In der Serie „Dr. House“ geht es um den Arzt Gregory House, der sich durch seine direkte Art nicht immer Freunde macht. Immer wieder gerät >> MEHR. Dr. House ist ein hervorragender Diagnostiker, doch am liebsten würde er mit seinen Patienten gar nicht in Kontakt treten - und Sympathie hält er eher für eine. Dr. House (Originaltitel: House, M.D.) ist der Titel einer US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie über den Arzt Dr. Gregory House, einen Spezialisten für Diagnostik am.
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Over the course of the series, he disproves the effectiveness of a migraine cure by self-inducing a migraine and controlling the effects through drugs,  undergoes a blood transfusion to assist with a diagnosis, and overdoses on physostigmine to improve his memory after sustaining head injuries, subsequently causing his heart to stop beating, then undergoes deep brain stimulation soon after.
In the following episode, " After Hours ", he finds out that the medicine cause tumors, and operated on himself in his bathtub based on a CT scan.
Ultimately he is unable to continue and eventually brought in Cuddy, who sends him to the hospital. House frequently says, "Everybody lies", but jokingly remarked he was lying when he said it.
Cameron states in the first episode of the first season "House doesn't believe in pretense Wilson suggests House might have Asperger syndrome , which is characterized by a number of traits found in House, such as difficulty accepting the purpose of social rules, lack of concern for his physical appearance, and resistance to change; though he later reveals to House that he does not truly believe this, and that claiming this was a part of a ploy to soften Cuddy's opinion of House.
House does not have much of a social life, and his only real friend is Dr. Wilson's moving into House's apartment after his failed marriage in "Sex Kills" symbolizes his taking emotional refuge in his friend.
When Wilson resigns and moves away from both New Jersey and House's friendship in the season 5 premiere, House is desperate to have his friend back, and hires a private investigator Michael Weston to spy on him.
Lisa Edelstein has said that despite his sardonic personality, House is a character who is reliant on people surrounding him. Michael Tritter David Morse , who arrests him for possessing narcotics.
The two try to drive each other away, doing things to each other's office to make them worse, but in an uncharacteristically nice move, House has Cuddy's mother send her medical school desk for her new office as a surprise.
Cuddy is touched by what he did, but is devastated when she spots him with a prostitute he hired, not knowing he had done so only to mess with Kutner and Taub.
In the season finale " Both Sides Now " it is confirmed that House wishes to pursue a romantic relationship with Cuddy.
In this same episode he believes he has slept with Cuddy and informs Dr. James Wilson the following morning.
This however is revealed to be a psychosis, which is a side effect of his Vicodin abuse. The House-Cuddy story culminates in the season 6 finale, " Help Me ", when Cuddy cancels her engagement to Lucas to face the inevitable realization of her loving House all along;  they share a passionate kiss, thus hinting on mutual willingness to try to develop a real relationship.
He cares to the point of relapsing his addiction to Vicodin. House has also been known to act as a mooch at times, frequently stealing food from Wilson.
In " You Don't Want to Know ", while House is searching for the cause of Thirteen's twitching, he claims to have stolen money from her wallet.
In another episode, he reveals to Wilson that he's been borrowing larger and larger sums of money from him without paying him back, just to see at what point Wilson would turn him down.
While the show was originally set to be a medical procedural , the idea changed when the writers started to explore the possibilities of a curmudgeonly title character.
Cathy Crandall, costume designer for the show, created a look for the character that made it seem like he did not care about his clothing.
When casting for the part started, Shore was afraid that in "the wrong hands", House would "just be hateful". After he had watched casting tapes for the pilot episode , Bryan Singer grew frustrated and refused to consider any more British actors because of their flawed American accents.
Similarities between House and the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes appear throughout the series;  Shore explained that he was always a Sherlock Holmes fan, and found the character's traits of indifference to his clients unique.
Shore has also explained that the name "House" is a play on the name "Holmes" via its phonetic similarity to the word "homes".
The pun does not extend to the meaning of the names, as the surname "Holmes" actually denotes that its initial bearers lived near or worked with holly or holm-oak trees, such that "Holl[e]y" or "Oak[e]s" would be a more literal equivalent.
John Watson and Dr. James Wilson, respectively. House draws inspiration from Dr. Marc Chamberlain, a professor of neurology at the University of Washington, Seattle, and Dr.
Joseph Bell who was a teacher of Arthur Conan Doyle's and thus a chief source of inspiration for the creation of Holmes , who could "walk into a waiting room and diagnose people without speaking to them".
Throughout the series' run, the character received positive reviews. House was featured on several best lists. In , House was voted by BuddyTV second sexiest TV doctor ever, behind Dr.
Doug Ross George Clooney from ER. For his portrayal, Hugh Laurie has won various awards, including two Golden Globe Awards for Best Actor in a Television Series — Drama , two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Actor from Drama Series , two Satellite Awards for Best Actor in a Television Series — Drama , and two TCA Awards for Individual Achievement in Drama.
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Despite his academic misconduct, House was accepted into the University of Michigan's Medical System on a provisional basis while waiting out the appeal period at Johns Hopkins.
During his time at UM House spent most of his time hanging around the university bookstore, where he eventually met a young undergraduate named Lisa Cuddy.
Following a one night stand, however, House had learned he would not be re-admitted to Johns Hopkins and he would have to repeat his final year of medical school.
As a result, he withdrew from his social life and ceased his pursuit of a formal relationship with Cuddy.
House ultimately completed his internship and obtained residencies in pathology , nephrology and infectious disease , in addition to his completion of a double specialty.
House attended a medical convention in New Orleans, Louisiana where he noticed a young medical school graduate carrying around unopened divorce papers all weekend.
He followed the doctor, James Wilson , to a bar where a man kept playing Billy Joel's "Leave a Tender Moment Alone" on the jukebox which reminded Wilson of his recent breakup, prompting the two to get into an argument.
In a fit of anger, Wilson threw a bottle and broke an antique mirror, getting himself arrested for assault, vandalism, and property destruction.
House followed him to the police station and bailed him out. They spent the rest of the convention together mostly drinking and became close friends.
The year this happened uncertain, as Wilson's age, and the years he was married to Sam Carr, and later Bonnie, are contradicted several times in the series.
In "Lockdown", Wilson says Sam divorced him in , the next episode "Knight Fall" it was around , which is impossible considering the chronology of other events such as House's infarction happening then and House never having met Sam, not to mention how Wilson managed to get divorced three times between and A likely time for House and Wilson meeting is the summer of Wilson's brother Danny who House didn't know existed disappeared 9 years before Season 1, while Wilson was still in medical school; Wilson's first wife Sam sent him divorce papers just after he graduated, which is when the convention happened, and all references to their marriage state they were married for fewer than two years, so the last years of Wilson's med school; Sam was about to move to Baltimore, presumably for her residency after she finished an unpaid internship, and Wilson planned to follow her there, but his degrees say he took his medical school degree up at the University of Pennsylvania, not far from Princeton University and Trenton, Danny's last known location; Cuddy is supposed to have met Wilson at some point during the period between his first divorce and his marriage to Bonnie, so House likely introduced them around the time House was hired at PPTH, when Wilson still would've been a resident.
As early as "Detox" we know that Wilson was best friends with House before the infarction. About ten years before the series started, House participated in a paintball game pitting doctors against lawyers.
One of the lawyers, Stacy Warner , shot House and put him out of the game. He asked her out and, despite her acceptance, the couple's first date was a disaster.
A week later, however, she moved in with him and the two stayed together for the next five years. It is known, however, that during this time he did indeed live in Princeton.
Seven years before the series picked up, House found himself out of work, but he found out that Lisa Cuddy, now 32, had just been appointed as the Chief of Medicine at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital.
Seeking employment, House approached her for a job and was hired despite his poor professional reputation. Cuddy once remarked that she hired him because she knew of his extraordinary skill as a diagnostician, although at a lower wage than would be acceptable for a doctor of House's expertise.
To placate House and keep him from having to interact with the rest of the hospital staff on a regular basis, Cuddy created a whole new department just for him; the Department of Diagnostic Medicine, the only one of its kind in the entire country, enabling House to pick and choose any cases he desired, whenever he desired.
House spent the next several years as Department Head doing as little as possible to keep his job, although he was assigned a star diagnostic team that he regularly abused and belittled.
Nevertheless, he soon proved his worth as the "go to" doctor for complex and problematic cases. After House joined PPTH an opening in the hospital's budding oncology department appeared.
Seizing the opportunity, House recommended his friend James Wilson for the job. Wilson was enthusiastic about moving to Princeton, but House didn't find out why for several years - Wilson's schizophrenic brother Danny Wilson had disappeared from Princeton University.
The Flame Cane, House's 6th and most famous cane. He acquired it by Wilson buying it for him after his dog chewed the last one.
It has been described as "Bitchinnn. Cameron, Dr. Chase, and Dr. Foreman, "It makes it look like I'm going fast.
Five years before the start of the series, House suffered an infarction in his leg while playing golf. Unfortunately, the only symptom was leg pain, and by the time House himself realized that he was suffering from muscle death, the leg was in such a bad state that amputation was the recommended course of action.
The result was intense pain during the healing process, which nearly resulted in cardiac arrest until House was put into a chemically induced coma.
However, while House was comatose, Stacy, acting as his medical proxy , decided to go with Dr. Cuddy's suggestion to have the dead muscle surgically removed.
Although this most likely saved House's life, it left him with permanent intense pain in his right leg. The wound on his leg still bears an obvious scar from where the muscle was removed and there is a divot in his skin where the muscle used to be.
House's anger over Stacy's decision not to trust him poisoned the relationship and led to Stacy leaving. House started to lean heavily on Wilson for emotional support, eventually leading in part to Wilson's divorce from his second wife, Bonnie Wilson.
House's condition is most likely made worse by the fact that prior to the infarction, he was quite an active athlete, engaging in golf and running on a regular basis.
As a result of the pain, House became addicted to the narcotic pain killer, Vicodin. It should be noted, however, that even before his disability, House admitted to recreational drug use.
Although House realizes he is dependent, he believes the Vicodin is the only thing that will allow him to overcome the pain and allow him to function.
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Network Ten. Archived from the original on April 15, Archived from the original on May 23,Dr. House (Originaltitel: House, M.D.) ist der Titel einer US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie über den Arzt Dr. Gregory House, einen Spezialisten für Diagnostik am. Dr. Gregory House ist ein eigenwilliger Spezialist für Diagnostik am fiktiven Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Sein Umgang sowohl mit seinen Kollegen als auch mit Patienten ist schroff und schonungslos direkt, was häufig zu Konflikten. Die Episodenliste enthält alle Episoden der US-amerikanischen Dramaserie. Dr. House: Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), Arzt am fiktiven Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, ist nicht gerade einfühlsam im Umgang mit Patienten und. Gregory House, (almost universally referred to as House and rarely as Greg) is the main character and protagonist of the House series. He is portrayed by Hugh Laurie. 1 Biography Early life 2 Higher Education Romance and PPTH Disability The Series 3 Experiments 4 Personality - Dr House - Medical Cases - The Concept - Set Tour - HOUSE-isms - Casting Session with Hugh Laurie Small drawbacks: No subtitles. The aspect ratio, but that may well be the original format of this season, even though later seasons of the series are in widescreen format. House M.D. is available now on Peacock, the new streaming service from NBCUniversal. Watch thousands of hours of hit movies and shows, plus daily news, sports, and pop culture updates. Stream now. Dr. Kenneth House, DO is a Cardiology Specialist in Beaver, PA and has over 33 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine medical school in Dr. John House, MD is a Urology Specialist in Chattanooga, TN and has over 20 years of experience in the medical field. Dr. House has more experience with Urinary Conditions, Urinary Calculi & Removal, and Urologic Surgery than other specialists in his area.