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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Hugh Laurie
If you're unlucky enough to be stricken with a rare medical condition, you'd better hope your doctor watches the right television show.
"Two and a Half Men" is treating Ashton Kutcher pretty well — so well that, by one measure, he's the highest-paid actor on the small screen.
That sound drowning out the applause for this year's Emmy nominees announced Thursday morning is the grinding of teeth over worthy shows and stars Emmy ignored.
Our list includes "Diagnosis: Murder," "Chicago Hope," "Dr. Kildare" and the dearly departed "House."
Whither Dr. Gregory House? Would the cantankerous hero of the Fox medical drama mend his ways or self-destruct for all time?
It will be painful saying goodbye to "House."
Who else but Stephen Fry could write an autobiography - and a substantial one at that - all organized around the letter C? For this is not just some frivolity tossed off lightly with little thought or engagement. To a remarkable extent, it is a revealing look at a goodly slice of his life, from his school days, through university and into the world of theater, film and television.
Fox's medical drama "House" is ending its eight-year run this season.
Fans of the NBC hit comedy "The Office" already are familiar with the fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin.
The latest "Twilight" movie has plenty of daylight left with a second-straight win at the weekend box office.
Even if your favorite nominee got snubbed, Sunday's Emmy telecast could have been the most satisfying in memory.
Even if your favorite nominee got snubbed, Sunday's Emmycast could have been the most satisfying in memory.
Lisa Edelstein is checking out of Fox TV's "House." In a statement Tuesday, the actress said she is leaving the medical series after seven years playing Dr. Lisa Cuddy, according to the Associated Press.
Lisa Edelstein is checking out of Fox TV's "House."
Which Hollywood actor would satisfy admirers of Reagan in a planned $30 million biopic?
He was a columnist for the Daily Telegraph, a novelist of some distinction and has written nonfiction books on his early, troubled life, on how to write poetry, and about endangered species.
And with that, Hugh Laurie will be done as the show's abrasive champion, Dr. Gregory House — unless, Mr. Laurie adds with a laugh, "someone comes up with an idea for a stage musical."