Wednesday, September 06, 2006


Did House lie in this episode?

For a moment there (or two) at the end of this 3rd season opener, I thought House was wrong. This could just be me, but since House always “solves the mystery”, I thought that would have would have been an interesting twist to the show.

But, I have to admit, when it turned out that House’s diagnosis was correct, I was glad. Plus I’m liking the idea that Wilson and Cuddy are keeping that fact from House. They’re lying by omission to him. Which is interesting. I’m not sure I understand why Wilson insisted that Cuddy not tell House he was right. But I sure like that idea!

Do you agree with Cuddy or Wilson or not? Any ideas?

Any comments on why House sort of asked Cameron out for a drink? And why she said no?


Anonymous said...

I love the idea of Cuddy and Wilson collaborating against House to act in his best interests; the only thing that seems unstable is that Cuddy doesn't seem to make up her own mind on that fact so much as she clings to whatever Wilson tells her about his friend.

And as for Cameron, I don't think I'm being biased when I say that House didn't exactly look crushed when Cameron didn't accept his invitation. I think he was testing her, trying to see if she acts the same way to him when he is not a "cripple" or if her infatuation with him was indeed based off of her desire to nurture and protect those who she thinks are suffering and to "fix" what is wrong with the world.

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