Annoying bitch is so very annoying, I honestly don't understand why is she still there.
Don't lie, boy, please. Don't lie to try and get your surgery. This will not help, it will just worsen the problem because next time something happens.
Cameras make people stupid. Some more than others.
Wow, Thirteen is right there with that CIA doctor? Thaaats impressive.
Damn its so sad that he didn't see that last few seconds! I doubt he would've been impressed much, but this obviously wasn't edited at all, it was true. The edit job was... hideous, lol. But yeah that's what happens with documentaries, with interviews, etc.
Ep 4.08 You Don't Want to Know
Wow, guy is so lucky that out of whole audience he picked two doctors.
Also, hmmm, so fellows spend time together outside work, and Mormon has time to do stuff that ISN'T work and family.
Bitch, he expects you to LOOK AT THE PATIENT you're doing MRI on when you're bragging to be a good doctor!
God, Thirteen, don't tell me you have a Huntington’s?
Wooow, nasty. I'm glad she's capable of biting back when angered. And that diatribe in the end was... amazing. How she just keeps getting better?!
Sad, sad, sad about Big Love. He's so... strong. Even if he was weak with Taub (even if I can understand his decision). But yeah, it's House, so he couldn't've stayed. And I can only pray that Thirteen will stay...
Compared to Cameron she's simply amazing! Female characters that do not annoy are so rare for some reason, even though some of them grow on you with time.
Ep 4.09 Games
Cutthroat Bitch, it doesn't matter that you want to win if you're not doing your WORK to win and cheat instead. I don't like it.
I don't get it. I mean, I get the problem with hiring all of them, but I don't really understand why he wants to keep all of them. Because I swear to God I can't see how Bitch is better than any of them. I don't remember correct diagnosises from her!
Oookkay. I don't like it. Should I like it? Because I don't.
Oh! NOW I do like it :D
Muuuch better <3
Ep 4.10 It's a Wonderful Lie
Mmmm, the idea of always telling truth always appealed to me, because it's such a hard thing to do. This episode shows exactly why.
I'm sad that mother turned out to be a fad – and I wonder how it'll affect the daughter in the future, when she learns about this lie. There is no way she won't, and mother better think of it. I don't even understand why she would think it doesn't matter, or how she supposes it is possible to build life of truths based on a lie this big.
The daughter, on the other hand, is a perfect product of this upbringing, telling the truth where her mother indicates a strong wish to keep it a lie, despite truth hurting the most. This I can understand, this is how I view situations like this: hope is good, but you should be aware that nothing can actually change because of it. You can hope but you shouldn't lie.
This is actually how I try to treat my life: I'm not strong enough to not to lie to people around me, but I try to not lie to myself to the best of my capacity. I find it reassuring in a way, the admission of truth of my situation. Because if I know and admit the truth, it makes it easier to realize that it might not last in good situations and to hope that it might get better in bad situations. Without underlaying truth the house of cards of hope is shaky, and bad things coming up hurt more.
Ep 4.11 Frozen
I don't know anything about this episode yet, but the panorama is interesting. I wonder if they really done it IRL or it's a rendering. Both ways, it's really cool thing to do.
Right, that was a peek at high level technology yet to come. Self-focusing mind-activated web-cameras with auto-zoom, auto-pan and auto-pretty-much-everything.
Huuh, last couple of episodes House is surprisingly interested in ladies. He's latching on every interesting woman that comes across the way. He seems lonely and unstable. I wonder what changed, why is this happening.
I think that as well as showing just how wasteful House's team is with the resources this episode is actually showing again WHY he insists on starting treatments before the tests confirm the theories: because sometimes hitting the right answer on a hunch is the only thing that can save the patient, and other times it's the only thing that would keep them alive for some time needed to make the right diagnosis.
Ep 4.12 Don't Ever Change
Wow, Cutthroat Bitch doesn't wear short skirts and low-cut blouses when she's not trying to get the job she wants? She looks all weird dressed like that.
Ahahaha, “OMG you're sleeping with me”. Wilson's faaaaaaace! Oh god, so funny!
Ep 4.13 No More Mr. Nice Guy
Oh god, I'm laughing so hard! Bitch and House SNIFFING each other over Wilson! This is so funny and true and I'm thinking that in THIS role I like her more (not that I like her much, but between her and Wilson they actually make up one character that I do like).
God, this is so crazy, but so true to life! I can't help but remember some cases similar things happened to me or my coworkers. When you spend too much time at work, it becomes your coworkers' job to notice you getting unstable or developing a condition, to offer you sometimes unwanted advice about your phone conversations with your friends and significant others, and after a while you stop noticing such things and start thinking that 7 am calls for advice for some bizarre reason are actually relevant to your actual work. Because, really, aren't they? If someone can't make a decision, that might affect their work performance, and if your work depends on this person's performance, you'd rather give them their damn advice than wait for them to get to specialist about the cause of it. Not that you wouldn't recommend a specialist to them.
...or am I wrong about it?