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Fanpop original article: The timeline of important Huddy events. even if I couldn 't pin down the actual dates (although I did my best using the above assumption). / (current; season 5) - House and Cuddy finally kiss in 5x6 (Joy). Lisa Cuddy, M.D., is a fictional character on the Fox medical drama House. She is portrayed by . Cuddy's relationship with House progressed throughout most of Season 7. In Episode 15 Finally, just before surgery to have the tumor removed , House shows up to support his girlfriend through this tough time. Cuddy realizes . Although it may seem that House and Cameron's relationship will go no is the female "proxy" for House, Wilson tells him, "Why not date you?.
It is here that Cuddy breaks off the relationship with House after confronting him regarding her suspicion of his relapse. In the Season 7 finale, an angry House rams his car into her house. She resigns as Dean of Medicine after this event with Eric Foreman eventually replacing her.
Characterization[ edit ] Cuddy was created by executive producer Bryan Singerwho had enjoyed Lisa Edelstein 's portrayal of a high-priced call girl putting herself through law school on The West Wingand sent her a copy of the pilot script.
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I want to be a hot hospital administrator. So I think she's excited by what he does and how he does it and deeply frustrated by him at the same time. You know, she can stand up to House, give it right back to him. She can be tender, she can be hurt, she can be strong I think she's probably [the favorite character for] a lot of people I've talked to. It's a powerful role. During the early fourth season of House, Cuddy received reduced screen time as the show focused on House's new fellows. Edelstein revealed that the show would return to its regular format after the season's ninth episode.
However, production was halted by the — Writers Guild of America strikewhich delayed the remainder of the season. So I'm out there picketing. So they planted that seed in the character's story so it would be possible for me as a woman to experience that. The tension and chemistry are still there. Neither one of them is actively fessing-up to looking for a relationship, but they are drawn to each other.
None of the flirtatiousness is going to go away. The stakes are very high for them. The attraction is still there. We are absolutely going to continue that. It's real and it's palpable. And it's who they are. Although they are cordial they tend to hide things from each other. As Cuddy had misgivings about House meeting her mother for a long time and how her mother hid an affair she was having for the past five years. But they are close; they have gone through a lot together.
Might there be a moment of weakness in which the two might explore their chemistry? She wouldn't forgive him over and over again if he wasn't so brilliant in her eyes, clearly she's got a soft spot for him. And he has one for her. You will continue to see that. We can't have them dancing around forever. Obviously House has feelings for her. In the closing minutes of the episode, House came very close to relapsing and taking vicodin once again, at which point Cuddy entered to tell him that she had ended her relationship with Lucas.
She professed her love for House, which led to them kissing briefly. A close-up shot of their clasped hands House's left, Cuddy's right was the closing shot of the episode, as well as the season. The relationship later ends in season 7; in the episode " Bombshells ". How Edelstein can play this in a believable way is the point where acting moves from skill to art.
The sexual tension, one hopes, is still in there somewhere. Cuddy is done trying to squelch him; now she is just shooting for managed chaos.
Which is so much more fun because it revolves more around the medicine and less around all the personal pathos of the staff. He keeps her secrets, as we saw during her baby arc.
He protects her, as seen in "The Right Stuff" when he wouldn't tell her what he was doing with his patient so that she wouldn't be liable. And he respects her. No man would stand up to Cuddy like he does if he didn't realize that he could lose every argument. House and Cuddy are not the perfect couple, but what couple is? I think, especially after the events of "House's Head" and "Wilson's Heart," House is going to need someone in his life who accepts him for who he is and understands how he thinks.
That person is Lisa Cuddy. Emily In the season-four episode "Don't Ever Change," Wilson wonders what about his relationship with Amber is bothering House so much. Later agreeing that Amber is the female "proxy" for House, Wilson tells him, "Why not date you?
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We've known each other for years, we've put up with all kinds of crap from each other, and we keep coming back! The romantic coupling of House and Wilson transforms the strongest relationship on the show to an even more dramatically rewarding one.
It's a logical progression: House and Wilson already form the most entertaining, enduring couple of House. If the plot of last season's finale and the 16 million viewers who tuned in prove anything, it's that the way House's friendship with Wilson evolves is of interest to the show's fans.
Their friendship could also be a foundation for the most complex, captivating romance primetime has seen in years. More importantly, a mutual respect exists between the two doctors that House rarely affords anyone else.
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Wilson can match House's wits, often providing the clue that solves the week's case, and together they pepper the show with humorous banter and penetrating insight that showcases their chemistry and understanding of one another. Viewers know for certain that House is invested in Wilson's welfare: Numerous subplots revolve around House's preoccupation with Wilson's love life.
For four years, we've watched House radiate jealousy towards Wilson's girlfriends and wives, most notably but not exclusively in episodes where Cuddy and Amber are seen as his competition. When Wilson lied in season three about having slept with Cuddy, House looked crestfallen—the same look he wore a year later when discovering the identity of Wilson's new girlfriend, Amber. It's not the women House wants to have to himself.
House's feelings for Wilson are evidenced subtly in episodes like "Family" and "Fools for Love," but more acutely by his uncharacteristic "I love you" to Wilson in "97 Seconds. Between House and Wilson, unending loyalty abounds while tension roils beneath the surface—all the necessary elements are there for a classic friends-turned-lovers story to finally provide House with that elusive happiness he's been missing.