A crop of new and returning shows mine mental health issues for complex drama.
This week's "Not Cancer" episode marks the series return for the writer/co-executive producer.
House and Wilson will reunite - but when? A writer/producer gives the answer, sort of.
Writer David Hoselton dissects his mutated "baby."
The fourth season finale sets up the possibility for profound change.
Doctors weigh in on the accuracy of the show's science.
Even Dr. Gregory House can't be rational about religion.
Creator David Shore tries experimental surgery on a healthy show.
Why are the ratings for House proportionally so much higher in the Great White North?
Maybe House really was the initial condition that led to my life being filled with new people and experiences.
Some previously unreleased tracks make this collection a keeper.
Both shows deserve nominations, but only one gets them.
The third season finale ends not with a bang, but the realization that yes, House is a bastard.
Sometimes a little jerk goes a long way.
A head exploded, and I'm having trouble concentrating on anything else in the episode.
Does Foreman really think he can quit the family?
Wherein House trains his staff, gets trained on his role in Wilson's life, and faces some dog training.
No spoilers here. Dammit.
Who knew "wanna see a play" was code for sex?
It's "Snarks on a Plane."