Jennifer Morrison on House M.D Series Finale (Everybody Dies)

On getting the news about returning to House. Th etiming seeems suspicious to me, like House producers just suddenly realized fans might be pissed they’re bringing everyone back, except Cameron. Especially if we found out Morrison was not even asked about coming back. Whatever. It’s not Jennifer Morrison’s job to cover their asses, she was just telling truth – I haven’t been asked about coming back for the series finale.

It was so funny — the day we did the Once Upon a Time Paley Festival. I had told everyone I hadn’t been contacted, and it just seemed too late for it to be possible. I think as those words were coming out of my mouth [executive producer] David Shore was leaving me a phone message. When I got out of the festival I saw that he had called and thought, ‘No way!’ He didn’t say on the message what he was calling for, but I hoped that was it because I really had been hoping that was something they would want me to do. House was such a special part of my life.

She won’t confirm people are returning to attend Wilson’s funeral (of course she wouldn’t! Why are reporters even asking questions like these?)

TV Guide Magazine: The end of things. Rumor has it that people return for Wilson’s funeral.
Morrison: I, of course, can’t say anything.

On the relationship between House and Cameron:

TV Guide Magazine: Does Dr. House give Cameron one last zinger?
Morrison: There’s definitely some banter between them, but it reveals the place Cameron holds in House’s mind. You see what she means to him, which is really nice.

On the possibility for Chase-Cameron reunion:

TV Guide Magazine: Would you like to see a reunion for them or has too much time passed?
Morrison: That’s a really tough question. David has kept his characters very human. The reality is, in real life we’re very unpredictable and moments cause us to make decisions you would never expect. All I can really say is that holds true in the finale with all of the characters and relationships. I do feel like I’m in a dream!

Read the full interview:

House M.D Series Finale (Everybody Dies) – Chase-Cameron, Together Again?

Not really, according to Jesse Spencer, Chase and Cameron shared a brief scene together. It’s not clear whether he meant a scene with JUST Chase and Cameron, or a scene with other characters around. Okay, seriously, what kind of event except a funeral or a wedding would bring past characters together with current characters? I don’t think anyone in the show is getting married, so ….

Other stuff about the finale:

Spencer would not elaborate on the nature of the Chase/Cameron scene, only saying that the finale as a whole “is not going to be the happiest thing in the world” yet does serve up “an appropriately satisfying ending for longtime viewers.” And specific to his alter ego — who quit in last week’s episode and is not seen tonight —  he enthused, “Chase has a final moment which I’m very, very happy that they approached.”


Cameron is in House M.D Series Finale (Everybody Dies)

Good news to balance the Thirteen two-episodes stint – Cameron will also be in the finale. Apparently they had to get the okay from Morrison’s current employer, ABC, first.


Amber Tamblyn Back for House M.D Series Finale (Everybody Dies)

Amber Tamblyn is reprising her role as Martha M. Masters for House’s series finale. I actually like Masters, certainly a lot more than Thirteen. But reading this, plus another article about how Jennifer Morrison (Cameron) was not even approached by the producers to appear at the series finale is pissing me off. Not to mention the Thirteen two -episodes comeback. Hey, they even brought the dead guy back (Kal Penn)!

I suppose this is the team considered the most important by House writers, they HAD to have a reunion for the series finale, screw Foreman, Chase and Cameron. Who cares if the rating drop actually started once they broke up the Foreman-Chase-Cameron team. Olivia Wilde is just too awesome!! Bleghhhh.