What a great end to a great season. Sounds like Sela Ward will at least stick around for a few episodes next season. The scene where House stuck the needle in her husband without his permission was the strongest of the episode, IMO.
I loved how they ended the show with the song that really began the first episode, where he used "You can't always get what you want" as a quote, only to be rebutted by Cuddy saying "if you try sometimes, you get what you need."
Great season, and I'm really looking forward to see what they do for season 2. The cast is great, and shouldn't be changed.
To my knowledge, NBC is using Scrubs as a mid-season replacement next year, so you should be able to watch House worry-free in the fall. Plus, when Fox does their programming shift in the spring, House will move from Tuesday @ 9 to Monday @ 8, and serve as the lead-in for 24. (Word.)
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A great episode and a great way to end the season. I agree that House sticking the needle in the guy's arm was the best scene. Just two things I kinda didn't like, not a lot of Wilson or Cuddy. I was hoping that they would have ore interaction with House's ex. Oh well, still a awesome episode.
I don't know what I will do for television viewing now, the best shows are done for the season: House, Lost, South Park, 24, and Shield soon. Damn summer is going to be too long, at least I will have Rescue Me.
Originally posted by Above Average 1I caught the episode last week and thought it was awesome. That being said any idea if and when they are going to release this on DVD?
I don't know, but I hope they put it on DVD...it's just a really good show, and seems to get even better the more they inflect Dr. Wilson into the show. Best episode of the season had to be when they got rid of Vogler, who was being played by Chi McBride...
Me either Quezzy. As for the movie being confusing, if you think about the title and the explanation of THE PRESTIGE, it all makes perfect sense. The narrative at the end describes exactly what happened and why. GREAT movie.