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Dr. Cameron + Big Screen= High Five Part 2

In an earlier post I made praise for actress Jennifer Morrison, who plays Alison Cameron on the hit show, House (and her up coming film Table for Three). I mentioned that I was thrilled to see Morrison with decent screen time like in the old days of House.

And ever since then I’ve seen more and more of her in the House episodes, and I think it’s wonderful. WONDERFUL! So I guess the public and the broadcasting peeps want to see more of her too.

Also, Jennifer Morrison is going to be featured in the new movie….what’s it called? Oh yeah, “STAR TREK!” True fact, she is going to be playing Winona Kirk. The mother of Captain James T.

So that’s two Jen Morrison movies in 2009. High Five.

O n btw, did anyone notice Jesse Spencer isn't seen as much as her. Ha, Jesse Spencer. Boo you.

QATFYG: Are you excited for the Star Trek move? Is House getting better as time goes by, or worse? And finally, doesn’t Hugh Laurie have an awesome American accent?

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  1. no way! Jennifer Morrison is never shown in House these days! :/ The last we've seen of her was 4 episodes ago. We have been seeing Jesse Spencer as of late, but only for a total of 4 minutes or so, nothing crucial like back in the old days.

    Jennifer Morrison should be using the pretty and talent she has more in the big screen. and ITA, me = excited for Star Trek :D IMO, House is getting worse. I'm biased because I'm literally in love with the old team but yeesh.

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  2. well I guess jee didn't see the right episode then. because the TV doesn't lie.

    and yes she should be on the big screen.

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