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House - Season 6 [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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All 21 episodes of the medical drama series starring Hugh Laurie as the stony-faced MD, Dr Gregory House - who, although very well qualified, is completely devoid of any bedside manner. In this season, House's original team of young diagnosticians have graduated to other duties, replaced by House's new team: Dr Lawrence Kutner (Kal Penn), Dr Chris Taub (Peter Jacobson) and a female doctor House has nicknamed 'Thirteen' (Olivia Wilde). Episodes are: 'Broken', 'Epic Fail', 'The Tyrant', 'Instant Karma', 'Brave Heart', 'Known Unknowns', 'Teamwork', 'Ignorance Is Bliss', 'Wilson', 'The Down Low', 'Remorse', 'Moving the Chains', '5 to 9', 'Private Lives', 'Black Hole', 'Lockdown', 'Knight Fall', 'Open and Shut', 'The Choice', 'Baggage' and 'Help Me'.
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Throughout there has been a man on the edge. The brilliant two-part opener shows "House" at its very best: the doctor, teetering on a breakdown, confined to a sanitarium. Almost "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest" at times, this proves very moving indeed. House emerges seemingly less self-centred, at long last recognizing others have feelings too.
Unfortunately he soon appears his old self - arrogantly riding roughshod over all. It takes time for us to realize this is a smokescreen, he still greatly in need of therapy. Wilson is thus not the doormat he seems, but painstakingly (at some personal cost) ensuring House is never on his own - otherwise there could well be further drug abuse and a life again in freefall.
The show's producers take pains to remind us the hospital does not revolve around House (as we might have been forgiven for thinking). Two of the most successful episodes have him confined to the periphery - the focus instead first on Wilson, then Cuddy. We thus appreciate there is far more to their working lives than House being a nuisance.
Such realization comes to House himself in the lockdown episode (which Hugh Laurie directed). For so long the doctor has flamboyantly rejected nineteen in every twenty of the serious cases referred to him. Now he is confined with one of those rejects. The man is dying, House to experience increasing remorse.
By the season's end he is confessing to Cuddy he is "the most screwed up person in the world".
Full marks to all for being so intent on evolving.Read more ›
This series explores a different side to the inimitable Dr House. I'm sure you are already familiar with him if you're looking at Season 6, so I'll be brief and only say that we now see him attempting to confront his drug addiction and its aftermath.
As an ambiance, this gives season 6 a lot more depth in character development than previously, and something which may feel odd is that the medical cases actually take a back-seat in some of the episodes which has rarely happened up until now. Having said that, I did not find this jarring as I've been totally sucked into the love-hate relationship most viewers have with House. He's still rude and obnoxious to most people but his relationship with Wilson gives him an element of humanity we just can't let go of - in this vein, season 6 is a lighter and brighter affair than the crushingly dark (but still brilliant) Season 5, more akin to the earlier series. Something many fans will love is that the original team are reunited for a big part of this series playing far more pivotal roles than in the last few seasons, and the private detective Lucas returns as a semi-regular character - in a very surprising way!
From the opening episodes, 'Broken', to the suspense packed finale, 'Help Me', I was hooked and couldn't wait to watch the next. New characters like the manic Alvie, and level-headed Dr. Nolan crop up too, and worm their way silently into your heart in unusual ways - something only House is this good at as in any other show, the balance wouldn't work and they'd just be irritating distractions. This series is a must.Read more ›
After the epic finale of Season 5, where House finally hits rock bottom and commits himself, I really wasn't sure where Season 6 could go. The fifth year had a promising start, a reasonably enjoyable middle and a jaw dropping ending. However, the middle always makes me think of an otherwise uneventful Season 3. I rarely return to that Season.
Although I enjoyed Season 6 up to a point on the TV I actually ended up putting off buying this season for an entire year on Blu-Ray simply because, side from the finale, it didn't live up to Season 4 (still my favourite).
However, I recently purchased this Blu-Ray and have been additively (pun intended) chomping through each episode on a nightly basis.
My conclusion is that House is not really a TV series. It is impossible to get the full force of the stories and sub-plots when you have to wait an entire week for the next chapter. On DVD/Blu-Ray you can get your fill and sink into the world and relish the detailed sub-plots.
Season 6 has some amazing moments; notably the feature-length season opener 'Broken' in which House is a patient himself for several months. 'Epic Fail' is an impressive difficult-second-album (how would YOU follow 'Broken'?) and 'The Tyrant' shows that this season will pull no punches and gives Chase his most powerful story line to date.
The season finale 'Help Me' is brilliant and the build up to this episode in terms of character's back stories is brilliantly handled. Every character has their moment to shine and after Season 5, we are reminded just why these characters are in the first place.Read more ›
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Addictive viewing I really enjoyed this box set and would highly recommend anyone to start from series one and watch through to the end. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Devonteacher
Normally DVDs from this company are good this time the box was poor but DVDs goodPublished 3 months ago by dutchyinfrance