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He does seem to suggest to last girlfriend Sam also his first wife that he wants a child with her in Season 7 , as when she says she should get a puppy, he replies, "Or pregnant.
He has been treated for clinical depression. Although he cares deeply for House, he often goes behind his back in attempts to help him.
For example, although Cuddy proposed the bet to House that he give up Vicodin for a week in order to reduce his clinic duty, it was Wilson's idea. Wilson has gone to extreme lengths to protect and support House, as well as enable House's abusive and manipulative behavior:.
Wilson is one of three brothers. He has an undergraduate degree from McGill University, and graduate degrees from Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania.
He is Jewish. Shortly after a medical convention in New Orleans, after graduating medical school, Wilson accidentally broke an antique mirror and started a bar fight when another customer repeatedly played "Leave A Tender Moment Alone" by Billy Joel to the frustration of Wilson, who was going through a divorce with his first wife at the time.
Out of interest, House bailed him out and hired an attorney to clear his name, thus starting both their professional and personal relationship. In the Season 1 episode "Histories", it is revealed that one of his brothers is homeless and that Wilson is unaware if he is still alive as he has not seen him in nine years.
Wilson has a history of failed marriages: he is married to his third wife during Season 1 and, with the discovery of his wife's infidelity, separates from her during Season 2.
After the failure of his third marriage, Wilson lives in various temporary accommodies as including a stint at House's own apartment until he meets Amber Volakis, who is a female substitute for House.
Wilson and House's relationship has been sorely tested on many occasions. Wilson did well in school and was also talented athletically, he was the captain of his high school's varsity tennis team and also played the sport in college.
His tastes in activities are preppy and possibly motivated by his desire to please other people and build camaraderie with his fellow doctors, as he also plays squash and has several golf trophies.
Wilson has ties to both McGill University he is often seen wearing a sweatshirt from the university and the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University he has a Surgical Degree from it in his office.
It is reasonable to presume he went to McGill as an undergraduate and Columbia for medical school. He also has a degree from the University of Pennsylvania where he did his specialty training in Oncology.
During this time, Wilson was trying to deal with the demands of his brother Danny Wilson , a student at Princeton University who was on medication for his schizophrenia.
Danny had a habit of calling James to complain about his treatment by the professors as the medication Danny took did not totally eliminate his paranoia.
However, on one occasion, James was desperately trying to study and hung up on Danny. During his later part of medical school, he met and married his first wife, Sam Carr.
It appears Sam was about a year ahead of him and that they married in medical school. The marriage was strained as Sam took an unpaid intern ship after medical school, leaving James to work two jobs to pay the bills as well as continuing to attend to his final year of medical school.
Shortly after graduating from medical school, Wilson decided to take some time off to attend a medical convention in New Orleans, Louisiana before starting his own internship.
While he was at the convention, his wife had him served with divorce papers the first time he knew Sam was dissatisfied with their marriage.
He got into an altercation and hurled a glass into an antique mirror. He was soon arrested and taken to jail. However, he was soon rescued by a doctor who had also been at the convention who had been following him around, Gregory House.
House became intrigued with Wilson when he saw him carrying around a parcel from a divorce attorney all weekend without opening it.
He followed him to the bar and bailed him out of jail. They spent the rest of the weekend drinking together and soon became fast friends.
Unfortunately, due to a misunderstanding, Wilson never attended to plead to the charges and a Louisiana warrant was issued for his arrest.
Wilson completed his internship and residency in oncology , becoming board certified. He soon found romance with a new partner, Bonnie Wilson.
Wilson enjoyed substantial career success as an oncologist. One day, House called him to let him know that Princeton-Plainsboro was looking for a new oncologist and thought it would be fun to work together.
Wilson jumped at the chance, but not for the reason House thought — since Danny had disappeared in Princeton, Wilson took the opportunity to look in homeless shelters for him.
He kept this secret from House for years. By then he had a small farm near Carlisle , Pennsylvania, was handling cases in eight local counties, became a founding trustee of Dickinson College , and was lecturing at The Academy and College of Philadelphia.
During this time in he was elected to membership of the American Philosophical Society and a few years later from he was the vice-president of the society.
Rachel died in , and in he married Hannah Gray, daughter of Ellis Gray and Sarah D'Olbear; the marriage produced a son named Henry, who died at age three.
It presented his views that all power derived from the people. Yet, he wrote that the people owed their allegiance to the British king: "A denial of the legislative authority of the British parliament over America is by no means inconsistent with that connexion, which ought to subsist between the mother country and her colonies.
However, it was actually penned in , perhaps the first cogent argument to be formulated against the authority of the Crown.
Some see Wilson as a leading revolutionary while others see him as another reluctant, elite revolutionary reacting to the stream of events determined by the radicals on the ground.
As a member of the Continental Congress in , Wilson was a firm advocate for independence. Believing it was his duty to follow the wishes of his constituents, Wilson refused to vote until he had caucused his district.
Only after he received more feedback did he vote for independence. While serving in the Congress, Wilson was clearly among the leaders in the formation of French policy.
On October 4, , the Fort Wilson Riot began. After the British had abandoned Philadelphia, Wilson successfully defended at trial 23 people from property seizure and exile by the radical government of Pennsylvania.
Wilson and 35 of his colleagues barricaded themselves in his home, later nicknamed Fort Wilson. In the fighting that ensued, six died, and 17 to 19 were wounded.
Wilson closely identified with the aristocratic and conservative republican groups, multiplied his business interests, and accelerated his land speculation.
He became involved with the Illinois-Wabash Company during the War for Independence and was made its president in He also took a position as Advocate General for France in America —83 , dealing with commercial and maritime matters, and legally defended Loyalists and their sympathizers.
He held this post until his death in One of the most prominent lawyers of his time, Wilson was the most learned of the Framers of the Constitution.
Wilson used his understanding of civic virtue as defined by the Scottish Enlightenment , to help design the executive branch.
The challenge was to design a properly constituted executive that was fit for a republic and based on civic virtue by the general citizenry.
He spoke 56 times, calling for a chief executive who would be energetic, independent, and accountable. He believed that the moderate level of class conflict in American society produced a level of sociability and inter-class friendships that could make the presidency the symbolic leader of the entire American people.
Wilson did not consider the possibility of bitterly polarized political parties. He saw popular sovereignty as the cement that held America together linking the interests of the people and of the presidential administration.
The president should be a man of the people who embodied the national responsibility for the public good and provided transparency or accountability by being a highly visible national leader, as opposed to numerous largely anonymous congressmen.
Wilson's most lasting impact on the country came as a member of the Committee of Detail , which wrote out the first draft of the United States Constitution.
He wanted senators and the president to be popularly elected. He also proposed the Three-Fifths Compromise , which made only three-fifths of the South's slave population total to be counted for purposes of distributing taxes and apportioning representation in the House and Electoral College.
Along with James Madison , he was perhaps the best versed of the framers in the study of political economy.
He understood clearly the central problem of dual sovereignty nation and state and held a vision of an almost limitless future for the United States.
Wilson addressed the Convention times. Benjamin Rush , called Wilson's mind "one blaze of light. Though not in agreement with all parts of the final, necessarily compromised Constitution, Wilson stumped hard for its adoption, leading Pennsylvania, at its ratifying convention, to become the second state behind Delaware to accept the document.
His October 6, , "speech in the statehouse yard" delivered in the courtyard behind Independence Hall has been seen as particularly important in setting the terms of the ratification debate, both locally and nationally.
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