I'm interested to get people's reactions to the latest story arc on "House." David Morse has done a great job as the detective, and I seem to be siding with him more and more as the story goes on.
The thing with House was no matter how much of a jerk he was, he always had a tinge of likeability. That seems to be almost gone now. I was yelling at my TV last night when Dr. Wilson told Tritter he wasn't going to testify against House.
I had a hard time liking yesterday's episode because of how much I hated House by the end. Still, it was a well-written and well-acted episode.
"Wanna go for a spin?" had my wife and I laughing for a solid minute.
Cameron was annoying as hell in her judgementalism.
My wife hates Tritter. I kinda like him (I like Morse in general), and I think he's provided a good foil for House. He's effectively beating House at his own game. Not sure how they're gonna get him out of jail, but it's TV. I'm even more puzzled why Wilson left him OD'd without at least calling an ambulance or something.
It's amazing how every other doctor in the hospital is completely reliant on House to solve the mystery disease. I mean, I guess I could buy there are 23 cases in this hospital each year where Dr. House could save a patient no one else could, but the five other smartest doctors in the hospital could've make any headway without his help, including the three people he's sorta training (or who have at least been working with for a couple years now.) They wanted us to think the big deal last episode was House making the wrong diagnosis, but to me it was someone besides House actually making the correct one on their own.
House can't go to rehab OR jail, unless they give him a phone to walk them thru every situation.
I hadn't gotten around to catching House for the past 3 weeks, so I had a 3 hour House fest last night, and wow. I don't like the Detective, but am curious to see how the story ends. I'd love to see something happen to Tritter and him have to depend on House to save his life.
The last one was by far the greatest, and the mom that was a midget was great, she's been on Boston Legal a lot as well as Shatner's love interest, and does a great job with her parts. "The he'd just spin me" had me laughing my ass off.
I figured the Deal would end it, but now with it continuing, I can't imagine what the end result will be.
I guess I'm surprised at the vitriol directed toward Tritter. After all, if it weren't for HOUSE being a dick and popping pills right in front of him, nothing would've ever happened. And instead of cooperating with the detective, House has been his usual bullish self when it comes to dealing with other people. The guy has a drug problem and has used illegal means to get to them, which is what Tritter is asserting. I guess I don't see the problem.
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I don't see a problem with what Tritter's doing, but the thing I've heard from a lot of people is, would he actually have the jurisdiction to do the things he's doing? I honestly don't know, and if someone who knows these things could clear that up, it would be greatly appreciated.
Originally posted by Kei PosiskunkI don't see a problem with what Tritter's doing, but the thing I've heard from a lot of people is, would he actually have the jurisdiction to do the things he's doing? I honestly don't know, and if someone who knows these things could clear that up, it would be greatly appreciated.
Well when Tritter first stops House. House is speeding on his bike, and Tritter searches him and finds pills on House, so one thing leads to another and he searches House's house, and finds a bunch of pills. Which leads to the full investigation.
Also I love how everybody seems to be reacting to the storyline the same way the characters on the show are. Some agree with Tritter, and think House is an addict, and some just think that's House. I am really enjoying the whole thing, not only because I don't know where it's going, but because I keep changing my mind on who I want to come out on top (Though I do know in the end House has to win)
That's one of the things I like about Carrie: she doesn't need to add a bunch of faux pizzaz to be effective. She doesn't have to stand on the judges' table, throw her glasses, kick at the camera, or flash a huge muggy smile all the time (like Vonzell)...