HOUSE “Dying Changes Everything” (S5E01)

House (Hugh Laurie), Thirteen (Olivia Wilde), and Christine Woods

Check out some pictures from HOUSE‘ season 5 episode premiere, “Dying Changes Everything” airing Tuesday, September 16, at 8pm on Fox.

Last season of House ended on a pretty intense note, to say the least. When we come back, eight weeks would have passed, but it doesn’t look like Wilson is ready to forgive House, and of course House doesn’t really know how to deal with this like a “normal” human being.

As for the rest of the team, it doesn’t look like much has changed. The promo below looks really good and I think that this season might turn out to be better than last.

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Episode Synopsis: “Dying Changes Everything” – Eight weeks after the death of his girlfriend, Amber, Wilson is still mourning her death, and his relationship with his best friend House is shattered. Needing to make a change in his life and give himself time to recover emotionally, Wilson resigns from Princeton-Plainsboro. He is forced to decide if House is a destructive force in his life, while House has to determine if he’s responsible for the death of his best friend’s girlfriend. The team must push forward as they encounter a case involving an assistant to a high-profile executive, who is a textbook “Type A” personality. The team suspects that the patient’s symptoms stem from her obsession to constantly please her demanding boss. However, her shocking medical condition forces the team to rethink their initial diagnoses and see the case through House’s eyes. Meanwhile, Cuddy attempts to salvage the irreparable rift between House and Wilson, and Thirteen struggles to treat the patient objectively without bringing the reality of her own medical condition to the case.

House (Hugh Laurie) and Thirteen (Olivia Wilde) House - Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard)

Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) and House (Hugh Laurie)

House -  Olivia Wilde, Peter Jacobson, Omar Epps and Kal Penn

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