Lisa Cuddy - Wikipedia
Cameron (Jennifer Morrison), Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) or, hey, what Although it may seem that House and Cameron's relationship will go no. House and Cuddy always had a very long and complex relationship. I am not a shipper nor that relationship is my area of expertise. That being said, I like all the . I did like Cuddy and House together but Stacy was obviously a .. House and Wilson triumph above all else (romantics relationship's included).
After sensing romantic feelings from House, Cuddy tells House that she would like to be friends; but he refuses, quoting that is the "last thing he wants".
In the Season 6 finale " Help Me ", House gives Cuddy an antique medical text written by her great-grandfather, which prompts her to confess that she and Lucas were engaged. Cuddy, House and House's team go to Trenton to help victims where a crane collapsed on a building. House finds a woman named Hannah who is trapped under a mountain of rubble. The first responders and Cuddy both tell House that Hannah's leg needs to be amputated for a chance of survival.
House and the girl refuse for this to happen.
House and Cuddy later get in an argument over it. Cuddy claims that the reason why he is refusing is because he is bitter over her engagement and what he went through with his leg years ago.
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During their argument, Cuddy tells him that she doesn't love him and to move on. House then decides to amputate Hannah's leg. Afterwards she is sent to the hospital but on the way she dies due to a fat embolismcaused by the amputation. With the pain he is dealing with, Hannah's death, and what Cuddy said to him earlier, when House arrives home he rips the bathroom mirror off the wall to get his stash of Vicodin.
As he gets ready to take the pills, Cuddy arrives just in time. She reveals to him that even though she was moving on with her life she can't stop thinking about him. She broke off her engagement to Lucas and tells House that she loves him and they kiss. He asks her if he is hallucinating this and she asks if he took the Vicodin.
He says no and drops the pills on the floor. They smile and kiss again. Cuddy's relationship with House progressed throughout most of Season 7. In Episode 15, "Bombshells", Cuddy discovers blood in her urine.
After several tests, Wilson finds a mass in Cuddy's kidney and schedules a biopsy to take place later in the episode. Further "imaging shows enhancing masses across multiple lobes of Cuddy's lungs",  of which Foreman points out "That's what kidney cancer looks like when it metastasizes". Cuddy realizes at the end of the episode that the only reason House was able to overcome his selfishness was because he had taken Vicodin before visiting her in the hospital.
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.House & Cuddy - First Kiss
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.
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.
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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.
It is through interactions with Cameron that we see glimpses of House's humanity. House has shared some of the most intimate details of his life with Cameron, such as revealing to her willingly what his parents are like and describing his relationship with them.
We have seen him be sincere and caring without prompting another character, exemplified when House says to Cameron that he is proud of her and also when Cameron disclosed to House about her husband in college. House has always given his most endearing and intense looks to Cameron—whether it is in the hallway in "No Reason" or the look they share when Cameron helps House with his arm sling in "Whac-A-Mole. Cameron has accepted House for who he is and has defended him numerous times to her fellow ducklings and even to Wilson and Cuddy, who always have plans for teaching House humility—Cameron to Cuddy: I would love to watch a relationship between these two unique characters and see how much more we can learn about them and how their relationship will blossom.
And if all else fails, we just have to remember that House kissed back! They are intelligent, quick-witted, passionate and, perhaps most importantly, they carry quite the healthy respect for one another. Little about them is sappy. They know where they stand in the world and aren't afraid to speak their minds.
I'm Still Not Over... House and Cuddy's terrible relationship
The only thing I hate about their story is that it was only able to last pages. Therefore, one must turn to modern couples on television to fill the void that Benedick and Beatrice have left behind. As it happens, I've only found one such couple to sate my need for snappy snark: Gregory House and Lisa Cuddy.
While I respect and understand the other House ships, it's very hard for me to imagine House with anyone but Cuddy No one has come closer than Cuddy to understanding how House's mind works—not even Wilson, as was evident after House's ketamine treatment and during the Tritter drama. She gets that he's never going to fit the mold, no matter how hard anyone tries to get him to, and she respects that.
And how could anyone doubt the love Cuddy has for House after that smile at the end of the episode "Ugly"?
Or how she was holding his hand at the end of "Wilson's Heart"? And House loves Cuddy. 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.