In episode 15 of season four (“House’s Head”), Cuddy refers to her as “Dr. Hadley”. In episode 8 of season 5 (“Emancipation”), she reveals she is known as Remy.
She is hurt when House, who was going via Vicodin withdrawal, tells her it is a good factor she has didn’t turn into a mom, as she would suck at it. When House’s career is threatened by Detective Michael Tritter (David Morse), Cuddy falsifies documents and perjures herself in courtroom to cover up his wrongdoing. Although the producers gave the character a full name, and advised Wilde what it was, they selected to maintain it a secret from the viewers as a part of the continued relationship between the character and House. Before the character’s name was revealed, none of the actors, apart from Wilde herself, knew it.
- Dr. Nolan at one point even took House to a gathering in an effort to make House speak in confidence to folks.
- Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), the title character, was educated at Johns Hopkins University and heads the Department of Diagnostic Medicine.
- House describes himself as “a board-certified diagnostician with a double specialty of infectious disease and nephrology”.
- To help handle his ache House finds a brief-lived pastime in cooking.
- Thirteen (Remy Hadley), Cuddy, and Wilson discover House is very good at his new interest, attributing this to House thinking of elements when it comes to chemistry.
- All of them play medical doctors who work on the fictional Princeton–Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey.
While Foreman’s return means only two slots are open, House tricks Cuddy into permitting him to hire three new assistants. He in the end selects Dr. Chris Taub (Peter Jacobson), a former plastic surgeon; Dr. Lawrence Kutner (Kal Penn), a sports activities medication specialist; and Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley (Olivia Wilde), an internist (nicknamed for her quantity within the elimination contest). In the season finale, Thirteen discovers she has, as she had lengthy dreaded, inherited Huntington’s illness from her mother, which is incurable. Laurie later revealed that he initially thought the present’s central character was Dr. James Wilson.
In later season five episodes, the character is sometimes known as “Dr. Hadley” although she remains to be predominantly known as “Thirteen” by her colleagues. In the sixth-season episode “Instant Karma”, Thirteen makes an attempt to e-book a one-means flight to Bangkok, Thailand, citing a necessity for a vacation. However the tickets are mysteriously cancelled and Thirteen confronts House, Cuddy and Wilson to seek out out who did it.
Amber admits to feeling threatened by how Thirteen’s unusually secretive nature is fascinating to the prying House, who in season seven tells Thirteen she has the best “sport face” he has ever seen. In the episode “Lockdown” Thirteen spends the episode engaged in a recreation of fact or dare with James Wilson, however at the end it is implied that every thing she has said has been a lie. In 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Laurie was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Despite his attempts to stop her from leaving, Thirteen is seen ultimately boarding a plane. In the episode “Teamwork”, Thirteen has returned from Thailand and House manages to persuade her to return to his staff along with Chase, Taub, and Foreman. In the fourth-season finale, Thirteen takes the test and is diagnosed as having the mutated Huntington gene. Shortly after this, she begins to show reckless habits, having casual intercourse with random women, utilizing drugs, partying late and showing up at the clinic hungover.