, 2005: Spin
Nov 08, 2005: Daddy's Boy
Nov 01, 2005: TB or Not TB
Sep 27, 2005: Humpty Dumpty
Sep 20, 2005: Autopsy
Sep 13, 2005: Acceptance
May 24, 2005: Honeymoon
May 17, 2005: Three Stories
May 10, 2005: Love Hurts
May 03, 2005: Kids
Apr 19, 2005: Babies & Bathwater
Apr 12, 2005: Role Model
Mar 29, 2005: Heavy
Mar 22, 2005: Mob Rules
Mar 15, 2005: Control
Mar 01, 2005: Cursed
Feb 22, 2005: Sports Medicine
Feb 15, 2005: Detox
Feb 08, 2005: Histories
Feb 01, 2005: DNR
Jan 25, 2005: Poison
Dec 28, 2004: Fidelity
Dec 21, 2004: The Socratic Method
Dec 14, 2004: Damned if You Do
Dec 07, 2004: Maternity
Nov 30, 2004: Occam's Razor
Nov 23, 2004: Paternity
Nov 16, 2004: Pilot Episode

Gut Check; We Need the Eggs

A 22-year-old minor-league hockey player collapses while coughing up blood after a fight on the ice. Later, House and the team take on the case of a man who's bleeding from his eyes. read more

Parents; Dead & Buried

A teen trying to follow in his late father's show-business footsteps is admitted with partial paralysis; and another patient insists he's diabetic. Then the team finds that a 14-year-old is suffering from more than teen angst when her symptoms worsen. Meanwhile, House looks for ways to remove his ankle monitor, and he becomes obsessed with solving the case of a deceased 4-year-old; and Taub learns that Rachel wants to leave town with their daughter. Sportscaster Jim Lampley has a cameo. read more

Everybody Dies Season 8, Episode 23

After eight seasons, the series concludes with House treating an ailing drug addict. This leads him to sift through his life, speculate on his future and explore his personal demons. read more

Swan Song Season 8, Episode 22

A "House" retrospective includes highlights from the 2004-12 series, and interviews with cast members and producers. read more

Swan Song; Everybody Dies

After eight seasons, the series concludes with a retrospective and the final episode, in which House's treatment of an ailing drug addict leads him to sift through his life, speculate on his future and explore his personal demons. read more

Holding On Season 8, Episode 21

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. read more

Post Mortem Season 8, Episode 20

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. read more

The C-Word Season 8, Episode 19

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. read more

Body and Soul Season 8, Episode 18

A boy who dreams he's being choked wakes up but still can't breathe. Meanwhile, Park's intimate dreams involving coworkers cause them to question the significance of their own dreams; and Dominika discovers a secret that could ruin things with House. read more

We Need the Eggs Season 8, Episode 17

House and the team take on the case of a man who's bleeding from his eyes. Meanwhile, House's favorite hooker, Emily, is leaving the business to get married, so he teams up with his "wife," Dominika, to sabotage Emily's budding relationship. read more

Gut Check Season 8, Episode 16

A 22-year-old minor-league hockey player collapses while coughing up blood after a fight on the ice. Meanwhile, House drops a bomb on Wilson; and Chase offers to help Park change her living situation. read more

Blowing the Whistle Season 8, Episode 15

An ailing Army veteran charged with treason for leaking classified information refuses treatment unless he and his brother are given information about their late father, a war veteran. Meanwhile, Adams suspects that House is sick, so she recruits Wilson and the other team members to plan an intervention and investigate the illness. read more

Love Is Blind Season 8, Episode 14

A young blind man is struck by a mysterious illness just before he was going to ask his girlfriend to marry him. Meanwhile, House's mother turns up with news about a new man in her life. read more

Man of the House Season 8, Episode 13

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 name a new team leader. read more

Chase Season 8, Episode 12

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. read more

Nobody's Fault Season 8, Episode 11

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 unconventional brand of collaboration against their life-saving skills. read more

Runaways Season 8, Episode 10

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 relationship with a married woman. read more

Better Half Season 8, Episode 9

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 a patient who claims to be in a chaste marriage. read more

Charity Case; Risky Business

A man collapses after making a big charitable donation, and House thinks he has a mental disorder. Elsewhere, a CEO falls ill mysteriously just after moving his company's jobs to China. read more

Perils of Paranoia Season 8, Episode 8

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; and Foreman's lack of romantic activity intrigues Taub and Chase. read more

Dead & Buried Season 8, Episode 7

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. read more

Parents Season 8, Episode 6

A teen out to follow his late father into show business arrives with partial paralysis, and the team uncovers a family secret while treating him. Meanwhile, another patient (John Scurti) insists he's diabetic; House tries to remove his ankle monitor so he can attend a boxing match in Atlantic City; and Taub is distressed to learn that Rachel wants to move to the West Coast with their infant daughter. Sportscaster Jim Lampley has a cameo as himself. read more

The Confession Season 8, Episode 5

A well-respected man (Jamie Bamber) collapses mysteriously, and while treating him the team discovers that he has been hiding secrets. His admission of them compromises his chances for recovery. Meanwhile, Chase and Taub rejoin the team, and Taub juggles his work life with raising two infant girls with two different mothers. read more

Risky Business Season 8, Episode 4

A CEO (Michael Nouri) falls ill mysteriously just after completing a deal to move his company's jobs to China, an action that provokes a strong reaction from Adams. Meanwhile, Park prepares for her hearing before the hospital's disciplinary committee, chaired by Foreman. read more

Charity Case Season 8, Episode 3

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 and Park test each other's views of generosity and gratitude; and Thirteen's guilt conflicts with her pursuit of happiness. read more

Transplant Season 8, Episode 2

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). read more

Twenty Vicodin Season 8, Episode 1

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, when a prison gang leader threatens House, he must seek the assistance of another inmate (Jaleel White). read more

Small Sacrifices; Larger Than Life

A man falls ill after reenacting the Crucifixion, and Wilson's relationship with Sam (Cynthia Watros) takes a sudden turn after they attend a coworker's wedding. Later, House wants to avoid Cuddy's mom (Candice Bergen); a hero (Matthew Lillard) collapses after a rescue attempt; and Masters (Amber Tamblyn) helps Taub realize that he must take action on his crumbling marriage. read more

Moving On Season 7, Episode 23

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. read more

After Hours Season 7, Episode 22

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 comes to terms with an unexpected development. read more

The Fix Season 7, Episode 21

House attempts to resuscitate the career of a washed-up boxer (Kevin Phillips) following a disputed wager with Wilson. Meanwhile, the team suspects that House might have another kind of drug problem. read more

Changes Season 7, Episode 20

Cuddy's mother (Candice Bergen) considers filing a malpractice suit against the hospital, which could put her daughter's and House's medical licenses in jeopardy. Meanwhile, luck runs out for a lottery winner (Donal Logue). read more

Last Temptation Season 7, Episode 19

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. read more

The Dig Season 7, Episode 18

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 turns out to be a hoarder; and Taub dips his toe into the dating pool. read more

Fall From Grace Season 7, Episode 17

A young homeless man with a history of drug abuse (and a secret) arrives at the hospital with bad burns and scars on his chest. Meanwhile, Cuddy tells Wilson that she feels guilty about breaking up with House. read more

Out of the Chute Season 7, Episode 16

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. read more

Bombshells Season 7, Episode 15

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, one of which was choreographed by Mia Michaels ("So You Think You Can Dance"). read more

Recession Proof Season 7, Episode 14

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 things with Cuddy, who needs his support at a charity event. Meanwhile, Chase and Masters teach each other a lesson in how to forge relationships. read more

Two Stories Season 7, Episode 13

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 that his selfish antics play in them. read more

You Must Remember This Season 7, Episode 12

A waitress with an extraordinary memory (Tina Holmes) suffers a paralysis, and her recovery is complicated by an anything-but-forgotten grudge she holds against her older sister (Claire Rankin). Meanwhile, House discovers Wilson's secret new companion when he tries to help him return to the dating scene; and Foreman helps Taub prepare for a medical exam. read more

Family Practice Season 7, Episode 11

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 than usual. Meanwhile, Taub takes a part-time job as a medical investigator for Rachel's brother, a lawyer. read more

Carrot or Stick Season 7, Episode 10

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. read more

Larger Than Life Season 7, Episode 9

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 Tamblyn) helps Taub realize that he must take action on his crumbling marriage. read more

Small Sacrifices Season 7, Episode 8

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 they attend a co-worker's wedding. read more

A Pox on Our House Season 7, Episode 7

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 the diagnosis. Meanwhile, Wilson and Sam (Cynthia Watros) examine their relationship after they comfort a 6-year-old cancer patient (Devon Woods). read more

Office Politics Season 7, Episode 6

At Cuddy's insistence, House finally hires a female member of the team, a third-year medical student (Amber Tamblyn) who, it turns out, has a tie to Taub. Meanwhile, a senator's campaign manager (Jack Coleman) suddenly falls ill, and the team must look to the candidate (Pat Finn) for clues about his condition. They also must get Cuddy's approval for their course of treatment. read more

Unplanned Parenthood Season 7, Episode 5

The mother (Jennifer Grey) of a newborn with breathing difficulties and liver failure must make a very difficult decision that could affect her own health as well as her baby's. Meanwhile, Cuddy tells House to hire a woman for his team, and he delegates the task to Foreman and Taub. Cuddy also asks House to babysit her daughter, Rachel, and he and Wilson learn a parenting lesson in the process. read more

Massage Therapy Season 7, Episode 4

A patient who can't stop vomiting is also hiding secrets. Meanwhile, House turns a cold shoulder to Chase's new hire, and House and Cuddy must look anew at their relationship following a visit from House's massage therapist. read more

Unwritten Season 7, Episode 3

A suicidal children's author (Amy Irving) has a seizure just before trying to kill herself, and House, who's a fan, thinks that the key to both her physical and psychological conditions lies in her latest book. Meanwhile, House and Cuddy go on a double date with Wilson and his girlfriend, Sam (Cynthia Watros). read more

Selfish Season 7, Episode 2

A 14-year-old (Alyson Stoner) with a terminally ill brother collapses during a skateboarding competition. Meanwhile, House and Cuddy confront the workplace ramifications of their relationship; and in the clinic, House must deal with an elderly man and his son. read more

Now What Season 7, Episode 1

Season 7 premiere: House and Cuddy explore their feelings toward each other amid a crisis at the hospital: the threatened loss of its Level 1 status as a trauma center because the only available neurosurgeon (George Wyner) is sick. The diagnosis of the doctor's illness is difficult, but House doesn't offer to help. Meanwhile, Thirteen has a request for House. read more

Help Me Season 6, Episode 22

Season 6 finale: Cuddy joins House, his team and a search-and-rescue team to assist at the scene of an emergency in Trenton, N.J., where a crane has collapsed onto a building. Among the victims: the guilt-ridden crane operator and a trapped woman (China Jesusita Shavers) who might lose her leg. Meanwhile, House learns that Cuddy and Lucas plan to move in together. read more

Baggage Season 6, Episode 21

House has a session with Dr. Nolan (Andre Braugher) and discusses the case of a woman (Zoe McLellan) who shows up at the hospital with an unknown illness and no memory of who she is. read more

The Choice Season 6, Episode 20

A woman (Eva Amurri) questions her ailing fiancé about a past relationship while House and his team try to diagnose him. Away from the hospital, House, Foreman and Chase pay homage to Gladys Knight and the Pips, karaoke-style. read more

Open and Shut Season 6, Episode 19

A woman (Sarah Wayne Callies) in an open relationship becomes ill during a date with her other lover, and House and his team find her lifestyle as perplexing as her illness. Meanwhile, House tests Wilson's relationship with Sam (Cynthia Watros). read more

Knight Fall Season 6, Episode 18

A "knight" living in a reclusive community modeled on Renaissance ideals falls mysteriously ill, and while the team tries to figure out why, he and Thirteen debate issues of knightly honor and courtly love (especially with regards to his "queen"). Meanwhile, Wilson begins anew with an ex (Cynthia Watros). read more

Lockdown Season 6, Episode 17

When the hospital goes into lockdown after a newborn disappears from the nursery, House and his team members must remain where they are. This gives them time to reflect on their pasts, their relationships and their regrets. Hugh Laurie directed. read more

Black Hole Season 6, Episode 16

A high-school senior blacks out during a school field trip and hallucinates repeatedly at the hospital. Meanwhile, Taub complains about his personal life; and Wilson tries to furnish his condo. read more

Private Lives Season 6, Episode 15

A blogger (Laura Prepon) who's admitted with unexplained bruises and bleeding blogs about her symptoms and possible diagnoses---and about the doctors treating her. She also solicits advice from her readers about her treatment. This unsettles the team, especially after House and Wilson learn secrets from each other's pasts online. Meanwhile, Chase begins dating again, warily. read more

5 to 9 Season 6, Episode 14

A day at the hospital, as seen by Cuddy, who must deal with hospital issues and staff disputes while juggling personal issues. Lucas: Michael Weston. read more

Moving the Chains Season 6, Episode 13

An ailing college football player has a variety of symptoms that might keep him from an NFL tryout---at the very least. Meanwhile, Foreman's brother (Orlando Jones) visits the hospital. read more

Remorse Season 6, Episode 12

The men on House's team are charmed by a woman (Beau Garrett) who has unexplained bouts of excruciating pain, but Thirteen's more interested in her pain. Meanwhile, House tries to make amends to a medical-school colleague he had wronged. read more

The Down Low Season 6, Episode 11

The doctors play detective to track down personal information about a drug dealer (Ethan Embry) who had collapsed during a deal because his partner-in-crime (Nick Chinlund) won't cooperate. Meanwhile, House and Wilson vie for a new neighbor's attention; and Chase, Taub and Thirteen try to play a practical joke on Foreman. read more

Wilson Season 6, Episode 10

Wilson works on a case involving his old friend (Joshua Malina), and he makes a bet with House that the diagnosis is not the return of cancer. Meanwhile, Cuddy has questions about real estate, so she turns to Wilson. read more

Ignorance Is Bliss Season 6, Episode 9

A brilliant but depressed and substance-abusing physicist who chucked his career because he thinks intelligence is a burden arrives with a number of strange symptoms. Meanwhile, relationships are strained all around at Princeton-Plainsboro. read more

Teamwork Season 6, Episode 8

House resumes his post after getting his license back and sets out to form a "dream team." He also treats a porn star (Troy Garity) suffering from eye pain. Meanwhile, Cuddy learns again that the hospital is no place to form healthy relationships. read more

Known Unknowns Season 6, Episode 7

A partying teen brought to the hospital with swollen appendages won't---then can't---tell the truth. Meanwhile, House tags along as Cuddy and Wilson attend a medical conference on pharmacology and public policy. Lucas: Michael Weston. read more

Brave Heart Season 6, Episode 6

A hard-living police detective doesn't have any symptoms of heart disease, but that's what killed his father, grandfather and great-grandfather---all at age 40. Meanwhile, the African-dictator case still haunts Chase; and House faces ghosts of his own. read more

Instant Karma Season 6, Episode 5

A teen (Tanner Maguire) has unexplained stomach pain, and his rich father (Lee Tergesen) believes that the cause is karmic payback for his business success. Meanwhile, Foreman and Chase prepare to present information on a patient they have been treating. read more

The Tyrant Season 6, Episode 4

An ailing African dictator (James Earl Jones) charged with crimes against humanity arrives at the hospital for treatment. Meanwhile, Wilson wants to end a feud with a neighbor, but a prying House gets in the way. read more

Epic Fail Season 6, Episode 3

House leaves the hospital and tells Cuddy that he's making major changes in his life. At the hospital, Foreman wants House's job but is having trouble with a case involving a video-game designer who posts his symptoms on the Internet, and takes treatment suggestions offered by online correspondents over those offered by the team. This development upsets Foreman and threatens his relationship with Thirteen. Dr. Darryl Nolan: Andre Braugher. read more

Broken Season 6, Episode 2

Conclusion. House tries to escape from the mental hospital where he is being held captive by his attending physician (Andre Braugher). He plans to free himself with the help of his roommate (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and a visitor named Lydia (Franka Potente). read more

Broken Season 6, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. House is detoxing at a mental hospital and being held against his will by his attending physician (Andre Braugher), so he concocts an escape plan, aided by his roommate (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and a visitor named Lydia (Franka Potente). read more


Season 6 begins with House as a detoxing patient at a mental hospital. He's being held against his will by his attending physician (Andre Braugher) but concocts an escape plan, aided by his roommate, Alvie (Lin-Manuel Miranda), and a visitor named Lydia (Franka Potente). read more

Both Sides Now Season 5, Episode 24

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 Dudek. read more

Under My Skin Season 5, Episode 23

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). read more

Under My Skin; Both Sides Now

The two final episodes of the 2008-09 season. First: A ballerina's lungs collapse on stage, and a sleep-deprived House is haunted by visions of Amber (Anne Dudek). Then Cuddy foists an unusual patient (Carl Reiner) on House when he refuses to work in the clinic, and the team treats a bipolar patient who can't control what he does. read more

House Divided Season 5, Episode 22

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 doesn't seem to bother him. read more

Saviors Season 5, Episode 21

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 healthy new diet. read more

Simple Explanation Season 5, Episode 20

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. read more

Locked In Season 5, Episode 19

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 often than they want to hear), then he gets the man transferred to Princeton Plainsboro (these segments are told from the patient's point of view). Meanwhile, House won't tell Wilson why he was in New York, arousing Wilson's suspicions. read more

Here Kitty Season 5, Episode 18

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 school. read more

The Social Contract Season 5, Episode 17

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 Wilson and Taub are hiding something from him. read more

The Softer Side Season 5, Episode 16

When a teen collapses with severe pelvic pain after playing basketball, tests reveal both male and female DNA. The parents knew this, but not the youngster. Meanwhile, Cuddy and Wilson suspect something is wrong with House when he begins acting nicely. read more

Unfaithful Season 5, Episode 15

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 with his past and his beliefs. read more

The Greater Good Season 5, Episode 14

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 life more miserable than it usually is, and Thirteen's health takes a turn for the worse. read more

Big Baby Season 5, Episode 13

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 that her niceness is a good thing. Meanwhile, Foreman must make a critical decision regarding Thirteen's participation in the Huntington's drug trial. read more

Painless Season 5, Episode 12

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 and Thirteen continue to explore their complicated relationship as they work together on their Huntington's disease drug trial. read more

Joy to the World Season 5, Episode 11

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 Cuddy receives a gift as well. Janice: Lori Petty. read more

Let Them Eat Cake Season 5, Episode 10

A fitness guru known for her "natural" lifestyle collapses while shooting an infomercial. Meanwhile, Thirteen participates in a clinical drug trial for Huntington's disease led by Foreman; Kutner operates an online medical-advice clinic under House's name; and Cuddy moves into House's office while hers is being repaired, much to House's dismay. read more

Last Resort Season 5, Episode 9

A gun-wielding clinic patient (Zeljko Ivanek) takes House, Thirteen and several other patients hostage in Cuddy's waiting room and demands that House diagnose and treat him. The hostage taker also demands that House use other patients as guinea pigs for any medication he is going to receive. Thirteen volunteers for the treatment. read more

Emancipation Season 5, Episode 8

During an examination of a teen's heart problems, the team begins to doubt her claims of being an emancipated minor. Meanwhile, Foreman defies House's rejection of a proposal to conduct a clinical trial. read more

The Itch Season 5, Episode 7

House and the team make a house call when an agoraphobe won't leave his home, but the patient's deteriorating condition makes it imperative to get him to a hospital. Meanwhile, House copes with a troublesome itch, and Cameron and Chase continue to refine their relationship. read more

Joy Season 5, Episode 6

A middle-aged single father who tests consumer products for a living and has been suffering unexplained blackouts turns out to be a sleepwalker. And soon his daughter falls ill as well. Meanwhile, Cuddy plans to adopt a child, but her birth mother falls gravely ill two weeks before her due date. read more

Lucky Thirteen Season 5, Episode 5

A woman with whom Thirteen had a one-night stand has a seizure at Thirteen's apartment, prompting intense curiosity (both professional and otherwise) about the women's personal lives from House and Foreman. Adding to the intrigue: Thirteen discovers why the woman wanted to sleep with her. Meanwhile, Lucas (Michael Weston) continues to snoop on Wilson. read more

Birthmarks Season 5, Episode 4

House learns that his father (R. Lee Ermey) has died but must be coaxed into attending the funeral. Back at the hospital, the team struggles to treat a young Chinese-American adoptee who collapsed in China while searching for her birth parents, and House has to diagnose her over the phone. Meanwhile, flashbacks recall House's first meeting with Wilson. Blythe House: Diane Baker. read more

Adverse Events Season 5, Episode 3

A struggling artist (Breckin Meyer) taking part in three drug trials to pay his bills is also suffering from something that's altering his perception and threatening not only his livelihood but his life as well. Meanwhile, House has Lucas (Michael Weston) look into the private lives of his team, including Taub, whose marriage is in trouble. read more

Not Cancer Season 5, Episode 2

When people who received organs from a donor who was killed in an industrial accident five years earlier die suddenly, House must figure out why to save a recipient who's still alive. To track down information about the donor and the dead recipients, House hires a PI named Lucas (Michael Weston). But House also uses Lucas to snoop on Wilson as well as a colleague House is considering to replace Wilson as his friend. read more

Dying Changes Everything Season 5, Episode 1

As the fifth season opens, Wilson returns from an extended leave following Amber's death and announces he's leaving Princeton-Plainsboro. House thinks it's a terrible idea, and he isn't shy about saying so. Wilson's announcement also distracts him from the case at hand, that of the workaholic 37-year-old assistant to the leader of a major feminist organization who collapses during a business meeting. Thirteen takes a special interest in the case, and House questions her reasons for doing so. read more

House's Head/Wilson's Heart

In the fourth-season finale, House suffers head injuries in a bus accident that also injured dozens of others. Though unable to clearly recall events prior to the crash, he has flashbacks in which he sees a fellow passenger exhibiting signs of a deadly illness. He can't recall who it was, but that's not going to stop him from trying, especially since his murky memories from the accident threaten his friendship with Wilson. Bartender: Fred Durst. read more

Wilson's Heart Season 4, Episode 16

In the conclusion of the two-part fourth-season finale, House remains held back by his bus-accident injuries as he struggles to recall the symptoms he noticed in a rapidly deteriorating fellow passenger just before the crash. House's cloudy memories from the accident also threaten his friendship with Wilson. Bartender: Fred Durst. read more

House's Head Season 4, Episode 15

In Part 1 of the two-part fourth-season finale, House suffers head injuries in a bus accident that also injures dozens of others. Though dazed and confused and unable to clearly recall events prior to the crash, he has flashbacks in which he sees a fellow passenger exhibiting signs of a deadly illness. He can't recall who it was, but that's not going to stop him from trying. Bartender: Fred Durst. read more

Living the Dream Season 4, Episode 14

House believes that an actor (Jason Lewis) on his favorite soap opera is seriously ill after observing his symptoms on television, so he decides to intervene; Amber and Wilson have their first fight, much to House's delight; and Cuddy tries to keep up appearances when an inspector shows up unexpectedly at Princeton-Plainsboro. read more

No More Mr. Nice Guy Season 4, Episode 13

House suspects that an ER patient with a sunny disposition has a bigger problem than was initially diagnosed. The reason: He thinks the patient is too nice. Meanwhile, House and Amber (Anne Dudek) spar over face time with Wilson; and Cuddy demands House give his team performance reviews. read more

Don't Ever Change Season 4, Episode 12

A former music producer who had recently---and suddenly---converted to Hasidic Judaism collapses at her wedding, and House suspects that the reasons behind her sudden conversion might also have something to do with her mysterious illness. Meanwhile, Wilson is dating a woman whose personality is a lot like House's. read more

Frozen Season 4, Episode 11

House must resort to Webcam diagnosis when a psychiatrist (Mira Sorvino) comes down with a mysterious illness while trapped at an Antarctic research station with limited medical supplies. Meanwhile, Wilson is dating someone new, and House tries to figure out who it is. He's also very upset because the hospital is now charging patients for cable TV and he can no longer watch his favorite shows in "coma guy's" room (except on Tuesdays). read more

It's a Wonderful Lie Season 4, Episode 10

House suspects that a mysteriously paralyzed woman (Janel Moloney) is withholding vital information---but maybe she can't help it. Meanwhile, House puts his personal stamp on the hospital's Secret Santa gift exchange. read more

Games Season 4, Episode 9

While Cuddy orders House to make a hiring decision, he assigns the remaining candidates to a case involving an uncooperative, over-the-hill rock star with a history of drug abuse and civil disobedience. Meanwhile, Wilson informs a former patient whom he had previously diagnosed with terminal cancer that he is going to live. The patient does not take this as good news. read more

You Don't Want to Know Season 4, Episode 8

While the job candidates try to diagnose a magician whose heart failed during an underwater-escape act, House is determined to prove that he's a scam artist who's faking to cover up his embarrassment over nearly drowning during his act. Meanwhile, House suspects that one of the candidates has an undisclosed illness. He also pits them against one another in a challenge involving Cuddy, with the winner getting the chance to nominate two other candidates for firing. read more

Ugly Season 4, Episode 7

A film crew follows House on the case of a teen with a facial deformity who has a heart attack during a reconstructive procedure. As the team works to diagnose him, House and Dr. Taub are at odds. House also questions why he chose the candidates he did. Dr. Samira Terzi: Michael Michele. read more

Whatever It Takes Season 4, Episode 6

House is recruited by the CIA to help diagnose a dying agent, but the agency doctor (Michael Michele) spearheading the case offers very little information about the agent's history or previous assignments. That means House must improvise. Meanwhile, House's six remaining job candidates question Foreman's judgment and argue over the diagnosis of a female race-car driver who passed out after a race. read more

Mirror, Mirror Season 4, Episode 5

A mugging victim with amnesia apes people around him. He also has a protein abnormality that's turning his blood to “sludge.” Meanwhile, Cuddy assigns her latest hire to be her “eyes and ears” on House's team, displeasing House considerably; and doctors around the hospital (candidates included) are betting on House's hiring decision. read more

Guardian Angels Season 4, Episode 4

While having a seizure, a funeral-home cosmetician (Azura Skye) hallucinates that she's being assaulted by one of the corpses she's working on. And later, in the hospital, she acts as though her dead mother is in the room with her. Meanwhile, Cameron offers advice to one of the seven candidates for House's team; and Cuddy hires Foreman back. read more

97 Seconds Season 4, Episode 3

When a man in a wheelchair who fainted while crossing a street arrives at the hospital, House tells the 10 remaining candidates to divide themselves into teams. The one that diagnoses the man properly won't be fired. They split up based on gender, but one woman (Anne Dudek) opts to join the men. Meanwhile, a patient sticks a knife into a wall socket for reasons that intrigue House; and Foreman's new diagnostic team at Mercy Hospital in Manhattan faces a tough case. read more

The Right Stuff Season 4, Episode 2

A prospective astronaut has an attack of synesthesia in a flight simulator, then asks House to diagnose her off the books. House shares the case with the candidates he has rounded up to replace Cameron, Chase and Foreman (40 of them, initially). Meanwhile, House sees his three former underlings in the hospital---or thinks he does. read more

Alone Season 4, Episode 1

House is working solo (with some diagnostic help from a hospital janitor) as Season 4 begins. While Cuddy and Wilson nag him to hire a new team, he must treat a young woman who was injured in an explosion. But her injuries aren't what's killing her. Indeed, her repeated crises, each of which House treats successfully, seem to be caused by personal behaviors that baffle her boyfriend. Meanwhile, House's new prized possession, a 1967 Gibson Flying V guitar, is missing. read more

Human Error Season 3, Episode 24

An ailing woman who fled Cuba in order to be treated by House is rescued at sea, but her medical records are lost in the shipwreck. Meanwhile, Foreman's imminent departure from Princeton-Plainsboro prompts House to make a hasty decision. read more

The Jerk Season 3, Episode 23

A very rude 16-year-old (Nick Lane) collapses after picking a fistfight with a fellow teen he had just beaten at chess. He first complains about a headache, but soon his organs begin to fail. Meanwhile, someone called to cancel a job interview that Foreman had scheduled with a prestigious New York City hospital, and suspicion falls immediately on House. read more

Resignation Season 3, Episode 22

A 19-year-old (Lyndsy Fonseca) coughs up blood and her condition soon deteriorates. House surmises that her body is “confused” and thinks she has an infection, though none can be found. He clings to the diagnosis more stubbornly than usual, and behaves oddly in other ways, too. Meanwhile, Foreman makes his resignation official; and House treats a patient who's cheating on his vegan girlfriend (Piper Perabo). “He's not cheating with another woman,” House tells her, but “with another food group.” read more

Family Season 3, Episode 21

A 14-year-old with leukemia needs a bone-marrow transplant from his 10-year-old brother to save his life, but the brother develops an infection that not only prevents him from donating but could kill him as well. Meanwhile, House is criticizing Wilson about his handling of the boys' parents. And at home, House's new roommate---Wilson's former dog Hector---is chewing on just about everything in sight. read more

House Training Season 3, Episode 20

All the doctors try to find what's wrong with a 28-year-old con artist who collapses after her brain “freezes,” but the case becomes personal for Foreman. The patient tells him she thinks he doesn't regard her very highly because they have similar backgrounds---from which he escaped and she didn't. Meanwhile, Foreman's parents (Charles S. Dutton and Beverly Todd) arrive unexpectedly; House plays mind games with one of Wilson's ex-wives (Jane Adams); and Wilson and Cuddy go on another date. read more

Act Your Age Season 3, Episode 19

A 6-year-old girl collapses with pericarditis, then has a stroke. This shouldn't be happening to someone so young. But then Chase and Cameron find a bloody T-shirt in a vent in her bedroom. Meanwhile, her 8-year-old brother develops a crush on Cameron, who has been bickering with Chase since she broke off their affair. And House gives Wilson a pair of theater tickets, then becomes jealous when he goes to the play with Cuddy, but House shows it in an unexpected way. read more

Airborne Season 3, Episode 18

House and Cuddy have an airborne medical crisis while returning from a symposium in Singapore. It begins when a first-class passenger becomes violently ill. House suspects meningitis, and soon others become sick, Cuddy among them. Back at the hospital, Chase, Cameron, Foreman and Wilson struggle to determine what's killing a 58-year-old woman who collapsed just before having sex with a high-end prostitute. read more

Fetal Position Season 3, Episode 17

A pregnant 42-year-old celebrity photographer (Anne Ramsay) suffers a stroke while shooting a rock star (All-American Rejects' Tyson Ritter), and soon her kidneys and liver begin to fail as well. House suspects the fetus is the culprit, but the mother won't hear of an abortion and Cuddy backs her unequivocally. Meanwhile, House decides he wants to take a vacation; and Cuddy has a word with Cameron about her relationship with Chase. read more

Top Secret Season 3, Episode 16

Cuddy assigns House to treat an Iraq vet complaining of Gulf War syndrome who happens to be a nephew of a big hospital donor. House recognizes the patient's face---from a nightmare he had the night before. Meanwhile, House is having trouble going to the bathroom, and Cameron and Chase engage in “uncomplicated sex.” read more

Half-wit Season 3, Episode 15

Dave Matthews guest stars as a 35-year-old savant whose hand constricts during a piano recital. As the patient's condition quickly deteriorates at the hospital, House makes plans (unannounced, of course) to go to Boston. The doc has also been furtively ordering blood tests for a patient named Luke N. Laura. Dr. Obyedkov: Kurtwood Smith. read more

Insensitive Season 3, Episode 14

A 16-year-old car-crash victim is insensitive to pain. She's also very headstrong, and concerned about her mother, who was injured more seriously in the crash. Perhaps not surprisingly, House takes a particular interest in the girl. He also takes an interest in Cuddy's date with a man she met online and keeps finding ways to interrupt it. And Foreman's girlfriend, Nurse Wendy, has a Valentine's Day getaway planned for the two of them. read more

Needle in a Haystack Season 3, Episode 13

A 16-year-old suffers respiratory arrest while making out with his girlfriend. The doctors can't figure out what's wrong and, making matters worse, his Gypsy parents instinctively distrust the doctors. Meanwhile, Cuddy gives House's handicapped parking space to a new hospital researcher (Wendy Makkena) who uses a wheelchair because, as Cuddy puts it, “the person who is worse off should get the better space.” House won't take this lying down, but he will take it sitting down---in a wheelchair. read more

One Day, One Room Season 3, Episode 12

Cuddy assigns House to full-time clinic duty (“You owe me,” she tells him), and he behaves more strangely than usual. Then a rape victim (Katheryn Winnick), who is physically healthy and should be seeing a psychiatrist, demands to talk to House instead. Meanwhile, a homeless man (Geoffrey Lewis) with terminal lung cancer refuses palliative treatment and begins playing mind games with Cameron. read more

Words and Deeds Season 3, Episode 11

Before his date in court, House has something to say to Tritter (David Morse) as he treats a firefighter (Tory Kittles) who's shivering when he arrives at the hospital from a fire. But then he shrugs off his staff's request for more input on the case and checks into drug rehab. Amy: Meagan Good. read more

Merry Little Christmas Season 3, Episode 10

Wilson arranges a deal for House with Tritter (David Morse), and is criticized for it not only by House, who swears he'll never take it, but by Cuddy and Cameron as well. Meanwhile, Cuddy cuts an increasingly desperate House off Vicodin and takes him off the team's case: a 15-year-old little person who entered the hospital with a collapsed lung and anemia, and soon deteriorates. read more

Finding Judas Season 3, Episode 9

No sooner does a 6-year-old in abdominal agony arrive at the hospital than her divorced parents begin sniping at each other. Meanwhile, Cuddy has restricted House's access to Vicodin, and his increased pain level makes him more difficult to deal with than usual. And Tritter (David Morse) interviews Foreman, Chase and Cameron individually, taking strikingly different approaches with each of them. read more

Whac-a-mole Season 3, Episode 8

An 18-year-old (Patrick Fugit) who is the sole supporter of his brother and sister has a heart attack while working at a children's party restaurant, and House turns his diagnosis into a game for the staff. Meanwhile, Tritter has gotten the DEA to revoke Wilson's prescribing privileges, leaving House scrambling for a new Vicodin source as he develops a pain in his shoulder. read more

Son of Coma Guy Season 3, Episode 7

House suspects that a patient's illness is genetic and needs a family history. But the man's only living relative, his father (John Larroquette), has been in a vegetative state for 10 years. Meanwhile, Wilson confronts House about stealing his prescription pad, and Tritter (David Morse) questions Cameron, Chase and Foreman in his effort to nail House on drug charges. read more

Que Sera Sera Season 3, Episode 6

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 (David Morse), a patient he insulted in the clinic, get worse. read more

Fools for Love Season 3, Episode 5

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 showing a newly hired nurse. And Cuddy demands that House apologize to a clinic patient (David Morse) he treated disrespectfully. read more

Lines in the Sand Season 3, Episode 4

A 10-year-old autistic boy clutches his chest and screams in pain, but test after test proves negative. Meanwhile, House disrupts hospital routine because Cuddy won't replace the carpeting installed in his office following the shooting. He wants the old bloody carpeting back. And Ali (Leighton Meester), the 17-year-old with a crush on House, is back in the clinic. She's suffering, she says, from a "rhino thing" and wants House to listen to her heart and lungs. So she takes off her shirt. read more

Informed Consent Season 3, Episode 3

A noted 71-year-old cancer researcher (Joel Grey) collapses in his lab. The problem could be with his heart or his lungs; House and his staff don't know. But the researcher knows that he doesn't want them to find out. He just wants to die. Meanwhile, House is using his cane again, but that doesn't stop him from noticing that a clinic patient's very fetching 17-year-old daughter is taking an unusual interest in him. read more

Cane & Able Season 3, Episode 2

A 7-year-old boy plunges from his bedroom window after telling his parents (not for the first time) that aliens were after him. He also has unexplained bleeding and complains about a metal chip in his neck. Meanwhile, Cameron learns that Cuddy and Wilson are “trying to teach [House] some humility,” and the dour doc's leg pain has returned. It's not as bad as before the operation, but House fears that the ketamine isn't working. In any event, he's taking Vicodin again. read more

Meaning Season 3, Episode 1

A pain-free House is on the run. Literally. After eight weeks of rehab from the shooting, he's running to the hospital, where two patients await him. One is a mute quadriplegic (the result of brain cancer) who drove his wheelchair into a pool. The other is a paralyzed young woman who injured herself in a yoga accident. But there's no evidence of spinal damage. House wants both cases because, he says, he wants to help the patients. Arlene: Kathleen Quinlan. read more

No Reason Season 2, Episode 24

House is shot, but that doesn't stop him from working on the vexing case he was handling before the attack. He does, however, have an unusual attitude about it. As for his own case, the surgeon who operated on him was also able to make his leg pain disappear, but House isn't especially grateful. Primarily, he's concerned about what might have been done to his mind. Moriarty: Elias Koteas. Vince: Chris Tallman. Judy: Michelle Clunie. read more

Who's Your Daddy? Season 2, Episode 23

A 16-year-old Hurricane Katrina victim goes into cardiac shock after having hallucinations on a plane. At the hospital, her heart's fine but she quickly deteriorates. The case is of personal interest to House because her dad (D.B. Sweeney)---who was only recently told he fathered her---is his former bandmate. House is skeptical about his old friend's paternity. He's also skeptical about Cuddy's decision to have a child by artificial insemination. And his leg hurts more than usual. read more

Forever Season 2, Episode 22

A mother almost drowns her newborn son when she has a seizure while bathing him, but that's not what's causing his serious illness. And the mother's "seizure" turns out not to be a seizure at all. Meanwhile, Chase begins working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; Cuddy and Wilson have dinner together; and Foreman's back at work, though his mental acuity isn't all the way back. read more

Euphoria Season 2, Episode 21

Conclusion. Now it's Foreman's turn to go blind and suffer agonizing pain from whatever it was that struck Off. Joe Luria, and a stumped House calls on his pet rat, Steve McQueen, to see what he can sniff out in Joe's filthy apartment. Rodney Foreman: Charles S. Dutton. read more

Euphoria Season 2, Episode 20

Part 1 of two: An inner-city cop (Scott Michael Campbell) laughs as he corners a suspect, and even thinks it's funny when the suspect shoots him. But the gunshot wound isn't why he's in danger. Meanwhile, Foreman takes an immediate dislike to the officer. In fact, when his condition deteriorates, Foreman starts laughing. Then the doc gets sick as well. read more

House vs. God Season 2, Episode 19

A 15-year-old faith healer (Thomas Dekker) collapses after laying his hands on an old woman in a walker. An MRI finds a brain abnormality, but he doesn't want it treated for fear that it might affect his healing capabilities. While in the hospital, the teen uses his power on a terminal patient (Tamara Braun) Wilson is treating. Elsewhere, Wilson moves out of House's apartment, but he still wants in on House's weekly poker games. Walter: William Katt. read more

Sleeping Dogs Lie Season 2, Episode 18

A young woman (Jayma Mays) swallows a bottle of sleeping pills---not to kill herself but to go to sleep, something she says she hasn't done in 10 days. Then her case deteriorates, but her partner (Dahlia Salem) is in a perfect position to help her. Meanwhile, House keeps falling asleep because living with Wilson has disrupted his sleep pattern. And Cameron's mad at Foreman for swiping her ideas for a medical-journal article, and at House for letting him do it. read more

All In Season 2, Episode 17

A 6-year-old's intestinal ailment leads to kidney and pituitary-gland failure. It's the same thing that happened to a 73-year-old woman who died---in one day---on House's watch 12 years earlier, and he's determined not to have it happen again. Cuddy has treated the boy before, but she doesn't know how sick he is because she's in the lobby downstairs, drinking heavily at a hospital-benefit poker tournament, and House isn't about to tell her. read more

Safe Season 2, Episode 16

A 16-year-old girl (Michelle Trachtenberg) with a history of allergic reactions and a transplanted heart goes into shock at home, then suffers congestive heart failure at the hospital. “We've got two puzzle pieces from two different puzzles,” says a puzzled Foreman. Meanwhile, House proves to be a predictably difficult roommate for Wilson. Barbara: Mel Harris. Lewis: Lance Guest. Dan: Jake McDorman. read more

Clueless Season 2, Episode 15

A man stops breathing during rough sex with his wife (Samantha Mathis), then he develops an agonizingly itchy rash, but those symptoms belie his test results. Meanwhile, House diagnoses a Wall Street workaholic with herpes. The man swears he had sex only with his wife, who swears (loudly to Cuddy) that she hasn't been cheating, either. And Wilson, who's soon to be single again, moves in with House. They make an odd couple indeed. read more

Sex Kills Season 2, Episode 14

A man (Howard Hesseman) suffers a seizure, then bacteria attack his heart, and he needs a transplant immediately. But the only potential donor was suffering from a mysterious illness that renders her heart unusable. At least that's what the protocols say. House isn't about to let that---or standard medical ethics---get in his way. read more

Skin Deep Season 2, Episode 13

A 15-year-old supermodel collapses on a catwalk after seeing double and inexplicably attacking another model. At the hospital, she has short-term memory loss, and a tox screen finds heroin in her system. But could the drug be masking her illness? Meanwhile, no amount of Vicodin can mask House's worsening leg pain. Alex: Cameron Richardson. Martin: Tom Verica. read more

Distractions Season 2, Episode 12

A 16-year-old who crashes his ATV suffers severe burns. Then he develops heart trouble and brain dysfunction, and has a seizure as well. Meanwhile, it's payback time for a doctor who ratted out House for cheating in med school 20 years ago: The doc has come up with a migraine therapy House thinks is bogus, and he sets out to prove it---by experimenting on himself. read more

Need to Know Season 2, Episode 11

A 34-year-old supermom is hospitalized after spasms in her arms cause an auto accident. Then she has a stroke. Meanwhile, Stacy and House try to come to grips with their encounter in Baltimore; and Cameron is reluctant to take a test that will determine once and for all if she's HIV positive. Margo: Julie Warner. Mark Warner: Currie Graham. read more

Failure to Communicate Season 2, Episode 10

While House and Stacy are in Baltimore to defend his billing practices to Medicaid, a famous journalist (Michael O'Keefe) with substance abuse in his past collapses, hits his head and suddenly can speak only gibberish. Cameron, Chase and Foreman can't agree on a diagnosis. As the patient's condition deteriorates, House is available by phone, but he and Stacy are snowed in at the airport. Elizabeth: Erica Gimpel. Greta: Mimi Kennedy. read more

Deception Season 2, Episode 9

House meets a hard-drinking, quick-thinking woman (Cynthia Nixon) at an offtrack betting parlor just before she has a seizure. Later, at the hospital, she seems strangely unconcerned when Cameron tells her that she has fast-killing pancreatic cancer. Meanwhile, in the wake of Chase's disciplinary hearing, Foreman is temporarily in charge of the unit, but that doesn't mean he'll get a lot of respect from his new underling House. read more

The Mistake Season 2, Episode 8

Chase misdiagnoses a woman with an ulcer, and flashbacks (told from various points of view) dissect the case as her condition deteriorates. Stacy (Sela Ward) questions him and House about it following the patient's death and prior to a hospital disciplinary hearing. Kayla: Allison Smith. Dr. Ayersman: John Rubinstein. read more

Hunting Season 2, Episode 7

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. Elsewhere, House finds an unusual (though not at all uncharacteristic) way to spend time with Stacy (Sela Ward). Mark Warner: Currie Graham. Michael: Wings Hauser. read more

Spin Season 2, Episode 6

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 her husband, Mark (Currie Graham), at his support-group session. read more

Daddy's Boy Season 2, Episode 5

Diane Baker and R. Lee Ermey appear as House's parents in an episode in which a soon-to-graduate Princeton senior complains of shocklike sensations just before collapsing while taking part in a frat-party drinking contest. Then, in the hospital, he suddenly becomes incontinent after his father tells him that his mother, who had died 15 years earlier in an auto accident, hadn't been killed by a drunken driver. Meanwhile, House's parents are in the area, and House doesn't want to see them. read more

TB or Not TB Season 2, Episode 4

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 else is wrong. Meanwhile, an imperious clinic patient doesn't like Foreman's bedside manner and complains to Cuddy about it. Trouble is, Foreman was wearing House's name tag at the time. read more

Humpty Dumpty Season 2, Episode 3

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. read more

Autopsy Season 2, Episode 2

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, House must deal with a young man who unsuccessfully tried to alter his appearance. Elvis Costello covers Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful" for the show. read more

Acceptance Season 2, Episode 1

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 lawyer Stacy Warner (Sela Ward) performs them---without Cuddy's knowledge. Meanwhile, Cameron refuses to believe a young woman's lung-cancer diagnosis. read more

Honeymoon Season 1, Episode 22

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 be over each other. read more

Three Stories Season 1, Episode 21

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 with fantasy sequences. read more

Love Hurts Season 1, Episode 20

Cameron returns on one condition---that House goes on a date with her. In the clinic, meanwhile, House berates a young man (John Cho), who then has a stroke that will be the first of many. Also, House plays romantic referee to a seventysomething couple (June Squibb and Peter Graves). read more

Kids Season 1, Episode 19

During a meningitis outbreak that fills the hospital, a 12-year-old diver exhibits many of the disease's symptoms, and some other ones, too. Meanwhile, with Vogler out of the picture, House offers Cameron her job back. read more

Babies & Bathwater Season 1, Episode 18

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 have been feeding her a vegan diet. According to social-services authorities that constitutes child abuse. read more

Role Model Season 1, Episode 17

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 miscarriage. She says that she hasn't had sex in a year. read more

Heavy Season 1, Episode 16

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's pregnant. read more

Mob Rules Season 1, Episode 15

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 him out to Vogler about his lie to the transplant committee. And in the clinic, House must deal with a 2-year-old who keeps getting things stuck up his nose. Vogler: Chi McBride. Bill: Danny Nucci. Joey: Joseph Lyle Taylor. read more

Control Season 1, Episode 14

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 happy with House or his department. Carly Forlano: Sarah Clarke. read more

Cursed Season 1, Episode 13

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 father (Nestor Carbonell). Meanwhile, Chase's father (Patrick Bauchau), an eminent rheumatologist, arrives from Australia, but Chase is not at all happy to see him. Sarah: Tracy Middendorf. read more

Sports Medicine Season 1, Episode 12

A major-league pitcher with a history of drug abuse (Scott Foley) develops brittle bones. Steroids could be the cause, but he insists he's clean, and tests back him up. He doesn't appear to have cancer, either. And in the clinic, House treats, if that's the word for it, five patients in three minutes. Meanwhile, Foreman is seeing an attractive drug rep, and House and Cameron share a social evening: They attend a monster-truck rally. Lola: Meredith Monroe. read more

Detox Season 1, Episode 11

A 16-year-old boy starts bleeding just before the car crash that lands him in the hospital, and the symptoms add up to nothing but a likely death. Meanwhile, Cuddy suggests an unorthodox approach to get House off his painkillers. He takes her up on it and what follows isn't likely to be pleasant for anybody. read more

Histories Season 1, Episode 10

A homeless Jane Doe (Leslie Hope) collapses while confronting police at an all-night rave, then has a seizure in the hospital. She turns out to be a talented cartoonist, who's diabetic and has a twitch. Wilson suspects ovarian cancer, and Foreman thinks she's faking. House, of course, has another view. He also has another audience: two medical students (Smith Cho, Ogy Durham), who are learning to take case histories. read more

DNR Season 1, Episode 9

A jazz musician (Harry Lennix), who's already paralyzed from the waist down, collapses at a recording session (which features a cameo by Brandy). His L.A. doctor (David Conrad) is treating him for ALS, and he signs a "do not resuscitate" order. But that's not about to stop House. Meanwhile, that doctor offers Foreman a job. read more

Poison Season 1, Episode 8

Something poisoned a high-school student who became ill during a calculus exam, and House and his team must figure out what it was, while battling the young man's mother, who doesn't trust any of them. In the clinic, meanwhile, House admits an older woman (Shirley Knight) for tests because of a personality change: She's suddenly very interested in sex. read more

Fidelity Season 1, Episode 7

A 31-year-old woman (Myndy Crist) sleeps 18 hours a day, and when she's awake she's irritable. It isn't depression, but it will be fatal if House doesn't figure out what it is. Ed: Dominic Purcell. Samantha: Clementine Ford. read more

The Socratic Method Season 1, Episode 6

A 38-year-old mentally ill woman (Stacy Edwards) has a pulmonary embolism, something a 38-year-old shouldn't have. This intrigues House, so much that he actually wants to meet her (not just treat her condition). Knowing the woman's reality all too well is her teen, who supports her much more than she supports him. read more

Damned if You Do Season 1, Episode 5

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. Meanwhile, House has a highly unusual remedy for a man with an inflamed bowel. read more

Maternity Season 1, Episode 4

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 young woman who has what he calls a “parasite.” Karen: Ever Carradine. Ethan: Sam Trammell. Kim: Alexandra Chun. Jill: Hedy Burress. read more

Occam's Razor Season 1, Episode 3

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. read more

Paternity Season 1, Episode 2

A 16-year-old boy has night terrors after getting hit on the head by a lacrosse ball, and House (Hugh Laurie) immediately suspects he's a victim of sexual abuse. Later, he changes the diagnosis to MS, and that night the youth disappears from his hospital bed. In the clinic, House treats a baby whose mother has an aversion to inoculation, and a man with an infected knee who's almost as obnoxious as House is. Dan: Scott Mechlowicz. Andy: Robin Thomas. Paula: Wendy Gazelle. Funsten: Alex Skuby. read more

Pilot Episode Season 1, Episode 1

In the series pilot, a 29-year-old kindergarten teacher (Robin Tunney) suffers from mysterious seizures that no one on Dr. Greg House's diagnostic-medicine team can explain. Hugh Laurie, Linda Edelstein, Robert Sean Leonard. read more

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Premiered: November 16, 2004, on FOX
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: He has little patience for patients, but misanthropic Gregory House is a brilliant diagnostician who probes life-and-death medical mysteries while 'CSI'-style graphics follow each disease's progression. 'X-Men' director Bryan Singer is one of the executive producers.



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