Well, that was a charming episode. If you like mock weddings, gadgets and a Law and Order: SVU type of ending. With every episode of House, there is something redeeming, but for this one, I didnt find much. It may not have been the worst of the season -- that still goes to "Massage Therapy" and "Unplanned Parenthood" -- but it certainly wasnt the best, and coming off of last weeks poignant ending and amazing musical moments, this one just didnt do it for me. POTWWeve got a homeless guy as the POTW, and hes a liar thats been abused by his father. Can you hear House now? "Everybody lies," is what he would say if it wasnt wholly unnecessary and obvious this week. Is this episode about redemption? Forgiveness? Moving on? Or the beginning of the point of no return? Its entirely possible that the POTW, whose name well never know was there to prove that there are some mistakes that we make that we cant and shouldnt be forgiven for. Has House already gone past the point of no return with Cuddy? Does her dumping him mean that she can never be forgiven? House played on her guilt during this episode and she let him until Wilson came around and told her to take the reins back. Does the patient feel guilt? And what are we supposed to draw from his fatherly abuse? That he is similar to House? We get it.
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