Ships of House There are so many,and many more are beginning to be discovered I will list the ships,and tell you some stuff about them. *Note:This a loooong list of 'Ships'....some of these ships aren't even real!But some people ship them,or might ship*
Wilson parked his car in front of Cuddy’s house. The silence was still filling the air around them since they left Mary’s home. The awkwardness of it was shouting the absence of words that could possibly express how they felt after what Doctor Mary told them. Seconds later Cuddy broke it.
“How… could it… have it come to this, Wilson?” Her voice was lost and his eyes focused on the street.
“I don’t know…”
“Do you want to come in?” She spoke as she opened the door.
“Only if you need me.”
Cuddy took a deep breath and the silence filled the air again. “Should I… should...
First of all I'd like to thank my new beta,link, for reading and fixing my writing since my English has been proven a little defected. Thank you!
Second I'd like to thank you guys who is still there reading this sort of lunatic and weird story. Thanks! Hope you like this chapter and sorry for the late.
Coldness, darkness, moisture, … and a damn drop falling from the roof right next the old and crank bed inside that small and claustrophobic cell. The pain was extreme, three days without those useless meds were enough to multiply the pain a billion times. That terrible smell, what the...
House: His name is not Wilson and he's screwed up worse than I am!
Well, his name is Wilson and he's most certainly not as screwed up as House, but then...
How screwed up is Wilson?
I don't think we get to really see this side of Wilson until the episode with that quote I just used, "House vs God". Almost two complete seasons into the show and only then we get to see Wilson's screwed-up-ness exactly as it is. Why did the writers take so long to introduce such an important feature of such an important character? Did it occur to them only just then that Wilson should be this way? I don't think so....
The title of this week’s House MD episode is “Painless” an ironic title for an episode that focuses solely on pain and the effects of it. The patient of the week, Jeff, uses the normal patient formula to make the doctors of Princeton Plainsboro think, but gave the viewers the added benefit of seeing House interact with a man who could potentially be his future. This episode may have been about Pain, but it also commented quite strongly on the effects of someone’s pain on the people they love.
The revealing message of this episode took place during the pivotal scene between House and...