House Reviews

Cuddy's mom threatens to sue the hospital, but really just wants her daughter and House to get back together. Foreman and Chase work hard to prove that they can change, but are ultimately unsuccessful.
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Masters faced a moral dilemma involving a young patient. After House encouraged her to break the rules to save the patient's life, Masters realized that she did not belong on House's team.
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This week on House, Dr. House picked Thirteen up from prison. During their bonding trip to a spud gun competition, House figured out that Thirteen's prison stint was for euthanizing her brother who suffered from Huntington's disease.
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House certainly mixed up its typical format this week. But the results were also mixed, as we delve into in this review of "Bombshells."
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House came to a life-changing decision at the conclusion of this episode. But was it really earned? We debate that question in our review of "Recession Proof."
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What a terribly constructed episode of House viewers were forced to suffer through this week. Did the writers come up with it an hour prior to air time?
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It was House 101 this week: an unusual case, a last-second diagnosis, a couple of side plots that provided humor and distraction. Nothing too special about "You Must Remember This."
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Chase dealt with a fake photo of his penis on House this week, while the team dealt with the pressing case of a drill instructor and a secret he was keeping from one of his teenage charges.
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Candice Bergen made an appearance as Cuddy's mother this week, while Taub came to a realization about his marriage. The first House episode of 2011 was solid, but nothing special.
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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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