One afternoon in April, I pressed pause on an episode of to head over to my alma mater. They had been having a memorial service for one of my favorite English professors who died of most cancers final year. When I received home, I resumed the episode and saved watching right where I left off. All the West Wing-esque strolling and speaking makes you’re feeling like the plot (and your life) is transferring ahead.
Cuddy overrules House’s decision, forcing him to simply accept a woman, realizing only a minute later that this had been House’s plan from the beginning. In the episode “Don’t Ever Change”, Thirteen’s contempt at the concept of being categorized or oversimplified leads to both House and Foreman to assume that she is bisexual, although she is shocked and doesn’t reply to both of their comments. Her sexuality, often the butt of House’s …