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House M.D.: Season 2 [2005] (6 discs)

Composer:Massive Attack
Length:1008 minutes
(16 hours 48 minutes)
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IMDB Rating:8.8/10
Amazon Rating:5.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: House continues being the genius misanthrope we've come to know and tolerate.

Reaction: House's former love, Stacy, is the Vogler of this season.

Personal Rating: 8/10

"The Mistake" and "Euphoria" (2 parts)

Select Guest Cast
Aasha Davis => Leona (Who's Your Daddy?)
America Olivo => Ingrid (Who's Your Daddy?)
D.B. Sweeney => Dylan Crandall (Who's Your Daddy?)
Adam Busch => Tony (Sex Kills)
Greg Grunberg => Ronald Neuberger (Sex Kills)
Howard Hesseman => Henry Errington (Sex Kills)
Keri Lynn Pratt => Amy Errington (Sex Kills)
Yvette Nicole Brown => Ellen Stambler (Sex Kills)
Allison Smith => Kayla McGinley (The Mistake)
John Lafayette => Dr. Schisgal (The Mistake)
John Rubinstein => Dr. Ayersman (The Mistake)
Ryan Hurst => Sam McGinley (The Mistake)
Cameron Richardson => Alex (Skin Deep)
Tom Verica => Martin, Alex's father (Skin Deep)
Carter Page => Ian Alston (All In)
Laura Allen => Sarah Alston (All In)
Charles Robinson => Robert (Humpty Dumpty)
Ignacio Serricchio => Alfredo (Humpty Dumpty)
Charles S. Dutton => Rodney Foreman (Euphoria: Part 2)
Leigh-Allyn Baker => Claire (as Leigh-Allyn Baker) (Euphoria: Part 2)
Chris Tallman => Vince (No Reason)
Elias Koteas => Jack Moriarty (No Reason)
Clifton Powell => Ken Hall (Daddy's Boy)
Diane Baker => Blythe House (Daddy's Boy)
R. Lee Ermey => John House (Daddy's Boy)
Vicellous Reon Shannon => Carnell Hall (as Vicellous Shannon) (Daddy's Boy)
Cynthia Nixon => Anica Jovanovich (Deception)
Dahlia Salem => Max (Sleeping Dogs Lie)
Jayma Mays => Hannah (Sleeping Dogs Lie)
Eddie Mills => Bob Palko (Clueless)
Samantha Mathis => Maria Palko (Clueless)
Elle Fanning => Stella Dalton (Need to Know)
Julie Warner => Margo Dalton (Need to Know)
Erica Gimpel => Elizabeth Stone (Failure to Communicate)
Michael O'Keefe => Fletcher Stone (Failure to Communicate)
Mimi Kennedy => Greta (Failure to Communicate)
Hillary Tuck => Kara Mason (Forever)
Kip Pardue => Brent Mason (Forever)
Jake McDorman => Dan (Safe)
Mel Harris => Barbara Bardach (Safe)
Michelle Trachtenberg => Melinda Bardach (Safe)
James Immekus => Adam (Distractions)
Kristoffer Polaha => Jeff Forrester (Spin)
Taraji P. Henson => Moira (Spin)
Tom Lenk => Allen (Spin)
LL Cool J => Clarence (Acceptance)
Marshall Bell => Warden (Acceptance)
Matthew John Armstrong => Kalvin (Hunting)
Wings Hauser => Michael (Hunting)
Ron Livingston => Dr. Sebastian Charles (TB or Not TB)
Sasha Pieterse => Andie (Autopsy)
Scott Michael Campbell => Joe Luria (Euphoria: Part 1)
Thomas Dekker => Boyd (House vs. God)
William Katt => Walter (House vs. God)
Daniel Attias => Director
Daniel Sackheim => Director
David Semel => Director
David Shore => Director / Writer / Creator
Deran Sarafian => Director
Félix Enríquez Alcalá => Director
Fred Gerber => Director
Gloria Muzio => Director
Greg Yaitanes => Director
Jace Alexander => Director
James Hayman => Director
John F. Showalter => Director
Martha Mitchell => Director
Peter O'Fallon => Director
Charles M. Duncan => Writer
David Foster => Writer
Doris Egan => Writer
Garrett Lerner => Writer
John Mankiewicz => Writer
Lawrence Kaplow => Writer
Liz Friedman => Writer
Matt Witten => Writer
Matthew V. Lewis => Writer
Michael R. Perry => Writer
Pam Davis => Writer
Peter Blake => Writer
Russel Friend => Writer
Sara Hess => Writer
Thomas L. Moran => Writer
Massive Attack => Composer
Currie Graham => Mark Warner
Hugh Laurie => Dr. Gregory House
Jennifer Morrison => Dr. Allison Cameron
Jesse Spencer => Dr. Robert Chase
Lisa Edelstein => Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Omar Epps => Dr. Eric Foreman
Robert Sean Leonard => Dr. James Wilson
Sela Ward => Stacy Warner

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • When ER doctors admit patients who have a known history of drug use or addiction, it is often notated in their patient charts using the acronym HOUSE for History of Use.
  • On [Inside the Actors Studio (1994)], Hugh Laurie admitted that when he first read the script for House (which did not have the title of "House M.D." at the time) he believed that the character of Wilson was the lead. He just couldn't believe that a man such as House could be the star of the show.
  • Dr. Gregory House was based on Sherlock Holmes... but Holmes, in turn, was based on a Doctor that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle knew while studying medicine, Dr. [?] Joseph Bell, whose specialty was diagnosis. The reference is pushed further when, In episode 11 of the fifth season, Wilson presents House with [?] Joseph Bell's Manual Of the Operations of Surgery as a Christmas gift. When House's staff begin to wonder why he would throw away the expensive gift, an amused Wilson begins making up a story about House having a closeted infatuation with a patient named Irene Adler whom he will always consider to be "the one who got away". Irene Adler is a prominent character in one Sherlock Holmes story who has been wrongly characterised as Sherlock Holmes' love interest in several adaptations. Here the one who got away is a parallel to the fact that she was the one woman who defeated Sherlock Holmes, making Sherlock Holmes respect her. But he was never in love with her. The false story of Wilson about Irene Adler pays tribute to both of these facts. Also for a long while House believes that his biological father is a friend of family named as Thomas Bell.
  • In the season 2 episode ["Clueless"], Wilson is scrolling through the TV shows House has recorded. One show listed is ["The OC"], which House had mentioned previously that he watches. Another show listed is [Blackadder], a British comedy starring Rowan Atkinson, which is one of Hugh Laurie's (House) most famous roles.
  • Though other characters occasionally insinuate that Dr. Chase is a bit dim, he actually comes up with more correct diagnoses than any other supporting character over the course of the series.
  • Dr. House is a polyglot. He knows English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, French, Hindi (a little), and Mandarin.