The House finale ended Season 7 in a manner that was very much representative of this problematic year as a whole: with an entire hour devoted to House obsessing over Cuddy in increasingly destructive ways, and she silently appeasing him until House did something awful. It's been a terrible year for the show, but it's arguably been the worst for Cuddy, who was reduced to an ineffectual doormat and mere sex object since the shippers got their way and Huddy was realized in September. And even before I saw last night's episode, I didn't blame Lisa Edelstein in the slightest for up and quitting the show (yes, I know money had something to do with it, too). Now that I have watched what is presumably her last appearance on the show, I'm downright ecstatic for her. Let's review the ways in which the writers' hatred Cuddy hatred was manifested in the season-ender, shall we?
After last night, I'm not even sure I'd miss these two if they were gone.
Lisa Edelstein is coming back to TV! And this time, it's on a show that's worthy of her.
Heidi Klum is abiding by everyone's favorite age-old adage: sex sells!
Just as last November brought us a Wilson-centric House episode, tonight we'll be seeing an all-Cuddy one. We're just running through everybody, apparently. In support of the episode, Lisa Edelstein participated in a conference call to defend her job performance at PPTH that everyone hates, her relationship with Lucas that everyone hates, and also to address the
obvious inevitability possibility of pining for House when if she's ever single again. Read on for highlights.
Today -- a SyFy cancellation, a Law & Order return, and a TV vet's guest-starring role.
Warning: This post contains some spoilers about tonight's House episode. It does. I'm serious. Stop reading if spoilers make you mad. Just stop it right now. For everybody else, click ahead for the juicy details!
FlashForward is in a little mini time out, but it's nothing compared to what Fox is putting Fringe through.
Holy poop you guys. Part one of the TWO-HOUR House finale is tonight. Mayjah. In light of this, I got the chance to talk with Dr. Lisa Cuddy, aka Lisa Edelstein and tried to get her to reveal some dirt about the House double-header. Here's what I learned: