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Having previously fired Chase, and with Foreman and Cameron quitting, House starts a competition between forty applicants for the vacant positions.
"Bridgette really brought it and this is going to be another breakout role for her," he said of the '80s star ("Red Sonya," "Beverly Hills Cop II"), who Too Fab readers may also remember from her VH1 reality show days spent dating Flavor Flav on "The Surreal Life" and "Strange Love." Production on the secretive series, which doesn't have a network home yet, went on a long hiatus last year after Salling's arrest before production resumed to reshoot Salling's scenes with Nielsen, who plays a "Gods and Secrets" villain.Season four also introduced seven actors to the cast; in addition to Jacobson, Penn and Wilde, who became regulars, .Each of the four departed the show after elimination, except for Volakis, who remained recurring until the finale, having started a relationship with Wilson. - Season Four was released on DVD in region 2 on the 27th October 2008.As a result, Season 4 is the shortest season, with only 16 episodes being produced in all.After losing his original diagnostic team that he loved so much, House decides that he doesn't need fellows as he feels that he can handle a case all on his own but after taking a long time to solve a case, Cuddy insists that he start looking for possible doctors to join his new team."Home Improvement" alum Zachery Ty Bryan will return to TV in "Adi Shankar's Gods and Secrets," a 1980s-set superhero satire, Too Fab has learned.
The actor, who most famously played teenager Brad Taylor on the long-running Tim Allen sitcom, has a small role in the upcoming series, which made headlines in May of 2016 when actor Mark Salling ("Glee") was cut just days after a child pornography indictment.
House grudgingly accepts and gets forty applicants together and has a reality show style contest to see which lucky three applicants will stay on to get the vacant fellowship openings.
Meanwhile, Cameron and Chase come back to work at the hospital, while Foreman starts work in a job similar to House's at another hospital.
Apparently, the producers felt the show needed a cast shake up and, to be fair, the character House noted in Alone that it was strange for him to have had exactly the same staff for three straight years.
In the Season 1 episode DNR, Foreman admits that he is on a three year contract, which would have ended at about the end of Season 3.
Meanwhile, everyone starts speculating about why Number 13 is being so guarded, and Foreman lets it slip that he thinks she is bisexual, leading to rampant speculation by the rest of the medical staff.