I agree that House did morph last season into the "House and Cuddy Show." Instead of focusing on House, it focussed instead on how and whether House could become worthy of Cuddy. What the article fails to mention is that the "House and Cuddy Show" was a disaster. House's ratings dropped precipitously. Critics no longer promoted or wrote about it. That's a hugely glaring omission, and it makes the whole article rather dishonest.
I'd also agree that if LE were coming back as co-lead, she would be entitled to a larger salary than Omar Epps, Robert Sean Leonard et al. However, since the "House and Cuddy show" was a failure, she was not coming back as co-lead but as another supporting player.
I have a difficult time seeing LE as particularly hard done by, since she was given exactly what she lobbied for from the beginning. It didn't work out but them's the breaks.
Edited by QueenofCups, Sep 6, 2011 @ 11:43 PM.