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House: Season One


Overview - Part E.R. and part C.S.I., HOUSE is a medical mystery television show that's appealing due to its creative camerawork, interesting characters, and twisting plotlines. Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) is a brilliant medical professional, but often alienates his patients and co-workers because of his abrasive manner and bitterness.  Read more...

 

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Overview

Part E.R. and part C.S.I., HOUSE is a medical mystery television show that's appealing due to its creative camerawork, interesting characters, and twisting plotlines. Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) is a brilliant medical professional, but often alienates his patients and co-workers because of his abrasive manner and bitterness. In each episode House is faced with a person exhibiting a number of unusual symptoms, and along with his team of dedicated doctors and nurses, must discover what strange illness is afflicting the patient...before it's too late! The show moves at a rapid pace, spurred by its turning and suspenseful plotlines and the lively interaction between the characters, played by a strong supporting cast that includes Robert Sean Leonard, Omar Epps, and Sela Ward. HOUSE: SEASON ONE collects all 22 episodes of the program's first year.

Cast List

Hugh Laurie - British Comedian/Actor
Lisa Edelstein - Actress, HOUSE
Jennifer Morrison - URBAN LEGENDS: THE FINAL CUT
Omar Epps - Actor, HOUSE
Jesse Spencer - Actor, SWIMMING UPSTREAM (2005)
Sela Ward - American TV/Film Actress
David Shore - Creator Of HOUSE (2004)
Robert Sean Leonard - American Actor

 
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  • UPC: 025192013263
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Reviews:
"[T]he antisocial antihero comes off sympathetically, injecting the compelling hospital procedural with an extra cc of adrenaline and realism." - 09/02/2005 Entertainment Weekly, p.65

 
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