However, in the finale of season seven, House drives his car into Cuddy’s front room in anger and their relationship successfully ends. A significant plot component is House’s use of Vicodin to handle ache, attributable to an infarction within the quadriceps muscle of his proper leg 5 years before the show’s first season, which also forces him to use a cane.
The collection ends with House and Wilson driving off into the countryside on bikes, as Dr. Chase takes over House’s department. Wilson attempts to vary House’s drug habits, with little success. After Cuddy makes a wager to prove House is hooked on Vicodin, House concedes to Wilson that he has an addiction but says that the dependancy just isn’t an issue.
House has typically credited guitarist/songwriter Eric Clapton and composer Giacomo Puccini as his biggest musical influences, drawing parallels to those of Hugh Laurie’s. House …