Romance on House
December 20, 2008 6:26pm CST
Do you enjoy the romance aspect that this last season in particular has focused on? House and Cuddy, Thirteen and Foreman, and even Cameron and Chase... For me, this sort of thing ruins a good show. Too much soap opera-esque relationship junk makes for thin plot lines and boring episodes. I hate the idea of House and Cuddy together. He needs to be alone to make the show work. It would be a devastating blow to the show, and inevitably be the beginning of the end. I saw the thirteen/foreman thing coming from a mile away, and I still cringed when they kissed at the end of the last show. It's unnecessary. The show is great without it. Why mess with a good thing? Opinions?
2 people like this
22 Dec 08
Cuddy and House does not make me think House is a better show. I would imagine that they are losing their imagination and are desperate. They should just continue doing House and leave out the romance conflict thing. Cheers!!
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
14 Jan 09
Personally, I don't think that the romances should be as much of a focus as it is. Mainly because House isn't a show about romances. I know that to people who the show, this statement is a huge 'duh', and somewhat obvious. However, I do think that having a few romances adds a little something to the show, to some extent. I think it adds a bit of a side plot, if you understand what I mean.