A Love Restrained (All The Broken Pieces Remix) by topaz_eyes - R
James Wilson never means to be careless, but everything is made of glass.
A Modest Proposal by ignazwisdom - NC-17
Tritter's case against House still depends on subpoenaed testimony from Wilson. To save House from losing everything, the doctors of PPTH decide on an unusual solution, which in turn leads to unexpected consequences. This is a story about the sacrifices we make that turn out not to be such great sacrifices after all.
A Temporary Insanity by kantayra - PG
Wilson is House's Valentine... sort of.
Acceptable Terms by rubberbutton - PG-13
So...why does House ruin all of Wilson’s relationships?
Addictive Personalities by sayshe8ed - PG-13
Vicodin is not Greg House's only addiction.
All The Effects Of Intoxication by Otter - PG-13
When Wilson crawls out of bed in the morning, there's a technicolor hickey over the point of his hip, and he moves gingerly, trying not to jostle his hangover.
And If He Left Off Dreaming About You by _starrystarry - R
Actually, this isn't true.
And Rock And Roll by Tashaelizabeth - R
Why Wilson should learn to knock.
Blow The Candles Out by Syal - R
Another year older, another year wiser, another divorce lurking just around the corner.
Blue Cotton by basingstoke
Broken Only Once by cryptictac - PG
There was only one time that House had ever let Wilson see him cry.
Burn by stealth__grrl - PG
Wilson doesn't like the burning. House just wants a sandwich.
Comfort Zone by nakeno and recrudescence - R
Over time, their lives and things and relationship just coalescing into one place.
Crossing Borders by ignazwisdom - PG
Apologies are offered, and someone makes an unusual suggestion. Post-WaM.
Damage Control by Adrienne S. - PG-13
Post Half-Wit. House watches Wilson do damage control after his actions.
Defensive Strategies by Milkshake Butterfly - R
In which Wilson has a problem, House has a cunning plan, girls hunt in packs, chocolate cake has unexpected dangers, furniture is unintentionally ordered, several conversations occur, and dinner is repeatedly served.
Definitions by nakannalee - PG
A reflection with some "missing" scenes from the first and second seasons.
Excessive Tape and Major Miracles by barely_bean - PG
Wilson took a deep breath. "Just everything in my life doesn't have to do with you," he said softly, looking everywhere but at House.
Explication of a Prefix by aheartfulofyou - PG-13
To clear away all obscurity or doubt, of the beginning.
Five Things... by simple__man - PG
Five things House wants to do with his cane.
Four Blocks South Of Eden by Syal - NC-17
If you wanted paradise, you're a little off.
Four Times James Wilson Heard Gregory House Play the Piano (And One Time He Didn't) by bironic - PG
The first time Wilson heard House play the piano was also the first time he was invited to House and Stacy's apartment.
Futile by asynca - PG-13
A rough speculation about what may have happened had House visited Wilson's hotel room directly after the events in Merry Little Christmas.
Glass by cryptictac - PG
There’s a silence about Wilson that’s as cold and hard as clear glass.
Going Home by Mer - PG
Wilson discovers that you can go home, as long as you know where home is.
How To Fly by moony - PG
House avoids Cuddy. Wilson finds him. Hijinks ensue. Or maybe just a conversation.
Leave This Harbor For The Sea by Otter - PG-13
House was never the kind of friend who'd help you move, even when he'd had two good legs, not to mention two good arms perfectly capable of lifting boxes.
Letters Of Transit by nightdog_barks - PG-13
Wilson is Wilson, no matter where or when.
Luminosity by elicia8 - R
Wilson says the three words House doesn't want to hear.
Not Quite A Craving by cobweb_diamond - PG
House plays piano, and wants.
Paper Moon by cryptictac - PG-13
Wilson is stuck in a life he no longer wants to be in.
Passage On The River Styx by earlwyn - PG-13
Everything has an equal and opposite reflection.
Relevance by Topaz Eyes - PG
The relevance of irrelevant things.
Sedated by earlwyn - PG
Somebody has to get Wilson out of his current living situation. House devises a plan. It's not, uh, exactly ethical. Interesting consequences result.
Shipwreck by nightdog_barks - PG-13
House and Wilson listen to jazz and drift with the tide.
Somniloquy by elicia8 - R
After Wilson's father dies, Wilson's mother asks him to clean out the basement, and House gets to come along.
Strawberries by elicia8 - R
House and Wilson go strawberry picking.
Stumble by Ivory Novelist - PG-13
Just when House thinks he's got nothing else to live for, he's reminded that he's still got something to lose.
The Halfway Point by earlwyn - PG-13
House is curious and bored: dangerous combination. There's also Wilson, some Ho-Hos, Goofy boxers and My Little Pony collections involved. They may or may not be related.
The Registry by deelaundry - PG
Wilson and House work on their gift registry.
the slow pace of the body that skin is by alibi_factory
the lone and level sands
The Unbelievable (or, Why People In Glass Offices Should Take Better Care Of Their Blinds) by miarr - PG-13
prophecy ; Captain Forehead ; demon ; apocalypse ; brood
The Waiting (is unbearable) by wanttobeatree - PG-13
It's the quietest apocalypse you've ever seen.
Then, Now, Eventually (1, 2, 3) by amazonqueenkate - R
James gets swept up in it all, every time it happens.
Things To Do Before You Die by thedeadparrot - PG-13
In which Wilson turns thirty-eight and a half, thinks about kittens, and doesn't have a midlife crisis. But not necessarily in that order.
Truth and Consequences by Adrienne S. - PG-13
House finds there are consequences to his actions.
Untouchable by bironic - R
After Atlantic City, Wilson seeks comfort at House's apartment and asks a question of his own.
What Works by gena fisher - PG
Wilson said he has only two things that work for him, but he lied.
Wilson Vs. Can Opener by maverickgenius - PG
Every year, ten thousand left-handed Americans are injured using products meant for the right-handed population. As Wilson is about to learn, they were probably all using can openers.
You Already Know (How This Will End) by fourteencandles - R
This goes off-track at "Merry Little Christmas" -- it's a 'what if House had gone to rehab' story, told in 50 parts, from different points of view.
updated November 29th, 2007