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sk8pics
10-06-2009, 10:39 PM
I meant to write before that I thought it was interesting that Chase has gone from a seminary student to a doctor who fights to protect his patients to a murderer. :( Some might believe it was for a good cause, but he still murdered the patient. Kind of an unexpected trajectory for his character.

DubbalinGirl
10-06-2009, 11:02 PM
Wondering if the person got Cameron and Chase mixed up, given this episode

I'm wondering if the President's men will make the same mistake and "auf" the wrong person for the crime...

GarrAarghHrumph
10-07-2009, 01:37 AM
I'm wondering if the President's men will make the same mistake and "auf" the wrong person for the crime...

They don't plan to kill Cameron off, according to rumours.

GarrAarghHrumph
10-07-2009, 01:38 AM
I meant to write before that I thought it was interesting that Chase has gone from a seminary student to a doctor who fights to protect his patients to a murderer. :( Some might believe it was for a good cause, but he still murdered the patient. Kind of an unexpected trajectory for his character.

As he said, he doesn't expect to come out of this unscathed.

Is he still devout, or did he fall away from the church? Do we know?

DubbalinGirl
10-07-2009, 02:15 AM
They don't plan to kill Cameron off, according to rumours.

Ah crap....I really don't want it to be a crisis of morals that brings it about....I'd prefer the other!

Wyliefan
10-07-2009, 08:31 PM
As he said, he doesn't expect to come out of this unscathed.

Is he still devout, or did he fall away from the church? Do we know?

I think he still believes in God but doesn't really practice his faith.

GarrAarghHrumph
10-07-2009, 10:31 PM
I think he still believes in God but doesn't really practice his faith.

I was thinking that he may really need to speak to a priest on this one. If he follows his faith, he knows what lack of confession will do - and that's part of what I think he meant when he said that he wouldn't come away from this unscathed.

I wonder if that's how Cameron leaves. She doesn't leave him - he pushes her away, because he can't/won't find forgiveness.

I can't believe I'm that into this story line. :lol:

sk8pics
10-08-2009, 12:01 AM
I was thinking that he may really need to speak to a priest on this one. If he follows his faith, he knows what lack of confession will do - and that's part of what I think he meant when he said that he wouldn't come away from this unscathed.

I wonder if that's how Cameron leaves. She doesn't leave him - he pushes her away, because he can't/won't find forgiveness.

I can't believe I'm that into this story line. :lol:
Interesting thoughts. I really will have to watch this episode again this weekend. Along this line, from Fr. Ron Rolheiser's on line column this week, "What we do in secret ultimately shapes the person whom we present in public. Dishonesty changes the very way we look because it changes who we are. That's the reason why so often those around us will intuit the truth about us, smell the lie, even when they don't have any hard evidence on which to suspect us. "

judiz
10-08-2009, 12:23 AM
The writers are definitely setting the wheels in place for that scenerio.

jeffisjeff
10-09-2009, 04:56 AM
I saw an commercial tonight for a new series (on TNT, I think - the commercial was on TBS) called Men of a Certain Age, starring (among others) Andre Braugher. My first thought was that that likely means no more Andre Braugher on House. :wuzrobbed

Kasey
10-09-2009, 09:44 AM
As long as Braugher is on my television, all is good!

jayta
10-09-2009, 12:31 PM
You guys, it will be a conflict of choices for Cameron/Chase that leads to Cameron leaving. As far as I know, Cameron has a choice between choosing the House way and not, and she doesn't. Whereas Chase chooses to follow House to a certain degree - maybe returning to work for him? Which I highly doubt, but you never know.

I'm sure there is also the rift that might come about when she finds out what Chase did to the guy after she couldn't do it at all.

Ximena
10-09-2009, 05:40 PM
The House/Wilson stuff is priceless as always. I want a show with just them snarking at each other.

I would watch it all the time! To put them as roomates was the only way to use RSL so far this season, since House is still not practicing medicine, he is hardly at the clinic so he does not need to consult much with Wilson. Those two together are really the best thing of the show.

I think Chase (forgot the name of the actor) was fantastic in the last episode, I'm glad they are working with his character again and it would seem that he and Foreman will have scenes together. I don't like Foreman with his storyline with 13, but I like Foreman a lot when it's him, Chase and Cameron.

sk8pics
10-13-2009, 10:42 PM
Well? Did anyone watch last night? I enjoyed it. Liked House's puzzling, musing looks at Chase and Foreman. Not too much for me to say yet, though... I still need to rewatch last week's episode and then this one again.

judiz
10-14-2009, 01:54 AM
I think last night's episode was much better then last week's. I especially liked the ending when the father was so happy to have his son healthy, even if it meant losing all his money. It was nice to see a dad putting his son first. As for the House cast, as always I like the scenes with Wilson.