Season 1 finale. Ray and Avi track down Eddie. Bunchy kicks Mickey out of his apartment. Ray leaks Sully's whereabouts to the press. Abby and the kids hide out at a swank Malibu resort.
Ray tries to shut down Van Miller's investigation by creating an incriminating video. Ezra is prepped for surgery, but he wanders off. Bunchy moves into his new house, but the housewarming party gets out control.
Ezra has an accident. Terry and Frances (Brooke Smith) grow closer. Bunchy receives his settlement check. Mickey visits Ezra to talk about the past. Ray and Avi learn some very unsettling news.
Ray, Abby and the kids visit Bel Air Academy, hoping Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) will get into the prestigious school. Mickey, Bunchy and Daryll (Pooch Hall) drive out to Palm Springs to visit Mickey's ex-girlfriend, Claudette.
Mickey spends time with Bunchy and Terry. Ray's mentor, Ezra Goldman (Elliott Gould), holds a fundraiser in honor of his late wife. Meanwhile, Mickey is approached by an FBI agent.
Ray activates a plan to send Mickey back to prison. Meanwhile, Abby defies Ray and spends the day with Mickey and the kids. Ray handles two crises involving movie star clients.
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In the emotional series finale, directed by series creator and executive producer David Shore, treating a drug addict patient (guest star James LeGros, "Mildred Pierce") results in House examining his life, his future and his own personal demons.
A one-hour retrospective special that will look back at this groundbreaking, seminal series and feature interviews with the series' stars and producers, special original content and other surprises.
The team takes on the case of Derrick (guest star Skylar Astin), a 19-year-old college student who had a mysterious nose bleed during cheerleading practice, and discovers that his health issues are likely both physiological and psychological. Possibly suffering from schizophrenia, Derrick claims to hear his deceased brother’s voice in his head. Meanwhile, Wilson gets advice from former colleague Thirteen (guest star Olivia Wilde) and Foreman tries a different approach with House.
A patient's illness has its roots in the body and mind.
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