18 May 2010

Tyler @ Pulp Tone - HOUSE: Structural Weaknesses

by Tyler Weaver.  Follow me on Twitter.

Out of all the episodes of HOUSE I’ve reviewed (all of season six), this is, without a doubt, the hardest one to review. I’m reviewing two distinct episodes that were mashed into one with less than stellar results.
The first is the “different from the HOUSE formula” episode, which is the obvious – a crane has crashed down in Trenton (Editor’s Note: Which isn’t all that close to Princeton…at all. -Anthony) and trapped people inside.  This is an obvious different tack that before – we don’t get the familiar Massive Attack title sequence, instead getting a supremely effective “HOUSE M.D.” Title card, and that’s it.  House arrives at the crash site, acts like an ass for a bit, then goes underground after hearing a woman trapped under the rubble.  Then begins the “amputation argument,” which rages on for awhile. Cuddy and House have it out, and House eventually has to tell Hannah that her leg has to come off, because she doesn’t want to end up like him – alone, angry, and in constant pain. He then cuts her leg off.

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Tyler Weaver is a filmmaker, writer, contributor to the pulptone.com website, and is the founder and EIC of Multi-Hyphenate... which you're reading right now.  He's currently making new things and yaks about that and more on Twitter under the creative guise of @tylerweaver.


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