This week’s episode of “House,” entitled “Nobody’s Fault,” is the most engaging and stylized episode of this season. It reminds viewers that though the show can occasionally fall into a formulaic... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Matthew_Newlin/2012/02/06/ more
House was amazing tonight! It was fast-paced and riveting with a little "who dunnit" vibe. All we see at the beginning is a bloodied hospital room complete with bloody hand print on the wall. Balloons and flowers in disarray make us wonder what happened h more
To chronicle what may wind up being Dr. Chase's worst day ever, " House " (Mon., 8 p.m. EST on Fox) gave fans one of its occasional unconventional storytelling methods. Rather than the traditional straightforward storytelling approach, the saga unfolded v more
"House" broke some from its usual form Monday (Feb. 6) with an episode that introduced a formidable (and presumably one-time) adversary for House and examined what happens whether his way of doing things leads to good results or chaos.The answer? Both. So more
Above all else, House values being right. He is confident that his methods work. He knows that breeding conflict fosters ideas. And his methods have an extremely high success rate.
However, in " Nobody's Fault, " his methodology is placed under scrutin more
Whoa! Only one week after I criticized House for sticking to the same old formula every week, it goes and does something totally different! Not only was “Nobody’s fault” a complete break from the norm, but it actually ended up being the best e more