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After an eight-week reality show-like audition, Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) has chosen his team. Here are the results!
Originally shown in 1993 on ITV in the UK, All or Nothing at All showcases Hugh Laurie as the dark and deeply flawed Leo Hopkins.
The master of medical sleight of hand treats a magician. House is skeptical at first, but the patient's illness is more than an illusion.
Hoping to "kindle" a new avenue of interest in reading, Amazon.com has introduced it's entry into the e-reader market.
Books meet new technology with Amazon.com's new Kindle, an e-book reader with some interesting possibilities.
A House, MD episode that left me breathless, counting the seconds until the show came back from commercial break.
Dr. Gregory House avoids patients like the plague. But what happens when he does interact with them? This guide explains.
Met with both silence and defiance, the Illinois Moment of Silence law has now been in effect one month.
As a fan of House, MD for its intelligent writing (and excellent acting), I'm doing my bit in support of the writers strike.
Like the best House, MD episodes, “Whatever it Takes” is simple on the outside but complex and beautiful within.