Film and TV

Everybody Dies: 5 Signs House Is Over

We're huge TV fans at Art Attack, but we hold a special place in our hearts for Dr. Gregory House. For seven years, the brilliant curmudgeon has lied, deduced, cracked wise, reasoned and sexually harassed his way into becoming one of the most compelling characters on television, a 21st-century echo of his literary predecessor, Sherlock Holmes.

Now, we've sat through some trying times on House. The awkward transition to season 4 (which introduced Kal Penn, Olivia Wilde and Peter Jacobson as series regulars) was downright laughable, while watching House drive his car through his ex-girlfriend's house last season was enough to make us break up with the show...temporarily.

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