House aired another episode about lies and religion this week. It also gave us a glimpse into Taub's home life, as well as a few choice moments and quotes.
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House Review: It Might Be Smallpox!
A possible case of smallpox made for an exciting episode of House this week. Our critic was once again dissatisfied with an ending that focused on House and Cuddy, however.
House Review: Meeting Martha M. Masters
Amber Tamblyn made a great impression on House viewers this week. But the same can't be said for the conclusion of "Office Politics," as reviewed here.
House Review: "Unplanned Parenthood"
House and Wilson spent this week's episode scrambling, trying to keep a secret from Cuddy concerning her daughter. Elsewhere, Taub was placed in charge of hiring a woman for the team.
House Review: Sad and Happy Endings
Both House and Cuddy proved they were hesitant to get too serious this week, though Massage Therapy ended on a happy note for the couple. Read our full review of it now.
House Review: "Unwritten"
House tried to find something in common with Cuddy this week, while also trying to find out what was wrong with his favorite author, who served as his team's patient. Sold stuff all around.
House Review: Up Top!
We got to witness the interactions between a newly-dating House and Cuddy and their co-workers this week. The result was a solid, emotional, funny episode.
House Season Premiere Review: All Huddy, All the Time
The season premiere of House gave all Huddy, all the time. The show's title character and his long-time love never even left House's apartment, determined to figure out their relationship. And have a lot of sex.
House Review: Holy Huddy!
Huddy fans got all they ever wanted on the season finale of House. It was an emotionally tense, raw hour that showcased Hugh Laurie at his best.
House Review: "Baggage"
House opened up to Dr. Nolan on this episode, ending the hour with a depressing realization. Read our review of "Baggage" and see if you agree with our take on it.
House Review: "The Choice"
While Wilson took pity on House this week, a patient tried to keep a major secret from his fiancee. Read on for a detailed review of "The Choice."
House Review: An Open Marriage vs. A Unicorn
One relationship could be nearing its end on House, while another seems stronger than ever. In this review, we go over the developments from "Open and Shut."