Well, House fans who think it has become to predictable, how did "Not Cancer" float your boat?
Sure, the episode followed the same general House-like formula and House is far from being different than his usual glum genius self, but yet... he was different.
House, but not House. Wilson, but not Wilson. Bromance, but not bromance... brian... overload...
This episode went a little deeper than usual with all this "not cancer" stuff throwing words and treatments into loops and loops, but yet all this about things not being what they are actually applied to House. As predictable as his stubborn (lovable?) ways are, he somehow figured something out this episode because he was someone's ray of sunshine - he actually said the world is not as bad as the patient was seeing - and I think he actually meant more than what she was physically seeing.
And, AND, House-fanatics, have you ever - ever - heard House say, "How are you?" to anyone? And yet, there we were at Wilson's door - a broken bromance on our hands with a strong Wilson and a weak House.
So yes, House, but not House. Wilson, but not Wilson. And so, after this episode, what do you think? Bromance, or not bromance?
Is House actually changing because of Wilson's departure and his realization of his need for Wilson? Will "Houson" ever be whole again?
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