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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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The team treats a deaf 14-year-old who collapses while competing in a wrestling match; House has trouble sleeping.
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Cameron asks House to accept the case of an environmental activist who collapsed at a protest with mysterious symptoms.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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House and the team treat a patient who speaks his mind uncontrollably; House thinks Taub and Wilson are keeping something from him.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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