Chase and Grandma

Chase and Grandma

Cheers! Bottoms up! Chase gets to know Park's grandmother in this scene from House.
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Chase and a Patient

Chase and a Patient

Chase bonds here with a patient. She's played by Julie Mond.
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Chase and Taub

Chase and Taub

Welcome back to the team, Chase and Taub. You've definitely been missed.
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Matthew Lillard on House

Matthew Lillard on House

Matthew Lillard plays the Patient of the Week on the first House episode of 2011. His character collapses and is treated here by Chase and Masters.
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Refusing Treatment

Refusing Treatment

A patient refuses treatment on the episode "Small Sacrifices." That sort of thing does not sit well with House.
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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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Going Through a Differential

Going Through a Differential

What's the diagnosis? That's the question Chase tries to answer in this photo from House.
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Drinking Buddies

Drinking Buddies

They aren't best friends, but House, Chase and Foreman go out together during the episode "The Choice." They even sing some karaoke.
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House, Chase and Foreman

House, Chase and Foreman

Here's a scene we never thought would take place on House: House, Chase and Foreman take to the stage for some karaoke.
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Karaoke Trio

Karaoke Trio

Chase, Foreman and House singing karaoke?!? This unusual scene takes place during the episode of House titled "The Choice."
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Chase, in Thought

Chase, in Thought

Chase has a lot to think about during the episode "Lockdown." Cameron returns!
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Chase and Thirteen

Chase and Thirteen

Chase and Thirteen look enthralled to be listening to a speech from Cuddy, don't they? This is a scene from "5 to 9."
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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