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As an infectious disease specialist, Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) is a brilliant diagnostician who loves the challenges of the medical puzzles he must solve in order to save lives. House solves the inexplicable cases that other doctors cannot understand.

House isn't alone in this quest. His team includes neurologist Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps), a neurologist with a troubled youth and a desire to avoid becoming as abrasive as House; immunologist Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) - who sometimes cares too much and has conflicting feelings about House; and Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer), a specialist in intensive care who has lived a very privileged life. House's good (and possibly only) friend Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) is an oncology specialist, who has to help and stand up for House on a regular basis, while trying to get him to face a few harsh truths.

House must also deal with his boss, Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) who, while often opposing House's unconventional methods, must admit that he is the best doctor on her staff. When a patient’s life hangs in the balance, House will do anything, including breaking the law, taking risks other doctors would not take, and sometimes even going as far as actually interacting with a patient. House’s methods may be controversial but his results speak for themselves.

Inconsistencies with his team forced House to hire a new batch of doctors. This year House used an elimination process and the end resulted in hiring, Dr. Lawrence Kutner (Kal Penn), Dr. Remy Hadley (Olivia Wilde), and Dr. Christopher Taub (Peter Jacobson). Although his old team no longer takes orders from House they're still around to throw in their professional knowledge when need is dire. Together they will continue to solve cases most doctors can't.

Episode Info

Final: 8x22 -- Everybody Dies (May/21/2012)

In the series finale, House treats a heroin-addicted patient whose outlook on life puts House in a burning building haunted by the ghosts of his past.
Hugh LaurieHugh Laurie
As Dr. Gregory House
Lisa EdelsteinLisa Edelstein
As Dr. Lisa Cuddy (S01-S07)
Omar EppsOmar Epps
As Dr. Eric Foreman
Robert Sean LeonardRobert Sean Leonard
As Dr. James Wilson
Jesse SpencerJesse Spencer
As Dr. Robert Chase
Peter JacobsonPeter Jacobson
As Dr. Christopher Taub (ep. 80+; Recurring Previously)
Olivia WildeOlivia Wilde
As Dr. Remy Hadley ("Thirteen") (ep. 80-154; Recurring Previously)
Odette AnnableOdette Annable
As Dr. Jessica Adams (as Odette Annable, episode 156+)
Charlyne YiCharlyne Yi
As Dr. Chi Park (episode 156+)
Jennifer MorrisonJennifer Morrison
As Dr. Allison Cameron (S01-S06)



Reviews: 4
House Now at Season 3Rating: 11 likes, 11 dislikes

The series started, as so many do, very strong. The novelity of a brilliant maverick doctors who is mysanthropic in nature was a quick hit. Season two was a bit less interesting and the character seems to be getting more predictable and boreing in season three. If the producers do not interject some interesting elements in the next few episodes, there will not be a season four, and the fans of Mr. Laurie [me included], will wait to see what the lead actor does next. Read more

Review posted on Monday, October 16th 2006 at 5:00 am


Reviews: 15
House Season 4Rating: 7 likes, 3 dislikes

House season 4 is off to a good start in bringing new life into the show.

Many have been disappointed thus far that the original cast has has not been as on screen as House has this season. I have to ask the question, what about shows like ER? It's been on forever and the original cast is not the same, is it off the air yet? Just because a show brings new life to the show with new plot twists does not mean the show is going to be canceled. Read more

Review posted on Saturday, November 10th 2007 at 11:06 pm


Reviews: 4
House Episode 23 Season 5 "Under My Skin" Review b...Rating: 4 likes, 0 dislikes

House Season 5 Episode 23 "Under My Skin
Review by Connie Norberg

The beginning ballet performance captured my attention when the young ballerina lady was dropped by her co-dancer and all of a sudden could not breathe. Meanwhile, poor House finds himself in recognition with his imagination, "Amber." You could tell he wanted to be free from this chaotic embrace he shares with her so much so that he argues with "her" about being rational. It was unusual to me that House wanted to take a personal day from work; it's just not like him. His persistence to remain at home, unbothered, is not outweighed, because the young ballerina now needs a diagnosis. He humors the audience by going into work anyway, possibly to get mental help from his "rational" thoughts, "Amber." Read more

Review posted on Thursday, May 7th 2009 at 5:23 pm

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8x22: Everybody Dies recap: House wakes up and finds himself in an abandoned warehouse, lying next to a man. As House crawls over, Kutner appears and explains that he’s House’s subconscious and the man is dead. House points out that Kutner is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and Kutner warns him that the fire burning through the warehouse isn’t dead. He tells House to get moving, but House doesn’t see the point since he’s hallucinating. Kutner asks how he met the dead man... read more.

8x21: Holding On recap: Wilson gets up out of bed and goes to see House, and tells him that he won’t do chemo. When House points out that it he’ll be dead in five months without it, Wilson insists that he doesn’t want to extend his life no matter how much suffering it involves. He walks away and ignores House when he yells that he won’t let his friend die... read more.

8x20: Post Mortem recap: A Princeton physician, Dr. Penza, tries and fails to save a patient. The body is taken to the morgue where the pathologist, Dr. Peter Treiber, goes to work. He confirms that the woman had an undetected myocardial infection and Penza misdiagnosed, giving her steroids which aggravated his patient’s condition. He checks his board of all of the Princeton physicians and notes for the recording that it’s Penza’s third misdiagnosis this year. As he prepares to open up the corpse’s skull, Peter suddenly puts the scalpel to his own head. When an orderly comes in a few seconds later, Treiber is bleeding from the skull and complaining that he feels cold... read more.

8x19: The C-Word recap: Simon Lawson takes his six-year-old daughter Emily to the park. She wants to go on the carousel by herself and Simon reluctantly lets her, warning her not to tell her mother. As her father films her, Emily rides on the carousel but her nose starts bleeding. When her horse comes around, there’s no sign of Emily on it. A desperate Simon runs onto the carousel and finds Emily, unconscious, in the center... read more.

8x18: Body and Soul recap: Lue is sleeping at home in his bedroom dreaming that a demonic hag has entered his room and started choking him. His mother Lida tries to wake him up, telling him that there’s no one there, but discovers that her son isn’t breathing... read more.
Recurring Guests

Bobbin Bergstrom as ICU Nurse (129 eps)
Anne Dudek as Amber (19 eps)
Jennifer Crystal as Rachel Taub (17 eps)
Amber Tamblyn as Martha Masters (15 eps)
Liz Benoit as Nurse #2 (12 eps)
Stephanie Venditto as Brenda (11 eps)
Kal Penn as Kutner (10 eps)
Sela Ward as Stacy Warner (10 eps)
Michael Weston as Lucas Douglas (10 eps)
Peter Jacobson as Taub (9 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Medical | Mystery
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: November 16, 2004
Ended: May 21, 2012
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• Daktaras Hausas (Used In Lithuania)
• Doctor House (Used In Romania)
• Doktor House (Used In Hungary)
• Dr House (Used In Poland)
• Dr. House (Used In Brazil)
• House, M.D. (season 1), (Used In USA)
• Доктор Хаус (Used In Bulgaria)
• האוס (Used In Israel)
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