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Saturday, September 20, 2008

We will have new lesbian romance in House...?

This week has started the new season of House and, as is becoming common, there has been no progress on the sexuality of 13 also known as Remy Hadley, and performed by Olivia Wilde.

Olivia Wilde has already had a pile of papers in her young career, but she is known on Earth as the super sexy lesbian who stole the heart of Marissa on The OC, and her latest character in the internal Thirteen HOUSE.

The series began on the 5th so successful season in the U.S. on Sept. 16 at 8: 00 pm, The Princeton Plainborough Hospital, is again open its doors.

As we know the character of our forgotten Wilde, the internal "Thirteen" is bisexual, a fact for which she faces many jokes House, we wonder whether this season, we'll see some lesbian scene, or if it will have some romance with a woman in the series.

To answer these and other questions of the new season, we have an interview with Olivia Wilde, where we will talk a little bit of everything, from her work for the campaign of Obama on her character and as it faces the disease was diagnosed at the end of the last season (Huntington Korea) and CARE to this, jokingly says something about a lesbian relationship in the new season.

Hi, we read that you and Kal Penn campaigned for Obama and were involved in primaries. How did people react to you guys?

Well, what was really fascinating was that when we went to Iowa to caucus, we were welcomed with open arms, as House actors — House is apparently really big in Iowa, which was kind of a shock to me. We were in the middle of nowhere, and these House fans were, you know, chasing us around Wal-mart.

But they also welcomed us as Obama supporters because there was a lot of enthusiasm there, particularly among the young people.

So, House. What’s in store for Thirteen this season?

This season has been so incredible for Thirteen so far, and we’re only on episode ten! Mostly it’s her dealing with the tragic Huntington's chorea diagnosis that she received at the end of season four. She knows it's bad, and that causes her to lose control in a way that we didn’t expect from a character like her. She loves working for House because he’s the most brilliant person to work for, but she doesn’t want to fall into his traps. And so this tragic diagnosis causes her to lose control of all that, and now as she struggles to maintain the separation between her work life and her personal life; things sort of start to fall apart.

Thirteen just came out as bisexual, and your character on The O.C. was bisexual as well. Do you think it’s a vibe you’re giving off?

[Laughs.] This is only my second time playing a character who’s bisexual, and I’ve played a lot of straight people, but of course people don’t care about that. But in both of these cases the sexuality of the character was created before I met the writers. And I think in both cases, in The O.C. and in House, it’s not a situation where it’s two girls making out as a rating booster. It’s not some kind of Girls Gone Wild ploy.

On House I definitely think it’s a great twist. Because whenever anyone sees a young woman in the same room with House, they think they’re going to get it on. And now, they’ve created this person who you don’t know, you know? If she’s in the same room with Cuddy, are you going to assume the same thing about them? I sort of love that it’s going to keep people guessing. You’re never going to be able to say, “Okay, yawn, now I know who’s going to get together. This is so predictable.”

Thirteen and Cuddy!

Yeah! You never know. I love Lisa. It’d be great.

Are you more of a hypochondriac now that you’ve filmed a whole season of House?

Well, it’s funny, because I was in Thailand in December and I got Dengue fever. It was awful, because for a while I had no idea what it was. And I kept thinking, If only I had House here with me!

Definitely. So, the question of the day: Is Wilson really leaving Princeton Plainsboro!?

I think it’s a great risk that they’ve taken, taking this solid pillar of the show and shaken it up, weakened it to the point of collapsing. It’s not a permanent thing, this tragic separation between House and Wilson, but it’s not something that can be easily repaired. It takes a long time, and there are a lot of failed attempts at a quick patch-up.

He’s not gone forever, obviously I’ve given that away.

They definitely have taken that risk and broken them apart. Broken up the romance. The bromance, as I’ve heard it called...

As we see Olivia Wilde jokes with the possibility that she and Cuddy have a lesbian relationship, obviously, can be a simple joke, or it may be that the production of the series takes this direction with these characters.

Well, here we tell them, do so! Cuddy is perfect for Thirteen. Definitely we want these two women live together, a love story ...

If this happens, House would be one of the happiest ..... envious, but happy. (Clearly not fail to daydream or spend jokes about it).

I leave you with a trailer for the new season of House (and put a lot of attention from 0:58 until 1:19) .... that you enjoy it.

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