The season one continued to House and his team, and to solve a medical case each episode, the season subplot revolved around billionaire Edward Vogler make a donation of $ 100 million to the hospital.Through this donation, Vogler became the new president PPTH council, however, seeing House and his team as a waste of time and resources, you reduce your payment, eventually forcing the House to shoot a member of his team.Chi McBride joined the cast as Vogler in five episodes of the series. His character is made after Universal Studios, Jeff Zucker, president threatened that the season would be interrupted for six episodes, if a boss character would not be added. While there was likely to return the character, he was hated by viewers and critics as not to revert to the show. Sela Ward, who return as the recurring character of the second season, appeared in the last two episodes as Stacy Warner, House’s ex-girlfriend.Gregory House, MD, is a misanthropic medical genius who heads a team of diagnoses in the Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital of New Jersey. Most episodes revolve around a patient’s primary diagnosis and begin with a pre-credits sequence just outside the hospital, showing the events leading to the onset of symptoms the patient The typical episode follows the team in their attempts to diagnose and treat the patient’s illness, attempts often not until the patient’s condition is critical. House department usually only treats patients who have been to doctors, but they could not even get an accurate diagnosis. House rejects cases usually is not interesting.The arguments tend to focus on unconventional medical theories and practices of the House, and the other characters reactions to them, rather than the intricacies of the treatments.The team uses the method of differential diagnosis, with House guiding the deliberations. Using a blackboard, writes and deletes Casa possible etiologies with a patient is usually misdiagnosed marker.The during the episode and treated with medication accordingly. This usually causes further complications, but eventually helps House and his team correctly diagnose the patient, the nature of the complications often provide valuable new evidence. House tends to reach the correct diagnosis, seemingly out of nowhere, often inspired by a passing remark by another character.Diagnoses range from relatively common to very rare diseases.