Huddy Pic

Huddy Pic

Are you on board with Huddy? These two have gone back and forth with dating, flirting and fighting for seasons now.
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Lisa Cuddy Picture

Lisa Cuddy Picture

Lisa Cuddy doesn't always get that much air time. But she's the featured player on the episode "5 to 9."
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Barely Listening

Barely Listening

Wilson and House are seen here during the episode "5 to 9." They look thrilled to be listening to Cuddy give a speech, don't they?
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Chase and Thirteen

Chase and Thirteen

Chase and Thirteen look enthralled to be listening to a speech from Cuddy, don't they? This is a scene from "5 to 9."
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Cuddy vs. House

Cuddy vs. House

The episode "5 to 9" is all about Cuddy. As you might expect, she has a few things to say to House during this installment.
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Cuddy

Cuddy

Cuddy addresses the hospital staff in this photo. It's taken from the episode "5 to 9."
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Prospect as a Patient

Prospect as a Patient

In this scene from "Moving the Chains," House attends to a patient. He's a NFL prospect.
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Foreman, House, Foreman's Brother

Foreman, House, Foreman's Brother

This might get awkward. House tries to make peace between Foreman and his brother.
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House Guest Star Picture

House Guest Star Picture

Say hello to Orlando Jones. He plays Foreman's brother on the episode "Moving the Chains."
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In the Office

In the Office

House is seen here in his office. The man does like his alone time.
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Moving the Chains Scene

Moving the Chains Scene

Orlando Jones guest stars on the 2/1/10 episode of House. He plays Foreman's brother. This scene is courtesy of the episode "Moving the Chains."
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NFL Hopeful

NFL Hopeful

House examines the patient of the week in this shot from "Moving the Chains." He wants to play in the NFL.
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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