Title: If the Big Bang hits reverse
Benj - August 4, 2006 12:32 AM (GMT)
Or something a tad less dramatic like a disease strikes earth and eats every television tape in existence and there is only enough antidote to save one thirty (ish) second clip from House - which would it be?
I ask because DNR was on here tonight and I'd have to take the final scene with the trumpet and 'I'm in pain'. It would cut me to leave 'House this is God' but I think it wins.
rtlemurs - August 4, 2006 04:08 AM (GMT)
Well Benj, if that happened I'd just have to kill myself :( ! There's just no way to survive the rest of my exsistance with only one small clip of House to sustain me! ;) :P
There are so many dramatic scenes I could choose (and you've picked one of my favorite's Benj) but I'd like to have a House smile for my keepsake. So rare and so genuine when we do get one.
I would take the cane breaking scene from "Safe". Great smile and Wilson finally getting House at his own game.
The "House, this is God" is definitely a close runner up and after more thought might be the one I'd choose because of the undertone of that scene.
Oh God but how could I leave the pacing scene from the beginning of "Who's Your Daddy"? Or the Hug from Andie at the "End of Autopsy"? Or that wonderful little boy uncomfortable look from the date scene in "Love Hurts"?
GAH!!! It's madness!! Madness I tell you!!! :lol:
Catlady - August 4, 2006 05:35 AM (GMT)
Isn't that a gib gnab? I mean picture a bath tub full of sugar right and you film it and then run the film in reverse and. . . Oh, sorry I couldn't help myself there. Douglas Adams fans will know what I mean (I hope it's been while since I last read that book).
Anyway, I've got to second the pacing scene in "Who's Your Daddy?" Maybe, as much as Stacey bothered me at times, especially in that episode, the roof top scene with her and House.
x[pirAte] *!PruE] - August 4, 2006 06:53 AM (GMT)
:the clinic speech thingg in 'Occams Razor' ~ is it Occams Razor? 'I am one of three doctors <blah blah blah, can't remember>ing you today, and the only one currently held here against his will. Well, it's true, isn't it?'
.watched that and thought,, "i love this show!'
CaitDC - August 4, 2006 08:50 PM (GMT)
Definately the Occam's Razor Rant. It totally sums House completely up.
x[pirAte] *!PruE] - August 5, 2006 03:58 PM (GMT)
Hah it has a fan club now! ;]
cakemixo - August 19, 2006 04:25 AM (GMT)
Man, only a 30 second clip to work with? To live on? I've mulled on this and whittled it down to three.
(1) The anal fissure lines in "All In" (I still crack up at that one)
(2) His breaking into the coffee shop in "All In".
(3) His childhood mummy hunt story (in the women's bathroom) and the subsequent diagnosis of gold poisoning in "Clueless"
If I had to pick from these three I'm in trouble.