A good episode of House but not near as good as the last episode. Since when did this show become solely focused on relationships? That's what I'd like to know. It's nice to have at least one plot line throughout the episode having to do with relationships but this just felt like too much. I felt like the patient's story line was pushed aside to make time for the relationship problems. For me, the best thing about this episode was Chase. Him asking Foreman to be his wing man was just hilarious, and all of his dialogue was amusing and entertaining. House & Cuddy's plot was the only relationship plot that I actually cared for, everything else fell short.
Sure, I felt sympathy for Wilson in the end, but we all knew this relationship was doomed from the start and bound to end sometime. Getting back with your ex-wife? You never thought you'd have the same underlying problem? The patient's story line was a bit lacking, but Masters & House interactions continue to be intriguing.
Overall a good episode, with some minor flaws, but it still managed to be an entertaining episode of House.