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Transplant (House)

House episode
Episode no. Season 8
Episode 2
Directed by Dan Attias
Written by David Foster
Liz Friedman
Original air date October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10)
Guest actors

"Transplant" is the second episode of the eighth season of the American television medical drama series House and the 157th overall episode of the series and features the introduction of Charlyne Yi as Dr. Chi Park. It aired on Fox Network in the United States on October 10, 2011.


After the events in "Liza Snyder) needs. House is working in medicine again, but he realizes that many things have changed: he now has a tiny office, has a limited supply of Vicodin, lost his team (Chase, Taub and Thirteen have all left for greener pastures), and his relationship with Wilson is challenged once again. For his "team", House is forced to work on the case with smart yet timid resident Dr. Chi Park (Charlyne Yi). House and Dr. Park are left with one last option to examine the patient's medical history that could compromise House's conditional agreement with the hospital. Meanwhile, House tries to get back his relationship with Wilson.

In the end, Foreman gets House part of his old office back. Wilson enters the office, punches House to the ground to get even with him, and they reconcile.


The AV Club gave this episode a B rating.[1]


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  1. ^,63082/ The AV Club The Onion

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