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House



That was a very strange episode. I almost felt as if I was watching another show a few times.

So we finally have it confirmed that House and Cuddy were intimate. And now they seem to be really pushing the fact he's still hung up on her though I think it's actually more about getting her to confess she has feelings for him.

When Cameron and Chase started the 'it's just sex' relationship I was fine with the idea. But having it take up a third of the episode? Uh, no. I don't watch the show because of romantic or quasi-romantic relationships. And they both came off looking silly and immature, imho. Not to mention, they allowed it to interfer with their work and treatment of the patient and I lost some respect for them both.

Marc Blucus continues to prove to me he's not a good actor.

Why did we have to endure House's bladder infection? And how did that tie into his dreams or the case?

House and Wilson discussing the Village People was classic though. :)
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Yeah, you highlighted everything that made the episode seem kinda off to me. Especially the bladder infection and dreams. It all just kinda threw me.

In regards to Chase/Cameron, though, the best part of that was House discovering them. That almost made that distraction worth it.
House discovering them intentionally? (What was with that grin/smirk?) made it all worthwhile. Though I loved Cameron's deadpan to Foreman "okay you caught us".

The bladder issue didn't bother me once I realized it was linked to his overuse of Vicodin. The confirmation of House/Cuddy was interesting. Whatever happened to her wanting a baby?

The ep was more surreal than most, but I quite liked it overall.
I also liked Cameron's remark to Foreman that he'd do House and Wilson before she'd do Chase. :)

I guess I'm still confused about the bladder infection because considering his Vicodin use shouldn't he have stopped urinating years ago? And the baby plot line seems to have been forgotten. :/
House discovering Chase and Cameron was interesting. Unlike Foreman who was clueless, I think House was just waiting to catch them in the act. Actually, he might have wanted to catch them in the act. ;) And contrary to what Cameron was saying I think she wanted to be caught by House. Chase seemed rather upset about being found out, but she had a slight smile on her face. At least it looked like it to me.
The whole thing was like House' dream - it was just odd and off kilter.
And they both came off looking silly and immature, imho. Not to mention, they allowed it to interfer with their work and treatment of the patient and I lost some respect for them both.
Yeah, they're both adults and they couldn't control their hormones while watching a patient.
Marc Blucus continues to prove to me he's not a good actor.
Oh yeah, although there was the novelty of watching Riley being tortured with really big needles and having his head sliced open...

And I kept thinking of him as Riley rather than a different character hence my critique of his acting. ;)
House and Wilson discussing the Village People was classic though. :)

This made the episode worthwhile ;)

Now that they've shown excessive use of Vicodin can cause urinary problems, I wonder if they'll show the effects of acetaminophen (which is a large part of vicodin), which is acute liver failure. House must have the strongest constitution of anyone alive!