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Foreman, als House' Nachfolger, feuerte seine Freundin Dr. Remy Hadley („​Dreizehn“) und Taub hatte gekündigt. Um die beiden zu ersetzen, schickte Cuddy. Dr. Remy Hadley bewirbt sich um eine Stelle im Team von House und wird nach einer Reihe Tests angenommen. Sie wird von House stets nur Dreizehn nach. Als ein ehemaliger Patient im Princeton Plainsboro Geiseln nimmt und von den Ärzten verlangt, ihm zu helfen, stellt sich Dreizehn als Versuchskaninchen zur. Dr. Remy Hadley, besser bekannt als „Dreizehn“ unter ihren Arbeitskollegen, ist eine der drei Doktoren, die House zu Beginn der vierten Staffel anheuert, um. Staffel 1, Folge 13 (42 Min.) Dr. House (Hugh.

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Als ein ehemaliger Patient im Princeton Plainsboro Geiseln nimmt und von den Ärzten verlangt, ihm zu helfen, stellt sich Dreizehn als Versuchskaninchen zur. Foreman, als House' Nachfolger, feuerte seine Freundin Dr. Remy Hadley („​Dreizehn“) und Taub hatte gekündigt. Um die beiden zu ersetzen, schickte Cuddy. Staffel 1, Folge 13 (42 Min.) Dr. House (Hugh.

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Imenski prostori Stranica Razgovor. Logo serije. Massive Attack " Teardrop ". Last Temptation. After being back in the team as an assistant for House, Thirteen continues to be being part of the team.

Thirteen points out that the treatment for both is chelation. Foreman gives in. However, Thirteen decides to go with chelation anyway.

Instead, House discharges the patient. Thirteen explains to the patient that it will only be for a few minutes until Cuddy folds.

However, the patient sees an attractive woman and tells his limo driver and the doctors to shut up. The woman is Jennifer Williams, his old sweetheart.

She admits she heard about his lottery win. Thirteen finally explains herpes encephalitis. House agrees and orders tests to confirm and treatment.

The patient and Jennifer are laughing together, but Thirteen tells her that she is going to have to leave the room for the test.

House finally goes ahead with his plan to make the patients cancer grow faster. He also has a surprise for Thirteen - her high school boyfriend is waiting outside his office.

Thirteen tells House that Ricky dumped her after she slept with his sister. Taub and Thirteen go to the patient to get consent. He asks Jennifer to marry him.

She tells him he only thinks he loves her and they need more time. The patient says his hope that he would win the lottery and reconnect with Jennifer was all that kept him going.

He throws them both out. He admits to Thirteen she was right. As the patient start recovering after his surgery when the real Jennifer comes to see him.

Thirteen and House see her with the patient and they agree that it will end horribly for the patient, but at least he will always have hope and be happy.

The team treat a patient who collapses with a seizure. When the patient says she never gets sick, Thirteen replies saying maybe because she is unlucky, the patient realizes she doesn't like people who makes bombs.

Chase and Thirteen are sent to go to the house of the ex-boyfriend, Tony. However, they get a call. House gives himself another injection.

When Thirteen starts talking and calling him idiot, he sees Thirteen standing in the doorway and asks how she got in there, Thirteen said she broke in as her boss tells her to do it all the time.

House start explains his pain is getting worse and he feels increasing his Vicodin would send him back to the mental hospital.

Thirteen calls him an idiot again and House replies she came here to just call him an idiot. She also admits that both Cuddy and Wilson each asked her to go over to look for House.

However, House has been injecting himself with an experimental drug that re-grows muscle. When the team ask about House, Foreman finds Thirteen is not saying anything which is out of her character, she tells them that House won't help them for now and she said she respects House's privacy no matter how stupid and tells them to respect hers too.

The team starts a new differential including the gum problems. Suddenly, Thirteen thinks of something - her symptoms match radiation poisoning.

They take her for treatment but when they tell the boyfriend the diagnosis, he insists she would never work with nuclear materials.

Thirteen and Foreman take the patient to an isolation room. However, it appears his team is doing fine. Thirteen and Chase tell the patient he probably has radiation exposure as well and will need a bone marrow transplant too.

Taub and Foreman are on their way to do an environmental scan of his house. When the patient asks for her boyfriend, Thirteen tells her that he is in jail.

It mimics radiation poisoning. The Fix. Thirteen's cellmate shows up at her apartment in need of urgent medical attention.

She realizes the woman needs to be taken to a hospital, but the woman says the cops will be waiting for her there to send her back to prison on a parole violation.

Thirteen realizes that if she stays there, she will be in violation of her parole and if the woman dies, she will be guilty of manslaughter.

The woman goes to leave, but Thirteen tells her she will bleed to death if she goes. She finally promises not to take the woman to the hospital.

There are no signs of internal bleeding , but Thirteen is still worried about it. The woman is telling Thirteen that her boyfriend stabbed her as a distraction during a police raid.

Thirteen examines her further and finds a solid pulse in her right arm and her blood pressure there is nearly normal.

Chase is relaxing on his couch when his phone rings. She asks him to bring him a portable ultrasound machine, ostensibly so she can check out her plumbing.

Chase realizes something is up. She thanks him and tells him she might not be in tomorrow. However, Chase has noticed that her clothes are dry so she obviously needs the ultrasound for something medical.

She lets him in. Thirteen tells Chase she was in prison. Thirteen then tells Chase she was in prison for killing her brother.

She tells Chase to help her or leave. Chase goes to touch the woman, but Thirteen warns him to use gloves because she has hepatitis C.

Thirteen and the woman were in prison together and the woman helped keep her out of trouble. Chase thinks it might be a clot. They go looking for it and find a mass, which they think is a lipoma that was aggravated by the stab wound.

They grab a syringe to remove some of the mass to improve blood flow. Thirteen draws five full syringes of bloody liquid and manages to restore blood flow to the arm.

Chase notes they have no idea what her problem is and there are too many possibilities. Chase thinks it might just be the hepatitis, but Thirteen reminds him if that were the issue, her whole body would be swollen, not just her left arm.

She finally comes up with an idea - the stab wound used up all her clotting factors, and she started bleeding elsewhere.

Chase wants to take her to the hospital, but Thirteen tells him they could just give her intravenous clotting factor. She goes to call in the order and convinces Chase to pick it up.

When House calls trying to reach Thirteen for help but Thirteen is not there and the phone vibration wakes up the woman instead. The woman sees someone standing over her bed pointing a gun at her.

Thirteen is in the other room cleaning up blood stains. The man with the woman points a gun at her and she pleads with him to put it down.

Thirteen hears her crying out and realizes she has been hallucinating. Chase arrives with the clotting factor, but Thirteen sends him out to get more.

She tells him about the hallucinations. He figures the woman is bleeding in her brain. Thirteen just wants to give her more clotting factor, but Chase tells her she needs a CT Scan and surgery to even have a chance of surviving.

Thirteen wants to try the surgery there. She and Chase get into a fight, and Thirteen soon has the upper hand, although Chase soon overpowers her.

Chase is rushing the woman to the hospital. He tells her he has a plan to switch her with a dead patient so that her name will not appear on hospital records.

Thirteen is trying to keep the woman awake. Chase has figured out the patient used to be a police officer. She tells Thirteen that she killed a 19 year old.

She started using drugs after the incident. The woman loses consciousness. Chase starts driving faster. Chase and Thirteen do a CT scan on the woman and talk about what she did.

Chase realizes she kept her promise because she did the same thing with her brother. If she breaks a promise, her coping mechanism will break down.

She defends her actions with her brother. She also says that the woman has no bleeding in her brain. They realize she is shivering and has a fever.

He only has one good idea, and Thirteen shoots it down. Chase apologizes for being so hard on her, but Thirteen says she understands and he was right.

He gets her some ice for her sore neck. She finally finds a reference from - it appears the patient had a different last name then. House was right that the patient has only had hepatitis C for a few years.

They realize a parasite would make hepatitis C look chronic in a patient with a new infection. If it were an amoebic parasitoma , the stab wound could have damaged it, sending the parasite through her blood stream; the treatment is metronidazole.

The woman comes out of her coma. However, the woman is handcuffed to her bed. Thirteen realizes that although the woman was justified in killing the kid, it still destroyed her life.

Chase implies she can talk to him about it. His only reaction is him offering to go for a coffee.

While holding back her tears, she stares at him in astonishment as if he did go through what she did Dibala.

It is unknown if he revealed to her about the Dibala incident. The team come in the next morning and start going through files. The team start to wonder too.

Now there are two people who know that Thirteen has been in prison. Chase finds out that Thirteen has been in prison.

The other person who knows is House. After Hours. Thirteen and Chase argue about the quality of the patient work, and they go back to the video of the patient performance piece where one of the participants uses paint thinner and goes to light a match.

The artist collapses on the floor. They start arguing whether it is an organic disease or mental illness.

Taub spots a space heater in the video and argues for carbon monoxide poisoning. House agrees and orders that she be put in a hyperbaric chamber.

The reaction to the hyperbaric chamber seems to rule out carbon monoxide, but Thirteen wants to test the assistant and patient for infections because the assistant seemed to be in a daze.

House thinks the stuffed elephant is weird. When she arrives, he directs her to the elephant and tells her to talk to it.

She inspects it and finds a camera. House realizes that they are now the artists latest work. Thirteen is upset but not surprised.

All of the artists work is based on trauma. Foreman thinks the patient has faked her symptoms.

House agrees with Thirteen, but only because faking the current symptoms would be suicidal. Thirteen is giving the patient steroids and the patient asks if she made the wrong choice about her assistant.

Thirteen finds House checking his stitches. She tells him the patient changed her mind about the radiation. After this episode, Taub, Chase and Thirteen also left the Hospital, albeit for different reasons.

Moving On. Thirteen's portrayer, Olivia Wilde, was demoted from the main cast and was made again a recurring character. She only made three but important appearances in this season.

They had all moved on, that's why Foreman hired a new team member, who was Chi Park. She leaves. Thirteen then goes to see Benjamin to ask about the kidney.

She claims she needs a transplant too. She goes to leave, but Benjamin says he will give her the other kidney. Thirteen reports to House that he's crazy.

At the end of the episode, she departs from the hospital along with her girlfriend on a trip to Greece, even after considering returning to work with House, but House seeing that Thirteen has a chance to be happy in her life and that he doesn't want to ruin that, he fires her and sets her free, much to Thirteen's dismay, but she's happy about this.

Charity Case. Thirteen returns in this episode to make Wilson feel better after the tragic news of his cancer and also, to support his decision to not treat his cancer.

Holding On. Even though Thirteen definitely said goodbye in the previous episode, she is informed off-screen that House died.

She is present at House's funeral. She says she'll always thank House, as he promised her to kill her when her disease got worse a reference to The Dig.

Everybody Dies. Unlike the other fellows, who are generally an open book to House, Thirteen continuously manages to stump him.

House often guesses her personal history, such as "daughter of an alcoholic father", and Thirteen repeatedly states that he is "wrong again.

Pulled by House's dominant personality, the mirror patient started mirroring House instead and started saying how sad it was how he couldn't approach Thirteen and how beautiful he thought she was.

House apparently thought so highly of Thirteen that he took a huge risk to hire her. Given the opportunity to hire only two applicants, House picked Chris Taub and Lawrence Kutner and rejected her in order to force Lisa Cuddy to hire her in order to put a woman on the team.

In the eighth episode of the fourth season, You Don't Want to Know , House notices that Thirteen gets angry with herself for dropping a folder.

He finds that reaction unusual most people would just laugh or ignore the incident , and decides to switch out Thirteen's decaffeinated coffee with regular coffee.

When Thirteen gets unusually anxious and jittery, and starts getting upset as a result, he does some digging and finds a very old picture of Thirteen's mother Anne in Thirteen's purse on the pretext he was looking for lunch money.

He figures that either Thirteen hasn't seen her mother in 20 years or the mother passed away some time ago. He searches obituaries on the internet and finds that Anne died of a lengthy illness.

He guesses Parkinson's Disease , but Thirteen tells him that her mother died from Huntington's disease. House is incredulous that Thirteen has not had herself tested for the key gene, but she replies that she does not wish to know if she carries the gene, because not knowing allows her to summon the bravery to do things she thinks she can't do.

House surreptitiously obtains a genetic sample and tests it, but Thirteen throws away the test results before he can open them. However, in Wilson's Heart , Thirteen is unable to deal with the prospect of a dying Amber.

House tells her to deal with her fear or lose her job, so during the episode, Thirteen tests herself. The test comes out positive, indicating she will inevitably contract the disorder.

As her behavior changed, House figures out correctly that Thirteen has tested herself and the test was positive, although she initially denies it.

As for Thirteen's impression of House, she quickly became convinced of House's incredible talents and when everyone else distrusts his judgment, Thirteen usually stands by him.

When everyone else wrote off House as wrong in Ugly , she continued to believe in him, and eventually proved both of them right.

In House's Head , she ignores the rest of the team and Cuddy by looking for an air embolism House thinks is in the patient's heart.

Once again, her faith in House's abilities was not misplaced. However, despite her faith in House, Wilson pointed out that she is one of the only fellows House has ever had who has not "fallen under his spell".

Indeed, House has been particularly inept in trying to manipulate Thirteen although he did succeed in getting her to return to the team in Teamwork.

From the beginning, Eric Foreman appeared to have a better understanding of Thirteen than his boss did. Foreman was the one who correctly figured out Thirteen's secrecy was an attempt to keep her bisexuality private.

In Lucky Thirteen , he also found out that the reason she didn't want House doing an environmental scan of her apartment was that she was keeping her genetic test results there and was afraid House was looking for them.

Foreman went with House and intercepted the results himself. He was also the first to figure out that Thirteen was engaging in self-destructive behavior because of the positive genetic test for Huntington's.

In Last Resort , we also see him offering Thirteen to be a part of clinical trials for Huntington's.

At the end of the episode, he is waiting by Thirteen's bedside when she is recovering from kidney damage. They eventually wind up in a relationship, with Foreman moving into Thirteen's apartment.

He also got her into the clinical trial for the Huntington's medication he was testing. However, when Foreman switched her from the placebo to the real clinical medicine with disastrous results - Thirteen developed a brain tumor , which he and House managed to treat with radiation therapy , House realizes that Foreman was losing his objectivity.

He ordered them to break up. However, Foreman convinced House they had done so while they continued to carry on their relationship.

However, it was obvious to everyone except the methadone addled House that they were still together, and Lawrence Kutner finally outs them to the rest of the team.

Foreman clearly enjoy's Thirteen's sexual nature, as is shown in House Divided at Chase's bachelor party when Thirteen is about to do body shots off a stripper: Wilson: Are you sure you're comfortable with this?

Foreman: Are you kidding? After Foreman claims House's job as head of the diagnostic department when House quits, tension begins to build between Thirteen and Foreman.

Thirteen believes that he is letting his promotion go to his head; he scheduled a dinner reservation for without asking her if that was alright.

In addition, he realizes that Thirteen isn't willing to challenge his conclusions because she is afraid it will affect their relationship.

At the end of the episode, he fires her, because he believes that the only way to preserve their relationship is for the two of them to not work together.

This, however, leads Thirteen to end their relationship. She heads off to Thailand to think things over, but soon returns to Princeton.

House is trying to discover the motivations of Dr. Originally, the only evidence of Thirteen's middle name was from a seemingly fake pay stub in the episode The Down Low.

It was all part of an elaborate deception to convince Foreman he was the lowest paid of all the fellows. Taub was trying to mislead Foreman by saying he knew what Thirteen's middle name was and showed him the pay stub.

It was unknown if the use of the middle name may have been to deceive Foreman with a "red herring" by convincing him that the pay rate on the stub was too high to be Thirteen's and thus was a fake.

Noticeably in Mirror Mirror sarcastically and The Dig she indicates she hates it. However, the story arc inspired a spirit of camaraderie between the actors instead of competition, due to the high-profile roles.

While Thirteen's name was originally intended to be revealed during the story arc, the production team decided against doing so.

Thirteen's actual name was on all documents, including the call sheets, with the word "Thirteen" to further the in-joke in the show's narrative between House and Thirteen that he could simply check her file to find out her name.

Wilde describes Thirteen as a "big bowl of secrets", one such being the possibility of the character having Huntington's disease, in stark comparison to her own openness.

Thirteen has often been compared with Allison Cameron , the previous female diagnostician, often negatively, even by Cameron's actor, Jennifer Morrison.

Wilde described Thirteen as "almost the opposite" to Cameron, who is "compassionate and emotional", and explained the comparisons to the similarity in the tasks that House delegates to both characters, and that "with two girls on a show, people are always going to compare them.

In Mirror Mirror , one of the betting slips being used to bet on which applicant is going to be fired lists her name, but it is not clear that the name refers to "Thirteen".

Hadley", however House then comments that Cuddy doesn't even know her name. While it's possible that was not her name, it seems more likely that Hadley is her real name and House was merely commenting on how Cuddy didn't call her "Thirteen" like House and his team do.

However, in Adverse Events, Thirteen tells a confused patient that she is, indeed, Dr. The first time her first name is revealed is in the Season 5 episode, Emancipation , where she introduces herself as Doctor Remy Hadley to the suspected family of a patient.

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So could you. You could get hit by a bus tomorrow, the only difference is you don't have to know about it today, so why should I?

Mirror Mirror Thirteen finally reveals how her mother died when House confronts her about her mother. You Don't Want To Know As Amber's condition deteriorates, Thirteen begins to act strangely, which prompts House to confront her about not participating in the differentials.

Dying Changes Everything A lot of information is revealed about Thirteen, including how she is starting to go out of control after finding out she has Huntington's Disease.

Spencer lies in bed, pale and weak. Thirteen crawls into the bed with Spencer, then leans in and kisses her.

Last Resort Thirteen learns the nerve degeneration has already started and she probably has 10 more years left to live.

Simple Explanation She is present in Chase and Cameron's wedding. Epic Fail Thirteen breaks up with Foreman after he fired her in the previous episode.

Instant Karma Thirteen returns from Thailand. Teamwork She is mysteriously missing during most of the episode, while House tries to save a woman from a falling building.

Thirteen in the season premiere. The Dig Thirteen, upon her long-waited return. Thirteen is seen at House's office and Masters comes in and meets Thirteen.

They shake hands and Masters says to Thirteen she must be Dr. Thirteen and Thirteen introduces herself as Remy Hadley.

Chase and Taub come in too and give Thirteen a hug. Foreman just wants to know what happened to her. House tells them about the patient , who is a teenage girl planning on sailing around the world.

She collapsed during a practice run. Masters confirms this is her last day as a student. House asks about her internship.

Taub notices that she was leaning on her back, which may have caused adrenal gland insufficiency. House orders the team to track her cortisol.

Foreman realizes that House wants Masters to intern with him. However, Masters says she needs to do one more LP before she can even make up her mind.

She wants to go to the ER to do it. During the season-six finale, " Help Me ", Thirteen shows up late at a differential, obviously hiding something.

She leaves a letter on House's desk asking for leave, citing personal reasons; when Taub asks her if everything is okay, she replies "obviously not".

In the season-seven premiere " Now What ", Foreman reads her letter and goes through her locker, finding flight tickets as well as information on an experimental treatment for Huntington's in Rome.

With her teammates believing she will be leaving for Rome the following day, Thirteen affirms her friendship with Foreman and Taub tells her he approves of her seeking any chance of getting better.

Chase offers her a sexual proposition in the same way he once did Cameron , but she turns him down and surprises him with a long embrace.

The team organize to meet up and have cake to send her off, but Thirteen disappears without saying goodbye.

Foreman then discovers that the clues about Rome were purposely planted by Thirteen as a red herring. The team later find that all her phone lines have been disconnected and her apartment has been vacated.

Following this, Thirteen remains missing for a year without anyone knowing of her whereabouts. Her vacancy in the team is eventually filled by Dr.

Martha Masters. Thirteen returns in the show's th episode, " The Dig ", [9] where House meets her upon release from a prison where she has been incarcerated for the last six months for over-prescribing drugs.

She has House drive her to a seemingly random house where she rings the bell, then assaults the man who answers the door. The two then spend a few days on the road preparing for a spud-shooting contest while he tries to figure out the real reason she was in prison, eventually deducing that Thirteen helped kill her brother who was suffering from advanced stages of Huntington's.

Thirteen eventually admits to House that she did what she had to when her brother's time had come, and that now she is alone and will have nobody there for her when her time comes.

House later tells her that he is willing to euthanise her when she needs him to and rehires her onto his team.

The rest of the team are excited to see Thirteen again and are curious about where she has been; to her chagrin, House tells the team that she has been in rehab for a substance abuse problem.

She later tells Masters, "the real reason I was gone is not something I want to share. He eventually concludes that if she can convince herself that she is naturally miserable as a person, then she does not have to hate the universe for making her miserable.

Thirteen then turns around, pointing out that House's life is also miserable, and that "We are who we are. Lotteries are stupid.

In " After Hours ", a then unknown woman arrives at Thirteen's apartment, with a serious wound in her abdomen. She is revealed to be a cell mate of Thirteen's from prison and makes Thirteen promise that she will not take her to a hospital, as she will be arrested and taken back to prison.

Thirteen phones Chase requesting help on false pretenses, bartering on their relationship to convince Chase to bring her medical supplies without explanation.

Chase convinces her to let him help, and Thirteen admits to him that she was in prison for killing her brother.

After it becomes clear the woman will die without a hospital, Chase engages in a physical confrontation with Thirteen to get the patient to the hospital.

He also deduces that her conviction to always keep promises is so that she can blame her brother's death on her promise to him, rather than blame herself.

After the two drive the woman to the hospital, she awakes alive but in custody. Thirteen apologizes, but her friend lashes out, claiming she only used Thirteen because she needed someone to talk to in prison.

Thirteen later confides in Chase that his theory is right, and that she is afraid she will be consumed by guilt. In " Charity Case ", Thirteen is called in once more by House to help solve a case.

Thirteen then decides to join the team once more. In the end, House saw that Thirteen was happy with her girlfriend and fired her once and for all so she can live out her last days being happy.

She made her final appearance as one of the speakers at House's funeral in the series finale " Everybody Dies ".

However, the story arc inspired a spirit of camaraderie between the actors instead of competition, due to the high-profile roles.

While Thirteen's name was originally intended to be revealed during the story arc, the production team decided against doing so.

Thirteen's actual name was replaced on all documents, including the call sheets, with the word "Thirteen" to further the in-joke in the show's narrative.

Thirteen's sexuality was initially written ambiguously: Foreman and House suggested she is bisexual. In response to the ambiguity, Wilde confirmed in July that her character is bisexual, the second time she has played a bisexual character the first being on The O.

Thirteen resists handing her trust to people, and has proven herself to be a rather difficult person.

The name "Thirteen" comes from the character's introduction: while searching for new team members House assigned all the applicants numbers rather than memorise all their names and persistently used it in reference to her.

She did not correct him or offer her real name when prompted by fellow applicants, and the nickname stuck.

Although the producers gave the character a full name, and told Wilde what it was, they chose to keep it a secret from the viewers as part of the ongoing relationship between the character and House.

This is the first mention of her actual name. In episode 8 of season five "Emancipation" , she reveals she is called Remy.

In later season five episodes, the character is occasionally referred to as "Dr. Hadley" although she is still predominantly called "Thirteen" by her colleagues.

In an interview with The Star-Ledger , producer David Shore commented that he would not be using Thirteen's real name too often, because "she will always be Thirteen".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fictional character on the Fox medical drama House.

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House wants to know what Thirteen is going back for when her license practice medicine is obviously suspended because of her conviction.

He figures she was running an illegal medical clinic for some sympathetic group of people. House reveals he wants Thirteen to go along because she won a science fair competition in high school on clean combustion and he needs her skills for the competition.

Thirteen realizes how serious House is about the competition and agrees to help, but demands that she be allowed a personal stop along the way.

While on a personal stop along the way they arrive at a tidy house in the suburbs and Thirteen goes to the door.

A man answers and Thirteen knees him in the groin and talks to him as he crouches in pain. Thirteen refuses to discuss the incident and asks to go for food.

She tells House she killed a man. Thirteen is now driving House, who is strangely quiet. She realizes House is upset that she killed someone.

She asks that House stop asking questions, but House keeps guessing. House wakes up from a nap and finds himself in a park.

He sees Thirteen test firing his spud gun. She tells him it needs a fuel valve and a better ignition source.

Thirteen and House go shopping for hardware. She asks how they judge the contest and realizes that as every aspect is judged equally, they should ignore accuracy and go for raw power.

She wants to find fertilizer. House and Thirteen arrive at the contest and plan to amp up the power of the gun. However, they see Harold, who has a much bigger contraption of his own, obviously built for power as well.

House and Harold march towards each other. They exchange fake pleasantries. House tells Harold Thirteen killed a man.

While back at the motel room Thirteen said she has a big plans for the gun. They start eating some pie she plans on using the pie tins in the gun.

House asks Thirteen nicely to tell him what she did. House promises to put in a good word for her with the medical board, and to hire her back as a non-physician assistant.

She tells him that she was with a man she met and he overdosed. As House tries to sleep, he wakes up to find Thirteen by the window sobbing.

Thirteen and House plan their strategy, but House finds a clue while Thirteen is talking. He presses. However, House realizes that was the only detail he missed.

Thirteen congratulates him. However, when he was lucid, he made it clear it was time for him to die. She realizes that one day, she will be that sick too, only no one will be there to help her.

House goes back to his spud gun. House points the gun at him. However, the next thing we see is House leaving a State Trooper headquarters.

Thirteen offers him a soda. That day would have been his first anniversary together with Cuddy. He calls it an arbitrary time to celebrate.

While House's team is trying to find out what is wrong with the patient over the phone with House, House tells them not to rule out the husband.

Finally, Thirteen pipes up and everyone wonders who it is. House is impressed. House returns Thirteen to her house and asks for gas money.

He also promises to kill her when the time comes and even offers to use his baseball bat now if it would be convenient.

She says she will be in and see him again on Monday and goes inside her house. Thirteen lost her Medical license because of her jail time for euthanized her brother, but House helps her to regain it.

The Dig. When they have to leave the room, Masters agrees to take over. The patient wants to speed up the testing.

Masters leaves to do her LP. Masters realizes she has to find House. She finds House arguing with Thirteen about the cover story, but he counters he got her medical license back.

Masters asks about the chickens and Thirteen tells her that House and Wilson have a bet to see how long they can go without getting caught.

Foreman encourages Masters to stick around - she remembers what the rules are and stands up for them. Thirteen takes Masters to do her last LP.

Masters tells House she handed in her log, and House asks if it was on Thirteen. Masters admits it. Last Temptation. After being back in the team as an assistant for House, Thirteen continues to be being part of the team.

Thirteen points out that the treatment for both is chelation. Foreman gives in. However, Thirteen decides to go with chelation anyway.

Instead, House discharges the patient. Thirteen explains to the patient that it will only be for a few minutes until Cuddy folds. However, the patient sees an attractive woman and tells his limo driver and the doctors to shut up.

The woman is Jennifer Williams, his old sweetheart. She admits she heard about his lottery win. Thirteen finally explains herpes encephalitis.

House agrees and orders tests to confirm and treatment. The patient and Jennifer are laughing together, but Thirteen tells her that she is going to have to leave the room for the test.

House finally goes ahead with his plan to make the patients cancer grow faster. He also has a surprise for Thirteen - her high school boyfriend is waiting outside his office.

Thirteen tells House that Ricky dumped her after she slept with his sister. Taub and Thirteen go to the patient to get consent.

He asks Jennifer to marry him. She tells him he only thinks he loves her and they need more time. The patient says his hope that he would win the lottery and reconnect with Jennifer was all that kept him going.

He throws them both out. He admits to Thirteen she was right. As the patient start recovering after his surgery when the real Jennifer comes to see him.

Thirteen and House see her with the patient and they agree that it will end horribly for the patient, but at least he will always have hope and be happy.

The team treat a patient who collapses with a seizure. When the patient says she never gets sick, Thirteen replies saying maybe because she is unlucky, the patient realizes she doesn't like people who makes bombs.

Chase and Thirteen are sent to go to the house of the ex-boyfriend, Tony. However, they get a call. House gives himself another injection.

When Thirteen starts talking and calling him idiot, he sees Thirteen standing in the doorway and asks how she got in there, Thirteen said she broke in as her boss tells her to do it all the time.

House start explains his pain is getting worse and he feels increasing his Vicodin would send him back to the mental hospital.

Thirteen calls him an idiot again and House replies she came here to just call him an idiot. She also admits that both Cuddy and Wilson each asked her to go over to look for House.

However, House has been injecting himself with an experimental drug that re-grows muscle. When the team ask about House, Foreman finds Thirteen is not saying anything which is out of her character, she tells them that House won't help them for now and she said she respects House's privacy no matter how stupid and tells them to respect hers too.

The team starts a new differential including the gum problems. Suddenly, Thirteen thinks of something - her symptoms match radiation poisoning.

They take her for treatment but when they tell the boyfriend the diagnosis, he insists she would never work with nuclear materials.

Thirteen and Foreman take the patient to an isolation room. However, it appears his team is doing fine. Thirteen and Chase tell the patient he probably has radiation exposure as well and will need a bone marrow transplant too.

Taub and Foreman are on their way to do an environmental scan of his house. When the patient asks for her boyfriend, Thirteen tells her that he is in jail.

It mimics radiation poisoning. The Fix. Thirteen's cellmate shows up at her apartment in need of urgent medical attention.

She realizes the woman needs to be taken to a hospital, but the woman says the cops will be waiting for her there to send her back to prison on a parole violation.

Thirteen realizes that if she stays there, she will be in violation of her parole and if the woman dies, she will be guilty of manslaughter.

The woman goes to leave, but Thirteen tells her she will bleed to death if she goes. She finally promises not to take the woman to the hospital.

There are no signs of internal bleeding , but Thirteen is still worried about it. The woman is telling Thirteen that her boyfriend stabbed her as a distraction during a police raid.

Thirteen examines her further and finds a solid pulse in her right arm and her blood pressure there is nearly normal.

Chase is relaxing on his couch when his phone rings. She asks him to bring him a portable ultrasound machine, ostensibly so she can check out her plumbing.

Chase realizes something is up. She thanks him and tells him she might not be in tomorrow. However, Chase has noticed that her clothes are dry so she obviously needs the ultrasound for something medical.

She lets him in. Thirteen tells Chase she was in prison. Thirteen then tells Chase she was in prison for killing her brother.

She tells Chase to help her or leave. Chase goes to touch the woman, but Thirteen warns him to use gloves because she has hepatitis C.

Thirteen and the woman were in prison together and the woman helped keep her out of trouble. Chase thinks it might be a clot.

They go looking for it and find a mass, which they think is a lipoma that was aggravated by the stab wound. They grab a syringe to remove some of the mass to improve blood flow.

Thirteen draws five full syringes of bloody liquid and manages to restore blood flow to the arm. Chase notes they have no idea what her problem is and there are too many possibilities.

Chase thinks it might just be the hepatitis, but Thirteen reminds him if that were the issue, her whole body would be swollen, not just her left arm.

She finally comes up with an idea - the stab wound used up all her clotting factors, and she started bleeding elsewhere.

Chase wants to take her to the hospital, but Thirteen tells him they could just give her intravenous clotting factor. She goes to call in the order and convinces Chase to pick it up.

When House calls trying to reach Thirteen for help but Thirteen is not there and the phone vibration wakes up the woman instead.

The woman sees someone standing over her bed pointing a gun at her. Thirteen is in the other room cleaning up blood stains. The man with the woman points a gun at her and she pleads with him to put it down.

Thirteen hears her crying out and realizes she has been hallucinating. Chase arrives with the clotting factor, but Thirteen sends him out to get more.

She tells him about the hallucinations. He figures the woman is bleeding in her brain. Thirteen just wants to give her more clotting factor, but Chase tells her she needs a CT Scan and surgery to even have a chance of surviving.

Thirteen wants to try the surgery there. She and Chase get into a fight, and Thirteen soon has the upper hand, although Chase soon overpowers her.

Chase is rushing the woman to the hospital. He tells her he has a plan to switch her with a dead patient so that her name will not appear on hospital records.

Thirteen is trying to keep the woman awake. Chase has figured out the patient used to be a police officer. She tells Thirteen that she killed a 19 year old.

She started using drugs after the incident. The woman loses consciousness. Chase starts driving faster. Chase and Thirteen do a CT scan on the woman and talk about what she did.

Chase realizes she kept her promise because she did the same thing with her brother. If she breaks a promise, her coping mechanism will break down.

She defends her actions with her brother. She also says that the woman has no bleeding in her brain. They realize she is shivering and has a fever.

He only has one good idea, and Thirteen shoots it down. Chase apologizes for being so hard on her, but Thirteen says she understands and he was right.

He gets her some ice for her sore neck. She finally finds a reference from - it appears the patient had a different last name then. House was right that the patient has only had hepatitis C for a few years.

They realize a parasite would make hepatitis C look chronic in a patient with a new infection. If it were an amoebic parasitoma , the stab wound could have damaged it, sending the parasite through her blood stream; the treatment is metronidazole.

The woman comes out of her coma. However, the woman is handcuffed to her bed. Thirteen realizes that although the woman was justified in killing the kid, it still destroyed her life.

Chase implies she can talk to him about it. His only reaction is him offering to go for a coffee. While holding back her tears, she stares at him in astonishment as if he did go through what she did Dibala.

It is unknown if he revealed to her about the Dibala incident. The team come in the next morning and start going through files.

The team start to wonder too. Now there are two people who know that Thirteen has been in prison. Chase finds out that Thirteen has been in prison.

The other person who knows is House. After Hours. Thirteen and Chase argue about the quality of the patient work, and they go back to the video of the patient performance piece where one of the participants uses paint thinner and goes to light a match.

The artist collapses on the floor. They start arguing whether it is an organic disease or mental illness. Taub spots a space heater in the video and argues for carbon monoxide poisoning.

House agrees and orders that she be put in a hyperbaric chamber. The reaction to the hyperbaric chamber seems to rule out carbon monoxide, but Thirteen wants to test the assistant and patient for infections because the assistant seemed to be in a daze.

House thinks the stuffed elephant is weird. When she arrives, he directs her to the elephant and tells her to talk to it.

She inspects it and finds a camera. House realizes that they are now the artists latest work. Thirteen is upset but not surprised. All of the artists work is based on trauma.

Foreman thinks the patient has faked her symptoms. House agrees with Thirteen, but only because faking the current symptoms would be suicidal.

Thirteen is giving the patient steroids and the patient asks if she made the wrong choice about her assistant.

Thirteen finds House checking his stitches. She tells him the patient changed her mind about the radiation. After this episode, Taub, Chase and Thirteen also left the Hospital, albeit for different reasons.

Moving On. Thirteen's portrayer, Olivia Wilde, was demoted from the main cast and was made again a recurring character.

She only made three but important appearances in this season. They had all moved on, that's why Foreman hired a new team member, who was Chi Park.

She leaves. Thirteen then goes to see Benjamin to ask about the kidney. She claims she needs a transplant too. She goes to leave, but Benjamin says he will give her the other kidney.

Thirteen reports to House that he's crazy. At the end of the episode, she departs from the hospital along with her girlfriend on a trip to Greece, even after considering returning to work with House, but House seeing that Thirteen has a chance to be happy in her life and that he doesn't want to ruin that, he fires her and sets her free, much to Thirteen's dismay, but she's happy about this.

Charity Case. Thirteen returns in this episode to make Wilson feel better after the tragic news of his cancer and also, to support his decision to not treat his cancer.

Holding On. Even though Thirteen definitely said goodbye in the previous episode, she is informed off-screen that House died.

She is present at House's funeral. She says she'll always thank House, as he promised her to kill her when her disease got worse a reference to The Dig.

Everybody Dies. Unlike the other fellows, who are generally an open book to House, Thirteen continuously manages to stump him.

House often guesses her personal history, such as "daughter of an alcoholic father", and Thirteen repeatedly states that he is "wrong again.

Pulled by House's dominant personality, the mirror patient started mirroring House instead and started saying how sad it was how he couldn't approach Thirteen and how beautiful he thought she was.

House apparently thought so highly of Thirteen that he took a huge risk to hire her. Given the opportunity to hire only two applicants, House picked Chris Taub and Lawrence Kutner and rejected her in order to force Lisa Cuddy to hire her in order to put a woman on the team.

In the eighth episode of the fourth season, You Don't Want to Know , House notices that Thirteen gets angry with herself for dropping a folder.

He finds that reaction unusual most people would just laugh or ignore the incident , and decides to switch out Thirteen's decaffeinated coffee with regular coffee.

When Thirteen gets unusually anxious and jittery, and starts getting upset as a result, he does some digging and finds a very old picture of Thirteen's mother Anne in Thirteen's purse on the pretext he was looking for lunch money.

He figures that either Thirteen hasn't seen her mother in 20 years or the mother passed away some time ago.

He searches obituaries on the internet and finds that Anne died of a lengthy illness. He guesses Parkinson's Disease , but Thirteen tells him that her mother died from Huntington's disease.

House is incredulous that Thirteen has not had herself tested for the key gene, but she replies that she does not wish to know if she carries the gene, because not knowing allows her to summon the bravery to do things she thinks she can't do.

House surreptitiously obtains a genetic sample and tests it, but Thirteen throws away the test results before he can open them. However, in Wilson's Heart , Thirteen is unable to deal with the prospect of a dying Amber.

House tells her to deal with her fear or lose her job, so during the episode, Thirteen tests herself. The test comes out positive, indicating she will inevitably contract the disorder.

As her behavior changed, House figures out correctly that Thirteen has tested herself and the test was positive, although she initially denies it.

As for Thirteen's impression of House, she quickly became convinced of House's incredible talents and when everyone else distrusts his judgment, Thirteen usually stands by him.

When everyone else wrote off House as wrong in Ugly , she continued to believe in him, and eventually proved both of them right. In House's Head , she ignores the rest of the team and Cuddy by looking for an air embolism House thinks is in the patient's heart.

Once again, her faith in House's abilities was not misplaced. However, despite her faith in House, Wilson pointed out that she is one of the only fellows House has ever had who has not "fallen under his spell".

Indeed, House has been particularly inept in trying to manipulate Thirteen although he did succeed in getting her to return to the team in Teamwork.

From the beginning, Eric Foreman appeared to have a better understanding of Thirteen than his boss did. Foreman was the one who correctly figured out Thirteen's secrecy was an attempt to keep her bisexuality private.

In Lucky Thirteen , he also found out that the reason she didn't want House doing an environmental scan of her apartment was that she was keeping her genetic test results there and was afraid House was looking for them.

Foreman went with House and intercepted the results himself. He was also the first to figure out that Thirteen was engaging in self-destructive behavior because of the positive genetic test for Huntington's.

In Last Resort , we also see him offering Thirteen to be a part of clinical trials for Huntington's. At the end of the episode, he is waiting by Thirteen's bedside when she is recovering from kidney damage.

They eventually wind up in a relationship, with Foreman moving into Thirteen's apartment. He also got her into the clinical trial for the Huntington's medication he was testing.

However, when Foreman switched her from the placebo to the real clinical medicine with disastrous results - Thirteen developed a brain tumor , which he and House managed to treat with radiation therapy , House realizes that Foreman was losing his objectivity.

He ordered them to break up. However, Foreman convinced House they had done so while they continued to carry on their relationship.

A Congressman works with his equally conniving wife to exact revenge on the people who betrayed him. A modern update finds the famous sleuth and his doctor partner solving crime in 21st century London.

An anthology series exploring a twisted, high-tech multiverse where humanity's greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide.

On the run from a drug deal gone bad, brilliant college dropout Mike Ross, finds himself working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City's best lawyers.

A father recounts to his children - through a series of flashbacks - the journey he and his four best friends took leading up to him meeting their mother.

Follows the personal and professional lives of six twenty to thirty-something-year-old friends living in Manhattan.

Seasonal anthology series in which police investigations unearth the personal and professional secrets of those involved, both within and outside the law.

When a young boy disappears, his mother, a police chief and his friends must confront terrifying supernatural forces in order to get him back.

A woman who moves into an apartment across the hall from two brilliant but socially awkward physicists shows them how little they know about life outside of the laboratory.

Nine noble families fight for control over the lands of Westeros, while an ancient enemy returns after being dormant for millennia.

The series follows the life of anti-social, pain killer addict, witty and arrogant medical doctor Gregory House Hugh Laurie with only half a muscle in his right leg.

He and his team of medical doctors try to cure complex and rare diseases from very ill ordinary people in the United States of America.

Written by Samtroy. I'll admit that the main I reason I first watched this show was to see Hugh Laurie in a drama series.

Besides his role in the film "Peter's Friends", I mainly knew his work from his comedy roles in "Blackadder" and "Jeeves and Wooster".

Now, having seen him in "House", I find that he's a fine dramatic actor, as well. From previous reviews, you'll have read that Laurie plays Dr.

House, an ill-tempered, disabled yet brilliant physician who doesn't like patients, but is challenged by unusual ailments.

Aided by a small team of younger doctors, he tries to figure out a correct diagnosis and treatment. In the meantime, he also must deal with patients that he is forced to see in the hospital's walk-in clinic.

As noted, Laurie's performance is very good; the early talk about an Emmy nomination for him is quite justified. The rest of the cast is also good, though the scripts have yet to fully examine each character.

The stories, while set up as brain-teasers, are also refreshingly complex about the doctors, the patients and the hospital; they don't resort to the done-to-death "HMO's are the source of all evil" plot line.

These doctors are brilliant, but not perfect; mistakes are made. In the end, I hope that Fox will allow the show to continue.

It's good to see an interesting medical show on TV, now that "ER" has degenerated into a "tragedy of the week" soap opera.

And, as for Hugh Laurie's accent, I've heard better, but I've heard a lot worse. Give him time. In a recent episode, he got to use his native English accent for a joke.

One important note: "House" is not for the squeamish. There are some pretty graphic and disturbing scenes in the series that some viewers may find upsetting.

For example, one episode featured critically ill infants and pulled very few punches. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

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