House - Season Four Pro Reviews
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|Home Theater Info||3.5/5||Jul 16 '08|
|IGN||8.6/10||May 27 '08|
|Monster and Critics||4/5||Aug 18 '08|
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"The season was cut short by the Writers Guild strike cutting the number of episode in this season from the usual 24 down to only 16. Though the season did end with a bang with House in a bus accident unable to remember the details of someone with a disease that needs his help. He endures a drastic, life threatening procedure to help him remember, setting up a season cliff hanger. Even with a short season this set is well worth having. It represents some of the best writing, direction and acting television has to offer. Hugh Laurie may have made a name for himself over in England for his musical comedy talents but here he shows the full scope of his considerable abilities. His comic background does translate to a dark humor that pervades the series. In this season there is a greater concentration on the character development than before. This is one of the best series out there and deserves being added to your DVD collection. "
"Season Four is extremely good, and reminds you why you liked House, M.D. to begin with. The series' new team of doctors works well with the established cast members and gives the show a fresh face lift. The way the writers worked the new characters into the show is extremely original and bares all of House's biting wit. Hugh Laurie once again perfects House's characteristics and makes him the reason to watch ... even though he would probably just insult you for doing it."
"The show needed a bit of a fresh revamp after three years of the same format, and the showrunners knew this. By keeping the old team in the background of the teaching hospital, and introducing us to new blood (no pun intended -- 'tis a medical show after all), the producers managed to attract new viewers, while not alienating the old ones. Hugh Laurie is still at the top of his game, exploring the intricate inner workings of his Gregory House character."
"Although this season was shortened due to the writerï¿½s strike, it is no less poignant and dynamic. It is hard to deal with the disbanding of the original team that carried the series for the first three years, but at least the newbies hold their own. The last two episodes of the season are especially heartwrenching, but stand out as two of the best of the entire series. A must watch - House fan or not."
"House M.D. tugs at your emotions in ways not similar to any other show on TV. Fox has one of the strongest dramas in all of television airing on their network and hereï¿½s hoping they keep it going for many more years to come. If the writing staff has proved anything, they know when to mix things up and to keep it interesting both for themselves and also for those viewing at home. The season definitely took some unexpected turns, but everyone of them ended up being enjoyable to watch. Simply a fantastic and superb show all around and this season was certainly no slouch. Despite the limited return of the core three doctors in Houseï¿½s arena, the mix of the old with the new caused this seasonï¿½s superb crop of sixteen episodes are some of the series best. Highly Recommended."