House, M.D.: Season 7
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He’s sarcastic, incorrigible, bitter and in a relationship? Hugh Laurie returns in all 23 Season Seven episodes of House, the role that earned him 5 Primetime Emmy Award nominations and 2 Golden Globe wins. Dr. Gregory House has spent his career taking on seemingly hopeless cases, but when his rapport with Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) changes, he finds himself facing new – and very different – challenges. His team at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital (Omar Epps, Jesse Spencer, Peter Jacobson, Robert Sean Leonard, Amber Tamblyn and Olivia Wilde) also continues to blaze trails as they investigate baffling medical cases involving a religious zealot, a professional bull rider and possibly even smallpox. Featuring phenomenal guest stars, including Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown), Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing), Jack Coleman (Heroes), Michael Gladis (Mad Men), and more, it’s the addictive hit series that continues to surprise and captivate audiences.
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House definitely pushes the limit in quite a few episodes and it leaves you with your mouth open, thinking he's a crazy maniac. Thirteen's story is interesting how she comes and goes in several episodes. When she is absent, a new member, Martha Masters, a genius student that has over the top morals and ethics shines a new light on the team. I keep going back and forth if I like her or not because there were just some parts of Season 7 that I didn't think she made the right choice. She is an intriguing character though for sure.
Taub really has some drama in his life with wife, Rachel. On another note, the director and behind-the-scenes people did some amazing work on a few episodes that I think is worth noting: Bombshells and Get Happy. Talk about artistic and creative! Scenes show: a twisted, kind of creepy musical; zombies; 50s style kitchen; and a gunfight. HOW COOL!
I don't want to give much more away, so I will leave it at that. Thanks for reading. I would recommend this season.
House was not the first Ive felt the final season as disjointed and irrelevant to the over arcing story.
This penultimate season is actually the last season I own. The last 1/2 hour of the final episode completes the story perfectly and, to me, is exactly how Dr. House would end this chapter of his life.
I found every episode of this season relevant to the characters in a way that season 8 made me regret watching.
Gilmore Girls did that to me also.
I seriously believe this season ends the series House in the most thorough House-like way it could end. I highly recommend this season to anyone who doesnt have it yet, although I really cant imagine anyone watching and loving the show and not all ready having this.
SO I guess my review is more of a caution.
If you come this far, before going into season 8 consider whether or not the final moments of this season sum up the story of House or if you need more episodes of Taub being the sort of comic relief, Foreman being not Foreman, Wilson being not Wilson, no Cuddy, and new interns whose characters are actually old characters with new actors but less realized. Yep you guessed it, I was not a fan of season 8. I wrote a review of it(House, M.D.: Season Eight) that was not kind to anyone but Chase.
The stories for the seventh season were thoughtful and well written and the supporting cast was stellar as usual. As Wilson and House's relationship remains humourous for the most part, Peter Jacobson takes over as House's main foil with his personal issues giving Laurie wonderful deadpan opportunities as an actor. The season adds Candice Bergen as Cuddy's mother who brings both humor and tension to the already frantic pace. The episode "Two Stories" joins "Help Me" as the best episodes in the show's award winning history.
As the show continues to evolve within the context of its storylines (not "whodunit" but "whatdunit,") the character driven writing continues to be top notch and the actors deliver as a well coordinated team.
"House" with its many cast changes and single setting, manages to stay fresh and remain an iconic TV show. Season Seven is a great addition to the legacy.