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DetoxHouse M.D. : Season 1 Episode 11


However, Wilson defends House when House's career is in jeopardy, after billionaire entrepreneur and then chairman of Princeton-Plainsboro's Board Edward Vogler (Chi McBride) proposes a motion for House's dismissal.[6] Wilson is the only one to vote against the motion. In response, Vogler proposes and succeeds in obtaining Wilson's dismissal, but Wilson is soon reinstated thanks to Cuddy after she convinces the board that Vogler is the real threat to the hospital and his money is not worth his business-obsessed mindset.[6] In a third-season episode, it is revealed that Wilson suffers from clinical depression and takes medication.[23] Wilson is also seen to write with his left hand, a trait he shares with Cuddy and Foreman,[24] but when he performs detailed medical work, such as injections or incisions, or gesticulates while speaking, appears to be right-handed in general, suggesting he may be ambidextrous.




DetoxHouse M.D. : Season 1 Episode 11



Andre Braugher's fame exploded after 2013 when Dan Goor and Michael Schur's sitcom, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," became a hit. Yet before that, he appeared in many acclaimed movies and TV shows, too. One of which was Season 6 of "House M.D.," where he played the titular character's therapist and treating physician at Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital. Although he only showed up in three episodes throughout the season, his role was crucial in House's recovery over the course of one year. The therapy sessions between the two helped the viewers understand the diagnostician's struggle with constant pain and addiction.


Shortly after a medical convention in New Orleans that he attended after graduating medical school, Wilson accidentally broke an antique mirror and started a bar fight when a random man repeatedly played "Leave A Tender Moment Alone" by Billy Joel to the frustration of Wilson, who was going through a divorce with his first wife at the time.[15] Out of interest, House bailed him out and hired an attorney to clear his name, thus starting their professional relationship.[15] In the season 1 episode "Histories", it is revealed that one of his brothers is homeless and that Wilson is unaware if he is still alive as he has not seen him in nine years.[16] Wilson has a history of failed marriages:[17] he is married to his third wife during the show's first season and, with the discovery of his wife's infidelity, separates from her during the second season.[18] After the failure of his third marriage, Wilson lives in various temporary accommodations (including a stint at House's own apartment) until he meets Amber Volakis, who is a female subsitute for House.[19] He is described as "nearly 40" in Don't Ever Change. Wilson and House's relationship has been sorely tested on many occasions.


However, Wilson defends House when House's career is in jeopardy, after billionaire entrepreneur and then chairman of the hospital board Edward Vogler (Chi McBride) proposes a motion for House's dismissal.[6] Wilson is the only one to vote against the motion. In response, Vogler proposes and succeeds in obtaining Wilson's dismissal from the board, but Wilson is soon reinstated thanks to Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) after she convinces the board that Vogler is the real threat to the hospital and his money is not worth the business-obsessed mindset with which he tries to rule the hospital.[6] In a late season three episode it is revealed that Wilson suffers from clinical depression and uses a prescription for his illness.[22] Wilson is also seen to be left-handed, a trait he shares with Cuddy and Foreman. [23]


In the season's 15th episode "Private Lives", House discovers that Wilson, in his youth, had been an actor in some scenes of a porn movie called "Feral Pleasures", and throughout the episode, after House hangs posters of the movie all over the hospital in a jealous rage, people start using a phrase that Wilson's character said in one of those scenes: "Be not afraid. The forest nymphs have taught me how to please a woman".[31] In addition, Wilson proposes a joke marriage to House in "The Down Low". 041b061a72


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