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A man's left brain and right brain operate independently, which means he lives with two different personalities and has no control over his actions. This makes diagnosing him doubly challenging, as the two sides of his brain struggle for dominance and it becomes increasingly difficult for House and his team to figure out the problem. As a result, the team comes up with some "alternative methods" to get him to cooperate.
In the meantime, Cuddy also must find an unusual approach to convince House to complete his clinic hours.
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1.You learn medical words and あなた seem smart.
2.You learn from House how to do funny faces.
3.The characters have a really good sense of humour.
4.In the 表示する plays Jennifer Morrison(this is a major reason)
5.In the 表示する plays Hugh Laurie.
6.You fall in 愛 with Chase.
7.You learn new illneses.
8.You spend your time seeing something good.
9.It's not like Grey's Anatomy.
10.(MOST MAJOR REASON)I would be stupid if after all these あなた wouldn't see it so I see it.

These are the reasons I see House M.D. and I think are the most major.
To House M.D. fans,
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“If あなた want to change your life, do something, don’t believe your rationalizations, lock yourself up, and pretend you’re happy.”

A very profound statement laced with irony. I had started 書く this 記事 as a review on this week’s House episode, “The Itch” but upon 書く it I stumbled upon something I much preferred to write about. Now I realize this whole thought pattern I have here might be me 読書 far too much into a TV show, または maybe my very in-depth study of Dubliners (James Joyce) in English class right now, that deals with the theme of paralysis, might be to blame...
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