Question: Can’t wait for Candice Bergen on House. What is her first encounter with House like? —Joel
Ausiello: He doesn’t know she’s Cuddy’s mom when they first meet, so I’m guessing it’s going to get awkward quick. BTW, two other notes about Candice: She arrives for Cuddy’s birthday, and her two episodes will be nonconsecutive.
Question: Should we read anything into Chase’s sexual overture to Thirteen on House last week? Was he really interested in her, or is it just a case of a horny single doctor? —Elizabeth
Ausiello: Let’s ask exec producer David Shore, shall we? David, should we read anything into Chase’s sexual overture to Thirteen on House last week? Was he really interested in her, or is it just a case of a horny single doctor? “If there is something more going on there, you won’t see it for a while,” he says, “because of Olivia [Wilde]‘s movie schedule [taking her off the canvas].”
With House's Thirteen MIA while Olivia Wilde shoots back-to-back films (she's expected to return to Princeton-Plainsboro before season's end), House has tapped Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn to fill the void as med student Martha M. Masters. "Considering how horrific House is to doctors, just imagine him being your first mentor," says exec producer Katie Jacobs. "Her first challenge is: Can she stay on House's team?"
It's Cuddy who "insists House hire a woman, because she feels there's way too much testosterone on the team," Lisa Edelstein says. "Cuddy picks Masters and sort of shoves her on House."
Amber's debut in Episode 6 finds Dr. Masters treating an underhanded political campaign manager (Heroes' Jack Coleman), who develops hepatitis C. "I'm the case of the week, so I worked with almost all the doctors, including Amber, who was fantastic," reports Jack. "I think people are going to love and relate to her role — a socially awkward kid who was always a little ahead of everyone else."
Jacobs says it's too soon to pair up Masters romantically, even with randy Dr. Chase (Jesse Spencer). Jesse agrees that they wouldn't be a good match. "She's too uptight for him and too much like what [ex-wife] Cameron [Jennifer Morrison] used to be," he says. "She comes in all wide-eyed and moralistic, and Chase loves watching House devour her. He takes her to the cleaners and it's hilarious."
By the way, Jennifer tells me she wishes Amber good luck in the role. But as for returning to House, Jennifer says she hasn't been in recent contact with anyone from the show. When she left, "they guaranteed me three more episodes — if they write them. So if they do, I'll, of course, make myself available," she says. (No easy task since she's now on CBS' How I Met Your Mother). "But if they decide not to, they still have to pay me."
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The highly anticipated double date-themed episode of House finally airs tonight, and I’ve got five words for you: House. Cuddy. Wilson. Sam. Go-Karting. If that sounds like a recipe for disaster, well, it’s probably because it is. Check out an exclusive preview—featuring clips from the episode and slightly spoilery interviews with Hugh Laurie, Lisa Edelstein, Robery Sean Leonard, and Cynthia Watros—after the jump!
7x15 BOMBSHELLS - info od Mii Michaels i Gale'a Tattersall'a
Episode 15 title: "Bombshells"
- Stage 18: POTW's (?) House
- backlet: Church (Int. / Ext.)
- backlet: NJ Woods
Also, Gale Tattersall (photography guy) said about ep. 15
Greg Yaitanes at the helm... going to be a great ep... many dreams, many genrés to emulate!!
Right now, my take would lean towards some sort of "nightmare" sequence as in the original "Oklahoma" and seen in so many other movies as well. I can see this being a "nightmare" or "hallucination" while someone is under anasthesia (Cuddy?) This would explain in part the Gale Tatersall comment about using several genres and it would also explain Hugh and Lisa involved in a dance sequence. Also it would account for that weird zombie-like make-up in the photo of the dancers.
# The scene Mia Michaels choregraphed is a CIRCUS scene. Which explains the different genres tattersale is talking about, and the weird costumes the dancers are wearing, and the broken dolls reference GY is talking about.
In addition, one of the dancers involved in House tweeted that she had bruises on her inner thighs from riding a tricycle...
The girl's name is Noelle Marsh. Here's her tweet: "Ditto! Is that weird?? RT @RyanlRamirez: Definitely have bruising on my inner thighs from riding a tricycle. Yeap."
After taking a good look at the mysterious picture of the patient on the O.R table I think it's a teenager, at the most. Like 13 or 14. Cuz the body is not very tall, compared to the length of the table...
here's my completely twited guess: maybe the POTW is Cuddy's sister kid. which is why she's in the ep. maybe the secret is that the little girl needs a blood transfusion or something and Cuddy offers to give it (bone merril) hence the patient's cap and the radiation outfits Foreman and Chase wear cuz to transplant bone merril you need to shut down the immune system first with radiation.
BUT!! and maybe that's the secret, Cuddy finds out that her sister is not her real biological sister or whatever, pick a family drama that would mirror the NON importance of Rachel being adopted, because you them the same, which would make House question himself about committing to her as a father figure....
Ok. Done! wow, I'm posting this from my phone so I can't proof read, sorry if there're lots of typos..
anyway: CIRCUS! and maybe they're (dancers) part of the little girl's dream while she's high before, or during the operation, which could conveniently include Cuddy, as the cool auntie!
_________________ I need her in my life!I don't want you to change. ~~ Huddy forever! . Wysłany:
Pon 16:47, 27 Gru 2010