Brief spoilers for last night's "House" coming up just as soon as I get my vision back...
Some TV shows make a big deal out of a milestone episode like the 100th. They bring in big guest stars, or feature life-shattering events, or feature a look back at the significant events of the previous 99.
Other shows, though, take the route "House" did last night, and just try to put out another episode that's very much in keeping with the previous 99. That makes more sense to me: if people have been tuning in for one thing all this time, why would you try to celebrate that by giving them something else?
That said, "The Greater Good" wasn't particularly strong, milestone or no. Outside of a few individual moments, like Kutner standing up to House and Wilson contemplating Amber's mug at the end, I can barely remember any of it, little more than 12 hours after I first watched it.
And because of that, time for the inevitable: what did everybody else think?