Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by George P, Oct 12, 2011.
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I actually think Olivia is pretty darn hot. But I don't miss the team at all, actually. I liked Taub, though. Would like him and the two new ladies. That would make of an interesting team.
Casanosa annoyed the heck out of me...I'm glad to see him gone. Yea, Olivia was smokin' hot...
I never cared for Tiny Taub and didn't buy the "stud dawg" rep at all. I definitely miss Cameron. Charlyne is a great addition, I think.
yes she is...entertaining as hell!
I'll take Amber Tamblyn and Lisa Edelstein over any of the other women on the show, but that's me.
I just couldn't follow along with the time line being proposed...House assaulted Cuddy's house, left the country for 3 months, came back, went to jail for 4 months, got that sentence extended for 8 more months but Foreman got him out after 2. So by my count, that's 9 months since the Cuddy incident...yet they said it was a year ago. And how does House still have an apartment?
I realize it's just TV, but I do tend to follow things logically, usually to my own dismay!
I knew Cuddy wasn't coming back but didn't realize the team wasn't coming back.
The prison doctor is coming aboard and she is very pretty.
Cameron was more emotional than 13 and I liked her character more.
She is? I had not heard that. But, I am all for her being part of the team on a regular basis.
I guess the 13 vs. Cameron preference is a bit like Ginger vs. Mary Ann (from Gilligan's Island).
I think both 13 and Cameron are both attractive in their own way, but if it came down to it, I would go with Cameron.
Spoiler alert, RE: next episode:
[spoiler]13 will be back next episode, but it will be her last on House.[/spoiler]
That's basically a Good News/Bad News situation for me.
I'm enjoying the show. I think they got to the same point when they did the group vying to be part of the new team, only they changed the direction.
The people are different, somewhat, but House stays the same. I'm enjoying the writing, as usual.
Glad to see Wilson and House make up at the end....
that was inevitable.
Cameron by far...looking forward to her new show this Sunday at 8PM.
OK - House redeemed themselves with this week's episode. Much, much better than last week IMO. Interesting storyline and the return of 13 for this episode.
The kid in the clinic with the itchy hands was great. Also, like the interplay between the "new girl" and the "newer girl" as House called them. The end was great where she paid the repair bill and got her to say "thank you". Also - Charlie's Angels fantasy comment was funny too.
I think what it comes down to is that the House character needs a "team" of people to play off of. Just him, Wilson, and one other doesn't cut it.
She sure is. Hope she stays awhile.
Great episode! Last week I loved Dr. Park, now I want to marry her.
I loved her comment to newer girl about masturbating while wearing new the shoes.
I've just discovered this thread after posting about tonight's episode in another thread. I've decided to offer my commentary regarding tonight's episode here as well:
I've just finished watching a new episode of House MD. I watched in awe as the core theme unfolded as "Altruism is the philosophy of death".
Did anyone else appreciate the irony as TV's greatest storybook "misanthrope" unveiled stereotypical madness portrayed by "physical illness induced practice of invalid philosophy to the nth degree"? The writing is much less laborious than "Atlas Shrugged", but accepting that the prime-time TV market is as pathologically unconscious as sheep, it stands as a deliberate indictment of altruism. When the "patient" offered to donate "both" kidneys I could barely hold back my laughter.
House MD continues to reveal the framework of valid philosophy versus the self-inflicted suffering of mankind. More evidence that misanthropy is rational.
On the other hand, it could be just a TV show for "sheep".
I've wondered if the show is being tracked by sociologists studying behavioral science phenomenon as current economic events further degrade the human condition. At what point does the critical break occur whereby global masses abandon faith in irrational and mathematically impossible expectations? Perhaps the masters of crony capitalism have achieved the boredom necessary to relieve themselves by witnessing what will happen when they remove all hope? Stay tuned folks, don't touch that dial...
another fantastic show...this season is blowing my mind...Charlyne Yi is just fab! Nice to see 13 even if it was only for a short time...It was great seeing Wentworth Miller on TV again... Loved him in Prison Break.
Has anyone noted the resemblance that Dr. Park has with that daughter on Bob's Burgers?
"The writing is much less laborious than "Atlas Shrugged",..."
You may not have meant it to be funny, but, thank you for my laugh of the day.
The "prison doctor" and "newer girl" will be welcomed eye candy.
Maybe not 13, but they'll make up for her.
Another great show.
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