House: Euphoria, Pt II

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007 by scarlett

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The House episode Euphoria, Pt II sees Foreman having contracted an obscure and deadly illness. He attempts to infect Cameron through an infected needle, and doesn’t succeed, but it was an illustration of his abject selfishness; forget that I may have given her a death sentence, it will make her work harder to cure me.
When […]

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House, M.D. - Those Evil Feminine Wiles

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 by BetaCandy

I can’t stop watching House, M.D. It gives me too much material for this site. This post contains spoilers for this past week’s episode “Top Secret”.
This week’s episode featured a main plot, a B plot, a C plot and a couple of B-cups. The main plot was House trying to save a Marine […]

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House: One Day, One Room

Friday, February 9th, 2007 by Purtek

I wasn’t entirely intending to focus entirely on issues of sexual assault on television, though having volunteered counseling survivors for almost four years, it does tend to be on my mind. Last week’s episode of House (”One Day, One Room”), which I finally watched last night, is making me change my mind.
I mentioned in […]

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Did the House team listen?

Thursday, January 18th, 2007 by BetaCandy

I finally got around to watching last week’s House episode, which thankfully wrapped up the show-wrecking Tritter arc, and I couldn’t help but notice: Cameron was practicing medicine again.   While other people were distracted by personal issues.   And she wasn’t in my face the whole time.   She did give House a big […]

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Let Liz Friedman write Cameron

Thursday, December 21st, 2006 by BetaCandy

Liz Friedman of Xena fame has written three episodes of House.   Last week’s was “Merry Little Christmas”, in which Cameron managed somehow to keep her mind on cases, visit House and tend a wound without making googly teenage crush eyes at him, and basically stay out of the story’s way.
Before that was an episode […]

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House: I give up

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006 by BetaCandy

THIS POST CONTAINS A MAJOR SPOILER FOR LAST NIGHT’S EPISODE, INFORMED CONSENT.
I give up. I know I said last week I kinda liked Cameron for one episode, but this week it was back to the same old. However, she did cough up another symtom that aided me in my differential diagnosis for why […]

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House: Cane and Able

Friday, September 15th, 2006 by BetaCandy

Something extraordinary happened in this week’s episode of House, titled “Cane and Able”: I kind liked Cameron (Jennifer Morrison).
Which was strange because her behavior wasn’t that different from the usual: she got a bee in her bonnet about something and proceeded the crusade about it for the episode. The difference was, for once she […]

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But they do it to the guys, too

Friday, September 1st, 2006 by BetaCandy

I’ve been thinking lately about an argument that often gets raised when I mention a woman character behaving like a stereotype: that there are men on the show doing the same things, therefore it’s not a statement against women, it’s just how some people are. It’s a valid consideration, one I always make before […]

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House: The Ultimate Woman is a Man

Friday, July 28th, 2006 by BetaCandy

I watched an episode of House called “Skin Deep” last night, and instead of having to look for potential meta-messages, I found the message right in the dialog: “the ultimate woman is a man.”
House is treating a 15 year old female supermodel who turns out to be chromosomally male. Don’t ask me about the […]

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Carter and Cameron: the multiple personality twins

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006 by BetaCandy

As much as I love House, I have this creepy feeling of déjà vu whenever I see Cameron: she’s very clearly everything many Stargate fans felt Sam Carter became.
She has no leadership skills. She crushes on her boss, sometimes in a sugary teenage way, sometimes as a stalker (a dichotomy I’ve never seen […]

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