Cuddy Chat

Cuddy Chat

The episode "Wilson," as you might expect, is all about Wilson. He's seen here, chatting with Cuddy.
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Wilson

Wilson

Wilson is faced with a crisis on the episode aptly titled "Wilson." He treats a former patient and friend during the hour.
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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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Hilson

Hilson

Wilson and House are hilarious together. Following his stay in a mental hospital, the latter crashes with the former.
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Wilson and Amber

Wilson and Amber

In one of the most heartbreaking scenes in House history, Wilson cradled his dead girlfriend. RIP, Amber.
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House and Wilson

House and Wilson

House and Wilson are as entertaining as any duo on television. This is true whether they're joking around during poker or diagnosing a patient.
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Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

In this scene from House, Wilson walks in to a surprise: Chase's bachelor party is underway... at his apartment.
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A Thorough Exam

A Thorough Exam

In "Under My Skin," Wilson examined his BFF. House is having a lot of trouble sleeping.
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Close Pals

Close Pals

House and Wilson investigate a case in this scene from House. These two make us laugh.
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House and Wilson Photo

House and Wilson Photo

The effects of Kutner's suicide will have far-reaching consequences. House and Wilson discuss it here.
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House Image

House Image

Kutner updates House on the condition of a patient. But House is more concerned about what's going on with Wilson.
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Unusual Friends

Unusual Friends

The episode of House titled "The Social Contract" focused on the friendship between House and Wilson. It's unusual, but they make it work.
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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