I think it’s the responsibility of films and television to accurately represent people, and the diverse group of people out there. And I think as more people see different types of lifestyles represented on TV, they’ll understand that this is just a realistic part of our world and our community. So, I was very proud to represent bisexual characters. -Olivia Wilde [x]
[31 Television Shows in the month of August]
House is one of the few shows I watched on and off again, before committing to it fully. While I did watch every season in order once, House isn’t really the kind of show I would be interested in doing that again. There are some serialized story arcs, but in general the show is mostly episodic. I love watching reruns on television, whenever they’re on and I have nothing better to do.
The medicine was obviously an interesting factor. I loved that it was unlike other medical shows and each week was a new, strange disease rather than the same old routine illnesses and surgeries. It was fascinating to learn how many different things could kill me, that I had not ever knew existed before.
.. not a show for hypochondriacs.
Outside of the medical storlines, I loved the character. Each time I was attached to a team, I didn’t want it to change, but for the most part, I have enjoyed everyone who was ever a part of House’s team. Although, my two favorites are Chase and Thirteen.
Mostly, I loved House, and his relationship with Wilson. Hugh Laurie and Robert Sean Leonard do such an amazing job at creating this dynamic bromance.
(Side note: I will never get over the fact that House is the father from Stuart Little. I just can’t.)