Antenna (antennapedia) wrote,

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Really, though, someone should sue the pants off him

House premiere: I've never been a fan of Gibson's more metal guitars, but the Flying V is a classic. And the Fender amp is a classic as well, though either House or the sound guy went overboard on the reverb. Mmm, 70s tube tech ftw! (To be honest, I think what we're hearing and what we're seeing aren't related at all. That sound probably came from a chip.) Hugh Laurie has the self-taught thumb-wrapped around grip many people have. But he in fact played the Eddie two-handed tapping thing.

No resolution to the ducklings problem. Note that House correctly solved the week's medical problem, both in understanding the real symptoms of the patient and in figuring out what the core problem was.

House S4 ep 2: HA! 2001 "voyage to thee infinite and beyond" redux! Can I tell you how happy I am that House is playing games with prime factorizations of his little tribe? So happy. So, so happy. His treatment of them is unrealistic (in that he'd be sued into the ground five seconds after he started), yet amusing. Things like that are why I watch the show, in fact.

OMG. Did Wilson really break his guitar, as in damaging the wood by ripping out the trem? Holy crap. That's serious. Value of the instrument is way damaged, and playability is too. Good for you, Wilson, hitting House where it hurts.

So, the resolution is reconfiguration, with an option to lapse back into the original configuration again if audience response is sucky. Meanwhile, they've expanded the cast a bunch, again with the option of dumping characters the audience doesn't like. Let's see how long it takes. I'm hoping his assistant sticks around for a while.
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