This Dr. James E. Wilson photo contains
living room, living room, sitting room, front room, parlor, and parlour.
There might also be
penal institution, penal facility, jail, jailhouse, gaol, clink, slammer, poky, pokey, and drawing room.
As we have all heard by now, Robert Sean Leonard has been snubbed by the Emmy Awards once again. Not only did he not recieve a nomination for his role as Dr James Wilson, he did not even make the nomination shortlist. In previous years, I have felt that Robert Sean Leonard deserved at least a nomination for his work on 'House MD', and was always bitterly diappointed that he was ignored every year. However, this year I thought it would finally be his year, especially given his brilliant performances in the episodes 'House's Head' and 'Wilson's Heart'. Yet, the Emmy Gods decided against rewarding...
NOT MINE. This is an extract from the link "Difficult Characters" written by Doris Egan (one of the writers of House MD), in which she writes a few things about Wilson's character. The complete article also includes analysis of characters from different stories she has written.
In a novel, it would be easy to lay out [a character's] thoughts. In a visual medium, the viewer has to do the work themselves, and here's the problem: we're used to there only being one answer.
Take Wilson, a complex character on House. He's introduced as (1) a married womanizer (and therefore, by definition, a betrayer)...