Spoilers for last night's "House" coming up just as soon as I get myself into the Guiness Book of World Records...
Gotta be brief, as my schedule's hectic today. I continue to enjoy Lucas the private eye far more than expected, as he's coming across like a softer, more self-aware but still very smart version of House. ("People hate people who have theories about people.") The scene at the coffee shop put a smile on my face almost as big as the one on Cuddy's. (Because her usual role on the show is to be annoyed with House, this was the longest bit of sustained happiness Lisa Edelstein has been allowed to play.)
I could do without the patients' lives being such direct parallels to members of the team, even if it gave Taub a needed spotlight. (And recast his wife; I don't know who played her previously, but it wasn't Jennifer Crystal.) And three episodes in, I still see no evidence that the producers have any idea what to do with Cameron or Chase.
All that said, what stands out most for me was the CGI montage of the beezor, which may be the grossest thing I've ever seen on "House." They've shown a lot of gore over the years, and this is the first time I can remember having to avert my eyes for it. Ugh.
What did everybody else think?