Genre: Drama, Mystery, Medical
Summary: At fictional Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey, prickly genius Dr. Gregory House tackles health mysteries as would a medical Sherlock Holmes, all the while playing mind games with colleagues that include his best friend, oncologist James Wilson. House, an acerbic infectious disease specialist, solves medical puzzles with the help of a team of young diagnosticians. Flawless instincts and unconventional thinking help earn House great respect, despite his brutal honesty and antisocial tendencies.
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A 9-year-old patient with terminal cancer handles her situation so well that House begins to wonder whether she is really that brave or if it is a medical symptom.
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When Cuddy's handyman, Alfredo, falls from her roof and develops strange symptoms, she joins the team to figure out what is wrong with him.
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The hospital admits a renowned physician and advocate against the spread of tuberculosis in Africa, and his TB-like symptoms draw media attention which could further his cause.
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Trust issues between a father and his mysteriously ill son prevent the medical team from getting the information they need to diagnose and treat the illness.
S02, E06 (First Aired:
House resists treating a famous bicyclist, brought in after collapsing during a race, because he believes the athlete is taking performance enhancers.
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House searches for connections between the unique symptoms exhibited by a gay AIDS patient and his father.
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A young mother with stomach pain dies, and Stacy (Sela Ward) must determine whether Chase made a mistake that caused her death.
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House and the team treat a ballerina whose lungs collapse during a performance; House is desperate to find a cure for his insomnia.
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House is intrigued by a patient whose left brain and right brain operate independently, creating two distinct personalities.
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A 19-year-old college student goes to the hospital after coughing up blood during karate class; House takes a special interest in an attractive nutritionist (Piper Perabo), who accompanied her boyfriend to the clinic.
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A 16-year-old chess prodigy with intense head pain and behavioral issues offends the members of House's team during his treatment.
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After Cuddy's mother (Candice Bergen) complains of unusual symptoms, she is admitted to the hospital; Masters questions her principles.
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A woman with an extraordinary memory experiences temporary paralysis, and a visit from her sister triggers more health complications; Foreman helps Taub prepare for an exam; House discovers Wilson's new secret companion.
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House shares explicit medical stories with students at a school's career day; two fifth-graders try to help House understand how his antics prevent him from showing Cuddy how he feels.
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A patient has a severe rash after being exposed to caustic chemicals at work; House must choose between attending a charity event to support Cuddy and staying with his patient; Chase and Masters learn about relationships.
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Cuddy receives news that forces her to re-evaluate her priorities; a teenage patient's suspicious body scars suggest his illness is more than physical.
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A professional bull-rider needs risky open-heart surgery after being attacked by the animal; Masters develops a crush on a patient, surprising Taub.
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A young homeless man and former drug addict is found in a park with scars and burn marks on his chest; Cuddy expresses her guilt to Wilson.
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The team takes on the case of a woman who was rescued at sea en route from Cuba in her desperate bid to get a diagnosis from Dr. House.
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A young woman survives an office-building collapse, and House discusses his ideas about the case with a hospital janitor; Wilson resorts to desperate measures.
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House begins interviewing for the open positions on his team and sets the applicants against one another to help treat a woman who has an unusual neurological disorder.
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House splits the final 10 fellowship candidates into two teams by gender; the teams must treat a man with muscular atrophy and diagnose the cause; at his new hospital, Foreman resorts to Houselike behavior to help a patient.
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House and his team blame an adverse reaction to diet pills after an obese 10-year-old girl has a heart attack but, ultimately, they find another cause for her illness.
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When Tom Wright, a senator with presidential aspirations, becomes ill, House examines him and finds that the symptoms point toward AIDS, a condition that would squash his career.
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House and his team scramble to find the cause of kidney and brain dysfunction in a pregnant patient, leaving the woman and her husband to face a heartbreaking choice, and Vogler continues his quest to have House fired.
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Off-track betting gambler Anica (Cynthia Nixon) collapses in front of House while they are both following horse races at the site.
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With House and Stacy out of town, the team is left on its own to help a journalist, whose sudden collapse is followed by an inability to speak clearly.
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A housewife (Julie Warner) on fertility medication visits Princeton Plainsboro Hospital when her inexplicable muscle-flailing causes her to crash her car.
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When a young man comes into the hospital severely burned and has unusual blood-test results, House and his team have a difficult challenge.
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While treating a supermodel for heroin addiction, Dr. House uncovers a startling secret; Wilson hopes that House's increased leg pain is proof that his nerves are regenerating.
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House believes a patient's (Howard Hesseman) seizure was caused by an infection, but the man's sudden heart attack forces the team to change direction and opt for a heart transplant.
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A man suffers from a breathing attack while role-playing in the bedroom with his wife.
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A young heart-transplant patient has a severe allergic reaction and goes into shock despite living in a ``clean'' room.
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House goes through detox, hoping to stop the hallucinations that tormented him; Dr. Nolan refuses to sign the paperwork to reinstate House's license until House participates in his own mental recovery.
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House decides to accept treatment from Dr. Nolan in order to get his license reinstated.
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House and the remaining candidates must determine why a 20-year-old cosmetician had a massive seizure and now has hallucinations; Foreman's reputation precedes him as he interviews for a new job; House must narrow the candidates to six.
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After learning that Thirteen spent time in prison, House tries to figure out why she was incarcerated; the team makes a discovery about a teacher who has severe respiratory problems.
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Masters must decide if she wants to be a surgeon or officially join House's team; a 16-year-old collapses days before embarking on a sailing tour of the globe.
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A lottery winner experiences partial paralysis while looking for a long-lost love; medical licenses are jeopardized when Cuddy's mother (Candice Bergen) threatens to sue the hospital.
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House and Wilson disagree on the outcome of a boxing match they bet on; the team suspects House of having another drug problem.
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Thirteen turns to Chase when a friend comes to her in need of medical attention and can't be taken to the hospital; House gets devastating news.
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The team questions the necessity of the treatments it is giving a performance artist; House's unexpected action may forever change his relationships with Wilson and Cuddy.
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House notices strange symptoms in a fellow inmate at the East New Jersey Correctional Facility; a clinic doctor must decide whether to risk her job by helping House.
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An unexpected visitor offers House the chance to help the Princeton Plainsboro team with a patient; Wilson is unreceptive to House's attempts to reconnect.
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While treating a patient they think is a hypochondriac, Foreman and the six fellows seem to learn more about themselves than about the patient; Cameron and Chase gamble on which candidate House will cut next.
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When a man (Wentworth Miller) collapses after making a generous donation, House and Dr. Chi Park try to identify his medical disorder; Thirteen's pursuit of happiness is hampered by feelings of guilt.
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A businessman (Michael Nouri) becomes ill days before signing a contract that would relocate his company's labor force to China; Park prepares for her hearing with the hospital's disciplinary committee.
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A patient confesses dark secrets to his family and community, compromising his chances of receiving life-saving medical treatment; Chase and Taub rejoin the team; Taub struggles to balance work and fatherhood.
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The team discovers a disturbing family secret while trying to find a bone marrow match for an ailing teen; House tries to remove his ankle monitor so he can go to a boxing match; Taub's ex-wife wants to move across the country with their daughter.
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The team discovers its teenage patient isn't just being dramatic when her symptoms worsen; House becomes consumed with determining the cause of a 4-year-old's death; Park tries to get Chase to admit why he has become obsessed with grooming.
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During an interrogation at the witness stand, a prosecutor has what he thinks is a heart attack; Wilson is determined to prove that House is hiding something; Park starts to come out of her shell.
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An Alzheimer's patient participating in a drug trial suffers from a violent temper; Wilson treats a patient who claims to be in a chaste marriage.
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When a homeless teenager's (Bridgit Mendler) symptoms get worse, adult consent is required for an invasive surgery; Taub tries to connect with his daughters; House threatens Foreman's relationship with a married woman (Yaya DaCosta).
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Dr. Walter Cofield (Jeffrey Wright), Foreman's former mentor, places House and the team under review after a violent incident involving a patient.
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As Chase treats Moira (Julie Mond), a cloistered nun who is on the verge of making life-altering vows, they form a connection that causes Moira to question her faith; Taub and House take part in a series of pranks.
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The team notices behavioral changes in a marriage counselor who collapsed during a speaking engagement; House and Dominka work to convince Immigration they are a happy couple; House chooses a team leader.
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The team works to save a blind man with a mysterious illness; House's mother makes an unexpected visit.
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The team treats an Army veteran who refuses treatment unless he and his brother are given information about their dead father; Adams seeks help when she suspects House is sick.
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After a fight on the ice, a 22-year-old minor league hockey player collapses and coughs up blood; House stuns Wilson; Chase has an offer for Park.
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House and the team treat a man who sheds tears of blood; when House acts out when his favorite prostitute decides to leave the business.