MY BODY IS A CAGE
What do you do when you lose?
Doctor power ranking
House > Chase > Foreman > Wilson > Kutner > 13 > Taub > Cuddy > Cut-throat Bitch > Masters > Adams > Park > dogshit > Cuddy
park would be good for fucking and sexing
Sure if your standards are rock bottom.
I know a nurse like this IRL bros, should I smash or pass?
Don't fuck with women you're not attracted to. It's a mess for everybody. If you're halfway good looking, she'll fall in love with you and then you realize "wow I'm REALLY not attracted to her" every time you go to the gym or see a good looking woman in public with leggings on.
that would be implying non-attractive women in modern day are even capable of love. more often they seem even more cold than attractive women which i just don't get. had one at my job i was making friends with then one day she just fucking switched up on me, doesn't even say hi or look at me anymore. literally no idea why. every interaction we had back then went great
Who knows. I wouldn't use that interaction to generalize, maybe she's just a cunt. I can tell you with 100% certainty non-attractive women today are capable of love. Been there multiple times and that's why I'm saying it's not worth it. Breaks their hearts to the point of suicide when you leave. Sorry about that chick btw fuck her.
yeah i dunno. it seems really split. oh and about her i did like her but i guess she's just a bitch at her core or something
90 lbs asian woman
made for sex
She's all yours man.
I'd like to fight karate with her.
what happens to the loser, anon?
this any good? its interesting to see eric andre in a serious role
Oh my god she has a fucking moustache there.
>he has never seen a woman up close
House > Cut-Throat Bitch > Chase > Foreman > Kutner > Wilson > Masters > Taub > dogshit > everyone else
She was proven to be just as capable as House at times, but she had absolutely no integrity and would sell out her coworkers for a penny; a feat a doctor surrounded by israelites is rightly wary of. Hence why she was kicked off the team and how she recognized immediately that she was dead when she woke up on bypass
>any f*male above based Chase
reddit tier ranking
Chase > House >>>>> everybody else
Chase was the realest nigga
he consciously made the decission to kill a dude and was smarter than foreman
also, was less a lil bitch than house
Hard to disagree with this, chase goes from a complete simp to a multi jugging thresome having Chad over the course of the show, he also is a surgeon and the smartest one of the team. His arch is great. A2rjsn
>His arch is great
he was the character that developed the most
from zero to non-retarded house
Thing is that Chase doesn't come into his own until the bad seasons, so everyone remembers Chase as a whiny Aussie nepotism hire
>so everyone remembers Chase as a whiny Aussie nepotism hire
that was like season 1 dude
He didn't really become an admirable character until like Season 6
You’ve got cuddy twice in there
The first time I said Cuddy I meant Cameron.
The last one is Cuddy.
You’re the first person to reply to me in months. Thanks.
Supremely kino moment. One of the few post-S6E1 moments worth a shit. This and the majority of House/Wilson moments in S8.
They really don't make mystery shows like House anymore.
the supreme kino in the series was moments like this, wilson's cancer, euphoria pt and and pt 2, and house's head/wilson's heart
> mystery shows like House
It's very much a monster of the week mystery, but the monsters are diseases
The diseases aren’t even relevant to the show, they’re just a mcguffin so House and staff can argue about morality and politics. You are an idiot. They made an episode where House the character literally looks into the camera and says the diseases don’t matter.
Lol wut the diseases are very relevant. They're relevant, and excuses for the writers to bounce ideas around. They can be both silly.
>You are an idiot.
thanks to house people think it's peter gabriel's son and not that canadian rapist.
How good were state-of-the-art prosthetic legs in 2004? Certainly House could have gotten a really good one. Hard to believe that wouldn't have been better than a barely functional leg that always hurts
It was a pride thing, remember? The finale of season 1 when they show the flashbacks,
>It's MY leg. I've had it for as long as I can remember
I've seen family members, acquaintances do similar shit.
House didn't want them to remove any tissue at all, and Cuddy/Stacey went over his head to partially amputate to increase his chances of survival. House wanted a functional leg or death. Seems like he got the worst outcome
>Seems like he got the worst outcome
that's kind of the point of the show
Same. My uncle crushes his leg working on a dump truck and now it's basically slowly rotting off. He refuses to let them amputate it though. I don't wish him bad but the dude is an ass so it's not like I care much either
They had an entire episode dedicated to his decision to keep his leg (S1 finale), and several where he WAS seriously considering amputating it.
They even re-visit it and have a surprisingly very well written episode regarding it in the S6 finale, where he connects with a woman who doesn't want her leg amputated. This scene in particular fucking gets me, because if you've ever had to deal with actual life-or-death situations, it's pretty accurate.
>she fucking dies anyway
Don't know about back then but good ones are insanely expensive and legit uncomfortable as fuck. My uncle wears his as little as possible because it is more of a pain in the ass than just a wheel chair and it causes him way more pain than it's worth, at least for him anyway.
Certainly a doctor can afford (and use connections) to get a really good one that's also professionally fitted. His half-leg hurt like hell regardless
Eh maybe, all I know is that my uncle says it's terrible and destroys his skin and he's got a top of the line one. Wears it as little as possible.
>CUZ I'M GONNA LOSE YA!
what did you guys think about the suicide episode?
Personally I thought it was great how it came out of nowhere and they bring up the fact that they just didn't notice any signs not that there weren't any.
Showed the denial process of grieving pretty well i thought.
Pretty much the best the could have done with Penn's abrupt departure. I really like Taub breaking down at the end in particular. It's a shame, though—I think Kutner was my favorite post-pilot hire.
I really enjoy Taub's bit about Kutner refusing to get help makes him an idiot. It really pulled no punches on suicide that whole episode.
>sees that his ex gf already got a new bf and moved on at lightning speed
>does what every guy wants to do
How is it based if a car crashed through it
Only diamond can cut diamond, and only House can destroy a house. The House always wins
This is my favorite moment in the series. Unimaginably relatable.
Neon Bible is such a kino album
How did we feel about Lucas, the PI who ended up dating Cuddy? Remember when he was going to get his own spin-off?
I never liked him. He was a performance in search of a character.
Why did the show never have a dream episode where House is really Holmes?
Imagine the victorian Sherlock episode, but it's House and Wilson
That character was a bit silly. He was kind of like rose in two and a half men with how she knew everything about everyone because she was a stalker
I think he's fine but the way it ties into how Cuddy and House get together is contrived.
wasn't euphoria supposed to be a made for tv movie or something
Fun fact: the opening theme was made by Robert Del Naja, who might be Banksy
Robert is absolutely connected to Banksy. But it's pretty well established that Banksy is that Gunningham guy from Bristol.
Yeah but "friends with Banksy" doesn't have the same ring to it, and I want to believe
>We never got Chase MD
Honestly kind of surprising there's been no push for a House reboot. I guess the way the show ended makes that kind of difficult
>They don't know
S2 bloopers are some of the best I've ever seen. Rush Hour 2 is the only one that comes close.
I also really like the bit where Foreman gives Chase 'the nod' but sadly I don't know if that blooper is on Youtube.
>MY BODY IS A CAGE
This is an extremely gnostic idea.
It is crazy when you realize how much pop culture promotes gnostic and Luciferian beliefs, and most people don't even notice it because they have been programmed to think it is just the default view of reality.
Lmao god's not real you dork
The Triune God of Christianity is literally objectively real. This has been proven philosophically through what is called the Transcendental Argument for God.
Literally no one has ever been able to refute this argument.
>God has to be real because.... He just does, okay!
>If god doesn't exist, who made your precious logic? :^)
Kant was a cunt, and you're a sheep
That's not Kant lol
Kant made certain types of transcendental arguments but that isn't the same as the Transcendental Argument for God (which early Church Fathers were making long before Kant was born).
Imagine worshiping the dull fucking philosophical drivel of a bunch of dead virgins
>I don't care if you're screwed up I love you anyway
>You relapsed and took Vicodin one time to deal with the stress of me possibly having cancer. I'm leaving you
How do you respond without driving a car through her front window?
What was the deal here? Did Lisa want too much money? Were they just tired of House being happy-ish? This is the point of no return for the series, where a happy ending permanently comes off the table
Cuddy was just a nagging uppity bitch
2007 writers strike finally took effect. They had a few seasons in the bag already but it petered out. People don’t realize the studios blackballed a lot of the good writers as revenge and they never came back, everything was declining anyways but that sealed the deal for mass market film and television.
The writer's strike fucked Season 4. The whole "House drives his car though Cuddy's house" thing was the Season 7 finale in 2011
Yeah, but my point was the impact went beyond the initial obvious disruption. Good talent was dropped, studios restructured, everything changed. Look at any show from the time and you can see the marked change in tone when they resumed, broad plot points continued while details became muddy, repetitive, even nonsensical. Studios started hiring more game players rather than actual talent, you need some of both but it’s easy to tell the difference.
Well, sure, but that doesn't really have any bearing on "why was Lisa Edelstein, specifically, abruptly written off the show at the end of Season 7"
The late 00s was roughly when all television and movies took a nosedive in writing quality that has persisted to this day, so this explanation checks out.
EVERYTHING got worse after the late 00s not just writing
I’m not arguing the writers strike was the only reason, or even the start, but everything flows from writing. When the studios decided to not rely on writers due to the strike, that has a ripple effect. You lower budgets, simplify productions, broaden appeal.
Eh, I don't really think this tracks. This is where AMC explodes onto the prestige scene, and probably the peak of the NBC sitcom lineup with The Office/Parks and Recreation/30 Rock/Community all on at the same time. I guess HBO specifically is in a bit of a lull post-Sopranos/Wire/Deadwood, pre-Game of Thrones
Well if you like garbage it’s kind of hard to tell when things get trashier.
As a House fan, most of those shows are better than House
wat. Sopranos sure, and that's primarily if you enjoy thematic explorations of 2000s American urban life. But The Office? Parks and Rec? 30 Rock? Better than House? Wtf in what universe.
I guess you just don't like sitcoms. I'm not a huge Parks and Rec fan, but The Office and 30 Rock are two of the best in the history of the genre, and that's not really a controversial take. I'd also put The Wire, Deadwood, early Game of Thrones, and Breaking Bad and Mad Men from contemporaneous AMC as comfortably better than House (again, a show I quite like)
I don't really watch sitcoms so maybe I'm not the right guy to be talking about this.
The office and 30 rock certainly were popular, but that doesn’t mean much. Deadwood and the wire were before the writers strike, so you seem very confused by this conversation. Mad Men was due to Weiner having sway from the sopranos, and game of thrones was written by a real writer, it coincidentally turned to shit when they ran out of that and started relying on tv writers.
You just aren't reading my posts. I specifically listed Deadwood and the Wire as good shows from before the strike
and had my point dismissed because apparently that means I like garbage
And 30 Rock wasn't popular, it barely got renewed every season. It's remembered for being a great show underappreciated in its time.
Apparently you can’t even read your own post, as you said, the time we are talking about was POST wire and deadwood.
You're just taking in circles now. There was good TV before the strike and good TV after the strike. 2007-2008 specifically kind of sucked. 2009-2013 or thereabouts was better overall than 2002-2006. Streaming did much more damage to the writing profession than the 07 strike
I forgot breaking bad, I really liked the first few seasons, but writing was never its strong suit. It was carried by Vince and the acting, but that’s just my opinion. Also Vince was another old school guy and I think he managed to carry through despite the studios going to shit.
I think you're just trying to hard to fit this theory that the 2007/8 writers' strike permanently ruined television. It fucked up one year of programming, and then things bounced back. HBO is the only relevant channel that truly peaked before the strike.
Well, if you read my posts again you’ll see I specifically said the writers strike wasn’t solely to blame. If anything it was a consequence of the already existing sickness, but it did massively accelerate things. You ignored my point about how the 2007 disruption, though obvious, was not the only impact, but I won’t retread that.
There was no existing sickness though, your read on the quality of television is just wrong. You're describing what is popularly known as "the golden age of television" as a downswing, and I reject that basic premise. TV got better in the late 00s/early 10s, not worse, with the noted exception of specially the 07/08 season
Garbage was maybe a bit harsh, they were funny shows, and I’m definitely not putting House above them, I was talking about the industry in general. And those formulaic comedies are exactly what I’m talking about, low tier writing, cheap productions, broad appeal. The studios cut out their reliance on writers.
30 Rock and Community in the late 00s/early 10s had some of the best writing in the history of sitcoms. I really don't think you watched them. Only Seinfeld is really better. I agree that The Office peaked just before the strike hit, but it was still reliably very good for two or three additional seasons.
House saw a massive drop in viewship during S6 but the studio wanted to drag out the show for 2 more seaosns, so solution was to cut back the budget. The first thing to be cut down was the salaries of the main cast. Everybody was getting paid less but Lisa Edelstein had the audacity to demand a raise or she'd leave. It was completely asinine and egostistical.
>You relapsed and took Vicodin one time to deal with the stress of me possibly having cancer. I'm leaving you
Yes that's a good reason to leave someone anon.
It absolutely isn't, especially since she entered the relationship knowing he had a yearslong Vicodin addiction
Well the thing is I'm of the opinion that House and Cuddy began really sloppily anyway. Totally wasn't believable how it began. But otherwise,
>It absolutely isn't
Dude of course it is. I don't even know what argument you could possibly conjure to justify why showing up high to your girlfriend's cancer diagnosis isn't something worth leaving over. She had a daughter, was he going to show up high to her dance recitals, or award ceremonies? Was he going to forget to pick her up because he was strung out one day? Dude cmon.
he's lucky she gave him the chance, nobody wants to live with a drug addict
Did you guys like the movies?
And by that i mean the 2 part stand alone house episodes?
>The nut house
I think the prison one was the when I started rolling my eyes at the show.
But also cringed at the talent show ep of the nut house. It got really sappy really fast.
i may have masturbated too many times to this scene
I am wondering something.
There is an episode in season 6 where House hires Foreman's brother as an assistant.
Now the backstory of Foreman is that he came from the hood or whatever and got into trouble as a teenager, but he cleaned up his act and became a doctor.
His brother, on the other hand, lived life as a thug and just got out jail.
So why is Foreman's brother able to fit into the environment of House's team where they're always talking imtelligently and making clever, subtle jabs at each other and stuff like that? You would think this guy who just got out of jail would be like a fish out of water in this new environment. He doesn't really talk or act like a "thug" personality. He acts like how Foreman acts.
I know it's because it's a tv show and they need him to act this way for the show to work, but what is the explanation in the world of House?
that he's "changed"
how'd he do that
cleaned up his act or something idk
in the first place, prison is (supposed to be) for rehabilitation, dont forget
the whole dialema between eric and his brother is that eric took the long way round to clean up his act, made the decision himself, went to medical school, clawed his way up to the top
meanwhile his dope brother who was likely the influence for eric getting involved in crime in the first place, wants to AFK getting fed meals for free and then leave jail and end up exactly where foreman is, professionally and morally, with none of the effort and none of the proof
I had a huge crush on Masters.
>it's a House can't take a piss because the vicodin abuse closed off his urethra episode
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