'House': If it's 'Nobody's Fault,' then who's responsible for Chase?


"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 if "Nobody's Fault" didn't really tell us anything we don't already know about Greg House and brand of mind games, it at least gave us a very well-acted, expertly directed (by exec producer Greg Yaitanes, helming his 30th episode of the series) examination of the question.(Spoilers below.)Oh, and it also left Chase -- the last original member of House's team working under him -- struggling to regain use of his legs after a patient's case goes about as wrong as it can possibly go without resulting in death. As the disciplinary inquiry went on and we saw a couple rounds of questions from Dr. Walter Cofield (Jeffrey Wright, very good in a necessarily...



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