Cynthia Watros on House
Watch House Season 6 Episode 17
"Knight Fall"
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The main development on this week's episode? Wilson starts to date his ex-wife.

Return of Cameron
Watch House Season 6 Episode 16
"Lockdown"
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Cameron returns to Princeton Plainsboro on this episode. It also guest stars David Strathairn.

Funny Rommates
Watch House Season 6 Episode 15
"Black Hole"
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This episode of House is titled "Black Hole." During the hour, Wilson redecorates the condo he shares with House.

Laura Prepon on House
Watch House Season 6 Episode 14
"Private Lives"
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This episode is titled "Private Lives." Former sitcom star Laura Prepon guest stars on it.

Cuddy
Watch House Season 6 Episode 13
"5 to 9"
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This episode is all about Cuddy. We see life from this professional woman's point of view.

NFL Hopeful
Watch House Season 6 Episode 12
"Moving the Chains"
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An aspiring NFL player is the patient of the week on this episode. It's titled "Moving the Chains."

House Lunch Date
Watch House Season 6 Episode 11
"Remorse"
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House tracks down a former colleague on this episode. It's titled "Remorse."

House Guest Star Photo
Watch House Season 6 Episode 10
"The Down Low"
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House is back with a new episode. "The Down Low" is the first installment of 2010.

Wilson
Watch House Season 6 Episode 9
"Wilson"
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Wilson treats an old, sick friend this week. He considers taking drastic help to assist him.

Cuddy, on the Defensive
Watch House Season 6 Episode 9
"Ignorance is Bliss"
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Cameron is gone from House. Those repercussions are felt on this week's new episode.

House Quotes

Do you know what bisexual means? It doesn't mean you have sex with two people at once.

Thirteen

You know another really good business? Teeny tiny baby coffins. You can get them in frog green or fire engine red. Really. The antibodies in yummy mummy only protect the kid for six months, which is why these companies think they can gouge you. They think that you'll spend whatever they ask to keep your kid alive. Want to change things? Prove them wrong. A few hundred parents like you decide they'd rather let their kid die than cough up forty bucks for a vaccination, believe me, prices will drop really fast.

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