The series began on the 5th so successful season in the U. As we know the character of our forgotten Wilde, the internal "Thirteen" is bisexual, a fact for which she faces many jokes House, we wonder whether this season, we'll see some lesbian scene, or if it will have some romance with a woman in the series. To answer these and other questions of the new season, we have an interview with Olivia Wilde, where we will talk a little bit of everything, from her work for the campaign of Obama on her character and as it faces the disease was diagnosed at the end of the last season Huntington Korea and CARE to this, jokingly says something about a lesbian relationship in the new season. Well, what was really fascinating was that when we went to Iowa to caucus, we were welcomed with open arms, as House actors — House is apparently really big in Iowa, which was kind of a shock to me. We were in the middle of nowhere, and these House fans were, you know, chasing us around Wal-mart. But they also welcomed us as Obama supporters because there was a lot of enthusiasm there, particularly among the young people.
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Remy " Thirteen " Hadley , M. She is part of the new diagnostic team assembled by Dr. Gregory House after the disbanding of his previous team in the third-season finale. The show depicts Thirteen as a secretive character who does not divulge personal information; her surname was not used on the show until the fourth season's penultimate episode " House's Head ", nor her given name until the fifth-season episode " Emancipation ". Instead, several of the character's traits are implied before they are depicted as true.
Remy Beauregard Hadley was a major character on House from the fourth season onwards. She is best and commonly known as "Thirteen" due to her number card during eliminations for the fellowship when she was a job applicant at the beginning of Season Four. Though Dr. Hadley maintains a general refusal to discuss personal matters in most situations, it was confirmed that she was bisexual. Thirteen suffered from a genetic condition called Huntington's Chorea, a recurring plot during her tenure on the show.