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Excellent review, and I agree with much of what you say. When did they forget that House is the main character? And very funny.
This "why can't you be objective" twaddle: why does it always mean AGREE WITH MEEEEEE!
When will they adress House's family issues and introduce House's father? I don't care about the team and pranks. We want drama!
He didn't pick Foreman over Wilson. Foreman is the only one who could allow House to go, and because he didn't get anything by pleasing House, he didn't let him go. So House conned Wilson out of both tickets so Foreman could gain something out of letting House go. It was just House being House.
And I thought the episode was good. You're reviewing standards are preposterous. I wouldn't care if you're too picky, but you're not being picky, you're being ridiculous. You're not mad at the story progression or plot holes, you're mad that the episode wasn't written like YOU would have written it. No, the episode didn't delve into House's past, because IT WASN'T SUPPOSED TO. Jeez, if you want to write a show, go ahead and do it, but when you're reviewing, try and focus objectively on what you're watching instead of comparing it to the fan-fiction in your head.
I have to agree. This was a disappointing episode and another missed opportunity to an ever-growing list. It's all so superficial and if you didn't anticipate the ending during the Foreman and Wilson conversation, you really have made become numb to the overdose of anvils.
There are a lot of little things that are undermining the show this season, but the little things are adding up and resulting in a season that is missing the mark.
Very disappointing follow-up to last episode, and not a good indicator for a strong sweeps month.
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