This may seem kind of irrelevant to people that are later in/have finished the series, but I'm currently on episode 10 of season 3, and thought I'd share my insight on the relationship between Dr House and defective Detective Michael Tritter.
I'm finding these two characters' interaction to be the most interesting in the series yet - not because of clashing personalities, but because of their astounding similarities. Comparing them in terms of motive and how they execute achieving it, they are basically identical.
If you go back an episode or two before Tritter is introduced, House is harassing...
An Avidly Obsessed House Fan's Opinion on the Series Finale
Yesterday, I watched the last episode of House, "Everybody Dies", for the second time. I obviously tuned in when it first aired back in May, but I couldn't really take it in or register it terribly well through the haze of hysterical tears. And no, that's not a joke.
Watching it for the second time, I managed to form a coherent opinion on it. So, here's my summary/opinion on the finale.
We start out with House passed out in an abandoned building next to a body. When I watched it for the first time, I immediately freaked...
1. Everyone thinks the world revolves around Huddy. The show House, is NOT about the relationship between House and Cuddy! It was especially annoying in season 5 when all you people did was talk about it, and now all you do is complain about the lack of Huddy. It's not the end of the world, if there is an epsiode without Huddy. It's also not okay to bash other ships.
2. Don't reply to a question if the correct answer is already posted. This pisses me off with all fanclubs. People think that because they add one more bit of info, or reword the answer that they should still reply.