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House: Complete Seasons 1-8 Blu-Ray Box Set £32.99 including free delivery @ zavvi

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House: Complete Seasons 1-8 (Box Set) [Blu-ray] £32.99 including free delivery @ zavvi. Every baffling case. Every brilliant diagnosis. Every brutal insult. They're all here in all eight seasons of… Read More
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House: Complete Seasons 1-8 (Box Set) [Blu-ray] £32.99 including free delivery @ zavvi.

Every baffling case. Every brilliant diagnosis. Every brutal insult. They're all here in all eight seasons of House, M.D., for the first time in High Definition in its entirety, the compelling medical drama that critics proclaimed 'one of the smartest and intellectually bravest shows on television' (Jennifer Arrow, E! Online).

Two-time Golden Globe winner Hugh Laurie is Dr. Gregory House, Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital's Chief of Diagnostic Medicine whose astounding intellect is matched only by his frightening bedside manner. Relive every captivating moment as House and his team of doctors solve complex medical mysteries, push professional boundaries, and face their own demons. Gripping, witty, and intelligent, satisfy your House addiction in this must-own 39-disc collection, featuring all 176 episodes of this Primetime Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning television phenomenon.
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3 Likes #1
Arguably one of the best tv programmes ever imho. Wish I didn't have them all on DVD.
6 Likes #2
Great price for 177 episodes of "maybe it's lupus? Nope, not lupus".
2 Likes #3
you got to love house he is off his cake makes me laugh
1 Like #4
Best shows ive watched:
1) Chuck
2) House
3) Narcos
Honestly a very good series, friends like it, i like it, great critic scores, i wouldve said sign up to netflix to watch the series, but netflix cancelled it as of 2017 :(
#5
Loved the episode when it actually was lupus! Great series and a bargain for the amount of hours of Hugh!
1 Like #6
Great price. Just ordered one and free shipping to Slovenia! Incredible. Luckily you're still part of the EU :)
#7
Thankyou.
1 Like #8
Every episode is exactly the same. Well the two I watched were.
#9
Not a reflection of the show necessearily, but Hugh Laurie's American accent is terrible. Some Brits can do them - like Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead - and some can't. David Tennant in the US remake of Broadchurch was even worse!
#10
alex_dis
Not a reflection of the show necessearily, but Hugh Laurie's American accent is terrible. Some Brits can do them - like Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead - and some can't. David Tennant in the US remake of Broadchurch was even worse!
Bryan Singer obviously doesn't agree.

http://www.factfiend.com/director-house-didnt-realise-hugh-laurie-british/

http://www.factfiend.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/HOUSE.jpg

Let’s just recap for a second so we’re all on the same glorious page here, Hugh Laurie, a British actor, filmed an audition tape on the **** for a TV show for which the director had absolutely insisted that he would only consider an American actor for the role, and he got the gig.

To make things even funnier, Singer was totally unaware that Hugh Laurie was English to the point that upon seeing his audition tape, he turned to his crew and said:

“See, this is what I want: an American guy!”
#11
DaveWallace
alex_dis
Not a reflection of the show necessearily, but Hugh Laurie's American accent is terrible. Some Brits can do them - like Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead - and some can't. David Tennant in the US remake of Broadchurch was even worse!
Bryan Singer obviously doesn't agree.http://www.factfiend.com/director-house-didnt-realise-hugh-laurie-british/http://www.factfiend.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/HOUSE.jpg
Let’s just recap for a second so we’re all on the same glorious page here, Hugh Laurie, a British actor, filmed an audition tape on the **** for a TV show for which the director had absolutely insisted that he would only consider an American actor for the role, and he got the gig.
To make things even funnier, Singer was totally unaware that Hugh Laurie was English to the point that upon seeing his audition tape, he turned to his crew and said:
“See, this is what I want: an American guy!”

Dunno, his accent just seems a little odd and stilted. Maybe it helps if you hadn't seen him in Blackadder or Jeeves and Wooster beforehand.

Was voted 4th worst American accent in a Radio Times poll back in 2008, so not just me.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7421208.stm
2 Likes #12
Some episodes are complete masterpieces.

One of my favorite TV shows for sure.
#13
alex_dis
Dunno, his accent just seems a little odd and stilted. Maybe it helps if you hadn't seen him in Blackadder or Jeeves and Wooster beforehand.
I think that might be it. When I started watching House I found it really jarring because I knew him best from those roles (and his great Fry & Laurie stuff). But I got used to it in the end.
#14
His American accent sounds odd to Brits but apparently it is very accurate and convincing to Americans.
#15
A perfect example of each to his own:
Personally I have a theory that Hugh Laurie sold his soul to the devil. First he has amazing success on this TV show with one of the oddest accents and weird performances imaginable, and then he has huge success with his third rate rip offs of black American music.
Clearly many will not agree!!
#16
alex_dis
Not a reflection of the show necessearily, but Hugh Laurie's American accent is terrible. Some Brits can do them - like Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead - and some can't. David Tennant in the US remake of Broadchurch was even worse!

Strange I think it's the other way around. Tennant I find is rather good at accents, Andrew Lincoln seems to be forcing it too much. Gary Oldman is the best though in my opinion.
#17
Diolusion
Best shows ive watched:
1) Chuck
2) House
3) Narcos
Honestly a very good series, friends like it, i like it, great critic scores, i wouldve said sign up to netflix to watch the series, but netflix cancelled it as of 2017 :(

Chuck? You can't be talking about that dodgy spy comedy where the guy has some fictional computer encyclopedia uploaded into his brain?
#18
House was a great series but, boy, was it very nearly tainted by that terrible final season. To lose one of the main characters, which IIRC was unexplained, was bad but to then introduce the worst actress in the entire history of TV/Cinema was almost unforgivable. Fortunately the rest of the great cast was able to negate her.
#19
AcornGuy2012
alex_dis
Not a reflection of the show necessearily, but Hugh Laurie's American accent is terrible. Some Brits can do them - like Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead - and some can't. David Tennant in the US remake of Broadchurch was even worse!
Strange I think it's the other way around. Tennant I find is rather good at accents, Andrew Lincoln seems to be forcing it too much. Gary Oldman is the best though in my opinion.

it really is subjective I suppose...but Tennant got panned for his accent in Gracepoint. Although he had a pretty decent Estuary accent in Dr. Who, so agree on that.

Jeez ... this thread is turning into a study on linguistics !
#20
nice
#21
You don't need all these. Just watch 3 episodes and you've seen them all. Honestly staggered that anyone finds this dumbed-down, totally predictable episodic fodder for Yanks any good. @Diolusion - you really rank this above Narcos? Totally entitled to your opinion, of course, but I just can't even imagine a world in which House is better than Narcos. Not in terms of acting, directing, script, plot. Nothing. Oh well. Wouldn't do for us all to be the same.
#22
thanks for this
2 Likes #23
Narcos is up there with the wire... This, which I'm actually watching right now (Mrs loves it) is tripe compared, there's no justifying it
#24
Heat from the mrs
#25
Emeye
Every episode is exactly the same. Well the two I watched were.

Well you must have seen 2 episodes where the patient didn't have lupus ;)
#26
muggy
Thankyou.

WFT
thanks for this

You are most welcome, glad to have been of help and hope you enjoy it :3
#27
mainzy00
Heat from the mrs

Had to check I wasn't on some kind of dating website for a second there...lol...
#28
I too originally thought it would be a hard slog rewatching it all (via NowTV) due to the repetitive procedural nature of most of the cases, but once I started I quickly realised the most of the cases themselves are just filler and the real show is House and how he interacts with his colleagues and everyone else.

Really enjoyed the rewatch and so seriously considering getting this on blu-ray to watch again sometime once it's less fresh in my memory, in case it's no longer available on the streaming sites by then.

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