Return of House

Return of House

House is back! And he's got a difficult patient, played by James Earl Jones, to focus on.
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Return of the Doc

Return of the Doc

House is back with his team on the episode "The Tyrant." As usual, he has a tough case in front of him.
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Back at Work

Back at Work

House is back in Cuddy's office a week into season six of the Fox hit. Going back to work won't be easy for him.
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House Picture

House Picture

A week after House's movie-like season six premiere, our favorite troubled doctor is trying to go back to normal.
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Back to Normal

Back to Normal

Is House really back to normal? On the second episode of the show's sixth season, he's out of the mental asylum.
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Hilson

Hilson

Wilson and House are hilarious together. Following his stay in a mental hospital, the latter crashes with the former.
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Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Call us crazy, but we doubt House will open up a lot in group therapy. This is a shot from the sixth season premiere.
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In the Asylum

In the Asylum

These accommodations don't seem as comfortable as House's apartment. Guess he should have thought about that before going nutty.
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Doctors Clash

Doctors Clash

You won't believe this, but House doesn't get along well with the doctor in charge of his mental asylum. He's played by Andre Braugher.
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House and Roommate

House and Roommate

House gets a roommate in the mental asylum. He's played by Broadway's Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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House and Guest Star

House and Guest Star

Andre Braugher guest stars on the season six premiere of House. He's in charge of the mental hospital.
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One Troubled Doc

One Troubled Doc

House contemplates life outside his mental asylum. This is a shot from the season six premiere.
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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

I was going to send Chase to tell you what the obvious right thing to do is here is, but then I realized that if you were too stupid to know how stupid that was, you might miss the irony.

Dr. Wilson