House, M.D. - Season 3

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Overview

Although he has recovered from the gunshot wound administered by the husband of a former patient at the end of House's second season, Season Three finds the unabashedly misanthropic Dr. Gregory House Hugh Laurie still suffering from a plethora of emotional wounds, wracked with self-doubt about his efficiency as a nephrologist specializing in unusual medical cases, and asking himself if he should actually start treating and regarding his patients as human beings. This self-reflection doesn't last long, and soon ...
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Overview

Although he has recovered from the gunshot wound administered by the husband of a former patient at the end of House's second season, Season Three finds the unabashedly misanthropic Dr. Gregory House Hugh Laurie still suffering from a plethora of emotional wounds, wracked with self-doubt about his efficiency as a nephrologist specializing in unusual medical cases, and asking himself if he should actually start treating and regarding his patients as human beings. This self-reflection doesn't last long, and soon House is his old obnoxious self, the holy terror of Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Nor does he let up on the overuse of prescription drugs like Vicodin and Ketamine to ease the agony of his leg pain an experimental treatment to alleviate the pain this season only makes matters worse. In fact, one of the year's most omnipresent--and ominous--storylines involves a detective named Michael Tritter David Morse, who enters the clinic as a patient and ends up as Inspector Javert to House's Jean Valjean, dogging the doctor's trail and persecuting his colleagues in hopes of ultimately throwing House in the slammer for drug abuse and falsifying perscriptions. In other major Season Three developments, a romance blossoms between House's longtime associates Dr. Robert Chase Jesse Spencer and Dr. Allison Cameron Jennifer Morrison. And after a medical misjudgment which totally shatters his self-confidence, Princeton-Plainsboro's ace neurologist Eric Foreman Omar Epps abruptly resigns.
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Special Features

House soundtrack session with band from TV; Anatomy of an episode: The Jerk; Blood, needles and body parts: the house prop department; Open house: the production office; Blooper reel; Commentary from the show's creative team; And more!
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/21/2007
  • UPC: 025195008136
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Digi-Pak / Slip Sleeve
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 17:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 8,449

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Disc #1 -- House: Season Three, Episodes 1-5
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Love it!!

    Probably one of the best shows on right now!! Funny, smart, keeps you interested and fast paced----! Have watched all seasons since December! Hooked on this and could watch over and over. Hope it doesn't get canceled as all "smart" fast paced shows do. Intelligent witty writing!

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    Deliciously mean

    House is a total entertainment package. One of the few TV shows I'll watch more than once. Season 3 takes us in some new directions, keeps the series from getting stale.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    House

    This show is for anyone who is interested in the field of medical science.The main character, Dr. House "Hugh Laurie", is part of a medical research team who takes on any patient who has an unknown illness. His sarcastic and witty personality gives him a humor that even though he is a brilliant doctor, it's in his nature to slack off and then come to conclusions about the mystery disease. His co-workers even find him to be a bit off-beat but all the same he always solves the case. Every new episode has a new patient with a new, undiagnosed disease. It's a great drama, yet at the same time a great mystery show that keeps you guessing. It would be even better if they had a real doctor on the show!

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