Wait, so how would we add an apostrophe to the statement, "Doctor Who's House?"
Well, it wouldn't be "Doctor Whose", showing possession it would definitely be "Doctor Who's".
Doctor Who doesn't even live in a house, he lives in a black telephone box.
Dude, it's blue. And it's like, bigger than a telephone box.
It's the Tardis, a police b-Are we really talking about Doctor Who in class?
Who's House. Yes. But you can't really say Who-Is House, so you can only use this because it is a name--
Who is House?
Pretty sure he's a doctor.