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S03, E18 (First Aired:
When a man next to House on a flight from Singapore to the United States becomes violently ill, Cuddy suspects he has a deadly contagious virus.
S03, E19 (First Aired:
When a 6-year-old girl collapses at day care, the team discovers that she has a condition that is common in much older patients; tension develops between Cameron and Chase.
S03, E20 (First Aired:
When a young scam artist passes out while working a card-playing scheme, Foreman suspects her condition stems from drug abuse; Cuddy and Wilson go on a date to an art exhibit.
S03, E14 (First Aired:
A snowstorm leaves the ER short-staffed on Valentine's Day; House determines that Foreman's patient, who was injured in a car accident, has a rare condition that makes her completely insensitive to pain.
S04, E03 (First Aired:
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.
S04, E05 (First Aired:
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.
S04, E06 (First Aired:
The CIA recruits House to help an agent dying of an unknown illness; Foreman faces resistance from the remaining fellowship candidates when they question his judgment.
S04, E07 (First Aired:
A documentary film crew follows House and his team, as they treat a teenager who had a heart attack prior to facial reconstruction; several of the fellowship candidates distract House.
S04, E08 (First Aired:
After a magician's heart fails during an underwater escape act, House suspects him of being a scam artist faking his ailments.
S04, E09 (First Aired:
House assigns the candidates to the particularly challenging case of an uncooperative, over-the-hill rock star with a history of drug abuse and civil disobedience; Cuddy orders House to hire the members of his team.
S04, E10 (First Aired:
As the team runs tests to determine what caused a woman to have sudden paralysis of the hands, the rest of her system begins to shut down; the team participates in a gift exchange with a twist, courtesy of House.
S04, E11 (First Aired:
House and his team must treat, by way of webcam, a psychiatrist (Mira Sorvino) who is stationed at the South Pole; the identity of Wilson's love interest surprises House.
S04, E12 (First Aired:
House and the team consider foul play while treating a woman who collapsed at her wedding; Wilson's newly revealed relationship preoccupies House.
S04, E13 (First Aired:
House suspects a patient has a bigger problem than the original diagnosis; House and Amber argue about how much time they each get to spend with Wilson; Cuddy demands that House give his team performance reviews.
S04, E14 (First Aired:
House takes matters into his own hands when he feels certain that one of the actors on his favorite soap opera (Jason Lewis) is suffering from a serious medical condition, but the actor dismisses House's assessment.
S04, E15 (First Aired:
A bus accident robs House of several hours, and as his memory slowly returns, he realizes that one of his fellow passengers was exhibiting signs of a deadly illness, so he races to unlock the secrets in his brain.
S04, E16 (First Aired:
House's murky memories of the bus crash test his friendship with Wilson and threaten to change their lives forever.
S05, E01 (First Aired:
Still mourning the death of his girlfriend, Wilson resigns from Princeton Plainsboro; House must determine if he is responsible for the death of his best friend's girlfriend; Thirteen struggles to treat a patient objectively.
S05, E02 (First Aired:
House and the team investigate a string of deaths centering around a single organ donor, then rush to save the only two surviving recipients; House auditions new best friends and uses a detective to spy on Wilson.
S05, E03 (First Aired:
House and the team take on the case of a struggling artist with an undiagnosed illness that's distorting his perception and threatening his career; House continues to have a private investigator dig up dirt on everyone on his team.
S05, E04 (First Aired:
After receiving word that his father has passed away, House is coerced into attending the funeral; the team tries to diagnose the illness of a woman who was in China searching for her birth mother.
S05, E05 (First Aired:
Thirteen's date gets ill after a night of partying, and House takes on her case; Foreman confronts Thirteen about her self-destructive lifestyle; private investigator Lucas is hot on Wilson's trail.
S05, E06 (First Aired:
The team takes on the case of a sleepwalking patient experiencing unexplained blackouts; House discovers that Cuddy is planning to adopt a baby that is due in two weeks.
S05, E07 (First Aired:
House and the team treat an agoraphobic who adamantly refuses to leave his home and get treatment at the hospital; Chase and Cameron try to work through some kinks in their relationship; House deals with an itch he can't seem to scratch.
S03, E21 (First Aired:
Wilson prepares a 14-year-old leukemia patient for a last-resort bone-marrow transplant from his younger brother; a mistake that killed a patient a week earlier haunts Foreman.
S03, E22 (First Aired:
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 brilliant and acerbic diagnostician leads a team of specialists.
S03, E15 (First Aired:
A 35-year-old musical savant (Dave Matthews) is admitted to the hospital with a rare movement disorder; Cameron discovers that House has been in contact with a Massachusetts hospital.
S03, E16 (First Aired:
House's newest patient, an ex-Marine who had saved House's life in a dream the night before, intrigues him.
S05, E08 (First Aired:
An emancipated minor (Emily Rios) working as a factory manager falls ill on the job; Foreman takes on a pediatric case that has him questioning whether he can function without House's oversight.
S05, E09 (First Aired:
A man (Zeljko Ivanek) willing to kill or die for a diagnosis takes House, Thirteen and a number of patients hostage in Cuddy's office, where House tries to come up with the correct diagnosis.
S05, E10 (First Aired:
House and the team treat a high-profile fitness trainer who collapses while shooting an infomercial; Thirteen participates in a clinical trial led by Foreman.
S05, E11 (First Aired:
House and the team treat a teenager who collapsed during her high-school Christmas program; Foreman and Thirteen's relationship progresses; Cuddy receives an unexpected gift.
S05, E12 (First Aired:
House and the team try to diagnose a man's severe, chronic pain; Thirteen and Foreman explore their complicated relationship; Cuddy discovers that caring for her baby leaves her with little time to run the hospital.
S05, E13 (First Aired:
Cuddy gives some of her day-to-day responsibilities to Cameron; the team takes on the case of a teacher who collapsed after spitting up blood during a class.
S05, E14 (First Aired:
While treating a former cancer researcher who gave up her career to pursue her own personal happiness, House and his staff begin to question their own choices; Thirteen begins to show serious reactions to her experimental treatment.
S05, E15 (First Aired:
A priest is admitted to the ER after he sees a bleeding Jesus hovering at his doorstep; House confronts Thirteen and Foreman about their relationship.
S05, E16 (First Aired:
The team treats a teenager who doesn't know that he has genetic mosaicism; Wilson and Cuddy think something is wrong with House when he starts acting nice.
S05, E23 (First Aired:
House and the team treat a ballerina whose lungs collapse during a performance; House is desperate to find a cure for his insomnia.
S05, E24 (First Aired:
House is intrigued by a patient whose left brain and right brain operate independently, creating two distinct personalities.
S06, E01 (First Aired:
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.