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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.
If you go back an episode or two before Tritter is introduced, House is harassing...
Disclaimer: I don’t own House. I just own a burning desire to follow Hugh Laurie around the set and fetching whatever he needs or wants. Forever.
“Letting Go – A Winter Fanisode” Act Four
Wilson looked closely at the small freckle on the left shoulder of the patient in Exam Room 2. He took extra time to make sure it wasn’t cancerous. This was a consult, after all and he needed to be 100% sure so that his hospital would be well represented. “It looks like it’s just a freckle,” Wilson said somewhat cautiously. “Probably from too much sun.” He looked along the patient’s...
At a swim meet, a 12-year old diver, Mary, goes onto the board and makes her dive, but when she comes up one of the bystanders has collapsed. At Cameron's apartment, House pays a visit to ask her back but she refuses. Before they can get into it further, House is paged – there's an outbreak at the clinic. He returns to find the place crowded with patients and doctors – Cuddy suspect meningitis at the pool center and dragoons him into service. Mary has a rash and a sore neck, and her parents are out of town. House suspects something and brings Foreman...
A couple are driving through the streets and the pregnant wife is driving her drunk husband. The woman temporarily blacks out and they barely manage to avoid a car wreck. The police show up and think she's drunk as she begins to act woozy. Then collapses.
Foreman is checking up on the couple and her brain tests prove negative but her kidney and liver look odd – she's only 28 weeks pregnant. House is indulging in a dream about Vogler when Foreman brings him the news. House in turn gives them the news that Cameron has quit. When Chase...
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. segundos 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...
The seguinte morning, House wakes up and notices it’s 9:30. ‘Lisa! We’ve fallen asleep!’ He stands up very quickly and she opens her eyes a bit confused. ‘Eh? What? What time is it?’ ‘It’s 9:30!’ She goes as fast as she can to the bathroom and has a shower. House gets dressed and waits for her in the hall. Before they leave, Cuddy writes a note to her parents and they go to House’s place. ‘Thank God my boss will get late to work too so I won't be pissed off por her...’ ‘Ha-ha. It's your fault... You didn't turn on the alarm...’ ‘My fault?? It was your home, you should've...
In the unlikely event that anyone on this spot cares enough about Wilson to read this :P , here's an extract from the link "Difficult Characters" written por Doris Egan (one of the writers of House MD), in which she writes a few things about Wilson's character. The complete artigo 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.