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House stars Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House, a brilliant diagnostician who thrives on the challenge of solving medical puzzles to save lives. In the Season 3 finale, the set-in-his-ways House was confronted with a series of major changes to his team – neurologist Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps) left Princeton Plainsboro because he didn't want to turn into House; House randomly fired old-money intensivist Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer), claiming he learned everything he's going to learn during the past three years, or nothing at all; and immunologist Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) resigned, knowing House will be completely unaffected by her decision. But any effects of this 'house-cleaning' on House, or the changes it may bring to House professionally or personally, remain to be seen in Season 4. . .
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAlone||When an office building collapses, House has to work fast to diagnose a young woman, Megan, who survived the disaster. Due to her injuries, Megan's only form of communication is blinking. House, without a team since Foreman and Cameron quit and he fired Chase, talks through his ideas with a janitor at the hospital. As Megan's condition worsens, Cuddy puts pressure on House to hire a new team, but House defiantly ignores her, and Wilson resorts to desperate measures and hits House where he knows it will hurt. As House persists in diagnosing Megan by himself, he realizes that the case is not what it appears, and that solitude may not be the answer in the "Alone" episode of HOUSE.||43:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Right Stuff||House has relented in regard to interviewing potential team members, but he's doing it his own way. He has called in all 40 applicants for the open spots on his team (including guest stars Olivia Wilde, Kal Penn, Peter Jacobson, Anne Dudek and Edi Gathegi), each numbered individually by runners' bibs, and puts them to the test in a Darwinian trial period. As he drills the fellows and arbitrarily fires some along the way, he is approached by a fighter pilot named Greta, a candidate for NASA's astronaut training program. Greta suffers from a neurological disorder in which she is converting visual images to sound, or hearing with her eyes. Knowing that NASA would reject any possibility of her becoming an astronaut if they knew of her problem, Greta begs House to treat her in secret. Keeping her identity private, House takes the case to his fellowship candidates and pits them against one another to come up with an accurate diagnosis. Meanwhile, House is ruffled when he thinks he sees Cameron, Chase and Foreman in the hospital hallways.||43:43||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideo97 Seconds||The final 10 fellowship candidates compete ferociously when House splits them into two teams by gender. They are assigned to diagnose and treat a wheelchair-bound man with muscular atrophy who is slowly suffocating. As the two teams are trying to one-up each other, complications arise when one team treats the patient but doesn't follow through to make sure their treatment was executed. While the students are busy with their assignment, House experiments on himself to see what happens in the moments when people hover between life and death. Meanwhile, Foreman runs his own team of fellows in his new job at another hospital, and resorts to using a very "House-like" treatment to help a patient in the "97 Seconds" episode of HOUSE.||43:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGuardian Angels||When a 20-year-old funeral home cosmetician, Irene, has a massive seizure, she hallucinates that the cadavers in the funeral home have come to life, House and the remaining seven fellowship candidates must figure out the cause. Thinking something in the funeral home may have made Irene sick, House sends the candidates on some less-than-desirable investigative missions, including a visit to a graveyard. As Irene's symptoms become more life-threatening and her ghostly visions more vivid, House surmises that connecting with Irene's mother might be the best route to diagnosing her illness. Meanwhile, Foreman finds his "House-like" reputation has preceded him as he interviews for a new job, and House must narrow down the candidates from seven to six in the "Guardian Angels" episode of HOUSE.||43:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMirror, Mirror||The team takes on the case of a man who collapsed while being mugged. When the man complains of new symptoms that do not fit his initial admission profile, the team suspects he is a hypochondriac. As Mr. X continues to fall ill with symptoms unrelated to his neurological disorder, Foreman and the remaining six fellows are assigned to keep watch, and are bemused as they see their own behavioral idiosyncrasies reflected through him. As they attempt to diagnose this human chameleon, they seem to learn more about themselves than their patient, whose true identity is a mystery. Meanwhile, Cameron and Chase keep a running pool on whom House might cut next from the team of candidates, and Foreman engages in a power struggle with House and Cuddy in the "Mirror Mirror" episode of HOUSE.||43:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhatever It Takes||A documentary film crew is chronicling a teenager with a major facial deformity who opts to undergo a dramatic reconstructive procedure. When the patient suffers a heart attack just prior to the surgery, House and the team are called in to determine the cause, since the surgery cannot proceed until the patient's cardiac condition is diagnosed. With the film crew covering their every move, Cameron and Chase are especially self-conscious, and House looks for ways to escape from the cameras. Meanwhile, House finds himself distracted by several of the candidates vying for a spot on his team, and he questions his motives for having chosen them in the "Ugly" episode of HOUSE.||43:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoUgly||A documentary film crew is chronicling a teenager with a major facial deformity who opts to undergo a dramatic reconstructive procedure. When the patient suffers a heart attack just prior to the surgery, House and the team are called in to determine the cause, since the surgery cannot proceed until the patient's cardiac condition is diagnosed. With the film crew covering their every move, Cameron and Chase are especially self-conscious, and House looks for ways to escape from the cameras. Meanwhile, House finds himself distracted by several of the candidates vying for a spot on his team, and he questions his motives for having chosen them in the "Ugly" episode of HOUSE.||43:47||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYou Don't Want to Know||House encounters a magician whose heart failed while performing an underwater escape act. While the remaining fellowship candidates work to diagnose the illusionist, House is determined to prove that he's a scam artist faking his ailments to cover up the fact that he nearly drowned during his act. During the testing, House suspects one of his own candidates may have an undisclosed illness. In the meantime, House pits his team against one another in a challenge involving Cuddy, granting the winner immunity from elimination and a chance to nominate two other candidates to be put on the chopping block in the "You Don't Want to Know" episode of HOUSE Guest Cast: Steve Valentine as Flynn; Noelle Drake as Ilana; Joe Ochman as Surgeon; Mandy McMillian as Nurse #1; Adria Johnson as Nurse #2; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse||44:35||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGames||When Cuddy puts the pressure on House to choose the final members of his team, House deliberately assigns the candidates to a particularly challenging case - an uncooperative, over-the-hill former punk rock star with a history of drug abuse and civil disobedience. House informs the candidates their potential future depends on correctly diagnosing the patient. As the candidates race to find out if the patient is ailing due to drug abuse, an underlying disease or an unknown condition, House keeps a running tally of their efforts, making a few arbitrary point deductions along the way. Meanwhile, Wilson informs a former patient whom he had previously diagnosed with terminal cancer that he is going to live, and the news throws a wrench in the man's carpe-diem lifestyle in the "Games" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised. Guest Cast: Jeremy Renner as Quidd; Matt DeCaro as McKenna; Nick McCallum as Fred; Eli Bildner as Chris; Alex Weed as Ian; Boris Kievsky as Club Owner; Raf Mauro as Doctor; Darren S. Kim as Parent #1; Dina Defterios as Luisa Maria; Justin Brannock as Rex; Tanika Brown McKelvy as Parent #2; Kes Reed Miller as Kid #1; Olivia Everhard as Kid #2; Spencer Bridges as Kid #3; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse.||43:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIt's a Wonderful Lie||House and the team treat a woman who suffers from a sudden paralysis of the hands that causes an injury to her daughter while she's spotting her at an indoor rock-climbing wall. As House probes the woman and her injured daughter for any leads as to what might be causing her condition, House is convinced that the woman is withholding information. When the woman's daughter reveals some very descriptive details about her mother's personal life, House isn't so sure the woman hides anything about herself from the people around her, especially her daughter. As the team runs tests to find out what caused her paralysis, the woman loses her eyesight and her system begins to shut down, and House and the team are baffled as to whether it is the woman herself, or her own physiology that is lying to them. Meanwhile, House lets his team participate in a Secret Santa gift exchange, but he puts his own twist on the holiday tradition in the "It's a Wonderful Lie" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised. Cast: Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House; Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy; Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman; Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson; Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron; Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase; Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub; Kal Penn as Dr. Lawrence Kutner; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen. Guest Cast: Janel Moloney as Maggie; Liana Liberato as Jane; Cheyenne Wilbur as Minister; Scotty Maguire as Bystander, Jennifer Hall as Melanie; Anthony Starke as Roger; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse||43:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFrozen||When Dr. Cate Milton (guest star Mira Sorvino), a psychiatrist trapped at the South Pole and the research station's only doctor, becomes ill in the middle of her assignment, she and Dr. House are thrust into a long-distance relationship of sorts. Unable to get Cate out or any additional medical supplies to the South Pole station, House and his team must resort to treating her via webcam. House and his team walk the doctor through a series of makeshift and painful diagnostic tests she must perform on herself. Cate pushes back at House's every recommendation, and is unwilling to risk valuable station medical supplies until he can provide valid proof for his diagnoses each step of the way. While House and his team helplessly watch her condition worsen, House's usually icy demeanor surprisingly softens as he searches for ways to save her life. Meanwhile, House does some detective work of his own and is surprised to learn who Wilson has been dating in the "Frozen" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised. Cast: Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House; Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy; Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman; Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson; Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron; Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase; Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub; Kal Penn as Dr. Lawrence Kutner; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen Guest Cast: Mira Sorvino as Dr. Cate Milton; Jeff Hephner as Sean; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse||43:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDon't Ever Change||House and the team encounter a woman admitted to Princeton-Plainsboro after she collapsed at her wedding. Her test results come up negative for a variety of common diseases, which leads the team to suspect foul play. When they discover the woman had been a music producer living in the fast lane until she converted to Hasidic Judaism, House insists that people do not change so easily, and that her seemingly rash decision may have something to do with an underlying condition. The woman's husband insists that House treat his wife for her illness, rather than for her past, but she continues to fall dangerously ill. The team must run through all possible diagnoses without disturbing her newly found religious beliefs before it is too late. Meanwhile, House is preoccupied by Wilson's newly-outed relationship with a woman whose personality is remarkably similar to House's in the "Don't Ever Change" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised. Cast: Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House; Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy; Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman; Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson; Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron; Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase; Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub; Kal Penn as Dr. Lawrence Kutner; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen. Guest Cast: Laura Silverman as Roz; Eyal Podell as Yonatan; Faye DeWitt as Mrs. Silver; Karen Strassman as Female Guest #1; Heather Sher as Female Guest #2; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse.||44:35||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNo More Mr. Nice Guy||House suspects an emergency room patient has a bigger problem then the E.R. initially diagnosed based on the fact that the patient is too nice. A skeptical House questions the patient’s sunny disposition as the team tries to get to the bottom of his illness, but disagrees with House that niceness is a symptom. Meanwhile, House and Amber are at odds about how much time they each get to spend with Wilson, and Cuddy demands House give his team performance reviews. Guest Cast: Anne Dudek as Amber; Paul Rae as Jeff; Chad Morgan as Deb; Marwan Ghazali as Delivery Man; Chris Emerson as Young Man; Dina Defterios as Luisa Maria; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse.||43:49||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|14||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLiving the Dream||House is convinced one of the actors on his favorite soap opera (guest star Jason Lewis) “Prescription Passion” has a serious medical condition after observing his symptoms on television. House decides to intervene and take matters into his own hands, but both the actor and House's own team dismiss House’s assessment and do not believe there is anything wrong with him. Meanwhile, much to House’s delight, Amber and Wilson have their first argument, and Cuddy tries to keep up appearances when an inspector makes an unexpected visit to Princeton-Plainsboro in the “Living the Dream” episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised. Guest Cast: Jason Lewis as Evan Greer; Anne Dudek as Amber Volakis||43:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|15||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHouses Head||In the first part of a two-part season finale, House finds himself dazed, confused and covered in blood after surviving a bus accident that left dozens seriously injured. Unable to clearly recall the events leading up to the crash due to his head injuries, House becomes convinced through his flashbacks that a fellow bus passenger was exhibiting signs of a deadly illness prior to the crash. Much to the team's dismay, House pushes through the pain of his own injuries, desperate to piece together the fragments of his shattered memory in order to save someone who might not even know he or she could be dying in the "House's Head" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised.||43:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|16||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWilsons Heart||In Part Two of the two-part season finale, House remains inhibited by injuries sustained from a bus accident that has also left a victim rapidly deteriorating from a mysterious condition. Clues inside House's head hold the key to a patient's condition, and House's friendship with Wilson is tested beyond limits as murky memories from the bus accident the night before threaten to change their lives forever in the "Wilson's Heart" episode of HOUSE. Viewer discretion is advised. Guest Cast: Fred Durst as Bartender.||43:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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This show is such a treat!! House ranks as one of the best characters to ever grace the small screen... ever. Hugh is an awesome actor and so so good. Season 4 was so much fun and I loved that they show cased the actors personal lives as well as the fascinating cases...this show is a gem and I can't wait for the new season!!
not as great
i loved the first few seasons but when they got a new team for house, the dynamic changed and the show lost something. Forman bugs me and he is the one that stayed closest to house and his team.
The fall of House
What the show was about, was sickness and illness as the bad guy, and the first two seasons were marvellous at it. House was seen mostly as an ascorbic jerk who felt people got in his way of his ability to diagnose. Beginning with the late third season, however, we start to see something: a change in the pattern of house into something more soap-operaish. What became important was House's childish behaviour and attempt to see how far he could take things in a really childish manner. Cuddy, who was once a matching sparring partner, is now a talking post who simply goes against anything House says. The actors are all fired for no reason and one of the best parts of the show - that of balancing a terribly cynical and abrasive man with varying levels of care instilled in the others - gets washed away. This, and then terrible medical writing which I can only ascribe to a change in crew and writers.
Here, House is lost, confused and seems like merely an entire season of Hugh Laurie making fun of House as if he were in an SNL skit. I'd stick to the first two season wehere the real drama, tragedy, comedy and miracles are. this continues on into the fifth season, which is just as bad or maybe worse due to the interchangeable staff House picked. I've heard the sixth season picked up a bit but I haven't looked back.
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- Released: Sep 25, 2007
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