House M.D. 6.18 Open and Shut (2010, Black Comedy Medical Drama) – 6/10 TV review

Cast / crew
Hugh Laurie: Dr. Gregory House
Lisa Edelstein: Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Omar Epps: Dr. Eric Foreman
Robert Sean Leonard: Dr. James Wilson
Jesse Spencer: Dr. Robert Chase
Creator: David Shore
Peter Jacobson: Dr. Chris Taub
Olivia Wilde: Thirteen
Cynthia Watros: Sam Carr
Sarah Wayne Callies: Julia
Rob Evors: Tom
Jennifer Crystal Foley: Rachel Taub
Charlie Weber: Damien
Producer: Marcy G. Kaplan
Producer: Sara Hess
Supervising Producer: Liz Friedman
Co-Executive Producer: Greg Yaitanes
Executive Producer: Hugh Laurie
Executive Producer: David Shore
Writer: Sara Hess
Writer: Liz Friedman
Director: Greg Yaitanes

House M.D. 6.18 Open and Shut (2010)

House, in the exact opposite of what he said last week, is trying to push Wilson and Sam to make-or-break their relationship. Patient-of-the-week has a functioning open marriage which intrigues House and miffs / gives ideas to a temptation-baiting Taub who is currently sniffing around another affair.

6/10

Some vaguely interesting stuff about relationships this week as the patient has an open marriage, Taub wants an open marriage and Wilson’s relationship with his ex-wife is about to hit it’s first pothole. The drama is thought-provoking if you want it to be and is much better than the worthless medical element which is as unconvincing as it always is now. The medical dramas need to be scaled back; they are always so ridiculously life-threatening as to remove any sense of drama and the circuitous diagnoses are poorly explained to the audience. House and his team may as well be ‘rhubarb’-ing around the conference table.

This House M.D. episode contains strong adult dialogue and unpleasant and gory scenes and sexuality.

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