History YMMV / House

13th Jun '18 12:22:58 PM Tymell
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** In "House Divided", House practices pouring flaming shots, eventually setting a cadaver in fire in the process. The fire is hilariously fake.

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** In "House Divided", House practices pouring flaming shots, eventually setting a cadaver in on fire in the process. The fire is hilariously fake.
13th Jun '18 12:22:44 PM Tymell
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** In "House Divided" House is practices pouring flaming shots, eventually setting a cadaver in fire in the process. The fire is hilariously fake.

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** In "House Divided" Divided", House is practices pouring flaming shots, eventually setting a cadaver in fire in the process. The fire is hilariously fake.
13th Jun '18 12:22:11 PM Tymell
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** In "House Divided" House is practices pouring flaming shots, eventually setting a cadaver in fire in the process. The fire is hilariously fake.
13th Jun '18 3:26:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* MagnificentBastard: House himself.
** Wilson has his moments.
11th May '18 5:35:10 PM Retloclive
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* ItWasHisSled: House assembles a new team in Season 4 replacing Chase and Cameron with Taub, Kutner and Hadley.
30th Apr '18 8:22:37 PM NoxCaelis
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** Alvie (played by Creator/LinManuelMiranda) raps in front of the mental facilities' patient in "Broken" and mentioned that his "papa split, mama got sick". Umm... is that you, {{Theatre/Hamilton}}?
16th Apr '18 1:40:26 PM KizunaTallis
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Is House a soulless {{Jerkass}} misanthrope, who's only in it for the puzzle, or a JerkWithAHeartOfGold doctor profoundly committed to saving his patients regardless of the law, traditional medical ethics or common sense? He argues that the non-compassionate approach is more successful as shown by this quote: "What would you prefer - a doctor who holds your hand while you die or one who ignores you while you get better?".

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Is House a soulless {{Jerkass}} misanthrope, misanthrope who's only in it the medical profession for the puzzle, puzzle/challenge, or a JerkWithAHeartOfGold doctor profoundly committed to saving his patients regardless of the law, traditional medical ethics or common sense? He argues that the non-compassionate approach is more successful as shown by this quote: "What would you prefer - a doctor who holds your hand while you die or one who ignores you while you get better?".
31st Mar '18 2:58:01 AM PicardsDouble
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** House's father was in the American Military. In ''Series/BlackadderGoesForth'', Creator/HughLaurie's character was a private in the British Military.

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** House's father was in the American Military. In ''Series/BlackadderGoesForth'', Creator/HughLaurie's character was a private Leftenant in the British Military.Military during The First World War.
21st Mar '18 2:24:19 PM Tymell
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* HollywoodPudgy: House is constantly referring to how "huge" or "rotund" [[http://www.imdb.com/media/rm4018649856/nm0249046?ref_=nmmd_md_pv Cuddy's ass]] is.

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* HollywoodPudgy: HollywoodPudgy:
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House is constantly referring to how "huge" or "rotund" [[http://www.imdb.com/media/rm4018649856/nm0249046?ref_=nmmd_md_pv Cuddy's ass]] is.
** In "Heavy" a 10 year old girl is admitted and repeatedly referred to as "morbidly obese". The actress playing her is overweight, but not obese by any stretch.
23rd Feb '18 6:37:12 PM KizunaTallis
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** House chewing out some idiot vegan parents for forcing their baby to live on almond milk, tofu, and raw vegetables. Although [[spoiler:they did consult a nutritionist to make sure the diet was appropriate for a baby, cluing House in there was another reason for her illness]], the point nonetheless stands.

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** House chewing out some idiot vegan parents in the episode "Babies and Bathwater" for forcing their baby to live on almond milk, tofu, and raw vegetables. Although [[spoiler:they did consult a nutritionist to make sure the diet was appropriate for a baby, cluing House in there was another reason for her illness]], the point nonetheless stands.



** On a similar note, there's the scene where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urZLTobAfJc House calls out a mother who isn't vaccinating her baby daughter]].

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** On a similar note, there's the scene in the episode "Paternity" where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urZLTobAfJc House calls out a mother who isn't vaccinating her baby daughter]].


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** The episode "Heavy" deconstructs the argument on body imagery and fat shaming. Not all fat people are fat because they overeat - they can have genuine medical/psychological problems that affect their bodies and you shouldn't shame them for it. On the other hand, however, obesity shouldn't be promoted or excused, because you can develop health problems which can turn fatal. Also, people who use fat shaming as a victim card aren't always saints or victims; they can often be selfish jerks with no respect for others and won't step out of their own way when it comes to their own personal health.
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