House Spoilers Reveal Future of Hospital Relationships

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Put a pot of coffee on, House fans. Executive producer Katie Jacobs has A LOT to say about various relationships on the show.

When asked about pretty much every character on the series, Jacobs told the following to E! Online:

On House/Cuddy: "I can't say what it's going to be without spoiling it. But I can say that it's complicated. I can also say that I am not yet convinced that House can successfully coexist in any deep full love relationship."
On Cameron/Chase: "Yes, out of the story we're telling of the change in the hospital, we spend more time with them and more time with them together."
On Foreteen: They will stay together through the end of the season.
On Wilson: "He's kind of an easy lay as it were. He's an easy relationship guy. He wears his heart on his sleeve. He's the opposite of House. So I wouldn't put it past him to wind up in another relationship, but I wouldn't give that much credence anyway."

Judy Greer Guest Stars

Jacobs even spilled secrets on season six of the show:

"The beginning of next season might look a little bit different before we get back to our sort of usual House episode. We have to deal with the fall-out before we can get back to our regular business."

This Monday, meanwhile, Judy Greer (pictured) guest stars on the episode titled "Here Kitty." Follow this article's jump for a sneak peak at it...

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