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In a video David Shore said: "Chi Mc Bride is so larger than life.
He’s literally just a physically imposing person, and we just wanted someone who could really clash with House, somebody who could be emotionally and physically and psychologically imposing as he is and could go head to head with him." Stacy Warner (Sela Ward) was Dr.
House's former live-in girlfriend (for five years), a Constitutional lawyer and Duke University graduate.
Two years after their breakup, she married Mark Warner.
Caught speeding and arrested for possession of allegedly unprescribed medication, House is thrown in jail overnight by Tritter, who searches his house the next week and finds a large amount of Vicodin.
He also interviews House's staff looking for inconsistencies in their stories.
Foreman and Cameron refuse to testify in court about House, but when Tritter talks to Chase, he makes it appear to the hospital staff as though they had had a pleasant lunch together.
Chase is concerned that this makes Foreman and Cameron think that Chase has told Tritter something, although he had refused to, his only stated reason being that he would lose his job.
Detective Michael Tritter (David Morse) is one of House's clinic patients.This page is a comprehensive listing and detailing of the various characters who appear, from time to time, in the television series House. Following the events of the season 3 finale, House began a long-running competition to select a new diagnostic team, progressively eliminating "contestants" from an original pool of 40 applicants. Edward Vogler (Chi Mc Bride) is the billionaire owner of a pharmaceutical firm and, in a season 1 story arc, became the new chairman of the board of PPTH, a position he gained through a 0 million donation to the hospital.The list is divided episode-wise, as well as character-wise, and includes recurring characters, such as Rachel Taub, and Dominika, as well as characters who appear in only a few episodes, such as Juan Alvarez (House) and Steve Mc Queen (the rat). This story arc ran throughout the first half of season 4, from "The Right Stuff" through "Games". Foreman and the three successful "contestants": Dr. Vogler sought to reshape PPTH into a testing facility for his firm's new drugs and saw House's maverick ways and blatant disregard for rules and authority figures as a substantial legal and financial liability.House proceeds to use a rectal thermometer, and his supposed reason for using the rectal thermometer over a normal mouth thermometer is Tritter's chewing of nicotine gum, since oral readings can be affected by food and drink.House then leaves the room on a pretense with the thermometer still inserted in Tritter's rectum; House intentionally never returns and Tritter endures the rectal thermometer for two hours.