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 The moment the entire episode was leading up to
The moment the entire episode was leading up to
I’m devastated like I’m sure many of te are, but I think season 7’s “Bombshells”, while not a typical House episode AT ALL, was amazingly written and a very cool chance for everyone involved in House MD to branch out a little bit. People are extremely mixed about this episode, some Amore it and some hate it and a great majority of that has to do with the very eloquent dream sequences that the mostra decided to explore. This articolo is going to attempt to break down each dream sequence and get at the message the writers were intending with each dream.

The basic idea of the dreams were...
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 te Can't Always Get What te Want
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Anyone who watches House M.D. on a regular basis will have da now picked up on two phrases that seem to be the slogans of the show: “Everybody Lies” and “You Can't Always Get What te Want.” The first slogan of the show, “Everybody Lies”, seems to be House's philosophy about people. Knowing that Dr. House is the antisocial, misanthrope and very miserable person that he is, this statement which he utters frequently, very nicely sums up the entire view House has for humanity. He finds them un-useful, un-trustworthy and not worthy of spending time with because you'll never get the...
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Time for some analysis y'all!



I'm gonna just jump right in here with my thoughts. I have many.



Amber, The Psyche

Hallucination Amber is a little creepier than the live version of Amber that we knew in season 4. But she is merely a representation of House's subconscious, that has been manifested due to his feelings of guilt. To me, it is obvious why this has happened:

1) House is the master of guilt suppression. He regularly does things that the average person would feel incredibly guilty about. But House shoves that away deep inside his brain. That isn't to say that he doesn't feel guilty; it just...
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I was just watching some clips from season 2 and mostly 3 and I really enjoyed them.
And I already new that but now I know it more!
I miss the old team!
I miss Cameron's Poor Dead Husbands issues!
I miss Chase's daddy and fat issues!And his hair!(yum!)
I miss foremans eye-rolling when Cameron was being ethical!
I missed all that!
I want the old team back!
The new team hasn't really grew on me now...
I mean 13 has grew on me but foreteen really is ruining her for me and I really don't care about Taub.
And ok Kutner is super hot and funny but he is just not enought.
When are they going to bring the old team back?
I really want to cause if they don't I have this weird fear that 13 is gonna end up baciare house as every female on the show!
I think that the new team experience was ok and fun to watch but now its time to go back to the basics and brink the old cottages back!

Do te agree?Say in the comments!
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"House M.D.: Informed Consent (#3.3)" (2006)
Dr. Allison Cameron: [surprised] te have your cane....
Dr. Gregory House: What is it with te people? I don't use the cane, you're shocked. I use the cane...

Ezra Powell: I don't regret what I did. Informed consent - patient rights - holds back research.
[Cameron, viciously and quickly, slices a piece of skin off Powell's arm. Powell cries out in pain]
Ezra Powell: What the hell are te doing?
Dr. Allison Cameron: Informed consent is holding back our diagnosis.

Dr. Gregory House: [House sees the Ducklings looking like crap after an all-nighter] What have...
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House, M.D. is a mostra that uses stereotypes in a way that they ever so subtly enhance the personalities of each character. The stereotypes are not to be judged as fair o unfair in this particular Televisione series and perhaps that is why the viewers continue to watch the mostra without getting irritated o offended da certain stereotypes. Although it is a challenging task to decide whether the stereotype is positive o negative, all the stereotypes are essential to the mostra because they make the mostra più unique.
Most distinctively portrayed stereotypes are expressed da Dr. Gregory House. In...
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I was bored earlier and made up this House MD personality quiz...not sure how good it is, but I hope te enjoy it! (Answer key at bottom)


1. Your preferito type of patient is...
A: One that I don’t have to break bad news to.
B: One whose case lets me use my skills.
C: I don’t have to deal with patients, thank god.
D: One who won’t ask me too many domande about myself.
E: One who’s impressed da me.
F: One with some freakishly rare disease.
G: One that I can use the defibrillators on.
H: One that I can talk to.
I: One who won’t make fun of my height.

2. How many hair care products...
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A/N: Not for the squeamish!! This chapter details House's injuries, in a clinical sort of way, but it's still quite shocking and disturbing...consider yourselves warned! :P



Chapter 5


Wilson hurried into the room, closing the door carefully behind him before moving swiftly around the gurney to face his friend. Though House was moaning and writhing on the narrow bed, as if desperately struggling to escape some unseen foe, his eyes were closed, and he might have appeared to be asleep and battling a nightmare, had Wilson not known better.



This was a textbook PTSD flashback.



"No...please!" House fairly...
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It's really to bad that season four was cut short da the writers strike, if it hadn't been I think we would have been able to gain a much greater insight into House and Wilson's characters and their relationship with each other. However, we can't dwell on what we missed out on - instead we have to make the most of the time we had to learn.

AMBER: Amber was a very intelligent woman who would do anything to achieve whatever she set her mind on. House wasn't far off in calling her a manipulative cagna - but it's how she got the job done. She knew people didn't like her and compensated da feeling...
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