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The sixth season of House premiered on September 21, , with a two-hour premiere. season, Title, Directed by, Written by, Original air date, US viewers House asks Alvie to help him uncover incriminating information about Dr. opts for treatments suggested by people on the Internet rather than listening to the team. House tries every delaying tactic available when Wilson forces him to attend his father's funeral. Meanwhile House M.D. () Omar Epps, Peter Jacobson, Kal Penn, and Olivia Wilde in House M.D. (Add Image Release Date: 14 October Amazon Affiliates. Amazon Video Watch Movies & TV Online · Prime Video. House: Uh, I think it was after when did his girlfriend die? He wanted Birthmarks  I'm already taking responsibility for one doctor with a drug habit. .. House: I'm also extrapolating from the online portfolio you forgot to log off.
Wilson, who was going through his first divorce at the time,  broke a mirror in frustration and started a bar fight after a man repeatedly played " Leave a Tender Moment Alone " on a jukebox. House would eventually diagnose the infarction himself.
He also frequently takes Vicodina moderate to severe painkiller, to relieve his pain. When Stacy makes her first appearance in season 1, she is married to a high school guidance counselor named Mark Warner. In the season two finale " No Reason " one of House's former patients shoots him twice.
At the beginning of season three, House temporarily regains his ability to walk and run after receiving ketamine treatment for his gunshot injuries. Tritter observes House taking Vicodin for his pain and blames this for House's being rude and a bully. Tritter, believing doctors should be more responsible while practicing medicine, decides to take it upon himself to take legal action to free House of his addiction by launching an investigation into suspected drug abuse. The investigation slowly involves Cuddy, Wilson and House's diagnostics team, with Tritter using extreme measures to get information.
House, being forcibly weaned off Vicodin to take a deal where he would keep his medical license, goes to extreme lengths to manage his pain by stealing Oxycodone from a cancer patient of Wilson's who had just died, giving Tritter what he needed to bring House to trial. At the pretrial hearing, the Judge decides House is not a danger to society and that his pain management for his leg is not as serious as Tritter made it seem. This conclusion is reached when Cuddy manufactures evidence and perjures herself to keep House out of jail.
During season five, House once again regains his ability to walk without pain after taking methadone but soon stops after nearly killing a patient due to an uncharacteristic medical error. At the end of season five, House's use of Vicodin reaches a level in which House starts hallucinating about a former fellowship candidate who is also Wilson's dead girlfriend Amber Volakis and a relationship with Cuddy.
When House comes to the conclusion Vicodin is making him hallucinate and taking over his life, he checks himself into Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital. At the start of season six, after spending time in Mayfield, House stops taking pain medications and with the help of Dr. Darryl Nolan, finds other ways to deal with his pain and other aspects of his life.
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During his stay it is revealed by Dr. Nolan that House suffers from clinical depressionhas antisocial tendencies, an inflated ego and severe trust issues.
Nolan at one point even took House to a gathering in an effort to make House open up to people.
To help manage his pain House finds a short-lived hobby in cooking. Thirteen Remy HadleyCuddy, and Wilson discover House is very good at his new hobby, attributing this to House thinking of ingredients in terms of chemistry.
House eventually finds the one thing that seems to help the pain go away: After he diagnoses a patient online for his team without their knowledgeand shows Dr. Nolan how this reduces his pain, Nolan suggests House resume his practice. Near the end of season seven, House finds out the experimental drug he had been using caused fatal cancerous tumors in all of the lab rats in the experiment.
He gets a CT scan of his leg and finds three tumors close to the surface of the skin in his leg. He goes home, cleans his bathroom, and attempts to perform surgery on himself to extract the tumors in his bathtub.
There he finds his need for Vicodin is a weakness when an inmate makes House steal twenty pills of Vicodin or be killed. Throughout season eight, House's therapeutic use of Vicodin becomes more habitual, similar to his use before season five. The final season's opening episode partly explores what path an imprisoned House would take aside from practicing medicine, revealing physics as his other forte. He does this in order to avoid being sent back to prison for destroying an MRI machine in a prank gone wrong.
The series ends with House and Wilson riding off into the countryside on motorcycles, as Dr.
Robert Chase takes over House's department. House is a fascinating and daringly cantankerous enigma, the proverbial bitter pill who also happens to be a highly intuitive medical genius. He despises interacting with patients and prefers dealing with diseases — with medical mysteries that leave other doctors scratching their heads in befuddlement.
For example, occasionally taking part in operations and reacting quickly when a patient has a cardiac arrest in front of him. Critics have described the character as "moody", "bitter", "antagonistic",  " misanthropic ",  " cynical ",  " grumpy ", " maverick ",  "anarchist", "sociopath", and a " curmudgeon ". Wilson, his only friend in the show, and House both avoid mature relationships, which brings the two closer together.
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Wilson is one of the few who voluntarily maintains a relationship with House, because he is free to criticize him. Allison Cameron Jennifer Morrisonwho once had a crush on him, is aware. House speaks multiple languagesdemonstrating fluency in English, Spanish,  Russian Portuguese Hindi and Mandarin.
He is an avid gamer with a preference for handhelds owning two Sony PSPs and three Nintendo handhelds, two Game Boys and a DSis known to attend monster truck pulls with Wilson, and watch the soap operas General Hospital and the fictional Prescription Passion. Incensed by Taub's actions, House begins to dig into his life, and gets him to confess that he resigned his old position as a plastic surgeon because he was discovered having a secret affair with his nurse.
He signed a non-compete agreement with his former partners in exchange for their keeping quiet about the affair, effectively blackballing him out of his area of expertise. In the end Taub is not fired, but Dr. Terzi is let go and House's request for a date is turned down. Cuddy and House watch an early cut of the documentary, which has been edited to portray House as a compassionate, sympathetic doctor.
House is aghast and leaves the room, questioning whether he can still trust Michael Moore movies. The documentary continues, revealing that the surgery was successful, and that Kenny thanks Dr. Production[ edit ] The episode was written by Sean Whitesell, who had previously worked as co-executive producer on the series. To date, this is the only House episode Whitesell has written.
The episode became the second House episode to be directed by David Straiton, who had previously directed "Family".
Eric Foremanalso starred on ER, but two years before Michele. The show's most convincing writing has always been in the scenes when those two spar with House, and I was thrilled to see more of that". Maybe because he's not pretty like the rest of them.
He's just an everyday schlub who's a pretty decent doctor".