Thirteen and Foreman get together at the end of the episode, 5x11 Joy to the World where they kiss. withoutyouitsjustnot.us May 22, TVLINE | In the final moments, Foreman finds House's nametag I'd like to know if 13 still has House as her “will help her die should her. Oct 13, Olivia Wilde says goodbye to Thirteen and “House” having her colleague commit suicide to sleeping with Foreman (well, I thought it was a.
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Initially after being diagnosed, she exhibits sensation seeking: She later ceases to behave self-destructively after a near-death experience in the episode " Last Resort ", wherein she realizes her conviction to live, agreeing to participate in a Huntington's disease drug trial and becoming more active in her attempts to prolong her life.
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Her behavior brings her colleagues to consider her someone who avoids or ignores her own personal problems and pretends that nothing is wrong. She is also shown to hide deep-seated fear; in the episode " Mirror Mirror ", a patient who mimics the personality of whomever he is talking to tells her that he is scared — when she assures him that it will be okay, he fearfully tells her that it won't be. Euthanasia[ edit ] It is revealed in " The Dig " that Thirteen euthanised her brother, who also suffered from Huntington's, out of a promise she made to him to end his life when it was time.
In " After Hours ", Thirteen risks the life of a friend to fulfill her promise to her, leading Chase to theorize that if Thirteen commits herself to keeping all her promises, she does not need to blame herself for killing her brother and can, instead, blame the promise. Thirteen later tells him he is right, and that she is scared the guilt will consume her and destroy her life.
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Sexuality[ edit ] In the episode " Don't Ever Change ", Thirteen's contempt at the idea of being categorised or oversimplified leads to both House and Foreman to assume that she is bisexualalthough she is surprised and does not respond to either of their comments.
Her sexuality, often the butt of House's jokes and sexual innuendos, remains unclear until the episode " Lucky Thirteen ". She becomes more open and blatant about her sexuality as the series progresses and her relationship with her colleagues grows, going as far to propose the idea that she might drunkenly make out with a stripper in order to gain an invite to Chase's bachelor party.
In her game of truth or dare with Wilson, she initially states that her father is supportive of her sexuality, although she later corrects this, saying he is in fact unaware and she never came out to him.
She also tells Wilson that she has never been in a threesome. Wilson seems astonished, given Thirteen's promiscuity, and former thrill-seeking behavior. She later states that she may have participated in a foursome, thereby allowing her to truthfully answer "no", to the question about a threesome.
However, at the end of the game, it is implied that nothing she has told him has been truthful, leaving her status with her father a mystery. The episode " Let Them Eat Cake " shows that as a child she resented her mother who was dying from Huntington's and she tells Chase that she knew her father was having an affair; other than this, very little is shown about her past.
She appears to be very street smart; she can easily identify a drug dealer and is also able to differentiate the taste of good quality and bad quality cocaineas well as identify typical street level drug dealer tactics employed to ensure repeat customers.
At the end of the fellowship competition, Cuddy tells House that, since he already has Eric Foreman on his team, he may only hire two additional people, so House fires Thirteen and Amber, claiming fellow applicants Chris Taub and Lawrence Kutner outperformed her, and that if he could keep Thirteen, he would.
Cuddy overrules House's decision, forcing him to accept a woman, realizing only a minute later that this had been House's plan from the start. After noticing Thirteen's oversensitivity at accidentally dropping a file in " You Don't Want To Know ", House swaps her usual decaffeinated coffee for caffeinated, causing her hands to shake and pushing her into confessing about her possible medical condition.
Where House cannot fathom the idea of Thirteen not wanting to know whether she has inherited the gene or not, Thirteen asserts the not knowing allows her to live with hope. He has her secretly tested, but Thirteen refuses to look at the results, telling House that his never-ending search for answers is because when one runs out of questions, one runs out of hope. In the fourth-season finaleThirteen takes the test and is diagnosed as having the mutated Huntington gene.
Shortly after this, she begins to display reckless behavior, having casual sex with random women, using drugs, partying late and showing up at the clinic hungover. In " Lucky Thirteen ", House fires her for her recklessness after Cuddy finds her self-administering IV fluids after a night of hard partying. However, he allows her back on his team after she manages to solve a case, which is revealed to be part of House' scheme. Her risk-taking does not stop until the episode " Last Resort ", in which she is forcibly injected with different medications and comes close to death, realizing her desire to keep living.
Following this experience, she asks Foreman to admit her to the Huntington's drug trial that he is an administrator for. Several episodes later, Foreman and Thirteen embark on a relationship, which affects Foreman's professional judgment to the extent that he fixes the drug trial, which causes serious side-effects in Thirteen. Foreman almost loses his medical license, resulting in House ordering the couple to either break up or quit. The couple fake a split and continue their relationship in secret, but come public after House discovers they are still seeing each other.
Initial relationship strains develop during the episode "Simple Explanation 5. The conflict is resolved during the funeral when Foreman reaches out for Thirteen's hand, and Thirteen, surprised by the gesture, accepts. When Foreman takes House's position in the sixth season, their relationship becomes strained due to their difficulties balancing their romantic relationship and their new employer-employee status at work. He fires Thirteen in " Epic Fail " in an attempt to save their relationship, which fails.
Thirteen initially breaks up with Foreman, but later decides to try to work things out by agreeing to a dinner with him; when, at dinner, she asks if he would have ever considered stepping down from head of the diagnostics department rather than sacrifice either her career or their relationship and Foreman replies no, she leaves him for good. In the sixth-season episode " Instant Karma ", Thirteen attempts to book a one-way flight to BangkokThailand, citing a need for a vacation.
However the tickets are mysteriously cancelled and Thirteen confronts House, Cuddy and Wilson to find out who did it. Wilson confesses to hacking Thirteen's e-mail account but it is later shown that it was really House; he is evasive about whether he did it for his own benefit, Foreman's or Thirteen's, but Wilson surmises that is it simply because he likes having her around and he needs her.
Despite his attempts to stop her from leaving, Thirteen is seen eventually boarding a plane. In the episode " Teamwork ", Thirteen has returned from Thailand and House manages to convince her to return to his team along with Chase, Taub, and Foreman.
During the season-six finale, " Help Me ", Thirteen shows up late at a differential, obviously hiding something. She leaves a letter on House's desk asking for leave, citing personal reasons; when Taub asks her if everything is okay, she replies "obviously not".
In the season-seven premiere " Now What ", Foreman reads her letter and goes through her locker, finding flight tickets as well as information on an experimental treatment for Huntington's in Rome. With her teammates believing she will be leaving for Rome the following day, Thirteen affirms her friendship with Foreman and Taub tells her he approves of her seeking any chance of getting better.
Chase offers her a sexual proposition in the same way he once did Cameronbut she turns him down and surprises him with a long embrace. The team organize to meet up and have cake to send her off, but Thirteen disappears without saying goodbye. Foreman then discovers that the clues about Rome were purposely planted by Thirteen as a red herring. This article's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed.
Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. February Learn how and when to remove this template message In the episode " Euphoria, Part 1 ", Foreman became infected with a mysterious illness.
Another patient, infected with the same condition, experiences a very painful death in front of Foreman.
In the conclusion of the episode, Cameron, acting as Foreman's medical proxy, performs a white-matter brain biopsy and the condition is revealed to be primary amoebic meningoencephalitis caused by Naegleriaa water-borne parasite that, upon being inhaled, attacks the brain.
After treatment, it appears Foreman is cured of the meningoencephalitis, but something may have gone wrong during the biopsy. Although his brain had some confusion between the left and right side of the brain, he is in recovery. Upon his return from recovery, Foreman's memory seemed to have been impaired, as he struggled to remember key medical concepts see " Forever " and could not remember how to make coffee. In the next two episodes, however, he seems to be able to once again keep up with his fellow doctors when coming up with medical theories.
When Michael Tritter offers Foreman an opportunity to win early parole for his drug-addicted, incarcerated brother, Marcus, Foreman turns it down.
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Tritter sees this as hypocrisy, citing Foreman's own criminal record, and says that while Foreman tries being compassionate to ward off House's training, he is actually just as cold and methodical as his employer. That is supported when Foreman gives his girlfriend a chance to go to a nurse practitioner school as a way to end the relationship, and she states that both he and House cannot stand to let people get close to them.
He eventually gave his two weeks' notice to quit, as he was scared that he was turning apathetic towards patients' well-being—or as he admitted in the Season 3 finale, he does not want to turn into House. House angrily countered that he was like him, and in many ways was more selfish by caring about how good he looked in the eyes of patients and by dragging out his resignation until House admitted he wanted him to stay. Foreman left without a word following this tirade.
In the episode "97 Seconds", it is shown that despite his desire to change, he is unable to break from House-like techniques, including using a whiteboard to brainstorm, but more importantly, disobeying the hospital administrator, believing that her idea is wrong and his idea will save the patient.
The only difference is that since House is a known brilliant doctor, he has earned the trust that Foreman has not yet earned. So despite the fact that Foreman's idea is right, his boss states that Foreman had no way of proving that his idea was the correct one, and if she cannot trust Foreman to obey her, he cannot stay at the hospital.
She then fires him. Cuddy then offers Foreman his old job at Princeton-Plainsboro, claiming she needs someone to help control House. At first he declines the offer, but ultimately he accepts following an extensive series of failed job interviews. He finds that his insubordination at New York Mercy has led the medical community to conclude that House has trained him to be a loose cannon with no regard for authority or procedure He rejoins the department in the episode " Mirror Mirror ", serving as Cuddy's eyes and ears on House's new team.
Though House tries to make Foreman miserable enough to quit, Foreman soon realizes that the unorthodox and rapidly changing environment of House's diagnostics team is exactly where he wants to be, and the two return to speaking terms. Though House and Foreman are more confrontational than before due to Foreman's role as a buffer for House, House clearly still respects his skills, as is evidenced in " Whatever It Takes " when he chastises his fellows for not listening to him.
In the next episode, " Joy to the World ", Foreman and Thirteen kiss passionately, but in the following episode, she expresses her wish to keep some distance.Thirteen - HIt 'Em Where It Hurts
However, they subsequently decide to pursue a romantic relationship. House repeatedly referred to them as "Foreteen," a collective nickname.
Things get complicated and Foreman and Thirteen misdiagnose the patient, until Foreman realizes the right diagnosis and finds Thirteen stopped treatment as she came to the same conclusion based on an Internet suggestion from House himself, though unknown to them. Foreman ends up firing Thirteen so he can continue dating her with no conflict of interest.
In " The Tyrant ", Chase forges test results for a patient who is an African dictator, leading to the patient's death. Foreman burns the papers that would have incriminated Chase. At the beginning of season 8 it is revealed that Foreman has taken over Cuddy's job of Dean of Medicine at Princeton-Plainsboro, performing the role for 12 months while House has been in prison. Foreman hired House back into his old position upon his release from prison. In the season 6 episode " Epic Fail ", Dr.
Foreman took over as Head of the Diagnostic Department in Dr. House was treated for psychosis and depression in Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital by Dr. Nolan, he was supposedly able to leave whenever he wanted because he had voluntarily entered the hospital.
However, House's medical license was on the line and he was not able to leave without Dr. Nolan's approval letter to allow him to practice medicine again. To prevent Cuddy from shutting the department down, Foreman asked to fill the void that House had created.
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The stress of the job and newfound authority over his former co-workers caused a strain in the relationship between Foreman and Thirteen causing them to break up, as well as leading to Taub's resignation. In " Teamwork " House's medical licence is re-instated and he is given back his title as the Head of Diagnostic Medicine at Princeton-Plainsboro and Foreman had to take his job as senior-fellow on the Diagnostic team back. February Learn how and when to remove this template message Despite his youthful offenses, Foreman initially may have been the best-adjusted of House's team.
He is shown to possess a level of leadership skills, and was temporarily appointed House's supervisor by Dr. Whether this is true is debatable, although in the episode " House Training ", he admits that he has problems with his own ego. Like House, Foreman has also been shown to be extremely honest even at the cost of hurting other people's feelings. This is evident in the episode "Sleeping Dogs Lie", in which he tells Cameron that the two of them were never friends, merely working colleagues, after she falls out with him over his writing up an article on a previous case, knowing she was already writing her own, and getting House to sign off on it while hers lay unread, leading to his article's publication.
However, during a later bout with a deadly illness see belowForeman recants this position. His sincerity, given his dying state, was unclear, and she initially refused his apology, but accepted when he was placed in a chemically induced coma. Similarly, in the episode "Resignation", he tells Chase that he's never liked him and never will. Despite these instances, later episodes such as "Wilson's Heart" and "Emancipation" demonstrate Cameron and Chase offering Foreman advice and support.
During Season Three, a change in Foreman's character, making him more sensitive to other people's feelings, can be noticed when he resists telling two interracial lovers that they are half-siblings in "Fools For Love".
During the same episode, he is accused of being against interracial relationships. Foreman makes a bet with House, saying that Dr. James Wilson is not dating a nurse in the hospital: Later, in "Needle in a Haystack", Foreman offers a Romani boy an interview for an intern job and tries to help him. The season three episode " House Training " reveals a great deal about Foreman's character.
Upon giving orders for a patient to be given immunosuppressing radiation treatment and then learning that it was nothing more than a staph infection the radiation therapy killed the patient's immune system, essentially dooming her to a painful deathhe is visibly agonized and blames himself for killing her.
Throughout the episode Foreman displays a passionately emotional side and at one point breaks down, stating that in many ways he is no better than from where he came simply because his ego has gotten in the way.