Bad Marriage

Bad Marriage

This is awkward. Cameron confronts Chase in this scene from House, taken from the episode during which she leaves the show.
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House Promo Poster

House Promo Poster

What a great, new House poster. This is one road trip we'd love to go on.
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More Patient

More Patient

Since his stay in a mental hospital, House has made an effort to get along better with patient. It's sort of working.
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Funny Speaker

Funny Speaker

House speaking in front of a room full of strangers. This has the capacity to end very badly.
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At a Medical Conference

At a Medical Conference

House and Wilson are seen here at a medical conference, as the latter tries to talk some sense into the former. Good luck with that!
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Foreman vs. Chase

Foreman vs. Chase

Foreman and Chase are often at odds, following the latter's decision to essentially kill an African dictator on House.
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With a Patient

With a Patient

On the episode "Brave Heart," House deals with a patient that is convinced he has the same ailment that killed his relatives.
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Speak Up!

Speak Up!

What? House can't hear you. You're gonna have to SPEAK UP!
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Doctor is In

Doctor is In

No longer a crazy person, will House actually be a nice person? The man is trying.
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Cameron Picture

Cameron Picture

Allison Cameron is leaving House in November 2009. She's taking the show's moral center with her. UPDATE: She's been booked to return in the spring of 2010!
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The Old Team

The Old Team

It's like going back in time. House is back with his old team during the episode "Instant Karma."
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Chase

Chase

After killing off a patient, Chase faces the repercussions of his actions during the episode "Instant Karma."
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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