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As previously announced, the 8th and final season of “House” will be out on DVD and Blu-Ray on August 21, 2012. At the time of the previous posts, we did not have the finalized cover arts, but we do now! Check ‘em out below!
Fresh from the studio, the 8th season of “House” has been announced for DVD and Blu-Ray release on August 21, 2012. The DVD set, priced at $59.98, includes 5 discs, with anamorphic widescreen video, English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, and subtitles in English and Spanish. The Blu-Ray set, priced at $74.98, includes 5 discs as well, with high-def widescreen video, English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, and subtitles in English and Spanish too.
An added bonus with these titles is that they both come with UltraViolet downloadable digital versions of all the episodes, as long as you remember to redeem the code before April 30, 2015.
“House M.D.” series finale which aired on Monday, May 21 left some burning questions for fans. While viewers might be relieved to see the titular character staying alive after he was trapped in a burning building, some might be wondering how the titular character survived the floor collapsing on him and the subsequent explosion.
Addressing this mystery, creator David Shore told TVLine, “It was supposed to be ambiguous as to whether the floor collapsed on him or in front of him; certainly it was nasty stuff. There are a few seconds between the collapse and the explosion. He narrowly got out the back.”
When pressed with question whether it’s possible for a limp man like House to escape that quickly, Shore said to TV Guide, “It was certainly intended to make the audience believe it’s going to be very, very difficult for him to get out.” He went on explaining, “It certainly would have been tricky for him to get out, but we don’t have a full understanding of the geography of the interior. It was supposed to be almost impossible, but possible.”
As for how the fire in the abandoned building started, the writer revealed, “It’s actually alluded to. There was more about it in the original cut of the episode. There is a reference to the fact that the guy fell asleep while smoking. That’s how he got the burns on his chest. He presumably passed out while on heroin and dropped the cigarette and the fire started.”
Also in the series finale, Foreman was smiling when finding House’s nametag under his table. Asked if that meant Foreman knew his former boss was still alive, Shore coyly answered, “The notion is that Foreman had pieced it together and figured it out.”
Of whether he ever considered to kill House in the last episode, Shore said, “Everything was on the table.” He, however, thought that “the idea of people thinking that House is dead is a weird thing to leave people with. It ultimately felt better to have him out there with Wilson doing who knows what.”
Though he keeps House alive, Shore is not willing to picture the doctor’s future once his best friend Wilson dies. “That’s way down the road. And that’s not what it was about,” he insisted. “The story is the story. And the story ends when the story ends.”
While many of the series’ former major characters returned, even in a form of hallucinations, to pay final visit, Lisa Edelstein’s Cuddy was not present in the final episode. “I wanted her to come back, but we weren’t able to make that happen,” Shore claimed, revealing that the ex-girlfriend of House might’ve done something to what Sela Ward’s Stacy did.
After eight seasons, “House M.D.” took the final bow on Monday, May 21 with a dramatic finale. Facing the potential of spending his time in jail while his best pal Wilson is dying, the titular character contemplated a suicide in a burning building in the episode titled “Everybody Dies”.
While the building was set ablaze, House had visions of the deceased characters, Kutner (Kal Penn) and Amber (Anne Dudek), his ex-girlfriend Stacy (Sela Ward) as well as Cameron (Jennifer Morrison). After some conversations with the people in his imagination, the doctor decided not to commit suicide.
As Wilson and Foreman, who had been looking for House since early in the episode, found the burning building, it exploded in flames. Viewers were then led to believe that House died in the building. His former and present colleagues, from Masters (Amber Tamblyn) to Thirteen (Olivia Wilde), attended a funeral for him.
Wilson delivered his eulogy, but he was interrupted by a text message that read, “SHUT UP YOU IDIOT.” Wilson then learned House was still alive and that he faked his own death by switching dental records with a dead man. Wilson told him that he could face tremendous jail time and could lose his practice license for good, but the eccentric doctor simply responded, “I’m dead, Wilson. How do you want to spend your last five months?”
The scene then switched to capture other characters. Chase took over the diagnostic department, Taub played a father to his kids, and Cameron had her own baby. Back to the best buddies, they were seen riding on motorcycles into the sunset in the final scene set to 1949′s song “Enjoy Yourself (It’s Later Than You Think)”.
Fans’ reactions to the finale vary, with one tweep named Claire commenting, “As much as I hated last year’s finale, I loved the #House series finale. Great way to end a series.” Evan Rougemont wrote, “I don’t think it could have ended any better. A perfect note,” but another Twitter user named Madhu ‘MadMan’ Menon said, “Somewhat lame series finale of House. But it’s about time the show ended.”
It’s only hours away before “House M.D.” bids final farewell, and the cast has given hints at how the story of the brilliant doctor will end. To TV Guide, Robert Sean Leonard who plays House’s best friend Wilson admits, “It’s not going to tie up everything – that’s not with this is about.”
“I think the show is going to end very abruptly and in a very surprising way because, as happens in life, you don’t live the ending. You just live your life,” he adds. Omar Epps, who portrays Foreman since the first season, also warns that fans may not see an ending as they expect. “David is trying to end this the way he wants to, not the way he thinks people want it to… This will end in the way that it needs to end,” he insists.
Despite the descriptions given by Leonard and Epps, Hugh Laurie still believes that people will be satisfied with the ending. He gushes, “I think the audience will be happy, not because House has learned some life lessons – that’s not what he’s about. I think people will be happy for him.”
The titular doctor depicter continues explaining, “There is something defiant about him, and I think the worst possible thing would be to see his spirit broken. I would find that depressing and that would make me unhappy. The fact that he’s still got a ‘mud in your eye, to hell with you all’ attitude, I sort of love.”
With his own words, creator David Shore shares how he sees the series finale. “This was never about me being able to tell a whole story that has a beginning, middle and end,” he says. “This was about me being able to tell a whole bunch of stories that have a beginning, middle and end. This is a bonus for me that I can wrap it up and go out in an interesting way.”
In another interview, Laurie is asked if his character will be jumping off a building. “You probably will [see him jumping off a building],” the British actor coyly answers. “House reaches a point at which he physically and emotionally confronts the question of to be or not to be. Well, I suppose I shouldn’t tell you which way he goes. You can probably guess.”
On House’s conflict which will be a focus in the finale, Shore explains, “House is faced with a very difficult situation with Wilson, and he assesses what his future should or will be. How does he deal with that?” He further says, “[House has] always been a good friend. I like the fact that we’re ending the series focusing on the House-Wilson relationship.”
Titled “Everybody Dies“, the series finale of “House M.D.” will air Monday, May 21 at 9/8c on FOX. It will be preceded by an hour-long retrospective.
Creator David Shore once teased that “House M.D.” will have a bittersweet ending and it has been hinted in a preview for the final episode. The titular character is seen falling through a floor and lying next to a blonde woman, possibly Cameron, in the promo set to the song “Live Forever” by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors.
Described as an emotional series finale, “Everybody Dies” is preceded by an hour-long retrospective at 8/7c on Monday, May 21. After treating a drug addict patient (guest star James Legros), House begins examining his life, his future and his own personal demons.
Beside Olivia Wilde’s Thirteen, familiar faces like Jennifer Morrison’s Cameron, Amber Tamblyn’s Masters, Kal Penn’s Kutner and Jesse Spencer’s Chase are expected to return to help the show bid farewell to fans. Gushing about how the story ends for his character, Spencer who will next star on NBC’s “Chicago Fire” recently said, “It’s actually very short, but it’s so great.”
“It’s this tiny little bit [that] opens up a whole new story, and we go ‘Oh my God.’ And [it leaves you] wondering,” the Australian actor went on sharing. “You kind of know where it is going, but you’d like to see where it goes from there. Then the series ends. I like it. I can’t wait.”
Thirteen will stop by Princeton Plainsboro a week before “House M.D.” bids farewell. Sporting lighter locks, Olivia Wilde returns to reprise her role as the Huntington’s disease-stricken doctor. “The prodigal daughter returns,” she says in a preview for the upcoming episode.
In “Holding On” that will air Monday, May 14 at 9/8c on FOX, House and his team take on the case of Derrick (guest star Skylar Astin), a 19-year-old college student who had a mysterious nose bleed during cheerleading practice. It’s later discovered that his health issues are likely both physiological and psychological.
Possibly suffering from schizophrenia, Derrick claims to hear his deceased brother’s voice in his head. Getting emotional, House takes an extreme way to make his patient stay alive. Meanwhile, Foreman tries a different approach with the brilliant doctor.
Executive producer/creator David Shore previously said at the show’s wrap party that Thirteen “comes back to give House a little advice… She intervenes with House and Wilson.” He recently added, “Wilson is sick and Thirteen is sick and that’s what connects them. She’s grateful for the help she’s received from House, and now she’s [offering] a little to support Wilson.”
Beside Wilde, former star Amber Tamblyn has confirmed she is also set to make a quick appearance in the series finale.
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House Season 8 Episode 21 Holding On : A PATIENT’S ILLNESS HAS ITS ROOTS IN THE BODY AND MIND ON THE ALL-NEW PENULTIMATE EPISODE OF “HOUSE” MONDAY, MAY 14, ON FOX
Thirteen (Olivia Wilde) Returns to Princeton Plainsboro
The team takes on the case of Derrick (guest star Skylar Astin), a 19-year-old college student who had a mysterious nose bleed during cheerleading practice, and discovers that his health issues are likely both physiological and psychological. Possibly suffering from schizophrenia, Derrick claims to hear his deceased brother’s voice in his head. Meanwhile, Wilson gets advice from former colleague Thirteen (guest star Wilde) and Foreman tries a different approach with House in the all-new “Holding On” episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 14 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-821) (TV-14, D, L, V)
Cast: Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House; Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson; Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman; Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase; Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub; Odette Annable as Dr. Jessica Adams; Charlyne Yi as Dr. Chi Park
Guest Cast: Skylar Astin as Derrick; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen; Moira Squier as Jen; Natalie Dreyfuss as Courtney; Derek Mio as Floyd; Enzo Cilenti as Matt Johnson; Joshua Rush as Ryan; Jacob Zachar as Mikey; David Wells as Milton; Lyn Alicia Henderson as Vet; David Waknine as Janitor; David Fraioli as Janitor #2; Pat McNeely as Woman; Michael C. Alexander as Man; Brayden Brooks as 6 yr. old Christopher; Bobbin Bergstrom as Nurse.