And then there's Taub (Peter Jacobson). In "We Need the Eggs" he meets a cute girl named Wendy (Alexis Raben) in the grocery store. But he can't stop himself from lying to her. And just when he brings himself to confess one lie, he tells another. Now, viewers are not shown how things turn out between them, but it seems like she should run as fast as she can. Hopefully, her character's credited last name on imdb of Jacobson, the same one that actor playing Taub has, is not a signal she is staying. Because Taub is not at all ready for a real relationship.
Foreman (Omar Epps) has been absent these past couple of weeks, and it's hard to know what's going on in his life. Though he seems to be doing well in his new position, his romantic side has not been addressed recently. Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) gets to tackle family intimacy last week, albeit as part of one of House's manipulations, and it doesn't go well, so he's probably done in this arena as well.
So, short answer, no, not everyone will end up with the romantic partner they desire. But some might. And, since love is not the main theme of House, this issue is likely to not be the sole focus of the characters' endings. Better to get a huge chunk of it out of the way in "We Need the Eggs" and move on from there.
Watch the final episodes of House Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on FOX.