A collection of top moments from the series.
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Featuring clips from episodes:
“Sleeping Dogs Lie” (Season 2, Episode 18):
A young woman’s health becomes a question of ethics when she is unable to sleep for ten days. It is not until House discovers she will need a liver transplant that he also uncovers some vital information about her and her partner Max.
“Paternity” (Season 1, Episode 2):
When a teen-aged lacrosse player is stricken with an unidentifiable brain disease, House and the team hustle to give his parents answers. Chase breaks the bad news, the kid has MS, but the boy’s whacked-out hallucinations disprove the diagnosis and send the team back to square one.
“Autopsy” (Season 2, Episode 2):
A nine-year-old cancer patient is brought before House after she experiences hallucinations. House figures out a way to help her, but it will involve serious risk. They discover she has a tumor on her heart, but when it turns out to be benign, the team decides a clot may be navigating her body.
“Cane And Able” (Season 3, Episode 2):
A 7-year-old boy plunges from his bedroom window after telling his parents (not for the first time) that aliens were after him. He also has unexplained bleeding and complains about a metal chip in his neck. Meanwhile, Cameron learns that Cuddy and Wilson are “trying to teach [House] some humility,” and the dour doc’s leg pain has returned.
“One Day, One Room” (Season 3, Episode 12):
House beats the drug charges and is back at the hospital after a short stint in rehab. Tired of House’s disdain for patients, Cuddy turns his clinic duty into a game, with the stakes raised to a level that speaks to House: challenge. When he encounters Eve, who is tested positive for an STD and admits she has very recently been raped, she refuses to be treated by anyone but House.
“Humpty Dumpty” (Season 2, Episode 3):
Cuddy feels responsible when her handyman falls off her roof then exhibits weird symptoms. House’s team amputates the handyman’s hand to prevent the spread of infection, but when the other hand starts showing similar signs, they must seek out the source before it kills the patient.
“Resignation” (Season 3, Episode 22):
Speculation over Foreman’s resignation continues, while a young girl named Addie is admitted after bleeding from the mouth during martial arts practice and House and Wilson are secretly concerned about each other.
“Lines In The Sand” (Season 3, Episode 4):
A 10-year-old autistic boy clutches his chest and screams in pain, but test after test proves negative. Meanwhile, House disrupts hospital routine because Cuddy won’t replace the carpeting installed in his office following the shooting. He wants the old bloody carpeting back. And Ali (Leighton Meester), the 17-year-old with a crush on House, is back in the clinic.
“Safe” (Season 2, Episode 16):
Melinda (Michelle Trachtenberg), a troubled teenager who is immuno-compromised as a result of medications she must take after a heart transplant, has a severe allergic reaction and goes into shock when her boyfriend visits her. Meanwhile, House and Wilson continue to work out the problems in their new living arrangement.
“Unfaithful” (Season 5, Episode 15):
A priest who runs a homeless shelter is admitted to the ER after seeing a bleeding Jesus hovering at his doorstep. House (Hugh Laurie) takes the case to distract the team while he confronts Foreman (Omar Epps) and Thirteen (Olivia Wilde) about their relationship.
“Holding On” (Season 8, Episode 21):
A college student (Skylar Astin) is admitted with dizziness and nosebleeds but the team soon discovers that he hears his dead brother’s voice, and they must try to decide which of his symptoms are psychological in nature. Meanwhile, House and Wilson deal with the fact that the cancer treatment failed; Wilson decides to stop further treatment and die with dignity, while House’s pranks inadvertently violate his court probation, which leaves him inevitably facing incarceration well past Wilson’s final months.
“Finding Judas” (Season 5, Episode 9):
No sooner does a 6-year-old in abdominal agony arrive at the hospital than her divorced parents begin sniping at each other. Meanwhile, Cuddy has restricted House’s access to Vicodin, and his increased pain level makes him more difficult to deal with than usual. And Tritter (David Morse) interviews Foreman, Chase and Cameron individually, taking strikingly different approaches with each of them.
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