House

TV Show • 2004 • Drama  Report
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kcwonder
a dog eats his owners pills and passes away, not graphic, briefly shown post-mortem
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kcwonder
A man has to put his dog down because he bit him. Another dog eats his owners meds and dies.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Traves
S3 E21. Hector, a dog who previously belonged to Wilson and his second wife, Bonnie. House ends up adopting the dog, but then getting annoyed after he destroys his things. He leaves pills out in attempt to poison him (he eats them but isn't bothered). And then seemly accidentally slams a door on his front leg, crippling him. (He doesn't show any remorse so it's unsure if it truly was an accident). Hector ends up with a limp but is otherwise okay.
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kcwonder
no but there is bird fighting in one episode which could be distressing to some viewers
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kcwonder
Ticks and worms
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Traves
S3 E18 a cat dies, and its body is shown around 36mins in.
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CarlaSueThompson
House is hooked on painkillers.
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TheHallowedAngel
The main character, Dr Gregory House, struggles with an addiction to prescription pain medication throughout the whole show.
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EerieNobility
Several episodes throughout the series involve medical procedures involving the eye.
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EffySnicket
Season 7 Episode 17 it is mentioned that a minor character is a cannibal but the cannibalism is not shown
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Does a kid die?
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astridd
there is one in the swan song + the patient in season eight episode six is a party clown and the episode begins with him performing
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AdrianWood
No ghosts, but many instances of characters seeing dead friends or family members. Usually, but not always, explained as being hallucinations.
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five
i’m making my way through the show rn so this will be updated, s1e4 baby spit up in the first 2 minutes ish, s1e6 14:45, s1e7 9:16, s1e11 18:50 Big visual & audio + 29:40 slight visual & audio, s1e17 2:05, s1e19 19:00, s2e4 15:50, s2e14 11:05, s2e15 18:20, s2e16 13:00, s2e21 11:55, s2e22 30:00, s2e23 22:50, s3e4 11:00,
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PoppyS
This is a show about hospitals
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CarlaSueThompson
It's a medical show.
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Nate2020
One of the main characters, Wilson, is diagnosed with terminal cancer near the end of the show. He does not die during the show but it is discussed that he will.
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kcwonder
body dysmorphia is never discussed but there are two patients with eating disorders so it stands to reason that they probably experience body dysmorphia
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Traves
In S3 E15, Half-Wit. briefly hinted at/mentioned. A girl comes into the clinic for a blister but house notices her hands and breath showing signs of bulimia, and tells her to stop puking.
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TheHallowedAngel
Major spoilers follow- In the episode “Simple Explanation" (05x20) a reoccurring main character, Lawrence Kutner, is found dead in his apartment after killing himself. Gunshot wound to the head, to be specific.
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Traves
In episode 10 of season 3, Merry Little Christmas. House cuts himself as a way to relieve his pain when is vicodin is cut off. The wounds are shown fresh and bloody.
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kcwonder
there is no autism specific physical abuse but house makes some ableist comments that could be categorised as verbal abuse
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PoppyS
Patients go into MRIs and other machines
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illuminatemyskies
Season 1 Episode 10 starts with major flashing lights in a Rave scene. Big epilepsy warning.
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Does a baby cry?
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Solou
Season 1 (or 2?) has an episode on an underage model who reports sexual relations with adults, including family members, which is used for tone deaf jokes. The other episodes are nothing like this one though, so it's safe to skip
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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AdrianWood
One episode has two characters in a relationship fall ill, later discovering that they are unknowingly half-siblings.
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EerieNobility
In S1E15, the patient's partner in crime uses various homophobic slurs at the concept of the patient being gay.
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EerieNobility
The titular character often uses bigoted speech when belittling those around him. Additionally, various patients or patients' families can be seen to occasionally engage in it.
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Nate2020
House is physically disabled and makes self deprecating jokes regarding this, including describing himself as crippled. Some other characters also make jokes regarding his disability but not generally in antognistic ways.
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EerieNobility
Several fat patients are made fun of throughout the series, as well as jokes made about various characters getting fat. S1E16, "Heavy", and S3E06, "Que Será Será", both deal heavily in this.
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EerieNobility
The titular character often uses antisemitic remarks when belittling Taub, a Jewish doctor. House often incorporates various forms of bigotry when belittling the people around him, and the antisemitic remarks are only made when speaking directly to/about Taub.
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EerieNobility
Several female characters are joked about as "secretly being a man". In S2E13, "Skin Deep", an intersex woman finds out she is intersex with complete androgen insensitivity syndrome and is frequently referred to as "actually a man" and "both male and female". In S5E16, "The Softer Side", a young intersex boy is referred to as "both a boy and a girl" "a h*she" and a freak by the team despite identifying as male. Despite this, once told his actual biological state, Thirteen still tells him to go with what feels right on identity. In S6E17, "Knight Fall", House brings a trans woman sex worker to a date to attempt to unnerve Wilson's date, though she is not directly misgendered she is still treated as abnormal.
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AdrianWood
The show as a whole: YMMV but probably, it's arguably better described as bittersweet. For individual episodes/plotlines/characters, definitely and often.
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Nate2020
There is a bus crash at one point that leads to a supporting character dying.
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PoppyS
Surgeries are shown
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TheHallowedAngel
Major spoilers follow- In “No Reason" (02x24), Gregory House is shot twice. One bullet hits him in the stomach and the another grazes his neck.
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kcwonder
it's not shown, but one character hangs himself in order to donate his heart to his dying son.
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illuminatemyskies
There are multiple scenes throughout the series that depicts patients struggling or failing to breathe.
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