By People Staff
Updated November 07, 2007 12:00 AM
Credit: Photo: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/FOX

OK, let’s get the bad news out of the way first: In last night’s episode of House, we didn’t get a lot of Dr. House’s entertaining interaction with the rest of the staff due to the fact that he was whisked away by the CIA (yes, really!) to work on “the case of the poisoned spy who actually just overdosed on Brazil nuts.”

And now for the very good news: Doc’s got a possible love interest! Sparks positively flew when our favorite pill-popping curmudgeon met Dr. Samira Terzi, the CIA’s in-house resident played by the drop-dead gorgeous Michael Michele. Lucky for the increasingly lonely Dr. House (and for us) it looks like Ms. Michele will become a permanent addition to the diagnostic team at Princeton… Plainsboro, assuring Hugh Laurie more come-hither one liners such as, “You know I happen to have a position available on my penis.”

Tell us: Are you psyched Michael Michele’s character is taking House up on his job offer? And do you think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship, or an endless flirtation? –Caryn Midler

Photo: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/FOX