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Lisa Edelstein Talks 'Incestuous' Girlfriends Chemistry, Buffy Obsession and Abrupt House Exit: 'He Drove a Car Through Her F--king Living Room!'

This, in a nutshell, is what makes Lisa Edelstein one of my favorite interview subjects.Mere seconds into our discussion about Season 2 of her Bravo rom-com Girlfriends Guide to Divorce (premiering tonight at 10/9c on Bravo), the former House MVP hands me a beautifully gift-wrapped spoilerabout Episode 4, airing Dec. 22. The installment, written by [] //

Hugh Laurie Still Walks With The Limp He Developed While Playing Dr. House

It's been three years since actor Hugh Laurie played Dr. Gregory House on the hit Fox TV show that shared the character's name, but if you were to see Laurie walking around today, you might think h...   Read More... //

'True Blood' Casts 'House M.D.' Alumna as Sexy Vampire

Karolina Wydra, who played the green card wife of Dr. Gregory House, will portray a strong and possibly dangerous vampire who is at the same level of Bill and Eric. //

‘House’ Alum Lisa Edelstein to Guest on ‘Scandal’

Since leaving the role that cemented her as one of the most in-demand actresses on TV in the long-running medical drama ‘House’, actress Lisa Edelstein  has landed  a guest appearance on the "almost-too-hot-to-handle-but-we-love-it" ABC drama  Scandal . According to a report at  TV Line , Edelstein  will play a client of Olivia Pope (series lead Kerry Washington) on the Shonda Rhimes drama; but, sadly, no other details are forthcoming on who her character is or what kind of circumstance for which she will be found. READ MORE...

Top Moments: House's Last Ride and Glee's Sad Goodbye

Our top moments of the week: 12. Always the Bridesmaid Award: Contrary to its theme song, Celebrity Apprentice is not all about "money, money, money." Although Clay Aiken outdraws Arsenio Hall , $301,500 to $167,100, in the final fundraising challenge and arguably has the more entertaining variety show, Donald Trump somewhat surprisingly hires Hall, preferring his PSA ad instead. "You're both amazing people," Trump says. "There is no loser tonight." Except for, of course, Aiken, who notches another... //

'House M.D.' Boss Explains the Mysteries in Series Finale

The show's creator David Shore reveals what caused the fire in the abandoned building and how House survived the collapsing floor and the explosion. //

'House' finale: Alternate theory claims 'Everybody Dies' lives up to its title

The final episode of "House" ended with House (Hugh Laurie) and Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) heading off to make the best of the limited time Wilson has left on Earth. Or did it?An alternate reading of "Everybody Dies" roiling around the Internet posits that the series finale lived up to his title. The show's creator says otherwise, but as these things go, the theory is pretty well-considered. (Spoilers for the finale are below, so bail out now if you're still waiting to watch.)In the episode, House appears to die in a fire after spending much of the hour debating with manifestations of his subconscious -- played by former cast members and guest stars -- about what selfish, arrogant jerk he is. Just as he finally decides to change and sees Wilson and Foreman (Omar Epps) outside the burning building, a piece of the ceiling collapses in front of him. Soon after that, there's an explosion,... //

House Series Finale: Who Lived, Who Died, Who Returned?

The TV world is down one misanthropic medical genius as House ended its run last night. So did House self-destruct, or did he find the redemption he’s sought for so long? Here’s what went down. House faked his own death! In order to duck his prison sentence and hang out with his dying bestie Wilson for a while longer, House made it appear he’d burned to death in a house fire. But, actually, the charred body wasn’t him! Happy ending! Kind of! //

TV ratings: 'House' finale rises Monday; decent start for 'American Ninja Warrior' on NBC

Fast National ratings for Monday, May 21, 2012The series finale of "House" drew some of its best ratings of the season Monday night, but like the final episode of "Desperate Housewives" the previous week, it didn't come close to the heights it reached at its peak. Elsewhere, the final performances on "Dancing With the Stars" drew the night's biggest overall audience, and "America's Got Talent" had the best numbers among adults 18-49. "AGT" also helped NBC's summer series "American Ninja Warrior" get off to an OK start.ABC finished on top among total viewers in primetime, averaging 10.6 million people and a 7.1 rating/11 share in households. FOX (7.4 million, 4.6/7) edged NBC (7.2 million, 4.1/7) for second place. A night of reruns and specials put CBS (5.7 million, 3.7/6) in fourth. The CW was way back with just over 560,000 viewers and a 0.4/1.In the adults 18-49 demographic, NBC's 2.6 rating led a tight pack,... //

Who Dies In The 'House' Finale?

There was a lot of speculation that House might die during the " House " (8 p.m. ET on Fox). With the episode titled "Everybody Dies" -- a spin on House's veritable catch-phrase, "Everybody lies." -- there was reason to anticipate someone kicking the bucket. And there was a death. And a funeral. But not as anyone might have expected. House spent much of the episode in a drug-induced state, hallucinating various people who've meant something throughout his life. It was a way to bring back both Kutner and Amber who've died along the way. He was contemplating allowing himself to die in the burning warehouse he found himself in alongside his most recent patient. The patient, a proud drug abuser, had been saved by House and his team, but now lay dead next to House. So somebody did die. Foreman and Wilson managed to track House down just as he decided to live, and seemingly watched him perish moments before the warehouse exploded. So there was a funeral. Dental records for the body pulled out matched House and he was declared dead. So Wilson was stunned when House texted him during his eulogy -- the funeral is where almost everyone else who was still alive made their appearances, except for Cuddy. The series ended with the two of them literally riding off into the great unknown, determined to live it up during Wilson's final five months of life. A fitting end? Critics seem mixed, with E! Online loving it, Entertainment Weekly dubbing it cheesy, and The AV Club thinking it rather terrible. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //