OXYGEN'S "HOUSE" PARTY CONTINUES ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 27TH BEGINNING AT 6PM
Encore of episodes to air on Saturday, January 28th at 10AM
NEW YORK - January 24, 2012 - The "House" party continues on Oxygen with seven season two episodes of the hit series on Friday, January 27 at 6PM ET/PT. Oxygen will encore Friday night's stack on Saturday, January 28 beginning at 10 AM ET/PT.
"House" is a quirky medical drama starring Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House, an unconventional medical genius who heads a team of doctors at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey. The critically acclaimed series has won several awards, including five Primetime Emmy(R) Awards, two Golden Globe(R) Awards, a Peabody Award and nine People's Choice Awards.
The following episodes will air on Friday, January 27th beginning at 6PM ET/PT:
Chase misdiagnoses a woman with an ulcer, and flashbacks dissect the case as her condition deteriorates. Stacy questions him and House about it following the patient's death and prior to a hospital disciplinary hearing.
After a gambler collapses in front of House while they're both betting on horse races, the team soon discovers she's been seeing a number of doctors for a variety of supposed illnesses. This leads everyone, but a skeptical House, to believe that it is Munchausen's which is a disease that causes people to fake symptoms for the medical attention. Of course, with Foreman as House's supervisor, it becomes more difficult for him to get things done his way.
"Failure to Communicate"
After journalist collapses at his editor's retirement party and hits his head, he regains consciousness but his words do not make sense. Since House is in Baltimore trying to defend his Medicaid billings with Stacy, the only way the team can help figure out what's wrong with Fletcher is through the telephone conversations. Meanwhile, as they are stranded at the airport together, House and Stacy realize that they still have feelings for one another.
"Need to Know"
A young housewife, who happens to be taking some fertility medication, is brought to the hospital when she begins having muscle spasms so bad that she crashes her car. As Margo's symptoms continue to get worse, House and the team think she might have Huntington's Disease but when Margo descends into paranoia, they dig deeper and discover that she might not be telling them the whole truth. Meanwhile, after House and Stacy return from Baltimore with a rekindled relationship, Wilson begins to worry that House is just setting himself up for a hard fall. Also, Cameron is refusing to find out the results of her HIV test.
A young man comes into the hospital severely burned, but the test quickly show that there is something unusual about his blood tests. The team has to get creative to figure out how to test the patient before his body completely shuts down. To make matters worse, House is hellbent on proving that one of his old medical school colleague's new migraine drug does not work no matter what he happens to be saying. So, House decides to make himself the guinea pig for his own batch of tests with some painful results.
House must treat a teenage supermodel for her heroin addiction, but soon realizes there is something different about her. Wilson is wondering if House's increased leg pain means that his leg nerves are actually regenerating. Also, a male patient in the clinic is somehow experiencing his wife's pregnancy, including her labor pains.
After man experiences a seizure but has no idea he has had it arrives at the hospital, House eagerly takes on the case. The team believes he has a bacterial infection, but Henry suffers a heart attack before the treatment for his infection is able to work and now needs a heart transplant. He chooses to approach the husband of the deceased woman, and feigns interest, only because he wants the heart. House and the team have to race against time to find out what the woman died of before they can use her heart for Henry.
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