This may seem kind of irrelevant to people that are later in/have finished the series, but I'm currently on episode 10 of season 3, and thought I'd share my insight on the relationship between Dr House and defective Detective Michael Tritter.
I'm finding these two characters' interaction to be the most interesting in the series yet - not because of clashing personalities, but because of their astounding similarities. Comparing them in terms of motive and how they execute achieving it, they are basically identical.
An Avidly Obsessed House Fan's Opinion on the Series Finale
Yesterday, I watched the last episode of House, "Everybody Dies", for the second time. I obviously tuned in when it first aired back in May, but I couldn't really take it in or register it terribly well through the haze of hysterical tears. And no, that's not a joke.
Watching it for the second time, I managed to form a coherent opinion on it. So, here's my summary/opinion on the finale.
This is just a general outline of what I believe to be the best episodes of House. Went into a lot of detail with the best ones, not so much with others. * means best episode of that season, and ** means best episode period.
How it all started, this episode gives you a general idea of what the cast is like, not to mention House’s prickly bedside manner and his reasons for hiring Cameron, Foreman, and Chase.