As quirky and outrageous as the main character of the popular television show, this collection of essays investigates the underlying issues on Fox's series House. Growing in popularity thanks to its eccentric combination of CSI science, the medicine of ER, and an acerbic, pain-pill addict with a cane, House draws more than 12 million loyal viewers every week. This anthology explores issues including what makes House tick; why he really hired Foreman, Cameron, and Chase--and why is it so easy to believe he's actually subjecting them to some sort of bizarre psychological testing--what House would be like as a heating and plumbing repairman; and why Wilson just won't stop talking to him.
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October 31, 2007
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