House treats a drug patient and is forced to examine his own life and confront his personal demons.
While the team treats a college student who suffers from nosebleeds and hears his deceased brother speaking to him, Thirteen returns to Princeton and Foreman takes a different tack with House.
With House missing, the team must treat a pathologist at the hospital who trusts no one except House. To treat him, Chase and the others must convince their patient that House is still advising them.moreless
The team must deal with a doctor who is also the mother of their patient, a 6-year-old girl with numerous preexisting conditions on top of her current illness. Meanwhile, House and Wilson decide to take a vacation.moreless
While the team treats a boy who dreams that he's being choked and can't breath for real, the doctors consider the significance of dreams. Meanwhile, Dominika and House grow closer.
While the team treats a man who cries blood, House and Dominika team up to sabotage the relationship of Emily, his favorite prostitute, so that House doesn't have to go without.
A 22-year old minor league hockey player collapses while fighting in the rink, and ends up at the hospital. Meanwhile, House surprises Wilson with some news and Chase offers to help Park with her living arrangements.moreless
An Army veteran charged with treason is brought to the hospital for treatment, but refuses to cooperate unless the military give him and his brother information about their father. Meanwhile, Adams asks Wilson and her teammates for help when she suspects that House is concealing an illnessmoreless
While House and his team treat a blind man, House's mother Blythe tells her son about her new relationship.
While the team treats a marriage counselor whose personality seems at odd with his motivational message, House and his green-card wife Dominika try to fool Immigration.
Chase forms a bond with the team's newest patient, a cloistered nun ready to take her vows. Meanwhile, House and Taub engage in a war of pranks.
When one of House's team is injured during an encounter with a violent patient, Foreman's mentor Dr. Walter Cofield reviews the incident and must sort out the truth from the embellishments.
An underage runaway's symptoms grow worse after she's brought in for treatment. When the team determines that the girl needs invasive surgery, they have to find her mother, who turns out to be a former drug addict. Meanwhile, House tries to blackmail Foreman using the hospital director's affair with a married woman, and Taub tries to connect with his infant daughters.moreless
House and his team treat an Alzheimer's patient who flies into violent rages and throws up blood. Meanwhile, Wilson copies with a patient who claims that there is no sexual relationship in her marriage.moreless
House and his team treat a teenage boy who requires a bone marrow transplant, and discover a disturbing family secret. Meanwhile, Taub tries to cope with the fact that his ex-wife wants to take their new daughter and move cross-country, and House schemes to get rid of his ankle monitor and go to a boxing match.moreless
A community leader hiding dark secrets becomes ill and confesses everything... compromising his chances of receiving proper medical treatment when he antagonizes his friends and family. Meanwhile, House becomes obsessed with convincing Taub to prove that he's the father of his two six-month-old daughters.moreless
House attempts to negotiate with a wealthy patient who is planning to relocate his labor force to China. Meanwhile, Foreman chairs Park's disciplinary hearing, while Adams assesses her own ethics when she learns of their patient's relocation plans.moreless
A year has passed since House ran Wilson's car into Cuddy's living room -- and House has spent most of it in prison. Now House only has to stay out of trouble for five days to win his parole. However, events conspire against him when a mysterious ailment strikes a fellow prisoner while a gang leader wants House to procure pills for him.moreless