I think I'm falling in love with Dr. House
April 29, 2007 9:11am CST
He's sarcastic, self-centered, egotistic, chauvinist, and every other possible negative adjective I can think of, that reminds me of a bitter single middle aged man. I couldn't understand why Cameron liked him in the first place. Maybe she falls for miserable men, like her dead husband, thinking she can save them from misery. And then, I found myself wondering what Stacy saw in this sorry excuse for a man, other than he's a whiz at what he does. There's nothing likeable about him, except that he's almost always right about everything which can be irritating. Misery must have it's charms, because I think I'm falling in love with Hugh Laurie's character.
13 Aug 07
hugh laurie does an amazing job and house character is just genius!!absolutely love the dialogs on the show and how smart his character really is!! of course he lacks on gentleness and manners but theres something about him that i cant help but really love! amazing
• United States
5 May 07
Hugh Laurie plays this character fabulously. Even though we know what to expect from House, each week he manages to make us laugh, gasp, and then laugh again. Though I'm certain the medical purist can poke holes all into the specifics of the show, it is nonetheless intelligent and enjoyable. I also like how the show manages to promote some ideals while not being preachy or purely self-serving. Why would you be attracted to him? Well, there is a school of thought that says some women are attracted to men that are rough and miserable. The idea being that they can help them and find a diamond in the rough. House's redemption usually comes in the form of Dr. Wilson. What a stabilizing presence on the show. All of the characters are great, and none of it works with House, but Wilson definitely is a integral cog in the works. Why not be attracted to him instead?