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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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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.
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House and the team consider foul play while treating a woman who collapsed at her wedding; Wilson's newly revealed relationship preoccupies House.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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After a magician's heart fails during an underwater escape act, House suspects him of being a scam artist faking his ailments.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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House and the remaining candidates must determine why a 20-year-old cosmetician had a massive seizure and now has hallucinations; Foreman's reputation precedes him as he interviews for a new job; House must narrow the candidates to six.
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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.
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House begins interviewing for the open positions on his team and sets the applicants against one another to help treat a woman who has an unusual neurological disorder.
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A young woman survives an office-building collapse, and House discusses his ideas about the case with a hospital janitor; Wilson resorts to desperate measures.
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The team takes on the case of a woman who was rescued at sea en route from Cuba in her desperate bid to get a diagnosis from Dr. House.
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A 16-year-old chess prodigy with intense head pain and behavioral issues offends the members of House's team during his treatment.
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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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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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A pregnant photographer collapses in the midst of a photo shoot with a famous musician (Tyson Ritter); Foreman and Cuddy learn about Cameron and Chase's secret relationship.

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