House

2017
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Episode 19 (Kids)

3.0 13 x
A meningitis scare overwhelms the resources and staff of the hospital, but House singles out a 12-year-old patient whose symptoms are similar to but not quite right for the disease.
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Episode 16 (Episode 16 Heavy)

3.0 7 x
House and his team blame an adverse reaction to diet pills after an obese 10-year-old girl has a heart attack but, ultimately, they find another cause for her illness.
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Episode 15 (Mob Rules)

3.0 10 x
When a mob informant suddenly collapses before court, House and his team try to cure him or determine whether he is faking.
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Episode 14 (Control)

4.0 8 x
Billionaire entrepreneur Edward Vogler buys his way into becoming chairman of the board with plans to use the facility as a new biotech venture, which could mean the hospital no longer needs the services of Dr. House.
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Episode 13 (Cursed)

4.0 10 x
When a financial supporter of the hospital gets a divorce, his son falls ill and begins to believe he is cursed, leaving House and the team trying to treat him and deal with his demanding father.
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Episode 12 (Sports Medicine)

4.0 10 x
A severely broken arm reveals underlying problems and ends the comeback plans of a major league pitcher, whom House suspects is taking steroids.
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Episode 11 (Detox)

3.0 13 x
House agrees to stop taking painkillers for a week in exchange for a month without clinic duty, but the team thinks detox is affecting his judgment in the case of a young man's unexplained blood loss.
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Episode 10 (Histories)

4.0 11 x
Dr. Foreman believes an uncooperative homeless woman is faking seizures so she can stay in the hospital, but her worsening symptoms prove to be a complex mystery for Dr. House and his team.
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Episode 9 (DNR)

4.0 12 x
A legendary jazz musician checks into the hospital, believing he is dying of ALS, and signs a "do not resuscitate" order, which House violates to save the man's life.
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Episode 8 (Poison)

3.0 4 x
House and his team investigate the mysterious poisoning of a high-school student, and they think they have the answers they need until a second teen develops the same symptoms.
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