The character was named "House" (from the inspiration of the character, Sherlock Holmes), which was adopted as the show's title, as well.
Shore developed the characters further and wrote the script for the pilot episode.
A source told Heat Mag: “Kristen and Lynn are dating.
Kristen came to see Lynn when her band played in New York last week, and they were hanging out backstage. Which makes me believe the story – Kristen has a type and this is it. She also digs boyfriends and girlfriends with some kind of musical talent.
Even if they aren’t done, I kind of doubt they’re still living together. Except word is that Kristen already has a new girlfriend. There were some reports this week that Kristen was spotted at a performance of the band PVRIS.
Which also means they likely hit pause on their relationship. And since she was there, now people think she’s hooking up with the lead singer, a 21-year-old named Lyndsey Gunnulfsen, who goes by the stage name of Lynn Gvnn.
Two weeks ago, there were some rumors that Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile had decided to call it quits.
I actually believed the rumors, not because the source was super-reliable, but just because Alicia and Kristen have rarely been seen together for the past few months.
Shore recalled: "I knew, as soon as I left the room, they would be mocking me relentlessly for my cluelessness and I thought that it would be interesting to see a character who actually did that before they left the room.
On February 8, 2012, Fox announced that the eighth season, then in progress, would be its last. was the most widely discussed televsion series on the social media site Facebook.
The series finale aired on May 21, 2012, following an hour-long retrospective. In 2004, Shore, Attanasio and Jacobs, pitched the show (untitled at the time) to Fox as a CSI-style medical detective program, a hospital whodunit in which the doctors investigated symptoms and their causes.
Attanasio was inspired to develop a medical procedural drama by The New York Times Magazine column, "Diagnosis" written by physician Lisa Sanders, an attending physician at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Fox bought the series, though the network's then-president, Gail Berman, told the creative team, "I want a medical show, but I don't want to see white coats going down the hallway".