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|House MD Season Five|
Actors: Hugh Laurie, Omar Epps
Genres: Drama, Television
Hugh Laurie returns to his Golden Globe®-winning and Primetime Emmy® Award-nominated role as Dr. Gregory House in House: Season Five! House pushes new boundaries in medicine while dealing with emotional chaos as personal a... more »
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Jr N. from TAMARAC, FL
Reviewed on 11/21/2014...
Hard to believe that the writing and acting has remained at such a high level thru out every single episode since the opening pilot. Hugh Laurie plays a role that only he could play .. love this show!
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Callie K. (ballofglitter) from GRAND ISLAND, NE
Reviewed on 5/8/2014...
Love House. I love the humor a little dramatic at times and i love the mysteries illnesses.
Nathan A. Olson | austin, mn | 04/12/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"House MD season five is not like seasons 1-3. The last two seasons have been different; a new cast has come into the fold, and Cameron and Chase have become guest stars at best. But, the show is called House, and despite what others will say, this is one of the best (if not the best) seasons of House. Sure, it has had a few relationships. But, why wouldn't it? This show is not just starting. It's been on for five seasons. It's been known from the very beginning that House and Cuddy have chemistry, and finally they are seeing where it leads. I say finally because it was inevitable.
Such phrases as "jump the shark" or "a broken House" are floating around, but do not believe them. Adamant fans of the show know that House has always been a show to take chances and hope the viewers come along for the ride. All this show has continued to do is take chances, and hope the viewers come along. Such as "Last Resort" in which the hospital is taken hostage, or "Locked In" where most of the perspective is in a blur and from the patient's point of view, or the latest "Simple Explanation" which may possibly be the best episode House has ever produced. Some say House is broken because it isn't what it used to be. And no, it isn't what it used to be. In many ways it's better.
This season has been about self exploration, and House's drive to change. This season has been about growth in our favorite damaged Doc. I write this review with the season not yet being done. There are still four episodes to go, but I can easily say that this show is still as amazing (if not even more so) than before. Do yourself a favor... buy season five of House... you will not be disappointed.
Great season ending!
KN | Elkhart, In USA | 05/15/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Just started watching House during season five and it's been a blast getting to know the series AND being able to watch the previous seasons on USA. THEN stuff starts to make sense.
After watching the season five season finale, I'm anxious for season 6! What an unexpected twist! Part one of the two part season finale was great on it's own, but the unraveling of the plot in part two was breath taking! I was on the edge of my seat!
The writing of this series is exceptional. Well thought out with great philosophical and ethical themes. So great.
I appreciate the attempt to humanize House, and have been riveted watching the process. There have been a few episodes that have brought me to tears, and I enjoy that in a series. Add to that the number of laughs I've had, and the spine tingling plot twists, and you have a winner. Add to THAT Hugh Laurie, well.....Can't wait to see what season 6 offers.
Lola Jean | Watertown, SD | 04/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I started watching House about 2 years ago and I am hopelessly addicted. I find the show entertaining. House and his team keep things going each week with the story lines and there are usually 2 or 3 going on at the same time. Then add the mix of the drama between House and his team members and it gets fun & crazy! I will say that I could have easily lived with out the whole "gay thing" as I don't find that very entertaining and it did nothing to enhance the story. But other than that, I find House one of the best weekly programs on TV these days. Hugh Laurie is an amazing actor and I love his quirky behavior on the show. I am giving House MD a 5 star rating! Oh and writing Amber back in for a few episodes is so fun! I love this show and can't wait till next week's show is on!! Glad to hear that they will be coming back this fall with Season 6!"