Ping! Paging Dr. Cameron to House for what could very well be the final season. Dr. Cameron to the final season of House to wrap up your storyline. Thank you.
OK, so that was us trying to page Jennifer Morrison hospital-style so she can come back to House for her send-off. Do you think it worked? Well, we chatted with Morrison at the ABC TCA party, and she not only gave us her thoughts on coming back to House, but she also pretty much admitted that if she could marry her new show Once Upon a Time, she totally would…
But before we get to her loving on her new fairy tale role, let's talk about the fact that Morrison would "love" to come back for the (maybe?) final season of House. "I feel like it was such an incredible part of my life. Six years worth. I think it would be a lot of fun to have some sort of wrap-up closure," she tells us. "(Creator) David Shore is such an incredible writer, and I know he has such a strong vision for the show that whatever he thinks is right is what he will do and it will be wonderful."
So, we're basically leaving it up to Shore to realize that what's "right" is bring back Dr. Cameron one final time. We're writing up the memo to him now.
Morrison's new show, Once Upon a Time, is one of the most anticipated new shows of the fall. And while she is no stranger to being on well-received TV shows (How I Met Your Mother), Morrison is still relieved her new project is loved. "It's a really nice feeling. I just loved the script so much! It was so good and every element was so incredible that I would have done it no matter what, but it's always the icing on top that people enjoy it," she says. And what a big role to play: the child of Snow White and Prince Charming. "I have some big parents to live up to," she tells us with a laugh.
The gang at OUAT are currently in production, and if you love the pilot (you totally will), Morrison promises you will fall even harder for the episodes that follow. "We felt like, 'how are we ever going to live up to the pilot?' because we thought that script was so great, but every script just keeps getting better," she reveals. "We get just as excited to read the scripts as we hope people will get excited to see the episodes."
We anticipate people will be plenty excited for Once Upon a Time.
By the by, if you happen to live in So. Cal, you can get a sneak peek at Once Upon a Time at the D23 Expo, at the Anaheim Convention Center on Aug. 20. There will be a Q&A panel with producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (formerly of Lost) after the screening, moderated by D23's Disney Geek Jeffrey Epstein.
Check out our full interview with Jennifer below, and then head down to the comments to predict if we'll see Dr. Cameron one more time in the halls of Princeton-Plainsboro.