Posted by: crisdiaz24 | February 21, 2010

Hugh Laurie

0. Who does Jonathan Ross ask for at the beginning of the show?

A fake American doctor.

1. What does Jonathan Ross congratulate Hugh Laurie on?

2. How does Hugh Laurie feel about House?

3. What has Jonathan Ross never seen?

4. How did Hugh Laurie feel when he took the role of House?

5. What is there at the heart of the show?

6. Who have the screenwriters sometimes had to turn to when writing the script?

7. How long does it take Hugh Laurie to forget his character’s lines?

8. What did he start experiencing when he was starring in Gasping?

9.  How does Hugh Laurie describe House’s brain?

10. What hurts him when he is playing the part of House?

KEY

0. Who does Jonathan Ross ask for at the beginning of the show?

A fake American doctor.

1. What does Jonathan Ross congratulate Hugh Laurie on?

The huge success of House.

2. How does Hugh Laurie feel about House?

Very proud.

3. What has Jonathan Ross never seen?

The early episodes.

4. How did Hugh Laurie feel when he took the role of House?

Concerned.

5. What is there at the heart of the show?

An unusual medical problem.

6. Who have the screenwriters sometimes had to turn to when writing the script?

Brilliant doctors.

7. How long does it take Hugh Laurie to forget his character’s lines?

20 minutes.

8. What did he start experiencing when he was starring in Gasping?

Out-of-body experiences

9.  How does Hugh Laurie describe House’s brain?

One side of his brain is very developed, and the other half much much less.

10. What hurts him when he is playing the part of House? His right leg.

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