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HOUSE Creator David Shore Talks Huddy, 13 and Cameron

January 17, 2011 by  

After a painfully long winter break, HOUSE is finally back!

Tonight’s episode introduces fans to Cuddy’s mother (played by Candice Bergen) and you can just imagine how well House handles that. And yes, this is the episode that features the infamous dinner scene Lisa Edelstein (Cuddy) teased late last year.

I caught up with HOUSE creator David Shore and we chatted about the future of House-Cuddy, 13’s return and if we might see Jennifer Morrison’s Cameron reappear.

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10 Responses to “HOUSE Creator David Shore Talks Huddy, 13 and Cameron”

  1. Sam on January 17th, 2011 1:46 pm

    I honestly hope for Jennifer Morrison that she won’t have to come to the crap House MD turned into (called Huddy MD now). She deserves better than being treated like TPTB treat her.

  2. Anna on January 17th, 2011 2:05 pm

    David Shore had already made it clear how important Jennifer Morrison’s fans were for the show when he decided not to write for her character anymore, I don’t understand why he insists on dangling the carrot of Cameron in front of her fans, many of them stopped watching the show when she left and it’s more than probable that they won’t come back even if Jennifer Morrison does a cameo. He should let sleeping dogs lie.

  3. Not Fooled Twice on January 17th, 2011 2:42 pm

    David Shore says he “can’t remember what they are” when it comes to any medical stories planned for this year. Could it be because the medical story has become secondary to the House/Cuddy faux-mance that many of us are sick to death of already? Or maybe the patient comes third to whomever Chase is sleeping with (if he is lucky enough to get a storyline) or Taub’s marriage that nobody cares about? Shore says they are “drawing” the House/Cuddy crap out as long as they can, but the word he is looking for is not “drawing,” but DRAGGING. The whole series is being dragged down.

    And hasn’t Shore watched any episodes from the past three seasons? Does he honestly think Cuddy is the same character from Season 1 & 2? They’ve turned Cuddy into the T & A show who uses sex to control House! How is she remotely related to the old kick-ass Cuddy who was able to keep House in check with firmness, humor, and cleverness? Shore is so out of touch that he thinks the teenage fanfic storywriting of House and Cuddy can replace the wit and charm of House and Wilson’s unique friendship.

    This show has been dumbed down so much from the first two seasons that it is not even recognizable.

  4. Sun on January 17th, 2011 5:49 pm

    Anna, If you will listen to the interview again, you will hear that the interviewer brought up Cameron not David Shore and DS answered the question with a firm answer that nothing is in the works for Jennifer Morrison. He isn’t teasing anyone. He said he has no plans for her return. How can that be teasing the fans. People asked for him to be honest and he gives an honest answer and people are still not happy.

  5. Tory on January 17th, 2011 7:19 pm

    As someone who ships House and Cuddy, I’ve been disappointed by how a lot of the storyline has gone. I expected more of the snap that intrigued me about them in the first place – the Beatrice and Benedick vibe that made them crackle. I thought the show got that when House and Cuddy initially questioned themselves over giving in too easily, but then…they got strange, silly and kind of whiny again. Maybe they’re just not in that comfort zone yet, but I hope they’ll get to that point eventually.

    I do wish the writers reviewed early episodes, though, if only to remind them of how their themes have come up before and could echo in these episodes. For example, House freaks out because Cuddy asks him to always be honest – but the show doesn’t bring up the issues with his parents or the fact that Stacy lying might have cost him his leg. It doesn’t even pull up the times Cuddy (and Wilson) have lied to House “for his own good” and how that might affect them. Come. ON. They have access to so much that could make for emotionally intense, evocative writing – and they keep acting like this is a tabula rasa instead.

    This used to be a show about how people grew and changed (while solving mysteries, natch). Lately it’s seemed more like a show about dumb pranks, mind games and how everything sucks. They can do better – they’ve often done better. I wish someone would give them a pep talk on all the ass they’ve kicked before, and how they could do it again. There are still a lot of episodes to go. I really hope they make them worth watching.

  6. jessa on January 18th, 2011 2:38 am

    I am so not amused by his “we don’t want to jerk our fans around” bullcrap.
    The last three seasons have been nothing but jerking us around with lame writing and destroying a once great show. I wonder when the blinders will come off and DS and his lap dog Katie Shore will realize what they have lost.

  7. Julia on January 18th, 2011 4:54 am

    Marisa Rofman, thank you so much for Cameron/Jennifer Morrison question, you are the best 🙂
    I hope she will be back next season.

  8. Julia on January 18th, 2011 4:56 am

    Edit, Roffman sorry.

  9. lola on January 18th, 2011 8:50 pm

    Quien es DS oh si… UN GRAN MENTIROSO!!! Nada más.
    Huddy MD es el peor cameo de House MD.

  10. naika on January 23rd, 2011 1:02 am

    Jennifer Morrison doesn’t need to come back to this stupid show, she’s got better things to do! Thanks for asking about her though, Shore and Company are jerks for treating her the way they did.