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(“House” will air four episodes starting April 28; for more on what will happen in those episodes, go here; you can also go to the end of this item, where I've posted Fox's plot summaries for the four episodes).I’ll be posting the complete transcript of my conversation with Shore as “House’s” return date gets closer, but here’s the part of the interview that touched on Chase and Cameron situation (and this part is not spoilery).In what I found to be an entertaining story line, last fall 40 potential candidates for House’s diagnostic team were winnowed down to three new staffers over first half of the season.“House” viewers will recall that Chris Taub (Peter Jacobson), Lawrence Kutner (Kal Penn) and Thirteen (Olivia Wilde) made the cut, and that the driven candidate Amber Volakis (Anne Dudek) remains on the scene as James Wilson’s girlfriend.DS: Yeah, like Cameron and Chase are certainly not on screen as much as they used to be, but the stuff they’re doing, I think, takes on a different weight and a greater weight. MR: I happened to mention that I’d be talking to you today in a Web chat last Friday, and I told people to send in their “House” questions. ” It sure seemed like some fans were missing those characters. When you use a character a little less, you don’t want to hear, "Well, it’s about time you did that." It’s good that people want more. [From later in the interview...] MR: Are there going to be any major cast changes, in terms of people leaving? April 28, "No More Mister Nice Guy": "House thinks an emergency room patient has a bigger problem than the E. initially diagnosed based on the fact that the patient is 'too nice.' Meanwhile, House and Amber (guest star Anne Dudek) are at odds vying for Wilson’s (Robert Sean Leonard) time and attention in an all-new episode." May 5, "Living the Dream": "In an all-new episode, House is convinced that one of the actors (guest star Jason Lewis) on his favorite soap opera, 'Prescription Passion,' has a serious medical condition, but has to take matters into his own hands when both the actor and House's own team dismiss his assessment, believing that nothing is wrong with the soap hunk." May 12, "House's Head": "In Part 1 of the two-part season finale, House is in a bus accident and loses four hours of his memory.We are a strange hybrid of a show -- we’re fundamentally a procedural, but there are all of these characters people want to find out more about. But I don’t want to change the fundamental nature of the show and there’s only so many pages for us to deal with [character stories]. MR: So does that mean some of those bodies will leave the show, that there will be attrition at some point? I didn’t expect a lot of them, but I did get quite a few – and a lot of them were from readers who were unhappy with the Chase/Cameron situation. We are trying to give all the characters [screen time], all the characters have their fans and we’re trying to give them what they want. MR: If the show was going into Season 7 and we were still talking about this crush that Cameron has on House – we’d both be like, “Why are we still talking about this? Will someone exit the roster of ongoing characters? He slowly pieces together that a fellow bus passenger was exhibiting signs of a deadly illness.Well, those folks are probably not going to be gruntled any time soon.Shore said there are no immediate plans for either doctor to rejoin House’s team, and he added that putting Cameron and Chase back in the forefront is not necessarily “what the show needs.” Though they may get a little more attention in the next round of episodes (they’d had little or no screen time some weeks), the show will still have a large cast of characters to deal with. You have to be careful on what you deliver.” If anything, I’ve thought that the “House” writing staff needs to decide who to cut from the list of ongoing characters.
D., is a fictional character on the Fox medical drama House, portrayed by American actress Jennifer Morrison. Gregory House's team of handpicked specialists at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital's Department of Diagnostic Medicine.People’s roles change, especially if they’re competent, and these people are competent. MR: I have to say, when I got to the end of an episode this season, I wasn’t saying, “Boy, I wish there was more of Chase.” I don’t dislike the characters, but there was so much else going on that interested me that I didn’t find myself thinking we should have gotten more of them. I’m going to say something you’re readers aren’t going to like, but as someone running a television show, you have to be very careful – people think they want something and they do want something, but it’s not what they need, shall we say, and it’s not what the show needs. The most obvious [comment] is people saying, “I love the show, can’t you just make House a little nicer? MR: Are the actors restive -- are they wanting more screen time? In the following episode, "Teamwork", Cameron and Chase were supposed to leave House's team and the hospital because of Dibala's death and to save their relationship but House tells Chase his theory on Cameron's weird acting.He believes Cameron feels it was his fault that Chase did what he did, as he would have created the foul climate for it to happen.