Checking on Martha

Checking on Martha

Are you on board with the addition of Martha Masters? She seems like the ideal foil for House.
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Suited Up

Suited Up

As seen here, House puts his own life in danger in order to treat a patient. What a guy!
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Amber Tamblyn on House

Amber Tamblyn on House

House is taken with a medical school student on the episode "Office Politics." She's played by Amber Tamblyn.
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Playing Parents

Playing Parents

Best of luck, fellas! House and Wilson look after Cuddy's daughter on the episode "Unplanned Pregnancy."
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Treating the Patient

Treating the Patient

House and the team treat a woman with a mysterious past on the episode "Massage Therapy." Think they'll save her?!?
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Rachel and House

Rachel and House

House spends time with Cuddy and her daughter, Rachel, in the episode "Massage Therapy." They appear to be getting along just fine in this scene.
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Vroom!

Vroom!

Vroom! Vroom! House goes racing with Cuddy, Sam and Wilson on the episode "Selfish.'
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Couples on a Date

Couples on a Date

It's a car-based double date on the House episode "Unwritten." Cuddy and House go out with Sam and Wilson.
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Test Results Sign

Test Results Sign

As we all know, House isn't exactly a conventional doctor. He's seen here in the episode "Selfish."
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Dating and Working Together

Dating and Working Together

House and Cuddy are now dating. What will this mean for this professional interaction our favorite Fox series?
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Checking on House

Checking on House

Don't worry, Wilson. House is just fine. He's in love, that's all!
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Hot Huddy Action

Hot Huddy Action

There's no mistaking the action in this image, courtesy of season seven of House: our favorite doctor and our favorite hospital administrator and totally getting to first base!
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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