House, M.D. - Season 2

House, M.D. - Season 2

4.7 46
Director: Daniel Attias, Daniel Sackheim, David Semel, David Shore

Cast: Daniel Attias, Daniel Sackheim, David Semel, David Shore

     
 

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Bill Pearis
The medical drama House became a word-of-mouth hit in its first season, thanks mainly to Hugh Laurie's mesmerizing, Emmy-nominated performance as the curmudgeonly, brilliant Dr. Gregory House, a physician whose skill at diagnosing baffling medical ailments rivals his disdain for human contact. While the show could've stuck with the disease-of-the-week formula for its second season, the producers wisely changed the prescription just enough, allowing for greater character depth and multiple-episode story arcs while keeping House's caustic one-liners. Apart from his bad leg, which has left him with a limp and an addiction to pills, House's biggest pain is the return of his ex-wife, Stacey (Sela Ward), who has taken the position of chief counsel at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Despite his seemingly icy exterior, House isn't quite over her -- nor she him. Elsewhere in the hospital, House's three young team members get their own cases this year. Dr. Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) treats an HIV-positive man in "Hunting," with potentially deadly results; chaos ensues when a young mother dies due to Dr. Chase's (Jesse Spencer) negligence in "The Mistake"; and ambitious Dr. Foreman (Omar Epps) becomes the patient in the tense two-parter "Euphoria." Elsewhere in the hospital: Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) moves in with House when he and his wife separate; department head Dr. Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) pursues her desire to have children; and a very disgruntled former patient (Elias Koteas) pays House a visit in the explosive Season 2 finale. Our diagnosis? House - Season 2 is even more addictive than the first.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/22/2006
UPC:
0025192960024
Rating:
NR
Source:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
17:24:00
Sales rank:
51,907

Special Features

"An Evening with House" featurette
"It Could Be Lupus" featurette
Blooper reel
Alternate takes: the "Valley Girl" versions
Producer commentaries

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hugh Laurie Dr. Gregory House
Cameron Richardson Alex
Cynthia Nixon Anica Jovanovich
D.B. Sweeney Dylan Crandall
Dan Butler Dr. Philip Weber
Diane Baker Blythe House
Elias Koteas Jack Moriarty
Hillary Tuck Kara Mason
Howard Hesseman Henry Errington
Jayma Mays Hannah
Lisa Edelstein Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Mackenzie Astin Ian
Michael O'Keefe Fletcher Stone
Michelle Trachtenberg Melinda
Ron Livingston Dr. Sebastian Charles
Samantha Mathis Maria
Sasha Pieterse Andie
Scott Michael Campbell Off. Joe Luria
Sela Ward Stacy Warner
Thomas Dekker Boyd
Aasha Davis Leona
Charles S. Dutton Rodney Foreman
Chil Kong Morgue Tech
Chris Tallman Vince
Currie Graham Mark Warner
Dahlia Salem Max
Hansford Prince Bogale
Ignacio Serricchio Alfredo
James Immekus Adam
Jewel Christian Pam
John Rubinstein Dr. Ayersman
Kip Pardue Brent Mason
Laura Allen Sarah
LL Cool J Clarence
Mel Harris Barbara
Omar Epps Dr. Eric Foreman
Patrick LoSasso Do-Gooder
Peter Birkenhead Vincent Lambert
R. Lee Ermey John House
Ron Perkins Dr. Simpson
Tamara Braun Grace
Tom Verica Martin
Alice Smith Kaya McGinley
America Olivo Ingrid
Andrea Bendewald Cecilia Carter
Chioke Dmachi Baby Shoes
Christie Lynn Smith Cindy Kramer
Dayton Reese Michael
Eddie Mills Bob
Erica Gimpel Elizabeth Stone
Greg Grunberg Ronald Neuberger
J.R. Villareal Manny
James DuMont George
Julia Ling Anne
Julie Warner Margo Dalton
Kristoffer Polaha Jeff Foster
Lance Guest Lewis
Larry Weissman Fat Man
Leigh Allyn Baker Claire
Lisa Darr Emily
Michelle Clunie Judy
Randall Park Brad
Robert Sean Leonard Dr. James Wilson
Toni Lewis NICU Nurse
Vicellous Shannon Carnell Hall
William Katt Walter
Wings Hauser Michael Ryan
Alice Lo Mrs. Ling
Amber DeMarco Rose
Charles Robinson Robert
Christopher Cousins Doug
Clifton Powell Ken Hall
Edward Kerr Ted Dalton
Harry F. Brockington Dahoma
Jake McDorman Dan
Jean St. James Cecile Errington
Kevin Moon EMT
Kris Campbell Pregnant Woman
Krista Lewis Flight Attendant
Loreni Delgado Haines
Marshall Bell Warden
Matthew John Armstrong Kalvin Ryan
Mimi Kennedy Greta Simms
Obie Sims Cuddy's Patient
Purva Bedi Teacher
Ryan Hurst Sam McGinley
Sandra Marshall Agnes
Stephanie Erb Charlotte Lambert
Taraji P. Henson Moira
William Jones Dr. Murphy
Xhercis Imelda
Alanna Ubach Dr. Louise Harper
Bobbin Bergstrom Nurse
Calvin King Transvestite
Christine Avila Luisa
Greg Winter Chuck
Hamilton Mitchell Infection Control Officer
Holly Daniels Debbie
Joseph Williamson Dr. Bruce
Ken Weiler Jerry
Kendall Clement Anestheseologist
Keri Lynn Pratt Amy Errington
Mackenzie English Katina
Michelle Harrison Nicole
Nell Rutledge Hailey
Owen Pearce Max
Pat Caldwell Mary Jean
Stephanie Venditto Brenda,Nurse Brenda
William Rogers Pastor
Yareli Arizmendi Maid

Technical Credits
Daniel Attias Director
Daniel Sackheim Director
David Semel Director
David Shore Director
Deran Sarafian Director
Felix Enriquez Alcala Director
Fred Gerber Director
Gloria Muzio Director
Greg Yaitanes Director
Jace Alexander Director
James Hayman Director
John Showalter Director
Martha Mitchell Director
Peter O'Fallon Director

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House, M.D. - Season 2 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
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dis show da bomb!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an awsomely well written and performed series. Each episode is a master piece of a medical thriller where the smart and elusive criminal is an illness. The plot is compelling, moving, fun, very smart. The acting, superior. Hugh Laurie is pure talent and he IS House and you love and hate him and can never have have enough of him. (Plus, the acid jokes in the dialogues are too fun and intelligent.)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought exactly what some of you people thought when you saw a preview for House. It's just another one of those medical dramas where the doctor makes a miraculous discovery and save the patient everytime. Wrong. While it is somewhat of a medical drama, the lives of the doctors and patients will grab your attention. Things that might interest people besides just the medicine is the almost relationship between House and one of the doctors working for him and another woman in his life. While you keep wishing one of them will end up with him, you're kept in perfect suspense with plently of sexual tension and awkward situations turned hilarious. If a dry, sarcastic humor isn't what you're looking for, I'd say stay away from House. But if you're looking for something that can grab your attention and make you honestly want to sit through the commercials just to see what happens next, House is definitely the show for you. And just thing...if you buy this, you won't even have to sit through the commercials. Good luck and I hope you love House as much as I do.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I stumbled across "House" over the summer. I find this show to be entertaining, educational and a fascinating study of the "human condition". We see a brilliant dignostitician battlings his own "demons" in his body (functioning pain killer addict), his heart (I couldn't be happier to see Sela Ward added to this fine ensemble cast) and his "team" not to mention hospital "beaurocracy". I love this show!! There's a little bit of "House" in all of us!! I can't wait for season three!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVE this show and Hugh Laurie! Pick it up today. You won't be sorry! P.S. the bloopers are so funny, but short.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hugh Laurie (Gregory House) is phenomenal in his role as this offensive, yet somehow compassionate doctor. The plot twists always keep you on your feet, and the character development is always top notch. I find it a breath of fresh air with all these shows that lack in both creativity and intelligent content. A great buy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great series. The dialogue is funny and memorable. Features great one-liners not to be missed. Hugh Laurie did an excellent job in portraying the cranky but brilliant main character with a heart of gold. There's a fair bit of drama going on in Season 2. More than in Season 1 at least. What are you waiting for? Watch it now!
Guest More than 1 year ago
House is an awesome show! I watch it every chance that i get. Hugh Laurie has some great and comical lines that he performs!! I also think that in the episode 2:07 Hunting, Dr. Chase (Jesse Spencer) and Dr. Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) should persue their relationship even though both of them think it's a bad idea. Who cares!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hugh Laurie is incredible. He portrays this House with such briallance it always leaves us wondering what else he's thinking. Definitely leaving us wanting more. Would also love to see Sela Ward some more in Season 3.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you haven't seen House then you're missing out on a great t.v. series. At first I thought it was just another medical drama show, but once you watch it, it's MUCH better. Hugh Laurie does a fantastic job, playing an anti-social doctor addicted to pain killers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you were wondering if there are any crazily smart doctors out there, the answer is yes. In this humourous, clever, and exciting series, you feel as if not all tv is just trashy cheap dramas. This show really stands out as amazing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You have NEVER seen medical drama until you've seen House. Watch it. Go. NOW.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i absoultly love house. im a teenager and i think that hugh laurie is so hot! while other teens are watching mtv and the real world i watch house. i woundnt mind going on a date with hugh luarie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
House, is absolutely wonderful. The writing is outstanding and all the actors are great. But at it's core, House is great because of it's main character Dr. Gregory House. He is brilliant, witty, sarcastic, damaged, honest and vulnerable all at the same time. Hugh Laurie brings a new depth to the character of House. No actor would be better in the role. I suggest a free weekend of nothing but House and Popcorn, there is no better combination!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this show. I think House is the BEST show on T.V., and Hugh Laurie is such a great actor, and SEXY. He is actually British. I know, he doesn't talk with a British accent on the show. Like I said he is such a great actor.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love house!! It's one of the best doctor shows on Fox. The plot lines will have you guessing right up to the very end! The humor is great to. I love the house and Cuddy secnes! Some of my favorite epsodes are. Discractions, All in, ephoria1&2,let sleeping dogs lie. Enjoy!
Guest More than 1 year ago
House is the best show on Television right now. If you love this show, the DVD sets are a must, as they include fun extras.
Nami726 More than 1 year ago
Love, Love, Love this show. Only started watching it in October and have now caught up all seasons! Funny and Smart----quality of dvd is fantastic!!
TruckRN More than 1 year ago
Our family loves the House series!!!
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