Like the title says, I miss the old days, the early seasons of House.
When I talk about the early seasons I'm talking mainly about seasons 1-3, but also season 4.
Why is it that I get this warm fuzyy feeling when I think back but get a nasty feeling when I think about seasons 5 and 6?
Does anyone else feel like this? I haven't even watched many episodes of season 6 yet, because I'm just not excited to watch them anymore.
The reason I'm writing this article is the newest spoiler I just read. I couldn't believe it, I want to think it's fake.
Spoilers said that Cuddy intends to marry Lucas.
Now I'm not pissed because I'm not a fan of Luddy or because I'm one of the fanatic Huddy fans.(because I'm not lol), but because this sounds like yet another relationship drama stuff.
This is what the show seems to focus on right now, relationships, relationships, relationships.
I'm pretty sure they aren't going to marry, this is just an attempt at shocking the Huddy Fans and at staving off the actual Huddyness. Well, awesome. Dondondon, after the Chameron wedding and Chameron divorce there now comes a Luddy proposal. Epic! Wait...patients? Clinic patients maybe? We don't need those as long as we can focus on the characters' personal lives.
This is why I miss the early seasons. We had interesting patients, we had funny clinic patients and slowly, with so called baby steps, we found out more about the characters. They didn't shove everything in our mouths like they seem to do it right now, we had to be patient, we had to wait and slowly, very slowly, relationships developed.
We found out that Cameron had a crush on House, Stacy came, Chameron started to have sex. In a few episodes we saw Foreman with a girlfriend.
I loved these small portions of relationships and personal life. I loved waiting for those scenes, but not being overwhelmed by them as it seems to be the case right now.
I mean wtf- the writers are even thinking about pairing Chase and Thirteen.
Who else is reminded of Grey's Anatomy where pretty much everyone has already had sex with everyone? Exactly.
I liked the old days when the show consisted of more than just Huddy and Luddy and when there wasn't so much drama.(Last Resort, Kutner's death, episode "Wilson", all the huntington drama and 13 centered episodes, hallucination sex, people being fired all the time, Cameron leaving, Cuddy almost gets baby, then Cuddy gets a baby,Chase almost dying from strawberry lotion,House and Lydia....)
I mean, some of these are basically really good ideas and storylines, but sometimes less is more...
In earlier seasons episodes like "Three stories" or the season 2 finale were exciting for us, we were amazed when a character was getting personally involved, now this happens on a regular basis. House is almost getting shot in every second episode -_-° Ok huge exaggeration here, but you get the point.
Do the writers think that every season needs to be more dramatic than the last one, every episode we have to find out new and shocking details about the characters or what?
Don't get me wrong, I still like the show, but I can't get over the fact that I loved the early seasons so much more.