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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 woman from Dr. House's past returns to the hospital, where she used to be legal counsel, seeking his help in diagnosing the illness her husband has.
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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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House and Cameron explore their relationship; the team tries to discover what is causing a young man to have blood clots and strokes.
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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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A meningitis scare overwhelms the resources and staff of the hospital, but House singles out a 12-year-old patient whose symptoms are similar to but not quite right for the disease.
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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 a mob informant suddenly collapses before court, House and his team try to cure him or determine whether he is faking.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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A legendary jazz musician checks into the hospital, believing he is dying of ALS, and signs a "do not resuscitate" order, but House disagrees with the diagnosis and violates the order to save the man's life, landing himself in court.
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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.
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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.
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Dr. House shows special interest in a schizophrenic with deep-vein thrombosis and her teenage son, who is her primary caregiver.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Dr. House and the team think a teenage lacrosse player has multiple sclerosis until the boy's night-terrors disprove their diagnosis.
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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.

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