Vroom!

Vroom!

Vroom! Vroom! House goes racing with Cuddy, Sam and Wilson on the episode "Selfish.'
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Couples on a Date

Couples on a Date

It's a car-based double date on the House episode "Unwritten." Cuddy and House go out with Sam and Wilson.
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Author Patient

Author Patient

A children's author is this patient of the week. She deals with House in this episode still.
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Patient Advising

Patient Advising

Foreman and Taub advise a couple on the condition of their daughter in this scene. It's courtesy of the episode "Selfish."
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Test Results Sign

Test Results Sign

As we all know, House isn't exactly a conventional doctor. He's seen here in the episode "Selfish."
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Dating and Working Together

Dating and Working Together

House and Cuddy are now dating. What will this mean for this professional interaction our favorite Fox series?
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Going Through a Differential

Going Through a Differential

What's the diagnosis? That's the question Chase tries to answer in this photo from House.
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Thirteen at Work

Thirteen at Work

Thirteen won't be seen a lot during the first part of season seven. But she plays a role on the 9/20/10 premiere.
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Season 7 Premiere Pic

Season 7 Premiere Pic

The team debates who will treat a patient during this scene from House. It's courtesy of the seventh season premiere.
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Checking on House

Checking on House

Don't worry, Wilson. House is just fine. He's in love, that's all!
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Happy Huddy

Happy Huddy

House and Cuddy will really give it a shot on season seven. This is a scene from the 9/20/10 premiere.
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House Season Seven Poster

House Season Seven Poster

House and Cuddy will be seriously dating on season seven of House. This promotional poster plays up that storyline.
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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