TV News on ‘House’ Series Finale Episode Title

by on April 19, 2012

in Entertainment

Hugh Laurie in House M.D. image from April 23rd ep

Above image is from the April 23rd episode of House, where House is listening intently to Wilson telling him something important…

If you remember way back, the series premiere of House was titled “Everybody Lies.”  Seems so appropriate after having watched the series since 2004.

TV Line is reporting that the title of the series finale episode will be “Everybody Dies.”

The article suggests that this title will get people talking and wondering about what will happen in the episode and comments to the article suggest that folks are taking the title literally, but it’s a title and it may just be a great bookend title.  To be honest, from a pragmatic, Gregory House sort of perspective, it is a fact you know.  That everyone dies.

No matter what we do and how we do it, there is one or two commonalities between everyone, and that is that we all “move on” to be with the big man in the sky, or whatever deity or supposition you believe in.

I think the title just refers to a perspective House has.  Though it would be interesting to see if it plays out any other way.

Other comments are evidencing hope for a happy ending for everyone.  LOL…  I hold no such fantasy in my mind!  It would be nice, but I’ve buckled myself in to the stationary ride and I’m expecting nothing.  Period.  I’ll see how it pans out.

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde in 'The Change-Up', heading to last two episodes of House on Fox

Some additional news of note, is that Olivia Wilde, while originally slated for a single episode return, will now be in the last two episodes of the series.

There’s no news (despite fan hope) about Jennifer Morrison and Lisa Edelstein.

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[tvline]

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