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Season Info

An antisocial maverick doctor who specializes in diagnostic medicine does whatever it takes to solve puzzling cases that come his way using his crack team of doctors and his wits.

Genre: Drama

Network: FOX




Air date: Oct 3, 2011

Twenty Vicodin

House attempts to solve a medical mystery behind bars.

Air date: Oct 10, 2011


House returns to familiar territory.

Air date: Oct 17, 2011

Charity Case

A patient's altruistic behavior may be a symptom of a medical disorder.

Air date: Oct 31, 2011

Risky Business

A business decision calls loyalty into question.

Air date: Nov 7, 2011

The Confession

A shocking confession compromises a patient's life.

Air date: Nov 14, 2011


Parenting decisions leave a lasting impact.

Air date: Nov 21, 2011

Dead & Buried

A 14-year-old patient is suffering from more than teen angst.

Air date: Nov 28, 2011

Perils of Paranoia

A patient's paranoia has an adverse medical effect.

Air date: Jan 23, 2012

Better Half

A man suffering from early-onset familial Alzheimer?s disease (Ivo Nandi) begins vomiting, and is admitted to the hospital. He soon develops aggression and language loss, but the team find it difficult to distinguish his new symptoms from his Alzheimer's. Meanwhile, House and Wilson bet on what is causing a woman's apparent asexuality.

Air date: Jan 30, 2012


The team takes the case of a homeless teenage girl (Bridgit Mendler) who begins bleeding from her ear during an exam. She is thriving without parental influence, but Adams debates calling Social Services anyway. However, when her estranged mother shows up, the girl loses her right to consent to treatment. Meanwhile, Taub tries to connect with his daughters, and House tries to blackmail Foreman on his relationship with a married woman.

Air date: Feb 6, 2012

Nobody's Fault

House and his team face a disciplinary hearing with Dr. Cofield (Jeffrey Wright) after a chemistry teacher (David Anders), admitted to the hospital with paralysis, becomes violent and seriously injures a member of House's team. With a colleague's life in the balance, Cofield must weigh House's reckless methods with his successful results.

Air date: Feb 13, 2012


Chase's near-death experience has him questioning if he should return to House's team. Meanwhile, he takes the case of a clinic patient (Julie Mond), a nun on the verge of making her vows, when she begins vomiting and exhibiting neurological symptoms. During the course of her treatment, he develops feelings for her which compromise his objectivity.

Air date: Feb 20, 2012

Man of the House

A marriage counselor (Jake Weber) collapses during a speaking engagement, when it is discovered that, in addition to vision and liver problems, his low testosterone levels are affecting his marriage and career for the better. Meanwhile, House's wife returns to prepare House for their meeting with Homeland Security for her green card, as the team vies for a position as House's second-in-command.

Air date: Feb 27, 2012

Love is Blind

An independent blind man (Michael B. Jordan) is admitted to the hospital after suffering auditory hallucinations, and soon begins coughing up blood. However, his treatment could leave him more disabled than before. Meanwhile, House?s mother (Diane Baker) surprises him at Princeton Plainsboro to tell him about a new relationship (Billy Connolly).

Air date: Apr 2, 2012

Blowing the Whstle

A soldier (Arlen Escarpeta) returning from overseas, accused of treason after releasing a video showing soldiers killing civilians, collapses and is taken to Princeton-Plainsboro. He soon refuses treatment until he has the opportunity to explain his decision to the masses. Meanwhile, Adams and the team believe House is seriously ill.

Air date: Apr 9, 2012

Gut Check

House and the team take the case of a minor league hockey player (Greg Finley) who began coughing up blood after a fight on the ice. Meanwhile, House reveals to Wilson that he may have an 11 year old son, and Park moves in with Chase after a fight with her mother.

Air date: Apr 16, 2012

We Need the Eggs

A man (Kevin Christy) is admitted to the hospital when he begins crying blood, but the team suspects a neurological component when they meet his "girlfriend"?a very lifelike sex doll with whom he's fallen in love. Meanwhile, House confronts his insecurities when his hooker/companion decides to leave him.

Air date: Apr 23, 2012

Body & Soul

A boy (Riley Lennon Nice) is admitted to the hospital after nightmares about being choked lead to breathing problems. His mother tries to balance the medical diagnoses of the team with the boy's grandfather's belief that he is possessed. Meanwhile, Chase and Park debate the meaning of their sex dreams, Dominika discovers House's deception, and Wilson tells House that he has Cancer (Stage 2 Thymoma).

Air date: Apr 30, 2012

The C-Word

A six-year-old girl (Rachel Eggleston) with a rare genetic disorder is admitted to the hospital after suffering a nosebleed and losing consciousness. Foreman has the team consult with her mother (Jessica Collins) who is also an expert in her daughter's condition. Meanwhile, Wilson decides on a radical and potentially fatal course of treatment for his cancer, which House agrees to administer himself.

Air date: May 7, 2012

Post Mortem

When the hospital's coroner (Jamie Elman) begins slicing his own scalp open, he is admitted but will only accept medical care personally decided on by House. However, House is unreachable as he and Wilson embark on a journey for Wilson to forget his upcoming scan and let loose. Meanwhile, a conversation with the patient leads Chase to re-evaluate his career.

Air date: May 14, 2012

Holding On

A college cheerleader (Skylar Astin) is admitted with dizziness and nosebleeds but the team soon discovers that he hears his dead brother's voice, and they must try to decide which of his symptoms are psychological in nature. Meanwhile, House and Wilson deal with the fact that the cancer treatment failed; Wilson decides to stop further treatment and die with dignity, while House's pranks threaten the time they have left together.

Air date: May 21, 2012

Everybody Dies

After failing to get out of his upcoming jail time, House disappears. He awakens in a burning building after shooting heroin with his former patient With his life crumbling around him, House hallucinates people from his past as he decides whether his life is worth living anymore.

Air date: May 21, 2012

Swan Song ( Bonus)

The Series Finale event kicked off with a one-hour retrospective special that looked back at this groundbreaking, seminal series and featured interviews with the series' stars and producers, special original content and other surprises.

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"Everybody Dies" was as close to a perfect House finale as I could possible imagine, a fabulous hour of television that cut straight to the heart of what House has always been about.

September 26, 2013 Full Review Source: We Got This Covered
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Credit Laurie for making such an unlikable character likable, if not completely adorable.

October 3, 2011 Full Review Source: San Francisco Chronicle
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