Viewers who are turned off by the predictably quirky cast, repellent close-ups of tonsils and far-fetched diseases can still relish the sheer derivative gall of the series. The show grafts the waggish irreverence of "Scrubs" to the code blue melodrama of "E. And of course "House" borrows the "CSI" tic of magnifying brain cells and bone marrow to ridiculous extremes. The result is less like a Jerry Bruckheimer procedural drama than "Fantastic Voyage," a Raquel Welch movie in which a team of scientists are miniaturized and injected into a man's bloodstream. The hero is Dr. Gregory House Hugh Laurie , a brilliant diagnostician who is lame, addicted to Vicodin and as blunt and sarcastic as the blunt and sarcastic Dr.
Newlywed Lisa Edelstein struggled with sex scenes in new show Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce
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Abby is living the single life after splitting from long-time husband Jake Paul Adelstein. That means plenty of dating, nudity and bedroom scenes. I had never really had to think about it before because I was never married. I was in relationships but not like the one that I have with my husband who is the only man I ever wanted to marry. That was complicated.
The time has finally arrived. It's been built up for seasons on end, talked about ad nauseum and debated to death. Gregory House Hugh Laurie and Dr.
But for Lisa Edelstein, the role has meant stripping down and shooting steamy scenes in the bedroom — something her real-life husband, Robert Russell, is not too thrilled about. The American actress — who is best known for playing Dr. That was complicated. Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce sees Edelstein play a successful author whose upbeat depiction of her family life belies a disintegrating marriage to filmmaker Jake, who is played by Paul Adelstein. It says something about where the world is.