The Name of the Song from iTunes is "Dirty and Clean" by Stephanie Schneiderman.
P.S Be nice to others and say Thank You.
@Madi, Since Delena is coming up and Now I'm in a better mood...
The Name of the Promo Song is Dirty and Clean By Stephanie Scheiderman on the Dangerous Fruit Album. Grab it on iTunes.
That said, Good luck getting this help from others in the future.
@Louis E., Fine with Me, so long as the screams of Endgames=End. Vengeance Will Be Mine.
@Louis E., One of the few times I agree (and I know I am enabling Bored Now) is that this show is called 'Revenge' not 'Songs of Praise' or 'Star Crossed Lovers' or 'Passions on Fire,'
Yes, I get that the actors who play Daniel and Emily are hot. They are dating in real life. The chemistry of Jack/Emily is forced and exists only due to exposition. But IDGF about shipping on the show.
'Fan' Rating = Fail = F
'A' Relative Average Rating = A
I wonder what a Reality Rating Would be = Retcon Rating = aRrrrrrrrrrr....
... And so I think, he decided that he needed to Change for the mercy of Wilson. He's life for Wilson's remaining happiness.
Everybody Lives and Everybody Dies, but the opposite of death is birth. i.e. A new Gregory House.
2 cents of preachiness.
Somewhere wedged in the storyline was a Good Samaritan message about being denied being bailed out by 1.) Foreman - to the right thing. 2.) Wilson - to do it for the selfish reason. But both denying him. The Samaritans, existed in his head kept popping up, until he came finally to Cameron's reverence, representing his Angel of Mercy.
Analogy #2: Stephen Moffat's Sherlock death - Sherlock realizes before he 'falls' is that all the assassin needs to see is 'A' body freefall, so he grabs Moriarty's corpse and places his coat and then morbidly drops him down; where a Distraught and concussed Watson witnesses what he thinks is Sherlock.
Analogy #3: Doctor Who's destined death - The Doctor, knowing future events in an instant, he sets out the variables to play out that criteria of his 'death' without anyone knowing it was the Telsalink.
With all these rants, I'll take a pick and digress:
1.) House's 'death' was marked to compare to Sherlock Holme's death in the 6th novel, if I remember, when Sherlock and Moriarty both fell into a waterfall. He's survival was improvised from previous events that cumulated to his magical revival.
Analogy #1: Movie - Sherlock grabbed Mycroff's prototype air breather to survive the plunge into waters with Moriarty.
"Everybody Lies..." So I choose to believe that the series never ends.
"Everybody Lives... in my mind"
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