Three Sneak Peeks From House M.D S08E22 (Everybody Dies)

Sneak Peeks from the series finale of house. Sneak Peek #1 is House and his team discussing House taking on a new case, even though he has to go back to prison soon. Yeah, I’m not sure the Dead Poets’ Society reference is a good sign, since Robert Sean Leonard’s character DIED in that movie.

Sneak peek #2 is House asking Foreman to speak to the parole board. Why is Foreman being so unhelpful and unsympathetic? Pissed off about the damage to the hospital? Or miffed that House flushed his gesture of friendship down the toilet? Look, Foreman, hinting to a guy that you’re an option as a new BFF after someone’s best friend is dead is not the most diplomatic thing to do.

Sneak peek #3 is House and the team treating the drug addict patient. Not sure what is the timing on this. House had enough time to solve the case before he goes to jail?

House M.D S08E19 (the C-Word) – Wilson’s Funny Photos

The photos House took of Wilson while he was doing the radical chemo treatment at House’s apartment. The last scene is sweet and saves the episode from being too much of a downer. Seriously, after all that, and Wilson could still be sick? And that little girl still has an expiration date on her life.

The best thing is Wilson’s expression as he’s watching the photos.

House M.D Castmembers’ Favorite episode

Hugh Laurie and Omar Epps played it diplomatically (don’t really have one), Robert Sean Leonard’s is the pilot episode, Odette Annable’s favorite is Nobody’s Fault (the one where Chase was stabbed), Peter Jacobson’s is the episode where Kutner killed himself. Wait, Charlyne Yi is sitting right there, and she didn’t get to give an answer?? What the heck? And where is Jesse Spencer?

House M.D S08E18 (Body and Soul) – The C-Word is Cancer

Let’s start with the big shocker first – Wilson has cancer. No really, he does. Judging from the preview for the next episode (The C-Word), this is not a prank, or joke, or trick. I’m not sure how I feel about this, on the one hand, the House-Wilson relationship is the most important one on the show, so it’s entirely appropriate that the last few episodes of the show should focus on the two of them. On the other hand, really, show?? You’re going the “my best (and only!) friend has cancer” storyline now? Feels very exploitative.

I don’t really buy that House would be willing to leave the boy un-cured just because he doesn’t want religion to get the credit. Like Adams said, since when does House care about getting credit? Interesting though that the episode left the levitating incident unexplained. House must have been so distracted with Dominika; usually I would have expected him to try and figure out how the patient managed to levitate. Serves him right that Dominika left, what he did was abominable, like Wilson said, basically keeping her a prisoner.

Taub: So, you’re worried about what it means?
Park: I’m not worried, it means nothing. It means something, doesn’t it? I work with him, I can’t want to sleep with him.
Taub: Maybe Chase just represents work, and you’re in love with your job.
Park: It … has been very satisfying lately.

Snerk! Hihi. I was hating the Park-Chase storyline at first, because it feels like making fun of the not conventionally attractive person for fancying the more conventionally attractive person. But the two of them are just so sweet together. And of course Chase then had his own dream about Park:


I knew it was a dream even before they satrted kissing, the minute they said “bitch” and “dick”. Come on, that’s not something these two would really say to each other!

Park: Was I good?
Chase: It doesn’t mean anything. The idea got planted, it was probably inevitable.
Park: It means something.
Chase: What?
Park: Well, it could mean the obvious, that you want some of this. When will you learn that that look is insulting? Or … it could just mean that we like each other. I’m weird, and you’re pretty, but we connect. We feel safe, we trust each other.
Chase: Maybe.
Park: Just testing my theory.

House M.D Series Finale (Everybody Dies) Interview with the Casts

Wow, I hadn’t thought of that C-word (commitment). But seriously, if the show ends with House committing to Dominika, I’m going to throw stuff. Good for Michael Ausiello for recognizing how pissed off a lot of fans will be if the finale is made to be about Thirteen. Love Hugh Laurie’s British accent.

Oh come on! According to David Shore, Thirteen comes back “to give House a little advice”. Sure, of all the people on the show, she’s the only one who really understands House, not Wilson the best friend, not Chase or Foreman who’s been around him for 8 years, but Thirteen the magical lovable doctor. Sighh, I’m hating this more and more. And I really, really wanted to be positive about the finale. I bet the one-hour retrospective special will also be full of Thirteen! Yay!!

Photos from House M.D Series Wrap Party

The main cast with series creator David Shore.

Odette Annable and Charlyne Yi.

Hugh Laurie and Omar Epps.

Hugh Laurie and Jesse Spencer performing.

Jesse Spencer playing the violin.

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House S08E16 (Gut Check) Press Release and Photos – Is Chase Moving In with Park??

Episode synopsis from


House and the team take on the case of a 22-year-old minor league hockey player who collapsed while coughing up blood after a fight on the ice. Meanwhile, House drops a bomb on Wilson, and Chase offers to help Park change her living arrangement in the “Gut Check” episode of HOUSE airing Monday, April 9 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-816) (TV-14 D, L, V)

Park was living with her parents, right? I remember a conversation between her and Adams about park’s mother sending her to work with snacks (during the episode with the homeless teenager as the patient). “Offers to help Park change her living arrangement” could mean a lot of things, from convincing her parents she’s old enough to get her own apartment (although why her parents would listen to a stranger instead of their own daughter would be a big mystery), to offering to be her housemate etc etc. I’m guessing this is Park’s mother having a drink and playing cards with Chase? Hah! Chase is such a suck-up to his co-workers’ parents. Remember how enthusiastic he was meeting Foreman’s father?

This is not Chase’s apartment, is it? Park is looking super-casual, so it’s probably her place (or her parents’)

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