House (2004–2012)
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Everybody Dies 

Treating a drug addict patient results in House examining his life, his future and confronting his own personal demons.

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David Shore

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David Shore (created by), David Shore | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hugh Laurie ... Dr. Gregory House
Omar Epps ... Dr. Eric Foreman
Robert Sean Leonard ... Dr. James Wilson
Jesse Spencer ... Dr. Robert Chase
Peter Jacobson ... Dr. Chris Taub
Odette Annable ... Dr. Jessica Adams
Charlyne Yi ... Dr. Chi Park
Olivia Wilde ... Dr. Remy 'Thirteen' Hadley
James Le Gros ... Oliver
Karolina Wydra ... Dominika House
Jennifer Crystal Foley ... Rachel Taub
Zena Grey ... Ruby
Diane Baker ... Blythe House
Andre Braugher ... Dr. Darryl Nolan
Anne Dudek ... Dr. Amber Volakis
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Treating a drug addict patient results in House examining his life, his future and confronting his own personal demons.

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Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 May 2012 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Lisa Edelstein did not return for the shows finale. See more »

Quotes

Dr. James Wilson: He was my friend. The thing you have to remember, the thing you can't forget, is that Gregory House saved lives. He was a healer, and, and in the end...
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Dr. James Wilson: House was an ASS. He mocked anyone - patients, co-workers, his dwindling friends, anyone who didn't measure up to his insane ideals of integrity. He claimed to be on some heroic quest for truth, but the truth is he was a bitter jerk who liked making people miserable, and he proved that by dying selfishly numbed by narcotics without a ...
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Connections

Features General Hospital: Episode #1.12527 (2012) See more »

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Enjoy Yourself (It's Later than You Think)
Written by Carl Sigman (music) and Herb Magidson (lyrics)
Performed by Louis Prima & Keely Smith
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Uncaptivating
23 May 2012 | by eadon-comSee all my reviews

I must admit I have had a fascination with House over the last years and it has been generally superb. In this series 8 I felt that the team were not engaging, I did not care about the characters apart from House himself. Most of the fun of House was watching other character's reactions to the antics of House himself. But with his present team, I did not care whether they were shocked or not. And therein the magic went away. But House himself is iconic. Any episode where the plot did not focus on him was dull. There was no tension between Foreman and House, like there was with Cuddy, bad acting by foreman - no presence. Chase was indifferent and too old to be an acolyte, so was the short guy and the Chinese girl, who was actually pretty irritating and not in a love to hate her kind of way, but in a bad acting, no chemistry, kind of way. The short whiney doctor was tedious. It's a shame about series 8, but it was worth watching for the occasional moment of ingenious dialogue and crazy antics, all of them involving the lead character. The tension was gone though compared to previous years. In previous years there was the odd duff episode, but in this series there was the odd good episode in relative mediocrity. All in all though, seasons 1 to 6 were really entertaining, with the original team being the best, in terms of chemistry. For the finale, it was a failed attempt, with the presence of previous cast members reminding us that the show was well past its hey day. The best finale was the one with the bus, that was superb. And the finale of the first series, where House rips open a patient with a saw, - seeing the reaction of his team - priceless. There was nothing much here that moved me, intellectually or emotionally.


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