House is an American television series about a medical diagnostician, which has gathered a huge audience and has crowds of fans around the world. The series has eight seasons, and during the show has received a huge number of various awards. However, all good things are coming to an end, and the writers decided to put an end to the story of the genius doctor.
According to fans of the series, the ending came out unexpected. Dr. House, upset by the departure of his fictitious wife, Dominica, who received a green card, comes to work with Wilson, his oncologist friend. House complains about his problems, and Wilson informs him that he has cancer.
Wilson is looking for a doctor to prescribe aggressive treatment for his second stage thymoma. He bypasses several oncologists who offer chemotherapy that can spare his immune system. However, the patient is determined. Wilson buys equipment that will allow him to conduct radio and chemotherapy on his own. House learns of a friend's decision and offers to help with the procedure.
Although a third of patients would not have endured such a combination of procedures, Wilson survives. You can find out if aggressive treatment also worked in a week. The oncologist decides to become a narcissistic reckless driver, buys a red sports car and goes to another state to see the love of his youth. House accompanies him on the trip. Along the way, Wilson wins a glutton contest by eating a two-kilogram steak and has sex with two girls, one of whom steals his wallet. After that, the oncologist, overtaking the funeral ceremony, flies off the road and crashes the car. Friends go to the bus stop, where they meet an old woman who has lost her memory. House offers to leave the elderly woman and go by taxi, but Wilson stays with her, realizing that he has chosen not his role.
The MRI showed that the treatment did not work, and Wilson decides to give up further attempts. He has five to six months to live. House takes this news very painfully, trying with all his might to force his friend to change his mind. He hires actors to play Wilson's former patients, but the oncologist notices the deception. Foreman, trying to support House, gives him tickets to the game, but an angry House flushes them down the toilet. As a result, the drain clogs up and the ceiling collapses in the office, injuring Dr. Adams, Pak, and the patient, as well as breaking the MRI machine. House faces a prison sentence that will last longer than Wilson's sentence.
House is receiving treatment for a heroin addict. An ingenious diagnostician in despair decides to drown his mental pain with a hard drug. After that, he wakes up in a burning building. In a delirium, his deceased and living colleagues, as well as his ex-wife Stacy, come to him, who persuade him to get out of the burning house. Meanwhile, Wilson and Foreman are looking for the missing House. They arrive at the building and see House's silhouette in a room engulfed in flames. At this moment, a burning beam falls on him.
At House's funeral, Wilson is the last to speak. While other colleagues tried to highlight the best features of the deceased, the oncologist breaks down and begins to accuse his friend of a bad temper. At this time, an SMS message with the text "Shut up" comes to his mobile. After the funeral, Wilson goes home and sees House sitting on the steps. The diagnostician faked his death by taking a corpse in the morgue and replacing the dental cards. Friends hit the road to spend the remaining months together.