What are the real effects that vicodin has on House? Are these effects only physical or do they go beyond that? Could they have somewhat changed his personality, even just a little bit?
I watched the episode "Need to Know" (the one after House kissed Stacy, when at the end of the episode he ends up driving her away) for the first time like 4 months ago (got hooked with House just this year) and I didn't give this whole House/Stacy situation a lot of thought, it was fun but I wasn't that interested in the ship.
But the plot with Stacy kind of surprised me, because while I was watching the first...
I wrote this in the vain hope that my friends would want to do another film but to no avail. So I decided to post it on Fanpop. Hope you guys like it.
Scene 1: [Day 1: Daytime at a rural property. A 4-wheel-drive with lights and siren blaring pulls up. Lindsay Boxer and Warren Jacobi get out and walk up to the front door. Camera follows L+W to the door. They knock and Alex opens the door]
Lindsay: I’m Inspector Lindsay Boxer and this is my partner Inspector Warren Jacobi. We’re here to arrest Stevie for the murders of Claire and Tess McCloud.
[Outside the house Stevie is picking up her BMX,...
For anyone who thinks we are reading too much into a connection between Sherlock Holmes and Gregory House that was never intended, the creator of "House" (David Shore) gave an interview for an article in Zap2It by Kate O'Hare in January 2005 that said:
"...Anytime one says 'puzzle' and 'brilliant deduction' in the same sentence, one can't help but think of the great fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and his trusty sidekick, Dr. Watson. And indeed, Holmes -- and the real-life physician that inspired him, Dr. Joseph Bell -- were very much inspirations for 'House.'"