History Series / House

20th Jul '16 4:21:29 PM FortuneSnowman
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** Infamously, [[spoiler:Kutner's suicide.]] It gets about two episodes of drama before the cast collectively moves on, though [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that it was very much a last minute addition.
17th Jul '16 11:37:02 AM superkeijikun
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** At the end of Season 4, House is involved in a bus crash along with Amber, who was going out with Wilson. Amber dies, and her death creates a schism in House and Wilson's relationship. House's own guilt over her death also pushes him to the brink of insanity.

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** At the end of Season 4, House is involved in a bus crash along with Amber, who was going out with Wilson. Amber dies, and her death creates a schism in House and Wilson's relationship. House's own guilt over her death [[spoiler:and Kutner's subsequent suicide]] also pushes him to the brink of insanity.
17th Jul '16 9:00:12 AM nombretomado
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** A lot of "Bombshells" including a [[MushroomSamba trippy]] musical number, a ''ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'' homage, a take-off of ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', and a [[TheFifties '50s]] family comedy.

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** A lot of "Bombshells" including a [[MushroomSamba trippy]] musical number, a ''ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'' ''Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'' homage, a take-off of ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', and a [[TheFifties '50s]] family comedy.
11th Jul '16 5:45:16 PM superkeijikun
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** "We're not friends anymore, House...I'm not sure we ever were."
11th Jul '16 5:43:42 PM superkeijikun
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** At the end of Season 4, House is involved in a bus crash along with Amber, who had married Wilson. Amber dies, and her death creates a schism in House and Wilson's relationship. House's own guilt over her death also pushes him to the brink of insanity.

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** At the end of Season 4, House is involved in a bus crash along with Amber, who had married was going out with Wilson. Amber dies, and her death creates a schism in House and Wilson's relationship. House's own guilt over her death also pushes him to the brink of insanity.
8th Jul '16 6:36:37 PM bombadilla
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* {{Flanderization}}: It's hard to remember now, but in roughly the first half of the first season House was a cynical yet mature doctor. He didn't suffer fools gladly, and often got into trouble for not abiding by conventional medical ethics, but this was shown to be because House had his own well thought out ethical principles, quite different from his later [[InsufferableGenius "I'm a genius so I do what I want" attitude.]] He also ''didn't'' meddle with his colleagues' lives so much, or torment them for his own pleasure, or play childish pranks on Cuddy and Wilson. He gradually evolved into an attention hungry manchild with sociopathic tendencies and eventually into a full on sociopath.

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* {{Flanderization}}: It's hard to remember now, but in roughly the first half of the first season House was for the most part a cynical yet mature doctor. person. He didn't suffer fools gladly, and often got into trouble for not abiding by conventional medical ethics, but this was shown to be because House had his own well thought out well-thought-out ethical principles, which is quite different from his later [[InsufferableGenius "I'm a genius so I do what I want" attitude.]] He also ''didn't'' meddle with his colleagues' lives so much, or torment them for his own pleasure, or play childish pranks on Cuddy and Wilson. He gradually evolved into an attention hungry manchild with sociopathic tendencies and eventually into a full on sociopath.
8th Jul '16 6:22:58 PM Rattrap007
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** In the episode "Mirror, Mirror", Cuddy pranks House by swapping his Vicodin with laxatives. He later tells Cuddy he can tell when his Vicoden is not Vicodin. He then asks if she can tell when her birth control pills are not birth control pills. The look on Cuddy's face goes from a laugh to oh crap in a second.
26th Jun '16 1:58:15 AM KJMackley
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** "Alone" involved a patient in a coma after a building exploded and having a massively contrary medical history, the twist was a mistaken identity where their patient was actually a minor co-worker in the ColdOpening and the person they thought they were treating had died. This came from a real life event, where a car accident left two friends with only mild similarities being mistaken for the other because of their injuries and hospital conditions, even their family didn't catch it.
13th Jun '16 12:00:47 AM PaulA
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* BeautyInversion: Creator/JamieBamber with an unknown medical condition that makes his skin peel.



* ShirtlessScene: House, Chase, Foreman.

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* ShirtlessScene: House, Chase, Foreman. Guest star Creator/JamieBamber gets a scene that seems to lampshade his tendency to be shirtless in other things--he's shirtless, but ''his skin is peeling off''.
10th Jun '16 12:33:41 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** And then sometimes House behaves as NayTheist could, as if he believed in God and saw Him as his competitor. At one point he shouted at a patient's family member before performing surgery on said patient. "You'd better not be praying! I don't want to fight over credit for this."
*** This is also likely referencing the fact that people will commonly thank God for medical recovery but rarely their doctors.

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** And then sometimes House behaves as NayTheist could, as if he believed in God and saw Him as his competitor. At one point he shouted at a patient's family member before performing surgery on said patient. "You'd better not be praying! I don't want to fight over credit for this."
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" This is also likely referencing the fact that people will commonly thank God for medical recovery but rarely their doctors.
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