Disclaimer: I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything as satisfying as the last scene of season six when House finally got not only what he needed but what he wanted! Oh, sorry that’s a PROclaimer. Okay, I own nothing in the House universe except a deep, undying love for Dr. House and no court on earth can take that away!!
It’s About Time….
Her comments had washed away years of his doubt and sadness. Their shower had washed away the layers of grime and blood on their bodies. And now he was going to wash away the longing that had plagued him since that night after...
A/N: I know, another late update…but I have been really busy lately and am so so so soooo sorry!!!
Murder in the Clinic Chapter 6: Breaking the News
The morning after diagnosing his latest patient with meningitis, House, wanting to keep his mind off of the troubling police investigation as much as possible, was feverishly searching through a mountain of files, hunting down one that could make a half way decent case to get his mind of things. Finally, he pulled out one that seemed vaguely interesting. Patient: Kevin Carson, Male, 14 years old; came to clinic complaining...
Previously on House M.D Cuddy arrived at House’s place and they kissed. I didn’t go into complete detail on what happened during the night so this is it. I think the show will do this in flashbacks—maybe during the next few episodes.
This would be if the scene carried on after the kiss.
House had just kissed cuddy—and now the conclusion of that kiss.
House: You’re drunk.
(Cuddy stumbled to the sofa. With House eyeing her up and down as she tries.)
Cuddy: I’m not drunk. I-I’m just tired.
(House sat down across from her.)
House: Normally, in situations like this I take advantage...
I decided to post the conclusion to my script from the forum here, as a soapbox article. I'm glad that you've all enjoyed it so far, and given such wonderful feedback. Hopefully you enjoy the conclusion to the story. Here are some things you should know before you begin. 1) There are some possible season 4 finale spoilers. 2) I tried to stay true to the characters as well as the medical facts. 3) This is a 23 page script - not a full length 50 page one. 4) The designated commercial breaks are spots where I stopped writing for the day. That's why they may seem sporadic. 5) I'm a Huddy fan. (And there's...