Wilson's an idiot! What if Cuddy said ok?

Wilson's an idiot!! You don't open up to a woman, if you're not ready to date her and perhaps take it a step beyond. I wonder what was running through that cerebral cortex as it came up with that childish plan, because House would've just let it go on and see Wilson at a dead-end with Cuddy seriously in love with him and he being the fool desperately wanting out.

I was quite impressed by the shrewdness of Cuddy, because she's usually the one that falls for such pranks. Wilson, though, was a little bit out of character; Wilson does not do such foolish things; even though he often falls in House's trap, he is usually the one that can think like House and even knows the psychology behind House's actions, so I wondered why he'll take such a sick move knowing that his friend would easily figure out what he was up to, given the reasons he mentioned himself.

The episode shows House would very much like to date Cuddy, but his cowardice. It was cowardice that held the patient back from crossing the threshold to his apartment and it was the inability to break with the past that made Cameron hold back her feelings for Chase. But I am having to ask myself how in heaven's name House ever fell in love with Stacy in the first place. Is that guy capable of committing to another homo sapiens at all? Clearly he loves Cuddy, clearly he'd dare any authority, clearly he'd not give a hoot what other say about boss-relationships. Cuddy would be surprised and would act cautiously, if House should propose to her, but after the moment of shock, a flush of emotions would thrust her body into another worse shock. She's a hot successful woman desperate to have a family and would fall for House; fact she cares so much about him, even though she's not sure, whether she stands a chance. So what the Jupiter is holding that jerk back, some may ask? Dunno, it's weird, but dunno. In real life, the only explanation would be: that guy must be buried alive. But in "House M.D.", I think that kind of relationship would be fatal for the show in ways that Cuddy explained to Wilson. She was pretty impressive in this episode.

So what is this alpha-female thing going on between Cameron and 13. It weird how 13 tries to fill up the blank space left behind by Cameron after leaving the team. What do you think?

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Nov 12, 2008 4:39PM EST

Yeh 13 and cameron...bit weird. Not much of 13 in this episode at all so i guess we know who won that battle.

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Nov 19, 2008 1:18AM EST

I think it's obvious that he really WAS asking Cuddy out, and then backed off when he realized Cuddy was still obsessing about House and just agreed to her paranoid theory. This is a LOT more in-character for Wilson than what you're suggesting he did.

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Nov 19, 2008 10:02AM EST

Are you kidding? Did you really miss the fact that Wilson was serious and Cuddy misconstrued it for this ridiculous and illogical plan? I could go on and on about how else you seemed to miss very obvious points, but I shan't, because I can't do it without being insulting. So let's just leave it with the most obvious one; Wilson likes Cuddy.

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Dec 3, 2008 11:06AM EST

Are you guys seriously buying that cheap see-through desguise that Wilson put up as he "asked Cuddy out"? I agree that Wilson is a bit not that straight foward like House when the subject is relationship, but I dare say he would have done it seriously and would not have liked to come between House and Cuddy. Gosh, you are not telling me he was serious! I think that was a plan. And you better not propose to a Woman, if you find yourself in the a similar position, because they're probably gonna slap you. I'd.
I have to agree, though, that I was not 100% right about suggesting Wilson would like to opt out of the relationship, if it had ensued. He would be torn between his love and his friendship and that would have been "Cutthroat Bitch" all over again.

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