They finally touched on House's leg, albeit only a little. It is hard to believe that with no pills, his leg is no longer hurting. He came back to work because it took his mind off the pain because he was going to use Vicodin, except he isn't working all the time.
And Foreman shows again that he is an arrogant jerk. He went from nothing to being a doctor and doesn't mind showing that off to other people. That is how he killed the patient back in season 3. I didn't mind him the first 2 seasons but ever since his two weeks notice at the end of season 3 lasted about a month, I have been liking him less and less. I don't understand why out of the old team, he is the one who gets all the storylines.
And how did House get Foreman's brother on the payroll without Cuddy caring? Why does he need an assistant? She wouldn't pay for Lucas when House was using him as a PI and he at least had a need for one.
I thought Nora was no longer talking to House and Wilson.
I hate how the team tried to treat the football player according to his schedule. First Foreman wanted to take out his spleen before confirming the diagnosis just so he could play in his football game. Then they were going to allow him to play. In the past, House at least talked to the patient to try and get them to see that they are being stupid.
House's reasoning behind the whole pranking thing was faulty. He figured out that Wilson didn't make the grab rail loose. So his reasoning to Wilson was that since Wilson didn't prank him, he didn't prank Wilson in the first place. I'm not sure why Wilson went along with him.
So I see Lucas has been hanging around Cuddy too long and her insanity pranks have rubbed off on him. When she was pranking House, it wasn't innocent pranks. She made him trip, made him use the stairs, and stole his cane, all of which obviously hurt his leg even more. Now Lucas makes House fall in the tub, ruins everything in the loft, and trips him. Two hurt his leg and the other probably cost House and Wilson their TV along with anything else electrical and maybe furniture as well. And they haven't shown if House moved his piano to the loft or if it is still in his apartment but that would have been damaged as well if it is in the loft.
Why is Chase still doing surgeries? He works for House now, not in surgery. I'm pretty sure there is a whole department of surgeries.
I'm curious as to what the point behind the clinic patient storyline was. I thought for sure he was going to get his epiphany from him since the storyline served no other purpose. The only thing I can think of is the guy amputating his foot is going to make House think about amputating his leg, especially since they made sure to show twice that his leg was hurting.
Haha. "I saw you limping out there. Vietnam?" Haha. "Your boss is secretly a very nice man."