Monday, June 19, 2006

How do you know when House lies?

Did House lie to Cameron when he told her he didn’t like her? I mean, he doesn’t like anyone, right? So how is that a lie? If he’d have told her he liked her, wouldn’t that have been the lie?

So, if you read deeper into the scene (which I love to do) when Cameron asked House if he liked her -- it was the way he hesitated before he told her he didn’t that kind of made me go, hmmm, I wonder what’s going on there.

Anyway, I’ve been wondering -- when does House lie?

Have you noticed any behavioral patterns of House’s when he lies?


J s N said...

House says everyone lies..yet seems to contradict his words by believe his staffs (eg Foreman in an episode bout a young girl, who stole the kiss from Chase). he doesn't have to believe Foreman but chose to do so as that is Foreman's pressence there.. I think, in my opinion, no matter how much we don;t want to believe another, we just got no we are not anti-social or paranoid..we just have to interact with people. no need for the honesty blahblahblah but taking it into consideration when the situation calls for it could be a matter of life and death.. maybe he doesn't trust foreman but he trust his choice of choosing foreman as his, we can argue that he believes in himself and his decision. :)

4:08 AM  
chickiebabe said...

I am positive that House lied in that scene. Because he thinks he is better off not encouraging her. House figures she is better off without him because he is older and her boss and a cripple and plus he likes being the self pitying lonely guy that he is. Not that that is a bad thing, I think it's all part of his charm!

9:44 AM  

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