This resulted within the partial lack of use in his leg and left House with a lesser, however nonetheless critical, degree of ache for the remainder of his life. House’s character has been described as a misanthrope, cynic, narcissist, and curmudgeon, the last of which terms was named one of the high television words of 2005 in honor of the character. House is the one character to have appeared in all 177 episodes and, apart from Wilson’s transient look, is the only regular character to have appeared within the season six premiere.
Taub is at a restaurant spending time with Rachel, Ruby and his daughters. Cameron returns to work as the pinnacle of the emergency room in a Chicago hospital. She gazes at a photo of the old team before leaving to join her husband and child. Foreman discovers House’s hospital ID stuck under a desk …
At the pretrial hearing, the Judge decides House isn’t a hazard to society and that his ache management for his leg isn’t as serious as Tritter made it appear. This conclusion is reached when Cuddy manufactures evidence and perjures herself to maintain House out of jail.
The final scene cross cuts between pictures of Cameron and Chase’s wedding and Wilson driving House to Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital. The rest of the Princeton-Plainsboro team fortunately appears on at the wedding ceremony, whereas House and Wilson share a poignant, silent goodbye. For 4-plus seasons, we watched these two passionate medical doctors deal with their sexual tension by butting heads over every thing from House’s questionable (but after all good) strategies as to whether or not the hospital should pay for House’s cable invoice.
Like all the hospital’s doctors, House is required to deal with patients in the facility’s stroll-in …