A House Exam

A House Exam

This patient lost his voice during his wedding ceremony. In this scene, House looks into the problem.
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Adam Garcia on House

Adam Garcia on House

Adam Garcia guest stars on the 5/3/10 episode of House. He plays the show's patient of the week.
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Taub and Thirteen Scene

Taub and Thirteen Scene

Taub and Thirteen talk with a patient that lost his voice during his wedding ceremony during this scene from House. It's from the episode "The Choice."
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Karaoke Trio

Karaoke Trio

Chase, Foreman and House singing karaoke?!? This unusual scene takes place during the episode of House titled "The Choice."
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Patient Exam

Patient Exam

In this episode still, House examines a patient (played by Sarah Wayne Callies) that has seemingly routine symptoms, yet leads an unorthodox lifestyle.
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House Photograph

House Photograph

House feels like a stranger in his own kitchen here. He's aghast at the relationship between Wilson and Sam.
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Kitchen Threesome

Kitchen Threesome

This is an awkward threesome. House stands around and joins Wilson and Sam for a discussion.
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Wilson and Sam

Wilson and Sam

Wilson and Sam discuss their relationship in this photo from the House episode "Open and Shut."
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Barf Worthy

Barf Worthy

Isn't this photo of Wilson and Sam adorable? No, not if you ask House.
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Sarah Wayne Callies on House

Sarah Wayne Callies on House

Sarah Wayne Callies guest stars on House on the 4/26/10 episode. It's titled "Open and Shut."
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House Differential

House Differential

This is a typical House scene. Our favorite doctor explains what's wrong to his team.
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Scene from Knight Fall

Scene from Knight Fall

There's a good reason why House has a sword in this scene: a patient collapsed at a Renaissance fair.
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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