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This week, the team must diagnose the 21 year old star of the New York City ballet. House finally opens up to Wilson about his hallucinations and the two of them work together to diagnose the good doctor.
This week's patient is Penelopy- the 21-year-old star of the New York City Ballet.
This week, the team diagnoses a deaf kid who suddenly starts hearing phantom explosions.
This week, the team treats an environmental activist with a chip on his shoulder, Chase and Cameron deal with the unexpected impact Kutner's death has on their relationship and House worries that he's lost his mojo.
This week the team must deal with the loss of one of their own, and at the same time they are trying to diagnose a patient who does not want to get better.
This week's episode we get to see almost entirely from the perspective of the patient, special guest star Mos Def. Warning: this episode may cause seizures with the fuzzy out of focus, rapidly moving camera.
This week: the team deals with a patient whose death was predicted by a cat and the economic recession really hits home for Dr. Taub.
This week's patient is the amazing, incomparable Judy Greer. She's the head of nursing in an old folks home.
This week, the team treats a man who has a brain problem that is making him say whatever comes to mind out loud. It's sort of like how House is all the time, except this guy has something wrong with his brain to blame it on.
This week the team tries to diagnose a priest who got drunk and met Jesus, Foreman and Thirteen face the music over their relationship and medical missteps and House totally rocks a pink shirt.
It's House's 100th episode! 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 (thanks fox.com!)
This week's patient is Dr.