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House, M.D.: The Complete Series (2012)

Hugh Laurie , Robert Sean Leonard  |  Unrated |  DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Hugh Laurie, Robert Sean Leonard, Lisa Edelstein, Omar Epps, Jesse Spencer
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 41
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: October 2, 2012
  • Run Time: 7763 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008P9M614
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,957 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

House: Season One:
  • The Concept
  • Casting Session with Hugh Laurie
  • Medical Cases
  • Set Tour
  • House-isms
  • Dr. House

  • House: Season Two:
  • "Autopsy" Commentary with Executive Producers David Shore and Katie Jacobs
  • Blooper Reel
  • Alternate Take from "Daddy's Boy": The Valley Girl Version
  • It Could Be Lupus...
  • Alternate Take from "Sleeping Dogs Lie": The Valley Girl Version
  • An Evening with House
  • "No Reason" Commentary with Executive Producers David Shore and Katie Jacobs

  • House: Season Three:
  • Alternate Take from "Cane & Able": The Angry Valley Girl Version
  • Half-Wit Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer David Shore and Executive Producer/Director Katie Jacobs
  • Blooper Reel
  • Anatomy of an Episode: "The Jerk"
  • House Soundtrack Session with Band from TV
  • Open House: The Production Office
  • Blood, Needles and Body Parts: The House Prop Department

  • House: Season Four:
  • House's Soap: Prescription Passion
  • New Beginnings
  • Meet the Wirters
  • The Visual Effects of House
  • Anatomy of a Scene: The Bus Crash
  • My Favorite Episode So Far...
  • Bonus: House's Head Commentary with Creative/Executive Producer David Shore and Executive Producer Katie Jacobs

  • House: Season Five:
  • House Meets a Milestone: The 100th Episode
  • Locked In Commentary with Writer/Producer David Foster and Writers/Executive Producers Russel Friend & Garrett Lerner
  • Keeping It Real: Accuracy in Writing
  • Dr. Mom: Cuddy's Storyline
  • Anatomy of a Teaser
  • House Guests: Casting the Show

  • House: Season Six:
  • Before "Broken" featuring Hugh Laurie and shot on location with no script and no plan, experience House's emotional journey at Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital in this never-before-seen Original Short.
  • A New House for House
  • New Faces in a New House
  • "Broken" Commentary with Director/Executive Producer Katie Jacobs, Writer/Executive Producer Russel Friend & Writer/Executive Producer Garrett Lerner
  • "Wilson" Commentary with Series Star Robert Sean Leonard and Writer/Supervising Producer David Foster, M.D.
  • A Different POV: Hugh Laurie Directs
  • "5 to 9" Commentary with Series Star Lisa Edelstein and Writer/Executive Producer Thomas L. Moran
  • "Help Me" Commentary with Director/Co-Executive Producer Greg Yaitanes and Technical Advisor Larry Collins

  • House: Season Seven:
  • Meet Martha Masters
  • Huddy Dissected
  • Anatomy of an Episode: "Bombshells"
  • Thirteen Returns
  • Bombshells Commentary with Director Greg Yaitanes and Series Star Lisa Edelstein
  • The Dig Commentary with Writers Sara Hess and David Hoselton
  • Moving On Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer David Shore and Director/Executive Producer Greg Yaitanes

  • House: Season Eight:
  • House, M.D. Swan Song
  • The Doctor Directs: Behind the Scenes with Hugh Laurie
  • Everybody Dies: A Postmortem

  • Editorial Reviews

    Every baffling case. Every brilliant diagnosis. Every brutal insult. They’re all here in all eight seasons of House, M.D., the compelling medical drama that critics proclaimed “one of the smartest and intellectually bravest shows on television” (Jennifer Arrow, E! Online). Two-time Golden Globe winner Hugh Laurie is Dr. Gregory House, Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital’s Chief of Diagnostic Medicine whose astounding intellect is matched only by his frightening bedside manner. Relive every captivating moment as House and his team of doctors solve complex medical mysteries, push professional boundaries, and face their own demons.  Gripping, witty, and intelligent, satisfy your House addiction in this must-own 41-disc collection, featuring all 176 episodes of this Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe-winning television phenomenon.

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    119 of 126 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars House Series done just right! April 1, 2013
    Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
    Let's face it, most of us, when buying an entire series, want it to be of high quality, reasonably priced, complete with all episodes and a minimum amount of extraneous "additional" features, i.e. pamphlets, photos and other stuff that may raise the cost of the purchase and which most of us don't want and won't read anyway. I mean, after all is said and done we just want to watch the programs.

    I have throughly enjoyed this set. The discs were all there when I opened the set (you'd be surprized how often a disc is missing or duplicated leaving the set incomplete) and there was a very brief synopsis of each episode within the DVD case.

    The subtitles were in English and Spanish and were "almost" verbatim to the dialog unlike some subtitles that I have experienced where the subtitle replaces whole phrases and words and really has nothing to do with what the actor had just said.

    Disc one of each Season also included "Special Features" for which I can't tell you what the features covered as I don't watch them. Just wanted to mention that they exist.

    Although there was a small pamphlet contained in the set it was not too burdensome to the reader. One part, "House-isms," was very funny and I had heard them used, some of them many, many times, throughout the series. The main characters (House, Cuddy & Wilson) comment on their characters character and how they interact with each other. There is also a Season & Episode guide to help you find a special episode without having to open and search each DVD case. There is a section that addresses the ideas of how House was developed as well as how the characters were developed. There are also some quotes, from the famous and not-so-famous.
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    108 of 121 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Simple Packaging and Just the Episodes January 16, 2013
    Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
    If you are just looking for every episode of House, and not looking for any special collectors only edition, this will work for you. The thought process behind this product was probably "Lets take the 8 seasons of House, make each season fit into one DVD case, and then design a box for them to fit in."
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    21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Really, does it get any better? ... - April 27, 2013
    HOUSE, M.D. may be the finest dramatic series ever to play on American commercial television, or close to it. The creators of this eight-year-long Fox show cleverly began with a fusion of medical procedural/forensic themes from earlier hit series (most notably E/R, QUINCY, M*A*S*H and a little CSI), and grafted to it a detective format, but here the culprit is not a murderer but the disease or medical syndrome that's killing this week's patient at busy (albeit fictional) Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey, and has eluded even the best medical attention at that elite institution. Until, that is, Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) and his team, who are all about diagnostics, get assigned the case. To reinforce the "whodunit" aspect of the show, House's name begins with the same letter as Holmes, Sherlock Holmes, his original address is 221B, and his dispassionate buddy and intellectual foil Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) is gently reminiscent of Dr. Watson, one of the backgrounder goodies pointed out by this boxed set's many bells-and-whistles.

    Medical mystery brings with it a stiff consortium of medical oddities. Often, issues that would take top ranking on other medical shows are just part of the passing scene: ectopic pregnancy, Cushing's Syndrome, hemispheric displacement (half of the brain shutting down, or threatening to) and Legionnaire's Disease are among the maladies that have to be dealt with en route to what's REALLY threatening the suffering patient. HOUSE, M.D.'s writers and producers confess that they and their advisors scour medical literature looking for that true one-in-a-million malady ("If it has happened once, that's validation enough," says one producer, "If it has happened three times in all the literature that may be too much.
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    21 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars A great series May 31, 2013
    By Mike S.
    Fair warning, this will contain spoilers from throughout the series. If you have not seen it yet, read at your own risk...

    House was witty, acerbic, arrogant, and could get away with saying or doing anything (at least in the early seasons) because he was the best at what he did. It is how we all wish we could be at work from one time to another. Hugh Laurie played him perfectly. The balance between the gruff Vicodin addicted doctor who did not care, balanced with the friend and co-worker who really did care deep down. The diagnosis of the week aspect of the show did get repetitive, even in the first season. It was basically trying to diagnose a mystery disease, being wrong most of the show, and then House dramatically diagnosing the case at the end of the show. The real meat of what kept the show on the air for 8 years however, was the character interactions. The patient cases were, for the most part, just a backdrop.

    The show kind of fell into the trap of what a lot of ensemble cast series do. As series regulars leave (or have a reduced role) others step in. At the end of the third season House lost his original team, and basically had a competition throughout season 4 to replace them (which lead to Kal Penn, Olivia Wilde and Peter Jacobson becoming series regulars). Of the original group Jennifer Morrison was the only one to truly leave the series and the other two shifted roles throughout the rest of the show, with Jesse Spencer's character (Chase) eventually taking over for House in the last episode.

    The only story (that was not one of the diagnosis related stories) I did not like is how the show handled Cuddy's exit. Lisa Edelstein decided to leave the show after season 7.
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    Jan 30, 2014 by Keepinitreal101 |  See all 3 posts
    Wait for possibly lower price? and packaging question.
    I got the box set for 80 dollars when it was on sale. I dont think it will go much lower since the sets are limited in number, but you can wait and see. More than likely retailers like Amazon will sell out of their supply and you will have to purchase from other sellers that will keep the price... Read More
    Dec 31, 2013 by Joseph Smith |  See all 4 posts
    Price differences
    because someone is a greedy moron. if the series is sold out, and you're really jonesing for your fix of whatever show it is, im sure it will go down in price, or amazon will get it soon. Also theres amazon instant video. Just bought season 8 of house on there and never looking back. Great deal.
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