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21 September 2010 @ 08:17 am
House MD 7x02 "Selfish" Preview #01 [HQ]

preview of House this fall. Includes scenes from at least 3 episodes.
14 September 2010 @ 04:35 pm
thought you would be interested in this ^_^

11 July 2010 @ 11:11 pm
Fox Fall Preview #01 [HQ]

"So Fox" promo for the upcoming fall season. Includes clips from most Fox shows, including House/Cuddy scene from "Help Me" at the beginning.

21 June 2010 @ 05:36 pm
The title for Episode 7x01 will be "Thunder Roadtrip"

17 June 2010 @ 06:03 pm
- The whole episode is Huddy.
- It starts when they wake up.


Doris Egan via twitter:
Shooting scene that’s only 1 line in script. Director called it a “deceptively simple line.” AD referred to it as “And then Atlanta burned.”
17 June 2010 @ 06:00 pm
GregYaintes: cast read through for episode one went great. nice seeing everyone again. felt like the first day of school. only 189 days until xmas break!

Doris_Egan: Shooting scene that’s only 1 line in script. Director called it a “deceptively simple line.” AD referred to it as “And then Atlanta burned.”

@GregYaitanes: Can you tell us if Cynthia Watros will be a regular or just a guest star this season?
@capitalmy: all i can tell you is that she will be back.

omarepps: Filming for season 7 of 'House' begins on June 14th...
17 June 2010 @ 05:55 pm
Ask Ausiello

Question: Any House scoop?! —Dez
Ausiello: You bet, and straight from Doc Crankypants himself, no less. In the wake of this season’s (no pun intended) crushing finale, we may be about to meet a — gasp! — humbler House. As Hugh Laurie points out, when the M.D.’s patient died post-amputation, he was “suddenly rendered powerless. He suddenly [became], as we all are, that tiny little speck of dust floating in the cosmos, and he [realized] his smallness, insignificance, his inability to heal and save a life. He [was] undone at that moment, because he is someone who clings so fiercely to his own abilities that when those abilities just aren’t enough, he becomes nothing — or at least has to confront the possibility that he is nothing, as we all are in the grand scheme of things.”

Question: If Hugh Laurie doesn’t win an Emmy this year, I will start a riot! —Kameron
Ausiello: I can’t imagine it will come that, Kam. The scene in which House — in front of Cuddy — told his patient that he wished his leg had been amputated… that one alone oughta do the trick, don’t you think? And while Laurie himself would be the last person to speculate on his Emmy chances, even he recognized the power of the scene when he played it. “It sounds fanciful,” he tells me, “but I was very shaken by that sudden vulnerability, the truth he reveals because there is no alternative. He has to be open with this woman in order to save her. There is no more game-playing, no more trickery. He just has to tell her the truth. So you see sort of a naked House there in a way that is very startling.” He wasn’t the only one taken aback by the intensity of the material, either. “It was, for all of us, a very harrowing few days when we shot those scenes, including the one in the ambulance,” he recalls. “Very powerful stuff.”

Wanna good scare? Imagine the end of House. And with Hugh Laurie’s contract up next season, it could happen. “I have no idea” how much longer the show will run, he tells me. “I only hope we’ll know when the time is right [to close up shop]. When people blunder on for five years after [they should call it quits]… it gets taken out of your hands. Someone will say, ‘That’s it.’
“I can only say,” he continues, “I think we’ll have a sense next year at some point… ” about whether to keep going.

17 June 2010 @ 05:53 pm
Question: Thank you for the post-finale House Q&A with Katie Jacobs. Do you know if they are bringing in a new female character to fill the temporary Olivia Wilde void? —Deb
Ausiello: I know of no such plans. Jacobs, however, confirms that Cynthia Watros will be back as Wilson’s former (and current) love, Sam. “She absolutely factors into the beginning of the season,” she says. “Where that relationship ultimately goes I don’t know.” Jacobs notes that this marks the first time that both House and Wilson will be involved in serious relationships simultaneously. “Wilson will be with Sam and House will be with Cuddy,” she points out. “What does it look like for Princeton Plainsboro thematically? Does it work? We’re going to look at that next season.”

17 June 2010 @ 05:52 pm
Behind the Plot Twists of the ‘House’ Season Finale (May, 18)

Can't say re Lucas, but I can say that next season we pick up very soon after we left off. The audience has been waiting six years to see what happens if House and Cuddy get together, so we felt like it would be a cheat skipping ahead.


Carol: Good point about House's cynical, sardonic edge. Whatever happens next season, we know that he can't lose that element of his personality, so you don't have to worry there.

Sven: I can't say what Olivia Wilde is up to and I forbid you from using google to track her movements. But you should know that the writers also really care about Thirteen.

House Hugger (and Carol): [...] Nowhere in the episode do we say that Thirteen's desire for time off stems from her Huntington's. I'm not saying it doesn't, but I'm not saying it does.

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17 June 2010 @ 05:49 pm
Huddy, House, and "Help Me": An Interview With the Season Finale's Writers (May, 19)

But no cliffhanger...

Garrett Lerner:
The only cliffhanger is in what’s this relationship going to look like? We are going to pursue this relationship. So, can it work? Has House changed enough? Will Cuddy be able to tolerate him? After all, House will still be House. Hopefully all those questions are cliffhanger enough that people want to see those questions answered.

The series usually plays out in “real time.” Autumn in the real world is autumn in the House-verse. Of course that wasn’t the case at the beginning of season six, where we do follow House from where we left off at the end of season five. So, where does season seven start? Will it pick up from the next moment, or leap ahead in time two or three months?

Garret Lerner: We’re interested in what happens next. So we are pursuing the story from the angle that we don’t want to skip the “good parts.” That being said, it’s still being written (Doris Egan is writing the season premiere), so we don’t have the exact answer, but we’re not going to cheat the audience of experiencing what happens next.

What are the challenges of writing House going into the seventh season?

Russel Friend: The challenges are on the medical front. House is a medical procedural at its heart, and keeping it fresh and new after a all these episodes is very hard. We attack each episode fresh and new and try to come up with the best stuff we can. The characters continue to grow and change so that stuff is easier and fresher to deal with. We’ve already come up with a bunch of what we think are good character stories based on what we see at the end of this one.

Care to share…?

All three writers (simultaneously): We're not allowed to.

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17 June 2010 @ 05:47 pm
'House' exclusive: Olivia Wilde taking leave of absence (May, 18)

House will be minus Thirteen when it returns next season.
Olivia Wilde is taking time off from the Fox hit to shoot a starring role in the big-budget sci-fi western Cowboys & Aliens. [...]

17 June 2010 @ 05:45 pm
Interwview with Katie Jacobs (May,18)

'House' exclusive: Huddy fans -- your time has come!
That was one hell of a final scene. What should we take away from it?
KATIE JACOBS: This is real and something that they are going to try. It’s something they stayed away from for a long period of time because it’s dangerous and the consequences could be severe. But now they’re going to give it a try.
They’re going to make a go of a relationship?

JACOBS: Absolutely. Yes.

'House' exclusive: Watch the first two minutes of the season finale NOW!

Fact: House‘s sixth season finale airs on May 17.
Fact: The two-minute opening teaser from said season finale includes a memorable Huddy moment, a major Luddy development, and a spectacle so ginormous in scope that director Greg Yaitanes had to shoot it using a special Canon 5d Mark II camera.
Fact: Said opening teaser is… available for your viewing

01 May 2010 @ 10:42 am
- Test was positive.

Ceramics Class
- Please don't tell her.

Neurological Damage
- You should ask him about it.
(Thirteen/wife of the POTW)



Cuddy, House and members of the team join forces with a search-and-rescue team to provide much-needed medical attention at the scene of an emergency in the “Help Me” season finale episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-622) (TV-14 L)

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; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen/Dr. Remy Hadley

Guest Cast: Jamie McShane as Captain McCreavey; Angel Oquendo as EMT Coumont; Doug Kruse as Dolce; Kimberly M. Bailey as Dolce’s Wife; China Jesusita Shavers as Hanna; Desean Terry as Charles
House‘s season 6 finale airs in less than a month, so what better time to get executive producer Katie Jacobs on the horn for a quick status report on Huddy, Luddy, and all things in between? That was meant as a rhetorical question but I’ll go ahead and answer it anyway: There is no better time, silly!

Last year at this time, House was exhibiting the early signs of a complete mental breakdown. What’s his emotional journey as this season winds down?
Considering the fact that he’s not on Vicodin, things have been going as well as they could possibly go. He’s living with Wilson, and I think that’s helpful. And he’s really making an effort to hold it together. It sort of seems like in every episode there’s a new revelation about how well he really is doing. How is he faring just taking ibuprofen for the pain? Is that working? In episode 17 he was stuck in that room for two hours with David Strathairn and we found out he is in pain. And from now until the end of the season, there’s going to be something that challenges House’s [sobriety] in almost every episode.


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28 April 2010 @ 12:03 am


Andre Braugher and Cynthia Watros Guest-Star

During a session with Dr. Nolan (guest star Braugher), House recounts the case of a woman who arrives at the Princeton Plainsboro emergency room with an unexplained illness and no recollection of who she is. While trying to solve the mystery of the woman’s illness, House must also help her piece together her identity in the all-new “Baggage” episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 10 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-621) (TV-14 L)

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; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen/Dr. Remy Hadley

Guest Cast: Andre Braugher as Nolan; Cynthia Watros as Sam Carr; Zoe McLellan as Sidney; David Monahan as Jay; Annette M. Lesure as Durdanna; Carl Gilliard as Dutch; Raul Keeley as Harris; Angelyna Martinez as Nurse Jody; Ric Maddox as Officer Durkee
23 April 2010 @ 09:43 pm


Eva Amurri (“Californication”) Guest-Stars

The team takes on the case of an ailing groom-to-be who harbors undisclosed secrets from a previous relationship. As his fiancée (guest star Amurri) tries to get answers to her many questions, a frustrated team winnows down the possibilities. Meanwhile, House spends extra-curricular time with his Princeton Plainsboro colleagues, performing a karaoke rendition of a Gladys Knight & The Pips classic with Foreman and Chase in the all-new “The Choice” episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 3 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-620) (TV-14 D)

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; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen/Dr. Remy Hadley

Guest Cast: Jennifer Crystal Foley as Rachel Taub; Cynthia Watros as Sam Carr; Patrick Price as Nurse Jeffrey Sparkman; Adam Garcia as Theodore; Eva Amurri as Nicole; Jonathan Murphy as Cotter; F. William Parker as Reverend Bowden; Gregory Franklin as Henry