In the season 2 finale, House suffered multiple gunshot wounds inflicted by a former patient's husband determined to carry out retribution for House's treatment of his wife's case. In a shocking surprise to his co-workers, House comes through the ordeal with a slightly new perspective on his treatment of patients - but will it affect how he makes medical decisions? And will it last?
House is back at work after recovering from multiple gunshot wounds and takes on two cases simultaneously - one of which he pushes to the edge of medical treatment, prompting Cuddy and the team to question his motives.
House and the team fight to save a young boy who claims he's being experimented on by aliens, while Cuddy and Wilson withhold the truth from House that he really was right on his last case.
House and the team are pulled in differing ethical directions when their patient asks them to help him end his life.
House tries to decipher an autistic boy's signals in order to diagnose what is causing him to scream.
House and his team race to save a young couple but have to look beyond the bonds of marriage to discover the answer.
A 600-pound man is admitted to the hospital after he is found in his apartment in a coma. House and his team must look past their obese patient's exterior in order to diagnose his illness.
The bonds between father and son are redefined as House awakens a man who's been in a coma for 10 years to gain family history in order to try to save his son's life.
A young man forced to take on the role of father to his young siblings is faced with a choice that could potentially save his life or break up his family; and Tritter has put serious pressure on Wilson to admit he knows the truth about House's use of pain medication.
House takes a young patient's parents to court in order to get his course of treatment enforced and Tritter offers Foreman a deal to come clean about House's drug use.
Furious that Wilson has struck a deal with Tritter, House takes on the case of a young dwarf with an unexplained illness that's killing her.
House makes a last ditch effort to avoid jail time and the team takes on the case of a firefighter with a secret so guarded he's willing to risk his life to keep it from being revealed.
While on compulsory clinic duty, House encounters a rape victim who challenges him to unravel a very different kind of medical puzzle.
House is on a mission to get his handicapped parking spot back while he and the team take on the case of a teenage gypsy whose family refuses all modern medical treatments.
House diagnoses an injured young woman unable to feel pain, as he and the team search to find the source of her condition.
House encounters a brain-damaged musical prodigy with inexplicable abilities while the team faces serious concerns about House's own health.
The team examines an ex-Marine suffering from mysterious symptoms since returning home from duty while House deals with an ailment of his own.
When a pregnant celebrity photographer's unborn child endangers her health, the team must take action before it is too late to save either of them.
House and Cuddy board a flight back to the United States from Singapore, where a violent illness is spreading among passengers on the flight, putting their own lives in danger.
House's latest patient is 6-year-old Lucy, who collapsed at daycare with ailments well beyond her years.
The team takes on the case of Lupe, a young female scam artist who passes out while working a card-playing scheme on the streets. Foreman's diagnosis of this young underprivileged woman forces him to examine his own life while House attempts to investigate Wilson's love life.
House and his team go to extreme measures to diagnose a young boy so he can in turn save his dying older brother's life. With Nick's immune system completely wiped out from chemotherapy, Wilson is extremely cautious about keeping him healthy before the transplant.
Foreman hands in his resignation while the team races to diagnose a young college student who coughed up a mouthful of blood during karate class.
Obnoxious 16-year-old chess prodigy Nate is admitted to Princeton-Plainsboro suffering from intense head pain that came on after he attacked his opponent during a speed chess tournament.
A couple travels across the ocean in search of a diagnosis from House.