February 28, 2012 by  

Season Four Marathon Will Continue on Saturday, March 3 at 10AM ET/PT

NEW YORK – February 28, 2012 – Oxygen’s weekly “House” marathon continues with season three and four episodes on Friday, March 2 beginning at 8PM ET/PT. Fans have a second chance to catch the season four marathon on Saturday, March 3 at 10 AM ET/PT. Viewers can tweet with fellow “House” fans by using #House and follow the drama with @oxygen on Twitter.

“House” is a quirky medical drama starring Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House, an unconventional medical genius who heads a team of doctors at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey. The critically acclaimed series has won several awards, including five Primetime Emmy® Awards, two Golden Globe® Awards, a Peabody Award and nine People’s Choice Awards.

The following episodes will air on Friday, March 2 beginning at 8PM ET/PT:

“Human Error”

A Cuban couple attempt to get to America by raft in order to see House about the wife’s heart condition. When she gets worse, House wonders if someone on his staff is at fault. Meanwhile, Foreman prepares to leave and his departure threatens to shake up the entire team.


With his diagnostic team gone, House tries to diagnose a young woman who survived an office building collapse. With the condition getting worse, Cuddy puts pressure on House to hire a new team, but instead attempts a differential diagnosis with help from the janitor.

“The Right Stuff”

House reluctantly agrees to interview potential new team members and does so in his own way. As he tests them, he is approached by Greta, a NASA training program candidate, who is having neurological issues and begs House to help her in private. House takes Greta’s case to his applicants, pitting them against one another as they compete to come up with an accurate diagnosis.

“97 Seconds”

The candidates for House’s team are now two teams of five women and five men, competing on diagnosing and treating a wheelchair-bound man. Meanwhile House does experiments on himself to test what happens after death, and Foreman, at another hospital, is treating his team in a House-like manner.

“Guardian Angels”

House finds that some of his own fellowship students will do whatever it takes as they deal with a woman who believes she can talk to the dead.

“Mirror, Mirror”

House deals with a patient who mirrors the personality of anyone he meets. Meanwhile, Foreman is put in charge of overseeing the fellowship candidates.

Oxygen’s “House” marathon continues on Saturday, March 3 beginning at 10AM ET/PT with the following episodes:

“Whatever It Takes”

Based on little information and not having a medical history of a mystery patient sent by the CIA, House uses unorthodox methods to diagnose and treat the patient. Meanwhile the remaining candidates are questioning Foreman’s judgment.


A film crew and the candidates are following around House distracting him while he is trying to diagnose a teenager who suffers from a heart attack prior to a serious plastic surgery.

“You Don’t Want To Know”

House treats a magician but comes to believe he’s faking illness to cover up his own incompetence. Meanwhile, House pits the fellows against each other in his version of an immunity challenge.

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