House: Spoilers for Episode 4.11 "Frozen"
House: Spoilers for Episode 4.11 "Frozen"
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
As reported earlier, the 11th episode of House's fourth season will be taking the coveted spot immediately following Super Bowl XLII on Sunday, February 3 on FOX.  This upcoming episode entitled “Frozen” is much-awaited by fans, not just because it's the second to the last installment before the season wraps up, but also because it centers on Wilson' love life.

Read on for more spoilers on the upcoming episode of House.
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“Frozen” features Academy-award winning actress Mina Sorvino as she plays Dr. Cate Milton, a psychiatrist doing research at the South Pole.  When she becomes ill in the middle of her assignment, she and Dr. House are forced to engage in a long-distance relationship of sorts. Trapped and unable to seek additional medical attention and supplies, she must allow House and his team resort to a very unconventional method of diagnosis by treating her via webcam.

In an effort to save the isolated doctor, House and his team walk her through a series of makeshift and painful diagnostic tests she must perform on herself.  As expected, Cate is reluctant to do House's every recommendation and is unwilling to jeopardize precious station medical supplies until he can give compelling verification for his diagnoses each step of the way.  While House and his team helplessly watch her condition worsen, House's usually icy behavior unexpectedly softens as he looks for ways to save her life.

Meanwhile, House also does some detective work of his own and is surprised to learn who Wilson has been dating.  According to TV Guide, Wilson's new girlfriend has a very familiar face.  Fans will have to stay tuned to find out next Sunday at 10/9c.

House stars Hugh Laurie as Gregory House, Jennifer Morrison as Allison Cameron, Jesse Spencer as Robert Chase, Lisa Edelstein as Lisa Cuddy, Omar Epps as Eric Foreman, and Robert Sean Leonard as James Wilson.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: FOX, TV Guide
(Image courtesy of FOX)

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