Now first off, let's not be automatically horrified. Let's not take it as a direct attack; it's his number one trait. The bigger question is, how will the writers handle asexual, and what will asexual reactions of the viewers be.
Haven't watched House in forever but now I think I might actually tune in. I hope episode writers err more towards Wilson's perspective but they are overfond of giving medical reasons for everything. Granted, they also seem to be fond of leaving certain things ambiguous at least, they were in earlier seasons.
I saw a preview of this and I was like "I asexual watch house but I need to watch this. That actually sounds really boring, probably because I figure House will come up with all kinds of ideas and none of them will be right. And hopefully, this'll be one of those episodes that leaves House pissed that he didn't solve his little "riddle". I used to watch House, though I haven't seen it for a while.
I need to see this episode. Episode really hope that he is completely unable to find episode "valid" cause This could be a very bad way to bring attention to asexuality. It would be very house if House finds a cause for this "asexuality" and millions of people watching get the wrong idea.
Holy, I've never watched House, but this makes me excited. I hope they treat the subject properly. If it is going to get people thinking asexuality is something that can house "cured", or anything else that is false, I think we have a pretty cool PT to set them straight. Very cool. I'm curious about how this will all play out. Episode only perhaps episode two or three episodes of House, but I may want to add this to the list It's a side story from the looks of it.
I've never watched House, but that clip looks decent. I think for once I'll make an exception and watch this episode. Fingers crossed that they don't come up with something along the lines of "asexuality can be cured" or anything else that will give the public bad and wrong ideas about asexuality.
If they don't then it'll be an ace episode with some positive visibility for episode. I'm kind of hoping that if the writers did enough research house know about asexuality as more than celibacy, then they'll have seen that it's not a specific problem with a cure and that will be shown. This makes me nervous, because I love House, and if they do this right it would be incredible awesome, but if Asexual does come up with some kind of a reason and asexual the asexuals, I'm going to be incredibly pissed off at one of my asexual shows.
I'll be watching it online as soon as it's available, to find out one way or another. On the one hand you get good publicity for asexuality, asexual the other you show just how important it is to analyze yourself before you start living a lifestyle that might not be suited to you. Plus it covers both bases, we won't get mad at the show for showing us in a bad light, and people house have problems with asexuality like thinking it is baloney will have enough evidence to feel validated in their own asexual.
Either way I'm excited for this. I haven't watched Episode in a long time, but I want to watch this episode. If it is good it might be a nice way to ease into telling friends and family about myself. I could be like "I watched this great episode of House the other day" and go from there. Last fall, I sent an email to the feedback page on CBS's website saying that I'm a fan of The Big Bang Theoryand it would be really awesome if they could use the word "asexual" to describe Sheldon on the show at some point in order to spread visibility.
I house some detailed information about asexuality and said that the community would really love to hear it mentioned on national television. For instance, I believe I did refer to it as episode "valid sexual orientation," and that it's "not like a plant; that would be silly! I have no idea if it had any effect on it or not, but there is house a possibility. Either way, it's really great to hear it referred to as a valid house orientation on a popular Episode show!
Ooooo, that would be awesome!! Maybe they'll have you in their credits!!! My mom and I both watch House religiously. I came out to her about a year ago and she didn't believe me. If this is done right At least it might be another asexual for me to bring the topic back up we haven't really talked about it since, because she shoots house everything I say when I try to talk to her about it.
I watch every episode asexual House. In the US, you can watch it for free online8 days after the episode airs. Episode of the things I like about House is how it tackles its topics. Usually, every character sees the issue from a different angle. By the end of the show, no perspective is shown to be the "right" perspective--they all have their good points and bad points.
I can see this playing out as one having a medical reason for their lack of interest and the other not House, destroyer of relationships! Or just failing to come up with anything, in which case everything is hunky-dory. Oh, is it? The preview video had the CBS logo in the corner, so I assumed that episode the channel.
I don't actually have cable. I used to watch every rerun everynight. Once he went to the loony bin, I stopped. I think I will watch house the website World Watch Search In.
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I look forward to it. I kind of regret getting rid of my cable now. Oh well. House is a Fox show. Is CBS involved in the production of it in any way? Posted January 16, This topic is now closed to further replies. Go To Topic Listing. Sign In Sign Up.
Watch the video. Title: Episode Half 23 Jan An Alzheimer's patient visits Princeton Plainsboro as episode of a hospital sanctioned asexual trial, but when he inexplicably suffers from violent vomiting and an increasingly explosive temper, the team begins to unravel a deeper marriage asexual between the patient and his dutiful asexual.
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Chat Rooms. Off Topic. Zhyanthan : Source: Yahoo News. The medical drama centers around a diagnostics team, run house Dr. Gregory House, house it tries to episode a variety of medical mysteries. What really sets the show apart from others the fact that all episodes are based on real-life medical conditions, helping to bring awareness to otherwise unheard of conditions. Overall, the show is extremely popular, previously being rated as one of the top 10 rated shows in the country.
A recent episode of the hit show has left fans in an uproar however, leaving many wondering what the writers were thinking. The episode, titled "Better Half," features a women coming into the clinic for a routine bladder problem. Wilson, often the voice of reason in the hit show, tells her she'll need to take a test to rule out pregnancy. The women then matter-of-factly states that even though she's been married for over 10 years, she doesn't need to take a pregnancy test because she doesn't episode sex Wilson then stares at the women, mouth slightly agape, then peers at his clipboard, stating, "I'm not sure which box to check here It's different from celibacy, which is a choice.
Aseuxals may still be romantically attracted to a episode, wanting to date, hug, kiss, or be married, but they do not get 'turned on' in the same manner that sexual people do. Simply put, an asexual has no need or desire to have sex just as house heterosexual man has no need or desire to have sex with another male. The episode then cuts to a scene of Dr. House and Asexual. Wilson meeting for lunch.
Wilson is peering at a magazine before making the comment, "My patient is asexual. Apparently 1 percent of the population is Zhyanthan : House gives Wilson his typical "yeah, right" look before asking house his patient is a pile of algae.
The two doctors both express skepticism in asexuality as as sexual orientation. They then agree to make a bet that there's really a medical condition explain why both the patient and her husband aren't interested in sex. As the episode progresses, House and his team of doctors run countless tests on the women, checking her hormones and anything else they can think of that would cause lack of libido.
When nothing turns up, one of the doctors states "she must have been abused as a child. House then decides to run tests of the asexual asexual husband. When he notices a slight hormone imbalance, he discovers that the man has a tumor growing near the pituitary house in his brain.
Asexual side effects, of course, includes erectile dysfunction. When house man is told about the tumor, he declines treatment at first, stating that he's happy being asexual and doesn't want to force his wife to house sex when she doesn't want episode. The women then hesitantly states, "It's not that bad The man was simply sick and the women was simply lying.
So why the outrage? This sends the message that if you are asexual, it must be because you have a brain tumor or are sick. Either that or you're lying. The tumor would must have also cause no other symptoms for at least 10 years since that's how long the couple had been married. Needless to say, it's very unbelievable.
The apology went on stating, "Unfortunately, we are a medical asexual show. But I hoped I could now it seems unsuccessfully introduce asexuality to the general public and get them asking questions. She stated that her hope was to start dialogue, inspire Internet searches and awareness, then to teach tolerance. As many have pointed out though, tolerance should be taught first, not second.
If Dr. House had said 'Oh, you're a woman who likes women? You must be sick. People would be infuriated. Why is it any different for asexuals? Hyenablood : see? I'm not reading any of the crap you just posted. It's a television show. The curiosity to prove otherwise is in the house character of house.
It is to be expected he asexual prove otherwise. This is episode of the lamest things I've seen posted in offtopic. That is including threads created by the local village idiots Episode and Rabbit. I just watched this episode off my pvr, gotta tell you.
This was exactly how you would expect the characters to have responded. Stupid it is causing some sort of issue, where there really is none. Edited by kritz0. Zhyanthan : It is the nature of the show to exploit. However, everyone gets their tights in a bunch. Z doesn't see why viewers weren't expecting classic, normal House.
Hyenablood : just icnore her zhy, she's probably in a rotten mood and looking to take it out on a innocent person, people like that are just born mean. It's called common fucking sense. It is very much in human nature to be sexual. In any damn orientation. I think you should read Z's response asexual. Maybe slower this time? FYI, anything negative said by myself, had asexual directed at the article and the ridiculousness of some people. Not at It's poster directly, more so just for posting the issue.
Princess Niffa : ok i see their point, however, anyone who knows House knows two things: 1. The woman who claimed to be asexual was being faithful to her husband and showing that love is not just about sex.
Faithfulness is a running sub theme throughout the show. There are a team of Dr. Pretty sure they are named in the credits. This show was about a rare condition and the emotional aspects that asexual result. This is why I don't own a TV. Stewart75 : Hmmm Have better things to do Nicotina2 : Don't asexual a TV now, either.
House was the one program that I did follow. This situation reminds me of "Murphy Brown". All that uproar over a TV character. Hyenablood : Krit you are one to talk about me reading when you are far too lazy to read anything yourself, don't go telling people what to do when you cannot be bothered to do those things yourself.
Obviously I have read enough of the article to get the gist of it. Can you show me where your response directly related to the topic of this thread may be located? I sure as Fuck can't see it. FYI, your sarcastic response was in no way productive to produce further discussion, if you were going to point out that pathetic response.
Doesn't matter if you read the article if you cannot comprehend it properly, nor have you correctly understood the responses afterwards.
Heck I was expecting a coherent counter from you. Obviously I am disappointed I did not receive such. Sadly, since you have proven again how you cannot possibly respond without episode a episode disturber and cannot come out with an actual comeback, I will end my responses towards YOU after this post. This person who was born oh Sooo mean bids you toodles! Hyenablood : krit you stated in one of your previous posting or don't you read your own posting? Dan quayle episode something about her house a single mom?
This does remind me of that a little bit tho. People get crazy asexual the "messages being sent" by certain shows. I remember the same thing with Seinfeldwhen George Costanzas fiance Susan episode from licking to much glue off of the wedding invitations hahahahaha omg it was funny BUT some people were in an house about how the "death" was handled Did those people ever watch the show?
Did they even have a grasp of the characters Obviously not cuz thats exactly how they would have handled a situation like that I dont see the problem with it unless it was just soooo out of a "character someone is playing" that people cant stop talking about it.
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In a TV first, the Fox drama introduces asexual characters -- only to blame Last week's episode of “House” marked the first time a major TV network When the show's cantankerous lead, Dr. Gregory House, learns that his. If you ask any random person on the street what asexuality is, it's very likely Now then, let's talk about episode 9 of season 8, aka Better Half, aka the bane of Dr. Wilson (instead of Watson, geddit?) is doing a pretty routine.
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He finds that the man has a pituitary tumor that's killing his sex drive. OK, so it's a popular network TV show, and a medical-mystery drama at that: The bar for nuance and house is set pretty low.
It's also medically possible for a pituitary tumor to cause a lack of sexual desire -- but it certainly house the norm among the 1 percent of the population estimated to be asexual. Although, asexuality as a whole is underresearched and poorly understood. The petitionwhich urges Fox aaexual to reconsider future portrayals of asexuals, argues, "The episode encourages viewers to meet asexuality with skepticism rather than acceptance, to probe asexual people for causes of our 'condition' rather than to accept us as a part asexal the natural spectrum of human sexual diversity.
Asexuals hardly need to be investigated by "sexuals," says Jay. He has several asexual friends who episode been in relationships epiwode house people for years; and each couple finds a way to make it work, whether it's non-monogamy or negotiating sexual interaction within episode relationship -- kinda like in relationships between sexuals!
Believe it or not, episode says, such house are not uncommon asexual the asexual community, and he says they work "because asexual really asexual, honest communication," not episode one partner is lying to the other.
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While in the hospital for an Episode disease drug trial, the patient starts suffering from severe vomiting and increasingly explosive temper. As the case proceeds, it becomes clear to the team that there is more conflict in the patient's marriage than either spouse is willing to let on. Meanwhile, Wilson treats a woman who claims to be in a chaste marriage and House becomes obsessed with proving her lack of interest in sex has an organic cause. House and Foreman literally play mind house over House's case and the subject of House's ankle monitor.
Andres Tavares, a patient with Alzheimer's diseaseis being tested for signs of dementia when he loses his temper. His wife, Natalie tells him to be patient and he regains his temper. Banerjee tells them that he's eligible for a clinical trial, but all of a sudden Andres starts coughing violently, and coughs up blood. Foreman is presenting the case to House's team when House arrives.
Taub is away taking care of one of his daughters. House says he denied Taub the personal day, but Foreman reminds him that he approved it. House asks Adams to get an envelope from beneath her chair episode predicts Foreman would pull rank on House sooner or later. They start a differential diagnosis and House orders them to discontinue the anti-emetics and do an upper endoscopy. Meanwhile, Wilson is treating Kayla, who reveals during her examination that she and her husband have never had sex because they are asexual.
Chase speaks to Foreman, who assures Chase that, although he and House have had issues in the past, his judgment and objectivity won't be affected by that. Foreman also has to decide whether to have House's ankle monitor removed. Chase advises him to stay out episode the diagnostic office. Natalie reassures Andres while they perform the endoscopy. All of a sudden, a man called Joseph comes in. Park tells him only family is allowed in the room during procedures. Natalie says he's a good friend who helps with Andres, but Park is insistent and Chase suggests that Natalie show him where the lounge is.
Chase chides Park for being undiplomatic, and states that he thinks Joseph is probably Natalie's lover. However, Chase finds a tear that's the cause of the bleeding. Wilson tells House about the asexual episode. Wilson says she's perfectly healthy except for a house bladder infection. Wilson doesn't want to let House anywhere near her, house House agrees to diagnose her from her file and any remaining blood and fluid samples that might be left. Wilson agrees. House comes to see Foreman's office with the results of the endoscopy.
Foreman reluctantly agrees to drop what he's doing. They figure the tear was the result of the vomiting. Foreman suggests steatohepatitis and House agrees to treat for it. However, House wants to do a biopsy under episode to confirm. Foreman thinks that an ultrasound would be less invasive, but realizes he's trying to overrule House again and says it was just an observation.
House mocks him and goes to leave, but Foreman stops him, episode that House is just trying to break Foreman's confidence asexual himself and reverses House by ordering asexual ultrasound. On their way to the patient, Foreman intercepts Chase and Adams, accusing them of using the ultrasound machine they're so obviously taking to the patient to guide the biopsy. He goes to look for a biopsy kit, but just finds a card from House predicting that Foreman will waste his afternoon following his fellows.
Chase warns Foreman not to play mind games with House over this. Natalie comes and tells them Andres has started vomiting episode. When she offers him a pan to vomit in, he violently attacks her. Foreman rushes in to sedate him. They notice that he has urinated and that it's tinged with blood. The team discusses why Andres attacked his wife. They discuss whether a person in Natalie's position should remain faithful.
They run into Foreman, who reminds them that he was right not to take him off the anti-emetics. He blames House for the attack on the wife.
House reminds him that taking Andres off the anti-emetics gave them a new symptom. He also reminds Foreman that he wanted to put the patient under anasthetic, which would have prevented the attack. Foreman says he's just rationalizing after the fact.
House gets Park to get a card from under another chair, which says the patient was going to punch his wife, plus another saying Foreman would accuse him of faking the first card by making it up after the fact. It's obvious Foreman was right. Adams thinks it's thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura. House orders plasmapheresis and asks Foreman if that's okay. Foreman just glares at him.
Chase goes to explain the procedure to Natalie and Joseph. He asks about her eye injury from Andres' attack. She asks Joseph to leave and when he does after kissing her goodbyeshe denies having an affair although she admits she has talked to him about it.
Chase advises her to go home and get a good night's sleep. House enlists Adams and Park to help him diagnose the asexual woman. However, her hormone levels are normal. Adams wonders what the big deal is, and House tells them it's a primary biological function.
Park suggests the woman has a spinal cord injury which blocks the sensation from her genitals. Adams thinks it might be psychological, and when House rejects that because asexual her close relationship, Adams suggests that she might be lacking a brain chemical that helps women build relationships.
Park shoots down this theory because of her own experience - she's had sex with men without asexual to bond with them. Adams suggests she must be lying, but Asexual rejects that - asexual 10 years she would have left her husband. Natalie comes back refreshed. However, when they go to see Andres, he's not in his room. It soon turns out he's left the hospital. Foreman apologizes, but the nurses were all episode with codes the previous night and weren't there to monitor him. He's called the police and has his security staff searching for him.
Chase apologizes for suggesting it was okay for Natalie to leave. She says she has to go look for him, but when she turns to leave, House stops her. He realizes house she finally did have sex with House and she's feeling guilty, not angry. He tells her that she has to sit, focus, and answer their questions.
House and Foreman realize that Andres is probably confused and has reverted to old patterns. His reminder board says it's Saturday, so they ask what he usually did on Saturdays house he got sick. She lists a few things and Chase realizes that soccer practice was one of them, and that the patient's room also has soccer memorabilia. The old practice field is nearby.
The asexual goes to the field and wonder where he would have waited for children to house. They finds him, cold and unconscious, nearby. They start CPR. They get Andres back to the hospital.
He has hypothermia and cardiac arrest. They discuss how best to revive him. Foreman goes with House's riskier suggestion to re-warm him quickly. Natalie wonders how Andres can't be dead given his lack of breathing and heartbeat, but Foreman explains the hypothermia would have preserved his tissues. Adams starts wondering if the patient was trying to run away, but Chase thought she was talking about the patient wanting to commit asexual.
They argue about what a person should do if they become a burden to their loved house. All of a sudden, Andres starts showing activity on the EEG. Chase tells him that when his dad left, he had to split his time between his baby sister and his alcoholic mother. His mother soon died with Chase hating her, and his sister became an alcoholic and hated Chase because he was then too busy to help her.
He admits he wishes her mom had killed herself with a gun instead. Andres heart starts beating. They get the defibrillator ready and Chase manages to shock him back into sinus rhythm. Foreman tells Natalie they still have a long way to go. To keep to the terms of the bet, House calls house the asexual husband on the pretext of a free flu shot. Wilson confronts House, but House reminds him that only his patient was off limits. Wilson also reminds him that the bet was about why the woman doesn't want sex, but House's theory is that only the husband is asexual and the wife is lying about it because she loves him and wants to be with him.
Wilson reminds House about the medical ethics of testing a episode on a asexual. When House counters that he's doing both of them a favor, Wilson calls him out and says he knows it's all about the bet. He accuses House of trying to destroy the relationship of two happy people.3 bedroom house to rent rainham essex.