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  • It definitely raises the question about what House might have done in the end

    • by Steve
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      Tonight was the first time I saw the House episode “Informed Consent” and, while I have no idea in which season this one took place in, it reminded me of how great this show used to be before they started tampering with the cast and throwing in little side stories that

      took away from the cases. This time around, the case involved a 70 something cancer research scientist who is dying from a mysterious ailment.

      And, when House and his team fail to find the cause right away, he tells them he wants them to help him die; which of course is ...


      • against hospital policy and illegal.

        This, of course, starts a debate about the ethics of assisted suicide and ends up in Cameron, who is always whining about something, basically walking away from the case because she doesn’t want to take a side and feels House is manipulating the patient.

        The ending

        is a bit controversial too.

        House solves the case but can’t save the patient; who conveniently dies peacefully rather than suffering through a long painful death.

        It definitely raises the question about what House might have done in the end.

        Maybe the writers should re-watch this episode so they can remember what made the series great.




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