House dating cuddy pagadating ng panahon lyrics
And what if, eighteen years later, he found those letters?
Cuddy's college friend Trisha comes to have lunch with her at PPTH, and House stumbles in on their lunch.
When, during Season 1, the new Chairman of the Board Edward Vogler (Chi Mc Bride) tries to have House fired for refusing to kowtow to his demands, Cuddy urges the board to save House and remove Vogler instead, losing the 0 million donation he had made to the hospital.
In Season 3, Cuddy confesses to the hospital's Head of Oncology and House's best friend Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) that she has made a total of three attempts at impregnation, one of which was miscarried.
What if Lisa Cuddy had written a series of letters to her sister while studying at Michigan?
And stars don't care what you wish, and magic don't make things better, and no one doesn't get burned who sticks their hand in a fire.
Throughout Season 6, Cuddy is busy with her adopted daughter and is in a relationship with a private investigator, Lucas, who was hired by House to spy on Wilson at the start of Season 5.
She is hurt when House, who was going through Vicodin withdrawal, tells her it is a good thing she has failed to become a mother, as she would suck at it.
In the following episode, the Season 5 finale "Both Sides Now", this is revealed to have been a hallucination on House's part: in reality, he spent the evening alone and is suffering from psychiatric problems as a result of Vicodin and emotional trauma.
D., is a fictional character on the Fox medical drama House. Cuddy was the Dean of Medicine of the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey.
She began dreaming of becoming a doctor when she was 12, graduated from medical school at age 25 as second best in her class, and became the first female and second youngest Dean of Medicine ever at age 32 (she was actually 29 but she added three years to her age in order to seem more mature to the Selection Committee).