Hugh Laurie’s contract on House expired once the eighth season was over, and Laurie confirmed that once House was over, he would be shifting on to strictly film roles. On February eight, 2012, in a joint assertion issued by Fox and government producers David Shore, Katie Jacobs, and Hugh Laurie, it was revealed that the season could be the last for House. When Michael Tritter offers Foreman a chance to win early parole for his drug-addicted, incarcerated brother, Marcus, Foreman turns it down. Tritter sees this as hypocrisy, citing Foreman’s personal legal record, and says that while Foreman tries being compassionate to keep off House’s coaching, he is actually just as chilly and methodical as his employer.
Detective Michael Tritter (David Morse) is one of House’s clinic sufferers. After House refuses to run exams at Tritter’s request and insults him, Tritter trips House. House agrees to …