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House, M.D.: Season 3
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Early in Season 3, the big storyline revolved around recurring guest star David Morse, a detective out to get House and his questionable supply of Vicodin. In previous years, lengthy story arcs were given to Chi McBride and Sela Ward: would House lose his job? would House get married? This year, the theme was: would House go to prison? Morse dominated his episodes by playing the rare character that wouldn't back down to House. Although some media critics grew tired of the plot, which perhaps went on 2-3 episodes too long, the resolution was clever and allowed House to keep his dignity (and his job) without having to sacrifice... anything.
Several subplots emerged throughout the season, such as the romance between Drs. Chase and Cameron (first shown in season 2), and Dr. Foreman's growing dissatisfaction with having House as his mentor. House's fascination (or, some might say, obsession) with his boss, Dr. Cuddy, reached new levels. By the end of the season, House faced near mutiny from his underlings... and still didn't seem all that bothered.Read more ›
Laurie once again dominates season three as he did with seasons one and two, and come Emmy time he better be rewarded! (He's already won two Golden Globes and one Screen Actors Guild award for his portrayal of Dr. House.) Being snubbed for a nomination for season two was a crime! His performances throughout season three was probably some of the best acting that Laurie has done on the show so far, thanks in part to one major storyline early in the season. David Morse was introduced in the fifth episode as Detective Tritter, a cop who comes to the hospital as a patient. Guess which doctor he ends up getting? Before you know it, Dr. House starts off by treating him rude, and if that's not bad enough, pops Vicodin right in front of him. Later on, he arrests Dr. House for possession of drugs, and thereafter tries in every way to make the cranky doc's life miserable (such as when Dr. House has to go for days without Vicodin and ends up in rehab). In addition, these turn of events also put a disturbing effect on his team, as the cop pressures each team member to give him some answers about their boss. This was a very strong storyline, and Morse was excellent in the role of the ticked off cop.Read more ›
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Great show full of intellect and medical drama, with a light relationship mix. I thoroughly enjoy House.Published 3 months ago by LF
Everything I've ever loved about House but now with more interpersonal dramatic scenes. While the conflict between characters was nicer than in previous seasons, it began to get a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eric Baker
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I completely agreed. I used this in the US but got overseas and found out it doesn't work. I am also a military mom and very frustrated.
Aug 1, 2008 by Amazon Customer | See all 5 posts
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Nov 27, 2008 by Amazon Customer | See all 2 posts
Hello, I haven't seen replies to this post and, as I'm thinking on purchasing the 3 seasons, can anybody confirm if all 3 have english subtitles ? On season 2, only spanish subtitles are mentioned: does season 2 (and the others) actually have english subtitles ? If yes, are these accurately... Read More
May 16, 2008 by Mitch | See all 2 posts
Yo ya compre este box y si tiene subtitulos en español pero solo eso, lo que mencionan del audio en español no lo trae.
Espero les ayude, saludos
Mar 27, 2008 by Ulises Romero Moreno | See all 2 posts