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House, Season 4HD14+Closed Captioning

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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. . .

Customer Reviews

Fabulous TV

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.

House, Season 4
View in iTunes $29.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Sep 25, 2007
  • CCin English

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