An Important Patient

An Important Patient

Cuddy's mother is the patient on this episode of House. Things get very intense as a result.
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Sasha Roiz on House

Sasha Roiz on House

Sasha Roiz guest stars on this episode of House. He portrays the show's patient of the week.
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With Flowers

With Flowers

House accepts flowers not meant for him in this scene. They are intended for Chase.
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A Look at House

A Look at House

House sets out to help Cuddy's daughter on the episode "Carrot or Stick." This is a scene from it.
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One, Big, Awkward Family

One, Big, Awkward Family

you're looking at a very awkward dinner scene. It features Cuddy, House, Wilson and Cuddy's mother.
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Hi, Cuddy's Mom!

Hi, Cuddy's Mom!

House gets a surprise visit from a clinic patient on "Larger Than Life.' It's Cuddy's mom!
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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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House in the Hospital

House in the Hospital

House looks nice and chipper in this photo. But his expression changes when he meets Cuddy's mom.
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Dance with Him!

Dance with Him!

House does not have two good legs. But the guy can still cut up the proverbial rug on the dance floor.
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Hospital Interaction

Hospital Interaction

House and Cuddy interact in this scene. It's courtesy of the episode "Massage Therapy."
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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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Masters and a Patient

Masters and a Patient

Amber Tamblyn has been a great addition to House. Her character is seen here with a patient who refuses treatment.
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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