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House will do whatever it takes to solve a case before it's too late, from sending one of his team to break into a patient's home in search of clues, to attempting a controversial, trial-and-error form of treatment to see how a patient responds. House's methods may be suspect, but his results are not — he saves lives no one else can. Always in House's way is Dr. Lisa Cuddy, the Dean of Medicine and hospital administrator — and ethical gatekeeper of the hospital who is in constant conflict with House over his extreme treatments and unconventional behavior. House's former love Stacy Warner recently accepted a job as General Counsel to the hospital, and her presence there has reignited feelings House thought were safely buried.

Customer Reviews

House is Back!

The character House is electrifying and wickedly funny. Hugh Laurie gives the performance of a lifetime as a likeable jerk who irritates everyone in a hestarical way. No matter how dramatic something can get, there is always a funny remark from him to lighten the mood. Also great in the show is Robert Shaun Leonard from Dead Poets Society. Check out this show, you will not be disapointed.

Yeah! House is FINALLY on itunes!

I was so happy when I discovered House was on itunes! It is an awesome show. The characters really make the show. Many people say its the same as Greys Anatomy or ER. But it's really not. It is an amazing show and Hugh Laurie makes a phenomenal Dr. House. It is a great show. I hope that you enjoy as much as I have.


For some reason I'm hooked on this show. There are a few factors necessary to establish such an addiction - One: good writing... very, very good writing... Two: interesting, complex, three dimensional characters who exhibit some of the carnivalesque mystery found in great cinema... (This is the best work Robert Sean Leonard has ever done.) Three: a fantastic actor to bring it all together... in this case, the leader of the pack Hugh Laurie, whose performance is precision personified. I thought that after a few episodes the concept of the show would grow tiresome, but it hasn't. Intertwining themes combined with clever and innovative storytelling keep this fresh. I love it.