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House 8 Seasons 2012

Season 8
4.6 out of 5 stars (560) IMDb 8.8/10

Entering its eighth season, House has been honored with four Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards. two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and three consecutive People's Choice Awards for Favorite TV Drama. Last season, House and Cuddy finally decided to take their relationship to the next level, but struggled to find a balance between their professional and personal lives, and ultimately, Cuddy made the very emotional decision to end their relationship. As the season comes to a close, when House's attempts to mend his relationship with Cuddy fall short, he's compelled to take drastic and possibly irrevocable measures that could forever change the course of their relationship.

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Hugh Laurie, Omar Epps

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1. Twenty Vicodin

House (Hugh Laurie) attempts to solve a medical mystery behind bars on the Season Premiere. Odette Annable ("Breaking In") joins the Cast as a Series Regular. Jaleel White ("Family Matters") and Michael ParŽ ("Eddie and the Cruisers") Guest Star.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 3, 2011
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2. Transplant

House returns to familiar territory. Charlyne Yi ("Paper Heart") Joins Cast as Series Regular.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 10, 2011
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3. Charity Case

Altruism is a curious symptom. Olivia Wilde and Wentworth Miller ("Prison Break") guest star.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 17, 2011
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4. Risky Business

A business decision calls loyalty into question. Michael Nouri ("Damages") guest stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 31, 2011
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5. The Confession

A shocking confession compromises a patient's life. Jamie Bamber ("Battlestar Galactica") Guest Stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 7, 2011
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6. Parents

Parenting decisions leave a lasting impact. John Scurti ("Rescue Me") Guest Stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 14, 2011
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7. Dead & Buried

The team learns that their 14-year-old patient (guest star Madison Davenport) is suffering from more than teen angst when her physical symptoms worsen.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 21, 2011
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8. Perils of Paranoia

A patient's paranoia has an adverse medical effect.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 28, 2011
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9. Better Half

A marriage is tested in sickness and in health.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 23, 2012
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10. Runaways

A homeless teenager resists her mother's return.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 30, 2012
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11. Nobody's Fault

When a violent incident involving a patient has serious consequences, House and the team are placed under review by Dr. Walter Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright), Foreman's former mentor.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 6, 2012
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12. Chase

Chase takes on a patient, Moira (guest star Julie Mond), who is a cloistered nun on the verge of making her life-changing vows, and through the treatment process, he and Moira form a unique connection that tests their faith and reason.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 13, 2012
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13. Man of the House

A marriage counselor collapses during a speaking engagement, but when he is put under close evaluation, the team notice changes in his behavior that conflict with his motivational message on the roles of men and women.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 20, 2012
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14. Love is Blind

House and the team battle to save a successful, independent blind man who is struck down by a mysterious illness, just prior to him asking for his girlfriend's hand in marriage.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: March 19, 2012
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15. Blowing the Whistle

A patient is caught between family and a code of honor.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 2, 2012
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16. Gut Check

A hockey player's on-ice fighting takes a turn for the worse.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 9, 2012
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17. We Need the Eggs

The Team dissects different relationships.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 16, 2012
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18. Body & Soul

The team analyzes the significance of dreams.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 23, 2012
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19. The C-Word

The team treats a young girl with a genetic condition. Episode directed by Hugh Laurie.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 30, 2012
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20. Post Mortem

The team treats a fellow doctor wary of their skills -- Episode Directed by Peter Weller ("Dexter," "RoboCop").

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 7, 2012
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21. Holding On

A patient's illness has its roots in the body and mind.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 14, 2012
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22. Everybody Dies

In the emotional series finale, directed by series creator and executive producer David Shore, treating a drug addict patient (guest star James LeGros, "Mildred Pierce") results in House examining his life, his future and his own personal demons.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 21, 2012
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23. House M.D. Swan Song

A one-hour retrospective special that will look back at this groundbreaking, seminal series and feature interviews with the series' stars and producers, special original content and other surprises.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 21, 2012
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Bonus: House Season 8 Sneak Peek

Get a taste of what to expect in Season 8 of House with this special bonus clip from the premiere.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 minute Release date: August 29, 2011
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By Nathan A. Olson on May 22, 2012
Format: DVD
I am going to write two reviews. One will be spoiler-free. The other will delve into the final season of this amazing series.

Spoiler-free:

How do I sum up a show that has influenced me so greatly without giving anything away about the finale, or the episodes that lead up to it? I think the answer lies in House as a character. I have to assume if you are reading the review for the final season of a show that has had eight, that you are at least somewhat familiar with it. I am going to assume that because there is no way to talk about the character as a whole without going over the past seasons. I will not spoil eight at all, but I will talk about seven in this review, and how it ties into eight beautifully.

So, here we go. House is as damaged as a character comes. He has tried to find love, with Stacy in season two, and Cuddy in season seven. Some can argue there was even something between he and Cameron in the first season. House is capable of love. He loves more than most do, but in a way that is guarded behind cynicism, sarcasm, and avoidance. He sabotages every relationship. Cuddy made his fears come to life in "Bombshells", the season seven episode. It ultimately leads to what many call the "jump the shark moment". House drives his car through her living room. To me it was brilliant, and completely in character.

What the season seven finale left were a lot of questions. Many felt like the House they had watched over the years would never have done something so destructive. Season eight had to be about redemption. And my fellow fans, the writers hit it out of the park. He paid the price for the crash. Due to a negotiation fall out Lisa Edelstein's final scene in the show was last season, after House gives her the hair brush back.
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The long-running medical drama's final season picks up with House facing the consequences of Season 7's destructive act against his ex-girlfriend Dr. Lisa Cuddy -- he's in prison, where we learn he's been the better part of the last year.

Although House is no longer a doctor, his basic nature means he's unable to stay away from puzzles, especially when they concern medicine -- meaning, House is a frequent visitor to the prison clinic. In the season premiere, "Twenty Vicodin," Dr. Jessica Adams (Odette Annable) is a bit wary at times, but despite the reasons for House's being there, Adams quickly deduces that this man is a medical genius from whom there's lots to learn.

After much wangling on the part of House's former team member Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps) - who is now the Dean of Medicine, taking over for Cuddy - House is able to work at the hospital again. The only problem is, he no longer has a team - during the past year, everyone scattered to other parts of the hospital. Foreman also refuses to give House a departmental budget. But of course, being House, neither is much of an obstacle for him. He lures Adams away from her prison job to come work for him for free (for the time being), and also acquires Dr. Chi Park (Charlyn Yi), a hesitant young Asian woman who seems to have lost favor in her old department due to a surprising act, and now needs to find another position ASAP.

After a time, House also persuades his old team members Dr. Chris Taub (Peter Jacobson) and Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer) to return.

Karolina Wydra also returns as House's green card wife Dominika, the two forging something like a real relationship as they get caught by immigration officials and must live together to convince everyone of their sincerity.
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"House, M.D. November 16, 2004 - May 21, 2012

I love this show and will always be a fan of the series, but it has continuously been going downhill and I must admit has not been on my favorites list. Although "HOUSE, M.D." had a great run, I felt it lost everything that once made it such an outstanding show... a couple seasons ago.

Aside from the previous comments, I will miss this show for three reasons. One being, it was once a spectacular series and it's sad to see it end without returning to its original glory. Two, the interaction between House and Wilson has always been a big highlight of the show, to me. Lastly, I will miss Hugh Laurie. I feel no one could have played a better Dr. Gregory House.

All and all, I recommend season eight if you are a fan and want to follow the show until the end.
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...that hasn't been said by better writers in better reviews?

It was never about the medicine for me. I never cared very much whether the medicine or medical procedures were accurate. I'm not a doctor of any kind so even some glaring mistakes probably flew by me unnoticed. I usually didn't care overly much about the guest patients or their illnesses, either, although there were a few I liked. I also liked only 2 or 3 of the diagnostic team members enough to be interested in their own separate stories, but more often than not I resented the times when a supporting character was featured because more of "them" usually meant less of Hugh Laurie. And that's what it was always about for me: watching Hugh Laurie blow my mind week after week, year after year, playing THAT character. The only other actor/character icon I can think of that was as big and impressive was Alan Alda playing Hawkeye Pierce in the '70's. And frankly, I think Hugh is the better actor; Hugh was actually creating a character that was NOT like Hugh Laurie in any respect. Alan Alda as Hawkeye, by about the 3rd or 4th season of M*A*S*H, was basically playing himself under the name "Hawkeye Pierce."

I will miss watching Hugh play House. I will certainly look forward to watching Hugh play other characters in other projects, and I will relentlessly hunt down every recording of every piece of music he's ever played, but I will miss watching him create House.
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