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Published:October 29th, 2007 12:59 EST
House: Season Three is now on DVD

House: Season Three is now on DVD

By Garrett Godwin

"People like you, even your actions lie."
                                                 -Michael Tritter

If getting shot wasn't bad enough, then Dr. House's troubles are far from over, with House: Season Three, available on DVD.  Featuring all 24 episodes with exclusive features, the series follows the anti-social maverick anti-hero as he and his team tackle the most difficult medical cases.

Season three finds Drs. Chase (Jesse Spencer) and Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) engaged in a "friends with benefit" relationship, or in this case, "doctors with benefit" relationship that slowly becomes much more than that. 

And fiction became fact when Spencer and Morrison became a couple in the summer of 2004, and got engaged last December.  However, eight months later, the engagement was called off.  Before the season debuted, the two made a joint statement saying they decided not to get married, but stated that they're very close and are looking forward to working together on House.

David Morse was nominated for an Emmy for his recurring role as Detective Michael Tritter, the one patient House (Hugh Laurie) couldn't bully, as he gives the cranky doc a taste of his medicine.  Season three finds House's addiction to Vicodin taking a toll of his staff-- including his friendship with Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard), forcing him to make a decision that shocks yet surprises everyone.

This season also finds Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps), who respects House but doesn't want to be House, makes a decision that affects not only him, but also the team in the season finale, setting up a new storyline for season four.

Check in with House: Season Three, now available on DVD, and catch it on Tuesdays at 9pm on FOX Network.

"Everybody lies"
                    -Dr. Gregory House