Season 6, Episode 3 September 28, 2009 Season 6, Episode 3 September 28, 2009 House leaves the hospital and tells Cuddy that he's making major changes in his life. Meanwhile, Wilson wonders if he has to send House out of the condo to make room for. House feels guilty for his actions, especially when he learns the man is getting evicted from his house. She leaves House, Chase and Princeton-Plainsboro for good. This is the first season to have less than the habitual 24 episodes Season Four doesn't count because it was shortened following the Writers' Strike.
In the end, House wants to go back to his job in diagnosing, to help him ignore his leg pain. Archived from on March 26, 2010. Meanwhile, House and Wilson vie for a new neighbor's attention; and Chase, Taub and Thirteen try to play a practical joke on Foreman. Meanwhile, , , and spend a weekend away from the hospital to attend a medical conference, but things don't go as planned when House's private investigator, , returns. Meanwhile, Wilson begins anew with an ex Cynthia Watros.
Nolan instead of trying to manipulate Nolan to get him to recommend reinstatement of his medical license. Lisa Cuddy, the inner workings of the hospital are seen through her eyes. With his soul stripped open, House calls Dr. Season 6, Episode 17 April 12, 2010 Season 6, Episode 17 April 12, 2010 When the hospital goes into lockdown after a newborn disappears from the nursery, House and his team members must remain where they are. He starts his treatment and plans to leave the facility once he is clean, but he is strong-armed into staying by his attending physician, Dr. But when devastating events ensue, House is humbled into reluctantly accepting help.
Archived from on March 23, 2010. In the end Foreman fires Thirteen saying continuing to work together might drive them apart. When the woman dies nevertheless, House tries to turn back to Vicodin and instead finds Cuddy, who has broken it off with Lucas and admits she loves him. House is detoxing at a mental hospital and being held against his will by his attending physician Andre Braugher , so he concocts an escape plan, aided by his roommate Lin-Manuel Miranda and a visitor named Lydia Franka Potente. The father then signs a deal that is guaranteed to make him bankrupt in hopes of making his son's health improve by evening out the success in his life, since he is a strong believer of karma. The same could be said for House, whose storyline picked up on his stay in the mental hospital.
After accepting his treatment, eventually Dr. Campanella David Hoselton May 3, 2010 2010-05-03 9. With the help of the team, Wilson works to diagnose the patient more optimistic results, but when things take a turn for the worse, Wilson must address his inability to separate patient from friend and he must put his own life at risk. Meanwhile, Cuddy, Wilson and House spend a weekend away from the hospital to attend a medical conference, but things don't go as planned when House's private investigator, Lucas Douglas Michael Weston , returns. Nolan believes that something else is troubling House — including the fact that Wilson is kicking him out of their home. Fearing a planned genocide, Chase purposely mixes up the blood tests with that of a body in the morgue, causing Dibala to be treated for the wrong illness.
Archived from on January 23, 2010. Archived from on December 11, 2009. She even called in an anonymous complaint of sexual harassment. Darryl Nolan, he's quitting his job; an ailing video game creator opts for treatments suggested by people on the Internet rather than listening to the team, which is now being run by Foreman. Among the victims: the guilt-ridden crane operator and a trapped woman China Jesusita Shavers who might lose her leg. As Wilson pointed out, he chose an old med school classmate over Cuddy because it's easier to apologize to someone you have no feelings for. Meanwhile, House and Wilson try to remedy the holes in their respective romantic lives by trying speed dating.
The main storylines for this season include House's treatment at Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital after being admitted following House's hallucinations due to Vicodin abuse, Wilson's new relationship with Sam, one of his ex-wives, Lucas' and Cuddy's relationship and how it affects House, who seems to develop feelings for her, Foreman's and Thirteen's break-up, the return of the original group Cameron, Chase and Foreman and Cameron's departure from the series after Chase killed a genocide president. She confronts House, who says that he wanted her gone. House wagers Wilson that the patient's symptoms are attributed to new cancer cells. Wilson encourages him to explore a relationship with Cuddy, and House decides to try. Meanwhile, Wilson sets out to date his , which makes House try and break them up. As he does so, Alvie looks over his friend through a window.
Taub's wife gives him permission to have relationships with other women. House says that his son has one more day to live, at most. It seems as though he honestly wanted to make amends and truly felt sorrow for this individual, two traits the old House never really experienced. . House soon after diagnoses his son with , a manageable disease.
Meanwhile, House tags along as Cuddy and Wilson attend a medical conference on pharmacology and public policy. At the same time, House has to deal with his team over the phone about the crane operator that fell unconscious because he believes the man has an underlying condition. Nolan suggests that he quit diagnostic medicine and go into research. Previous season: Season 6 Next season: August 2010 September 2010 October 2010 Season 6. At the end of the episode, Cameron leaves the team and Chase. For the ailing patient, intelligence is a miserable burden that has prompted depression and addiction, and this, coupled with myriad strange symptoms, nearly stumps the team. Turns out, he's a cashier as a grocery store and initially convinces House this is due to his failure in that one class they shared.
Moran February 8, 2010 2010-02-08 13. Although he resists at first, he finally gives in. Nolan about the case of a woman suffering from both amnesia and another mystery condition. After losing a patient, House turns back to an old supply of Vicodin when all of a sudden Cuddy comes to him to tell him she's broken off the engagement. Season 6 was fairly well critically received scoring 77 on Metacritic. However, when push comes to shove, House makes the right call again and convinces the trapped woman to agree to an amputation by admitting his choice to keep his leg caused him nothing but pain and loneliness.