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Contains some strong sexual innuendo. Dr. House often makes sexist remarks about some of his female colleagues. Storylines sometimes follow characters romantic relationships.

Occasional arguments lead to shoving, punching, and other events. Descriptions of the effects of deadly diseases are frequent.

Words like "hell," "crap," and "damn" are frequent. Dr. House consistently berates his colleagues and patients.

Drinking and smoking is visible. Dr. House's reliance on prescription painkillers is a recurring topic.

Characters often face moral dilemmas as they weigh the diagnosis and care of a patient vs. violating the rules and working outside the system in order to do so. Ethical questions regarding these decisions are often discussed.

Dr. House is an excellent doctor with terrible bedside manner and an addiction problem. The doctors often bend hospital rules and/or lie in order to help their patients and/or their colleagues. Wilson and Cuddy often try to help steer House in the right direction.

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