At first, the producers were looking for a “quintessentially American person” to play the function of House. Bryan Singer particularly felt there was no means he was going to hire a non-American actor for the function. At the time of the casting session, actor Hugh Laurie was in Namibia filming the film Flight of the Phoenix.
However, House soon agrees to therapy and is launched into Wilson’s care. Wilson encourages House to begin a relationship with Cuddy, but their plans are thwarted after they uncover she’s relationship Lucas Douglas.
- House then leaves the room on a pretense with the thermometer still inserted in Tritter’s rectum; House deliberately by no means returns and Tritter endures the rectal thermometer for two hours.
- House proceeds to make use of a rectal thermometer, and his supposed reason for using the rectal thermometer over a normal mouth thermometer is Tritter’s chewing of nicotine gum, since oral readings may be affected by food and drinks.
- Stacy made her final look, her first in six seasons, within the series finale “Everybody Dies” as each a hallucination of House and an attendee of his funeral.
- House agrees to the tests and tells Tritter he has to verify his temperature to rule out an infection.
Despite his type, and generally humorous nature, Wilson does sometimes get in a cranky mood. This sometimes occurs when House pushes him to his limits, or when his points just become tough to deal with, normally. There have also been instances where Wilson has expressed some outrage or anger in direction of Cuddy, House himself and even a few of House’s team, normally for some emotional failure. This often manifests in him “going off” on them, however is normally temporary, and he sometimes makes up with them rapidly. He also suffers from depression, for which he has been clinically treated.
In addition, as House typically criticizes him for, Wilson tends to be a “clingy” friend/date. This is due to how a lot he cares about other people, leading to him eager to be as concerned with them as possible. Wilson remains supportive, even shifting into a bigger condo to be able to give House extra living space.
This is especially the case when the proposed procedures contain a excessive degree of risk or are ethically questionable. Frequent disagreements happen between House and his team, particularly Dr. Allison Cameron, whose standards of medical ethics are extra conservative than these of the other characters. Stacy goes to visit House again in “Three Stories”, 5 years after their break up. She has married Mark Warner (Currie Graham), a high school guidance counselor.
Detective Michael Tritter (David Morse) is one of House’s clinic patients. After House refuses to run exams at Tritter’s request and insults him, Tritter trips House. House agrees to the checks and tells Tritter he has to check his temperature to rule out infection.