Troubled Doc

Troubled Doc

It's gonna be a long road back for Dr. Gregory House. On season six of House, he leaves a mental institution.
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Dr. Gregory House Photo

Dr. Gregory House Photo

Dr. Gregory House is funny, sarcastic... and troubled. He entered a mental hospital at the end of season five.
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Dr. House Pic

Dr. House Pic

Don't worry, fans: Gregory House may have a few mental problems, but no institution will prevent him from cracking wise at all times.
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Dr. House Photo

Dr. House Photo

As season five of House came to an end, the show's title character limped into a new home: a mental hospital.
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Gregory House Pic

Gregory House Pic

It's okay to come out, House. You may be in a mental hospital now, but you're among similarly troubled patients.
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House and Wilson

House and Wilson

House and Wilson are as entertaining as any duo on television. This is true whether they're joking around during poker or diagnosing a patient.
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Gregory House

Gregory House

Dr. House will be on the other side of the door when season six kicks off: he's now a patient at a mental hospital.
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Carl Reiner, House

Carl Reiner, House

House works in the clinic in this scene from the show's season finale. He's focusing on guest star Carl Reiner.
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House, Foreman and Taub

House, Foreman and Taub

House does not look too pleased in this scene from "Both Sides Now." The episode marks the end of the show's fifth season.
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Observation Room

Observation Room

Foreman, House and Thirteen observe as a patient undergoes a highly experimental surgery. That's pretty much the status quo each week.
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Under My Skin Photo

Under My Skin Photo

Does House look more tired than usual? He hasn't slept in days during this scene from "Under My Skin."
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Asleep!

Asleep!

House is having major sleep issues in the episode "Under My Skin." Cuddy to the rescue!
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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