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Dr. House

Season 6, episodes 1–22

  • 111. One flew into the cuckoo's nest (1) (Broken (Part 1))

    Season 6, Episode 1 (45 min.)

    To get back on his feet, House wants to fight his pill addiction with professional help. He checks into the Mayfield Clinic, believing that after successful withdrawal he will be a free man. But the director of the facility, Nolan, does not want House to let go of the patient until he has undergone extensive therapy. Nolan believes that House's delusional states don't stem from his vicodin abuse. He suspects a deeper, mental disorder behind it.

    Dr. Gregory House, a doctor at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, is not exactly empathetic with patients and would love not to speak to them if he could get away with it. After successfully removing large parts of necrotized tissue from his right thigh, he himself suffers from constant pain and is dependent on his walking stick, which underlines his bitter, relentless demeanor. Rough in dealing with his patients and colleagues, however, he always succeeds in making quick and accurate diagnoses after apparently paying no attention to his patients. Although his behavior often borders on the unsocial, House is an outstanding, albeit solitary, medical professional whose unconventional way of thinking and impeccable instincts have earned him great respect. In addition to being a specialist in infectious diseases and nephrology, he is also an excellent diagnostician who loves challenges of the medical nature. Together with his team, he faces these often unsolvable tasks in order to save human lives. (Text: TV24)

  • 112. One flew into the cuckoo's nest (2) (Broken (Part 2))

    Season 6, Episode 2 (45 min.)

    House, who was to blame for the Freedom Master's accident, is plagued by a guilty conscience. Purified, he is ready to take his medication and attend the individual sessions with Dr. Nolan to attend. Over time, Lydia and Dr. House a liaison. But after the two have slept together, House makes it clear, to Lydia's great disappointment, that he does not want a permanent bond. Nevertheless, she continues to visit her sister-in-law Annie, who still does not want to talk. She is constantly staring at a pane of glass behind which a small blue music box can be seen. Freedom Master mentioned them before his accident and now House can't be stopped from giving them to him without knowing the consequences.

    Dr. Gregory House, a doctor at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, is not exactly empathetic with patients and would love not to speak to them if he could get away with it. After successfully removing large parts of necrotized tissue from his right thigh, he himself suffers from constant pain and is dependent on his walking stick, which underlines his bitter, relentless demeanor. Rough in dealing with his patients and colleagues, however, he repeatedly succeeds in making quick and accurate diagnoses after apparently paying no attention to his patients. Although his behavior often borders on the unsocial, House is an outstanding, albeit solitary medicin whose unconventional way of thinking and impeccable instincts have earned him great respect. In addition to being a specialist in infectious diseases and nephrology, he is also an excellent diagnostician who loves challenges of the medical nature. Together with his team, he faces these often unsolvable tasks in order to save human lives. (Text: TV24)

  • 113. Step by Step (Epic Fail)

    Season 6, Episode 3 (40 min.)

    After House is released, his first path leads him to see Cuddy. Since Nolan advised him to change his life, he quits, to the horror of Cuddy, Wilson and the entire team. Only Foreman is happy, he thinks he can finally take over House's job. However, Cuddy is not yet sure if she wants to put Foreman in charge of the department. House is discovering completely new areas for himself, not only because he has moved in with Wilson, he has recently started attending cooking classes and surprises his friend with meals that he has prepared himself. But he doesn't enjoy that for very long either. On the contrary, the addiction is slowly making itself felt again. But House fights them and asks Dr. Nolan for a conversation. Surprisingly, Nolan advises him to get back to work. The headstrong Doc is still hesitating. (Text: RTL)

  • 114.The Tyrant

    Season 6, Episode 4 (55 min.)

    House decided to go back to diagnostics, but In the meantime Foreman has taken over the department, who doesn't like House's return at all. With the arrival of a new patient, Foreman soon has a much more serious problem: The man is the African dictator Dibala, who is known for ruthlessly exterminating the Sitibi tribe. Cameron, who has heard of the torments of the Sitibi, initially refuses to deal with the president at all, and Chase, who also knows about the atrocities, is ambivalent in his attitude towards this dictator. With the team still unsure of what is missing from Dibala, there is a disagreement over the diagnosis. Foreman thinks it's blastomycosis, House thinks scleroderma. Since Cameron and Chase also share House's opinion, Foreman becomes insecure and treated for scleroderma, especially as Cameron and Chase's test results suggest it. A decision with grave consequences because the treatment kills the president. Foreman feels responsible for the death of the man, but a little later he makes a monstrous discovery: the laboratory results were manipulated ... (Text: RTL)

  • 115. One time karma, please! (Instant Karma)

    Season 6, Episode 5 (50 min.)

    The multimillionaire Roy Randall fights for the life of his son, who suffers from a mysterious illness. His last hope is in House. That is why he brings his seriously ill son to him. But House is still missing something very crucial: his approval, without which he is not allowed to practice. Cuddy orders Foreman to head the department first, but House pulls the strings behind the scenes. After a number of tests, the team discovered that the boy suffered from Degos syndrome, an incurable disease that leads to death in a very short time. When House brought the terrible news to Roy Randall, Randall refused to admit it. He thinks it's nothing more than bad karma. For this reason he decided to take a radical step: he sold all of his companies in order to have money available for the treatment of his son. It was by pure chance that House discovered that they made a mistake in the diagnosis ... (Text: RTL)

  • 116.Brave Heart

    Season 6, Episode 6 (45 min.)

    Chase still cannot cope with the death of the African dictator Dibala, caused by his fault, and he finally drowns his guilty conscience in alcohol. House meanwhile has a completely different problem: He hears voices and fears that he will relapse and have to go back to the clinic. Foreman and Cameron take care of an admitted patient. It is a police officer who fell from the roof while chasing a criminal. But Donny doesn't really care about the injuries, he is convinced that he will soon die of heart disease, just like his father, grandfather and great-grandfather. The doctors are feverishly looking for the real cause of his pain. Especially since Donny's son shows up with similar symptoms and is certain that he will die soon. (Text: RTL)

  • 117. Known Unknowns

    Season 6, Episode 7 (45 min.)

    Two good reasons 'force' House to attend a medical conference: Cuddy is there - and Wilson wants to jeopardize his career with a lecture on euthanasia. The task of preventing his friend from self-destruct proves to be a lot more complicated than getting closer to Cuddy. He manages this surprisingly well in dance, even if disillusionment is not long in coming. Meanwhile, a notoriously lying patient forces the team to do extensive detective work. (Text: SF)

  • 118. Teamwork? (Teamwork)

    Season 6, Episode 8 (40 min.)

    A sick porn star causes moral standstill in the team, especially Cameron. She and husband Chase announce their departure from the team with a reason that House does not believe. He tries to win Taub and 'Thirteen' back to the team, but does not want to ask them to do so. (Text: SF)