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S07, E08 (First Aired:
A man becomes a patient after re-enacting the Crucifixion; Taub questions his wife about her relationship with a member of an infidelity support group; Wilson's relationship with Sam takes an unexpected turn at a co-worker's wedding.
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.
S02, E07 (First Aired:
House searches for connections between the unique symptoms exhibited by a gay AIDS patient and his father.
S05, E17 (First Aired:
House and the team treat a patient who speaks his mind uncontrollably; House thinks Taub and Wilson are keeping something from him.
S05, E18 (First Aired:
House sets out to disprove the allegations of a nursing home worker who feigns illness after being visited by the facility's pet cat, which has a reputation for visiting people who are about to die.
S05, E19 (First Aired:
A man (Mos Def) awakes in a New York hospital after a bicycle accident, unable to move or communicate; injured and in the next bed, Dr. House insists he knows what is affecting the man and has him transferred to Princeton Plainsboro.
S05, E20 (First Aired:
After caring for her dying husband (Meat Loaf Aday) for several months, a woman (Colleen Camp) collapses and, while his condition mysteriously improves, hers deteriorates.
S05, E21 (First Aired:
Cameron asks House to accept the case of an environmental activist who collapsed at a protest with mysterious symptoms.
S05, E22 (First Aired:
The team treats a deaf 14-year-old who collapses while competing in a wrestling match; House has trouble sleeping.
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.
S07, E09 (First Aired:
After saving a stranger who fell onto subway tracks, a man suddenly collapses despite appearing to be unscathed; House tries to avoid a dinner with Cuddy and her opinionated mother (Candice Bergen).
S07, E10 (First Aired:
A boot-camp trainee and his drill sergeant exhibit the same peculiar symptoms; an indecent photo of Chase is posted online; House helps prepare Rachel for enrollment at a prestigious preschool.
S08, E07 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E08 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E09 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E10 (First Aired:
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).
S08, E11 (First Aired:
Dr. Walter Cofield (Jeffrey Wright), Foreman's former mentor, places House and the team under review after a violent incident involving a patient.
S08, E12 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E13 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E14 (First Aired:
The team works to save a blind man with a mysterious illness; House's mother makes an unexpected visit.
S07, E11 (First Aired:
After Cuddy's mother (Candice Bergen) complains of unusual symptoms, she is admitted to the hospital; Masters questions her principles.
S07, E12 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E15 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E16 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E17 (First Aired:
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.
S08, E18 (First Aired:
The team treats a boy who wakes up from nightmares of being choked still unable to breathe; Park has intimate dreams about co-workers; Dominika discovers a secret that has the potential to ruin her relationship with House.
S08, E19 (First Aired:
When the team treats a 6-year-old with multiple health issues, they must collaborate with her mother (Jessica Collins), who is also a doctor; Wilson and House go on vacation.
S08, E20 (First Aired:
The team must convince its patient that a missing House is still calling all the shots.
S08, E21 (First Aired:
The team believes a patient's problems are both physical and psychological; Foreman tries an alternative approach with House.
S08, E23 (First Aired:
While treating a drug addicted patient, House is forced to look at his own life, future and personal demons.
S01, E01 (First Aired:
Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) and his team try to save the life of a kindergarten teacher (Robin Tunney) who began speaking gibberish and passed out in front of her students.
S01, E02 (First Aired:
Dr. House and the team think a teenage lacrosse player has multiple sclerosis until the boy's night-terrors disprove their diagnosis.
S01, E03 (First Aired:
A collegian collapses after raucous sex with his girlfriend, and Dr. House and his team scramble to figure out why as the student's condition worsens.
S01, E04 (First Aired:
Dr. House annoys his boss when he suggests that two sick newborns in the hospital are the start of an epidemic, but as more babies fall ill, the maternity ward closes and the doctors battle over courses of treatment.
S01, E05 (First Aired:
Dr. House's approach raises questions when he treats a nun for what he believes to be an allergy, not realizing that her past is coming back to haunt her.
S01, E06 (First Aired:
Dr. House shows special interest in a schizophrenic with deep-vein thrombosis and her teenage son, who is her primary caregiver.
S01, E07 (First Aired:
When a young housewife falls ill, House suspects that she has contracted a rare sexually transmitted disease, but she and her husband (Dominic Purcell) each deny having an affair.
S01, E08 (First Aired:
House and his team investigate the mysterious poisoning of a high-school student, and they think they have the answers they need until a second teen develops the same symptoms.
S01, E09 (First Aired:
A legendary jazz musician checks into the hospital, believing he is dying of ALS, and signs a ``do not resuscitate'' order, which House violates to save the man's life.
S07, E13 (First Aired:
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.
S07, E14 (First Aired:
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.
S07, E15 (First Aired:
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.
S07, E16 (First Aired:
A professional bull-rider needs risky open-heart surgery after being attacked by the animal; Masters develops a crush on a patient, surprising Taub.
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.
S06, E02 (First Aired:
House decides to accept treatment from Dr. Nolan in order to get his license reinstated.
S06, E03 (First Aired:
House has surprising news for Cuddy; an ailing video game creator opts for treatments suggested by people on the Internet rather than listening to the doctors; Foreman tries to get House's job.
S06, E04 (First Aired:
The team treats a controversial African politician (James Earl Jones) who has fallen ill; Wilson tries to make amends with a feuding neighbor.
S06, E05 (First Aired:
A wealthy businessman brings his teenage son to the hospital and insists on having House handle the case; Foreman and Chase prepare to present information on the Dibala case.
S06, E06 (First Aired:
The team takes on the case of a police detective whose father, grandfather and great-grandfather all died of sudden heart failure at age 40; House confronts some of his ghosts.
S06, E07 (First Aired:
A teenage girl is brought to the hospital with severely swollen appendages after a wild night out; as her condition worsens, the patient is unable to distinguish fact from fiction; the doctors attend a medical conference.
S06, E08 (First Aired:
House reclaims his role as head of diagnostics in time to treat an adult film star admitted to the hospital for pulsating eye pain; Cuddy is reminded that Princeton Plainsboro is not conducive to healthy personal relationships.
S07, E17 (First Aired:
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.
S07, E18 (First Aired:
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.
S01, E10 (First Aired:
Dr. Foreman believes an uncooperative homeless woman is faking seizures so she can stay in the hospital, but her worsening symptoms prove to be a complex mystery for Dr. House and his team.
S01, E11 (First Aired:
House agrees to stop taking painkillers for a week in exchange for a month without clinic duty, but the team thinks detox is affecting his judgment in the case of a young man's unexplained blood loss.
S01, E12 (First Aired:
A severely broken arm reveals underlying problems and ends the comeback plans of a major league pitcher (Scott Foley), whom House suspects is taking steroids.
S01, E13 (First Aired:
When a financial supporter of the hospital gets a divorce, his son falls ill and begins to believe he is cursed, leaving House and the team trying to treat him and deal with his demanding father.
S01, E14 (First Aired:
Billionaire entrepreneur Edward Vogler (Chi McBride) buys his way into becoming chairman of the board with plans to use the facility as a new biotech venture, which could mean the hospital no longer needs the services of Dr. House.
S01, E15 (First Aired:
When a mob informant suddenly collapses before court, House and his team try to cure him or determine whether he is faking.