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And the winner... [Sep. 18th, 2008|05:09 pm]
John
...of "the most accurate, but painful, season opener whose specifics were explicitly spelled out in the previous season" award, goes to House MD.

I do hope the writers like happy endings, because *ouch*.
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[User Picture]From: copperwise
2008-09-19 12:46 am (UTC)
That was BRUTAL. Also, normally his sexism and misogyny is played fairly amusingly and I can't help but giggle. This time the urge to strangle him was strong.
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From: (Anonymous)
2008-09-19 06:08 pm (UTC)
Re: urges to strangle, yeah. Normally, he's brutally cynical, but this time it was like, he was brutally cynical about feminist leaders, but not about anti-feminism. And that no longer comes across as just House being brutally cynical about everything.
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[User Picture]From: laurarey
2008-09-21 12:29 pm (UTC)
Yeah....it was almost like they were trying to force us emotionally to drop any positive feelings we had for the House. However, kudos to the Wilson character for making a healthy decision. (Ok, ok....I've got a crush on Wilson.)

I found myself also not liking Cutty. How ineffectual can you be? Of course, as someone else pointed out above, the whole episode seemed to have a decidedly negative viewpoint of women. Cutty looked like a twit. 13 (Remy Hadley?) was portrayed as ineffectual and incompetent. The patient .... well, you get my point.

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[User Picture]From: kightp
2008-09-22 06:41 pm (UTC)
Oh, dear. I'm not sure whether I should look forward to this or not.

I bet the writers will make this season some kind of redemption, though ...
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[User Picture]From: johnpalmer
2008-09-23 02:45 am (UTC)
It was a very good episode, in many ways. But, I think a lot of fans are reserving judgment until they see where the plot line goes.
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