Poor Taub. He just failed a certification exam and is forced to explain the results to the team in this clip from "You Must Remember This."
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House introduces a new member of his team to everyone else in this clip from "Office Politics." Martha Masters is played by Amber Tamblyn.
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"You're telling me to do the right thing... while climbing out a window?!?" So says House to Wilson in this hilarious clip from "Unplanned Parenthood."
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A patient with a mysterious past, and a beautiful massage therapist, are at the center of this House episode. Check out the official preview here.
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House is ordered to hire a female doctor in this clip from "Unwritten." Watch their interaction in this video.
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What do House and Cuddy have in common? The former worries about that in this conversation with Wilson. It's sort of cute.
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HA! Watch how Cuddy proves to Wilson that she's dating House in this clip. It's courtesy of that show's second seventh season episode.
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House tells the team he's dating Cuddy in this clip, in the only way he knows how: "I'm seeing Cuddy... generally without any clothes on."
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Prepare for complications on the new season of House, fans. Oh, and also for hot Huddy sex, as seen at the end of this preview.
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The seventh season of House premieres on Monday, September 20. This promo makes it clear that new episodes will focus on the exciting, fresh Huddy relationship.
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"I'm seeing Cuddy... generally without any clothes on." So says House in this great, brief promo for the new season of the Fox series.
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On the House season finale, House deals with a major medical crisis, as well as a personal one. Watch the official Fox preview for "Help Me" right now.
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House Quotes

People don't get what they deserve. They just get what they get. There's nothing any of us can do about it.

House

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.

House