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(Reposting my comment on the journal of a non-House fan friend who wanted to know, "So what I'm asking is, what happened to turn so many against it? What the heck COULD have happened that was so awful everyone decided House would be better off with a bullet in its brain?" )

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May. 18th, 2011 02:02 pm
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Have you seen it? Want to help me figure some things out? )

At least now I finally know what GY was referring to when he described the "Bombshells" scenes as "dreams within dreams."
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Spoilers for "The Fix" if you haven't seen it.

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The responses to the Everybody Lie! challenge on [ profile] house_wilson  have been really interesting so far. A few folks have been very successful at disguising themselves; others, not so much. Some of the incorrect guesses have truly surprised me! The big reveal is planned for the weekend, once a complete list of fics and authors has been posted.

But what I'm thinking about today is feedback.  )
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In light of recent discussions and fic about the ending of "Out of the Chute," I thought that this L.A. Times interview with writers Moran and Kaplow was very interesting. In fact, they offer two alternative interpretations of House's state of mind, so it seems that we fans are justified in having many different takes on it!
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My RL beta and I were chatting about House recently and came up with a theory about why our favorite shows eventually went downhill. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The West Wing, and now House all started out strong by exploring the balance and conflicting demands of life and work, whether that was battling the forces of darkness, working 24/7 to push a political agenda, or attempting to diagnose the patients that no one else could save. Towards the end, though, that balance was lost. Life became wholly consumed by work, or vice versa. As a result, something essential was sacrificed - the friendships, the complex political issues, the medicine.

In my opinion, Buffy only suffered one bad season (its last). I'm really starting to hope that the same is true for House. What I don't want to see is years of staggering on stubbornly despite dismal ratings as one key actor after another deserts a sinking ship (*cough* The X-Files *cough*).
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I was listening to Pandora this morning, and this Alanis Morissette song totally clicked with some of my recent thoughts about House and Cuddy, especially in light of the comments I read on the latest episode. This is for [ profile] pgrabia .

"Not the Doctor" )

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