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Conviction by Counterfactual Clue: Occurs in-universe in "Tyrant", when House incorrectly assumes Wilson's Canadian neighbor is lying when he claims to have fought in Vietnam, not realizing Canada deployed troops to Vietnam in to help enforce the Paris Peace Accords. There were also Canadians who contrived to enter the US military and served in Vietnam.
House has a stronger record of showing seizures besides the omnipresent convulsive ones than a lot of other media, although the good ol' convulsions pop up as well. Bought slightly crashed with money borrowed from Wilson. Comes with holster for his cane, and a sweet leather jacket. Maybe subtle to the point of missing, but when Chase goes through a phase of telling Cameron he 'likes her' every Tuesday, she finds it tiresome and at one point responds with 'see you next Tuesday'.
When Wilson drugs House to bring him to his father's funeral, he successively counters House's threats of pissing in the car by handing him an empty bottle, then showing the used floor mats when House throws out the bottle. Later, when House throws his keys down a drain, he gets out a flashlight.
When House drops that too, he gets another one from the trunk. In "Saviors", after everything seems wrapped up, complete with music from Hugh Laurie, House hallucinates Amber telling him that he's not losing his mind.
In "Both Sides Now", House realizes that Cuddy helping him detox and then sleeping with him was another hallucination In "Help Me", House convinces a woman trapped under rubble to let her leg be amputated after previously supporting her decision to wait for the rubble to be moved.
She suffers a fat embolism from the amputation, and guilt from her death nearly causes House to relapse. In "Fall from Grace", it turns out that the patient which the team has saved is a cannibal and a Serial Killer. He fled the hospital before the FBI agents who just arrived could catch him. The episodes leading up to and including the Season 5 finale.
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House also enters a literal one in Season 6's opener, "Broken". Although the editor is a frustrated physician, he does say that House is better than most other medical shows.
Dark and Troubled Past: Seems to be a requirement for coming within feet of Dr. House, his patients included. House was physically abused by his father, sometimes having to sleep outside in the rain. Later on in his life, a clot developed in his leg. They suggested he chop it off, but he didn't agree, so he now lives with chronic pain. Thirteen lived with a mother who was dealing with Huntington's chorea and, for a while, she was madly embarrassed by it, seeing as her mother would sometimes lash out due to the disease when she had friends over.
Thirteen's mom died when she was around twelve and she didn't go to the hospital with her. It's revealed in the Season 4 finale that Thirteen has developed Huntington's chorea and has around twelve years to live. Later on in the show, she euthanizes her brother and is caught because she promised him that, once his Huntington's was too advanced, she'd kill him so he wouldn't have to live through the worst of it.
Cameron married a man who was terminally ill. Though she knew this, she went through with it because she truly loved him.
Of course, he ended up dead. Chase's father left his family because he couldn't handle his wife's alcoholism. Chase, then 15, had to take care of both his mother and little sister because his mother couldn't. House has a brief one in Season 1. A Day in the Limelight: The episode "Wilson" focuses on And Season 7's "Last Temptation" is this for Martha Masters before she intentionally causes a year old girl to go into cardiac arrest all so she could then chop off her arm, then she resigns, before falling over a chicken.
Chase gets his own episode in "Chase"in which he recovers from leg injuries from the previous episode and hooks up with a nun he treated in the clinic.
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The morning after, he saves her life after she suffers a carotid artery dissection. The entire cast to varying degrees, but especially House. When House starts having hallucinations of Amber Volakis and Kutner. One patient in the episode "Guardian Angel" hallucinated that she was talking to her deceased mother, which House recommended her to do because he thought that it would help discover her illness, which didn't.
A variation in "Brave Heart": He knows she isn't there, but it helps him cope. He encourages House to try it with his late father. Needless to say, House finds it idiotic. In "The C-Word", Wilson hallucinates one of his former patients, an 8-year-old who succumbed to thyroid cancer.
The kid asks why he died if he did nothing wrong. House has conversations with hallucinations of Amber and Kutner in the series finale. One of the most common causes of rare, horrific and hard-to-diagnose illnesses, according to the show.
It gets even more so if you include pregnancy as a cause. Death in the Clouds: A twisted version - House needs to find out if a man vomiting with sores and severe headaches is suffering from meningitis, or something else. If it's the former, they're all dead. The cold opening to "Not Cancer" shows half a dozen completely unrelated people dropping dead. Turns out they all received organs from the same person, and the Patient of the Week is the last survivor.
House occasionally has to do diagnoses on suicidal patients, some of whom aren't gonna let being in a hospital try to stop them from ending their life.
Season 3's "Informed Consent" has as POTW an old and renowned fellow doctor who resents his failing health and simply wants to die. At one point, House tricks him and most of his team into thinking he's actually euthanised him, when he only put him in coma.
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At the end, the patient gets his wish, as his disease is incurable. He dies the next day after the answer is found, and it's heavily implied that Cameron euthanised him off-screen. In "Painless", a patient who suffers from chronic and unceasing pain attempts to kill himself by running a car in a closed garage.
While in House's care, he tries to kill himself again by blowing air into his blood through his IV, then once more by drinking rubbing alcohol while his son distracts the staff. In "Unwritten", a novelist tries to shoot herself, but suffers a seizure that causes her to only graze her skin.
While at Princeton-Plainsboro, she hides the fact that she has screws in her leg before going into an MRI, resulting in severe burns. She reveals to him that even though she was moving on with her life she can't stop thinking about him. She broke off her engagement to Lucas and tells House that she loves him and they kiss.
He asks her if he is hallucinating this and she asks if he took the Vicodin.
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He says no and drops the pills on the floor. They smile and kiss again. Cuddy's relationship with House progressed throughout most of Season 7. In Episode 15, "Bombshells", Cuddy discovers blood in her urine. After several tests, Wilson finds a mass in Cuddy's kidney and schedules a biopsy to take place later in the episode.
Further "imaging shows enhancing masses across multiple lobes of Cuddy's lungs",  of which Foreman points out "That's what kidney cancer looks like when it metastasizes". Cuddy realizes at the end of the episode that the only reason House was able to overcome his selfishness was because he had taken Vicodin before visiting her in the hospital.
It is here that Cuddy breaks off the relationship with House after confronting him regarding her suspicion of his relapse.
In the Season 7 finale, an angry House rams his car into her house. She resigns as Dean of Medicine after this event with Eric Foreman eventually replacing her. Characterization[ edit ] Cuddy was created by executive producer Bryan Singerwho had enjoyed Lisa Edelstein 's portrayal of a high-priced call girl putting herself through law school on The West Wingand sent her a copy of the pilot script.
I want to be a hot hospital administrator. So I think she's excited by what he does and how he does it and deeply frustrated by him at the same time. You know, she can stand up to House, give it right back to him. She can be tender, she can be hurt, she can be strong I think she's probably [the favorite character for] a lot of people I've talked to.
It's a powerful role. During the early fourth season of House, Cuddy received reduced screen time as the show focused on House's new fellows. Edelstein revealed that the show would return to its regular format after the season's ninth episode.
However, production was halted by the — Writers Guild of America strikewhich delayed the remainder of the season. So I'm out there picketing. So they planted that seed in the character's story so it would be possible for me as a woman to experience that. The tension and chemistry are still there. Neither one of them is actively fessing-up to looking for a relationship, but they are drawn to each other.
None of the flirtatiousness is going to go away. The stakes are very high for them. The attraction is still there. We are absolutely going to continue that. It's real and it's palpable. And it's who they are. Although they are cordial they tend to hide things from each other. As Cuddy had misgivings about House meeting her mother for a long time and how her mother hid an affair she was having for the past five years.
But they are close; they have gone through a lot together. Might there be a moment of weakness in which the two might explore their chemistry?
She wouldn't forgive him over and over again if he wasn't so brilliant in her eyes, clearly she's got a soft spot for him. And he has one for her. You will continue to see that.