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post #4891 of 5037
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Originally Posted by FSugino View Post

Did the Canadian version of House always use a different opening theme song? Not Massive Attack's "Teardrop?"

Why would it? It's the same program.

Many times I record a program out of Toronto if for no other reason; different commercials. Most are in the same time slot, but there are a few that are staggered like it use to be 20 years ago. No need for dual tuners or dual recorders.
Another (of many) plus for living in Buffalo.
post #4892 of 5037
Not sure about other providers, but if you have a TiVo, the episode of House that didn't air due to the NASCAR race is airing tonight. The TiVo does not pick it up as a new episode since FOX never updated their guide data when it happened, and TiVo excludes episodes that have the same ID within a 30 day period. So check your DVRs.
post #4893 of 5037
I'm with FiOS in Dallas and my guide shows it as new, and my DVR is set to record it. The episode title is "Love is Blind".
post #4894 of 5037
It showed up as 'new' on my STB tv guide.

Good episode though.
post #4895 of 5037
Yeah, dangit, I forgot about this and my TiVo missed it. Comcast OnDemand to the rescue, I presume.
post #4896 of 5037
oops, I missed it as my Tivo didn't record it either.

Oh well, if you've seen one House episode, you've nearly seen them all.
post #4897 of 5037
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Originally Posted by CruelInventions View Post

oops, I missed it as my Tivo didn't record it either.

Oh well, if you've seen one House episode, you've nearly seen them all.

And I have seen them all (except the final 8 yet to be aired).
post #4898 of 5037
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Originally Posted by CruelInventions View Post

oops, I missed it as my Tivo didn't record it either.

Oh well, if you've seen one House episode, you've nearly seen them all.

It's also on USA in a couple weeks too. Found it by looking at upcoming episodes. I think it was 3/30 at 3pm?
post #4899 of 5037
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Originally Posted by CruelInventions View Post

oops, I missed it as my Tivo didn't record it either.

Oh well, if you've seen one House episode, you've nearly seen them all.

Not this one you haven't. Dr. Park accidentally did acid. They showed her halucinations. When she looked at Dr. Adams...
post #4900 of 5037
It was an excellent episode.
post #4901 of 5037
Final season needs more Billy Connolly, and at least one or two more instances of him calling House a pill popping sociopath.
post #4902 of 5037
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Originally Posted by Raln View Post

Final season needs more Billy Connolly, and at least one or two more instances of him calling House a pill popping sociopath.

Definitely, I always enjoy an appearance by Connolly.
post #4903 of 5037
This last episode (4/16) was probably the worst I have seen during it's run. I deleted it about half way through.
post #4904 of 5037
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Originally Posted by mikeewing View Post

This last episode (4/16) was probably the worst I have seen during it's run. I deleted it about half way through.

Your loss. You probably didn't like "Lars and the Real Girl" either.
post #4905 of 5037
IDK but saying no to Amy was like whaaaatt? Chase is surely changing..

I so love Dominika
post #4906 of 5037
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Originally Posted by mikeewing View Post

This last episode (4/16) was probably the worst I have seen during it's run. I deleted it about half way through.

It seemed to be slanted more towards the team personalities rather than the medical procedure. There wasn't a House "a-HA moment" either, was there?
post #4907 of 5037
Originally Posted by mikeewing
This last episode (4/16) was probably the worst I have seen during it's run. I deleted it about half way through.

It seemed to be slanted more towards the team personalities rather than the medical procedure. There wasn't a House "a-HA moment" either, was there?


House has been that was for quite some time, actually. I mean, how much can you do with the mystery of exotic diseases that hardly anyone in the viewing audience would understand or be able to guess? This season they finally have a pretty good ensemble again, and House is being more funny and less mean- for the most part.
post #4908 of 5037
I enjoyed the episode though it was sad to see the guy gone home and happy in his relationship with his Real Doll in the end (I wonder if those people got any business out of that ). But I guess that "happy" is the operative word.

I too love Dominika. I hope that it works out that she and House commit to their marriage. She's beautiful and bright enough that he can't easily game her; they're not a bad match.
post #4909 of 5037
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Originally Posted by michaeltscott View Post

I enjoyed the episode though it was sad to see the guy gone home and happy in his relationship with his Real Doll in the end (I wonder if those people got any business out of that ). But I guess that "happy" is the operative word.

Lot cheaper than most marriages tho.
post #4910 of 5037
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House has been that was for quite some time, actually. I mean, how much can you do with the mystery of exotic diseases that hardly anyone in the viewing audience would understand or be able to guess? .

EXACTLY. And I don't need an "a-HA!" moment in the 11th hour of e v e r y s i n g l e episode.

I really like Dominika too.

So now that the series in the final stretch (they did announce this is the last season, right?), anyone care to speculate if House will end on a hopeful note or "life goes on as is" or even a, "ultimate crash 'n burn" note?
post #4911 of 5037
I actually think it would be more fitting for a crash-n-burn ending, but I doubt they will do it.
post #4912 of 5037
I do too, but network television isn't that brave.
post #4913 of 5037
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Originally Posted by michaeltscott View Post

I too love Dominika. I hope that it works out that she and House commit to their marriage. She's beautiful and bright enough that he can't easily game her; they're not a bad match.

There WAS an Ah-Ha House moment in this episode, it just wasn't about the patient. House tossed her approval lettre. When he came home and Dominika said "I fixed the blender" and gave him a taste of her pistashio milkshake, and looked at him, THAT was the Ah-Ha moment. The other hooker had said that she sees the way Dominika looks at House, and how he looks at her, and those looks mean that they really do like and care for each other . (And remember, House was asking the hookers he had been interviewing if they could do small appliance repair).

Her repairing the blender, and the look on her face when she gave him the taste of her milkshake, and his remembering that he had tossed the letter to keep her around was the moment. He realized that there was genuine affection on both their parts, and he bolted. What he does with this is anyones guess, but it MUST play into the finale somehow.
post #4914 of 5037
Was the letter just a notification or she must go to immigration to finish the paperwork for the green card? and if she doesn't go she could get deported, that's a big no-no for House, which will affect their relationship seriously.
post #4915 of 5037
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Originally Posted by DrLar View Post

Was the letter just a notification or she must go to immigration to finish the paperwork for the green card?

I just looked at it and the letter reads:
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Dear Mrs. House,

Application for permanent citizenship status: APPROVED.

Civil hearing to be sworn in as a citizen scheduled for APRIL 20, 2012. Please see attached list of courthouses.

Sincerely,

Edward Nibbert
Immigration Specialist

Interestingly, House's street address is 221b Baker Street, same as Sherlock Holmes, except it's in Princeton .

I wonder what happens if someone newly granted citizenship fails to show up for their swearing in? Is he trying to keep her from moving out to get her deported?
post #4916 of 5037
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Originally Posted by michaeltscott View Post

I just looked at it and the letter reads:Interestingly, House's street address is 221b Baker Street, same as Sherlock Holmes, except it's in Princeton .

Yes, the basis in the Holmes mythology was an acknowledged part of the premise of the show. Wilson is Watson. Vicodin is cocaine. Deductive reasoning. Calls everybody by their last name, even his best friend. Plays a musical instrument.

House is not a version of Holmes, of course, but the resemblances are intentional.
post #4917 of 5037
Oh, no. I hope Wilson will be okay. I remember reading a while back that next week's episode (directed by Hugh Laurie) will
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introduce the final arc of the series.
House always does finales right (with the exception of last years, perhaps), so I am anticipating some great TV for the series finale. Only four more weeks...
post #4918 of 5037
"My watch must have stopped, apparently it's already never."

I think I'm going to miss Wilson's comments more than I'll miss the show itself.

Whoops! I posted the above comment while I was still watching, that last scene was a punch to the gut.
post #4919 of 5037
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Originally Posted by keenan View Post

"My watch must have stopped, apparently it's already never."

I think I'm going to miss Wilson's comments more than I'll miss the show itself.

Whoops! I posted the above comment while I was still watching, that last scene was a punch to the gut.

Yes, I certainly didn't see that coming. By the way, didn't we see some previews a few weeks ago where House was seemingly under arrest again? Perhaps it has something to do with him treating Wilson at home using unauthorized methods.

And, I hope we haven't seen the last of Dominika.
post #4920 of 5037
But I think they will quickly forget about Dominika and focus on Wilson now...

That type of C he has, (I can't even spell it) is one of those nasty ones that quickly spreads?
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