“Sometimes, when a person has suffered extreme physical 或者 psychological trauma (including massive stress), they will assume the fetal position 或者 a similar position in which the back is curved forward, the legs are brought up as tightly against the abdomen as possible, the head is bowed as close to the abdomen as possible, and the arms are wrapped around the head to prevent further trauma.” (Wikipedia)
Fetal Position has been my favourite episode of House MD for a very long time now. I have an incredible bias towards the episode because it is one of the few episodes where Cuddy’s character...
I'm gonna just jump right in here with my thoughts. I have many.
Amber, The Psyche
Hallucination Amber is a little creepier than the live version of Amber that we knew in season 4. But she is merely a representation of House's subconscious, that has been manifested due to his feelings of guilt. To me, it is obvious why this has happened:
1) House is the master of guilt suppression. He regularly does things that the average person would feel incredibly guilty about. But House shoves that away deep inside his brain. That isn't to say that he doesn't feel guilty; it just...
The reason why House is not hated isn’t because House is ‘House’ but because he takes an interest in the people around him.
We can argue that House is egotistical and only thinks about himself. What some of us don’t understand is that House’s need to know everything and understand everything also helps him when building relationships and sustaining them.
House is obsessed with ‘The puzzle’, which is a generic term for everything within his life and outside his life; his friends, relationships, work. This obsession allows him to feed the need of the people who surround him, whether...
"House M.D.: Three Stories (#1.21)" (2005) Dr. Gregory House: I choose to believe that the white light people sometimes see, visions this patient saw, they're all just chemical reactions that take place when the brain shuts down Dr. Eric Foreman: 你 choose to believe that? Dr. Gregory House: There's no conclusive science. My choice has no practical relevance to my life, I choose the outcome I find 更多 comforting Dr. Cameron: 你 find it 更多 comforting to believe that this is it? Dr. Gregory House: I find it 更多 comforting to believe that all this isn't simply a test.
A/N: Not for the squeamish!! This chapter details House's injuries, in a clinical sort of way, but it's still quite shocking and disturbing...consider yourselves warned! :P
Wilson hurried into the room, closing the door carefully behind him before moving swiftly around the gurney to face his friend. Though House was moaning and writhing on the narrow bed, as if desperately struggling to escape some unseen foe, his eyes were closed, and he might have appeared to be asleep and battling a nightmare, had Wilson not known better.