House Season 6 Finale Spoilers: Season 7 Mystery!

House – Episode 6.22 – Help Me – Press Release


Cuddy, House and members of the team join forces with a search-and-rescue team to provide much-needed medical attention at the scene of an emergency in the “Help Me” season finale episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-622) (TV-14 L)

Cast: Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House; Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy; Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman; Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson; Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron; Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase; Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen/Dr. Remy Hadley

Guest Cast: Jamie McShane as Captain McCreavey; Angel Oquendo as EMT Coumont; Doug Kruse as Dolce; Kimberly M. Bailey as Dolce’s Wife; China Jesusita Shavers as Hanna; Desean Terry as Charles

Source: FOX

House’s Lisa Edelstein: The Exploration of House and Cuddy Isn’t Over


It always hurts when someone you love moves on, and especially painful when that person moves on to someone else. It’s even worse when you still have to see the object of your desire every day. And what’s worst of all is when you’re the star of a medical drama, and for the season finale, you and the woman you love have to spend hours together, treating a victim trapped in the rubble of a crane collapsed. A crane collapsed like your hopes and dreams.

That’s the situation in which Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) finds himself Monday as House wraps its sixth season. talked to Lisa Edelstein, who plays just-trying-to-move-on love interest Cuddy, about why she thinks her character has given up on the cranky diagnostician and whether she truly loves her new beau, Lucas. She also tells us whether Cuddy’s rejection could drive House back to a relapse. Will watching the finale be like watching a crane wreck?

Watch free full episodes of House Last week, Dr. Nolan and House came to the realization that Cuddy’s relationship with Lucas has deeply affected House. How will that carry over into the finale?
Edelstein: It comes to a head for sure. Cuddy is making some moves in her life that are really painful for House, even though he’s trying to be the bigger man. I think House is taking all the decisions in her own life personally. When really, the things Cuddy is doing, she’s doing for herself. She’s trying to make better decisions that might lead to a happier, easier future. They’re not necessarily the decisions that stick. They’re just the ones you try to do. And in the meantime, they are caught up in an awful disaster where they team up to help this woman. In the process it really forces them to face each other and see each other for who they are. There’s obviously something there, so why do you think she’s giving up on him?
Edelstein: Because of her daughter. The fact that she’s a mother and needs something stable in her life. She’s got so much responsibility that to have an intimate relationship with House would mean she’d have another huge task at hand. And I think she’s doing everything she can to stop herself from going in that direction. Well, do you think she really loves Lucas?
Edelstein: I think it’s more about having a stable family. I don’t think it’s great passion. It’s one of those times in a person’s life where you try to choose against your instinct because what you need is stability. I think what really turns her on is, well, not stability. She’s got huge responsibilities now. In [the recent Cuddy-centric episode], you see Lucas knows how to show up and helps her in practical matters — even though he’s a disappointment in that particular episode [Laughs]. Her relationship with House goes much deeper. He’s the one that helps her in a way that’s more meaningful. She’s able to come to new understandings with him. A lot of fans truly hate the “Luddy” relationship. What’s your take on that?
Edelstein: I love it. I think it’s fantastic that people are so passionate about it. It’s very hard to watch two people that you think should just get together not get together. It’s very painful because you get attached to an idea. But I don’t think the exploration of House and Cuddy is over by any stretch of the imagination. I just think she could not go further with him until she tried something else. There’s no way. She has to try to live the life that she thinks is the more correct way of doing this. This is the woman who is very responsible. Until she’s done going in that direction, which I don’t know when that will be, she’s got to do what she’s got to do. Would you like to see House and Cuddy get together before end of the series, or do you think that would ruin things?
Edelstein: I do think they need to do something about it. And I would trust David Shore to never make it actually work. [Laughs] It has to be tortured and painful. I mean, these are not happy people. If they suddenly became happy, the dynamics of the show would change. Would I like to see something go on? Yeah. But how will it happen, I have no idea.

VIDEO: Get a first Look at the House finale Recent episodes have dropped hints that House is headed for a relapse. What can you tell us about that?
Edelstein: House came out of the hospital with the intention of getting Cuddy. So that’s an arc of this season for sure. Wilson’s been there to take care of him, but Cuddy’s been the thing on his mind. He’s tried many times this season to convince her to be with him, so I do think that’s a major sense of failure. So. Tell us how it all ends?
Edelstein: No. [Laughs] A lot of people on the show haven’t even seen the finale scene. So is it really good?
Edelstein: Yes!

House – Episode 6.22 – Help Me – Global Promo

House – Episode 6.22 – Help Me – First 2 Minutes of the Season Finale

House – Episode 6.21 – Baggage – Promotional Photos

Source: FOX

House – Re-Examined Promo with Hugh Laurie

House – Episode 6.21 – Baggage – Press Release


Andre Braugher and Cynthia Watros Guest-Star

During a session with Dr. Nolan (guest star Braugher), House recounts the case of a woman who arrives at the Princeton Plainsboro emergency room with an unexplained illness and no recollection of who she is. While trying to solve the mystery of the woman’s illness, House must also help her piece together her identity in the all-new “Baggage” episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 10 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-621) (TV-14 L)

Cast: Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House; Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy; Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman; Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson; Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron; Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase; Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub; Olivia Wilde as Thirteen/Dr. Remy Hadley

Guest Cast: Andre Braugher as Nolan; Cynthia Watros as Sam Carr; Zoe McLellan as Sidney; David Monahan as Jay; Annette M. Lesure as Durdanna; Carl Gilliard as Dutch; Raul Keeley as Harris; Angelyna Martinez as Nurse Jody; Ric Maddox as Officer Durkee
Source: FOX

House – Episode 6.20 – The Choice – Promo

House – Episode 6.19 – The Choice – Promo 2

House – Episode 6.20 – The Choice – Promo 3

House – Episode 6.20 – The Choice – 3 Sneak Peeks

House – InHouse – Episode 6.19 – Open and Shut

House – Episode 6.18 – Knight Fall – InHouse Video – BTS

House – Katie Jacobs on House, Huddy and Next Season

House‘s season 6 finale airs in less than a month, so what better time to get executive producer Katie Jacobs on the horn for a quick status report on Huddy, Luddy, and all things in between? That was meant as a rhetorical question but I’ll go ahead and answer it anyway: There is no better time, silly!

Last year at this time, House was exhibiting the early signs of a complete mental breakdown. What’s his emotional journey as this season winds down?
KATIE JACOBS: Considering the fact that he’s not on Vicodin, things have been going as well as they could possibly go. He’s living with Wilson, and I think that’s helpful. And he’s really making an effort to hold it together. It sort of seems like in every episode there’s a new revelation about how well he really is doing. How is he faring just taking ibuprofen for the pain? Is that working? In episode 17 he was stuck in that room for two hours with David Strathairn and we found out he is in pain. And from now until the end of the season, there’s going to be something that challenges House’s [sobriety] in almost every episode.

Wilson’s ex-wife returning being one of those things?
JACOBS: Yes. If that relationship progresses to the point where they want to live together, what does that mean for House? Does he stay or does he go? Also, some things from [his] past are going to come back and maybe present themselves as an opportunity for him to connect to someone else, and it’s not going to work out so well. Everybody but House is sort of taking a step toward, coupling up or at least trying to. Wilson with Sam, Cuddy with Lucas, and earlier in the season there was Foreman with his brother. And little by little House is going to find that he’s pretty much on his own again.

Let’s talk about the Huddy of it all. Back in February, David Shore confirmed that House and Cuddy would eventually hook up. Fans, of course, are growing impatient.
JACOBS: I understand the fans’ point of view, but the relationship between Cuddy and Lucas offers Cuddy some really important things: companionship, shared responsibility of Rachel, and they have a nice time together. What I think fans are responding to is that they don’t feel that relationship provides everything Cuddy can have. I would say watch for [an answer to this question]: Is that relationship going to work for Cuddy? Because it’s a lot of good things but it’s not everything. But no relationship is. How long will that work for Cuddy? Will it work permanently or will it not work?

I can’t tell you how many emails I receive a day from fans who just want Lucas gone.
JACOBS: They don’t want her to settle for anyone less than House. And that’s something she has to wrestle with. Is this really going to work for her? Is this going to be the relationship? And we know that’s on everyone’s minds. It’s on our minds as well.

Would it be fair to say she’s going to come to some sort of decision about that before the end of the season?
JACOBS: It’s addressed, so far as, “Okay, am I going to make this work with Lucas? Can I stay with Lucas?” It is going to be addressed by the end of the season whether or not she thinks she can.

You hinted earlier that someone from House’s past comes back. Is it a former love?
JACOBS: I won’t address that. But I will say that one of the things that we haven’t shown, but that’s been ongoing, is his treatment with Dr. Nolan [Andre Braugher]. Just because he’s been out of the hospital doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have regular therapy session. We haven’t shown that, and you’ll see that.

Thirteen and Taub’s three-year fellowships are due to expire at season’s end. Will that be addressed?
JACOBS: Boy, you’re so smart. I don’t know. I really don’t know. I will say there’s a mystery at the end of this season with one of our characters. Oh, that’s so vague.

Can you be a little more specific?
JACOBS: [Hesitates] In the final episode there’s an unanswered question with one of our actors and it’s a mystery that will play out over next season.

Yikes! Who do you think Jacobs is referring to? And care to weigh in on Cuddy’s big season-ending decision?
Source: EW

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