Olivia Wilde: Returning to House!

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Beauty aside, Thirteen isn't the most popular character on House.

But Olivia Wilde brings this doctor back to the Fox hit tonight, as the actress spoke to TV Guide about the circumstances surrounding her return, as well as her future with Foreman...

On the return of Taub and Thirteen: What you have to remember is House wasn't the one who fired Taub and Thirteen. Taub quit and Thirteen was fired by her own boyfriend. So, it's up to him to find a way to bring them back, but it's not going to be as easy as he thought. This next episode reveals just what it is for the doctors that is so addictive to being on the team.

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On the future of Foreteen: I think it's going to be bumpy for a little while. It would be dishonest for us to come back from breaking up with each other and having a smooth ride. They're both very good at bottling things up, so it's not the most communicative relationship. Things often come out in bursts, and I think we see that because they work in a high stress environment. You learn more about their relationship through their diagnostic process than through their actual straight talk.

As always, we'll recap and review this episode soon after it ends, replete with House quotes and photos from the hour.

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