R.J. Anderson (rj_anderson) wrote,
R.J. Anderson

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Bad, bad things (and some good ones)

Okay, so I have learned my lesson about using fresh pineapple rings on my cooked ham, because if you leave the rings on overnight to let the juices soak in and then warm the whole thing up again, the ham tastes like it's been partially pre-digested.


In other news, I cannot get this week's House out of my head. I mean, I could have DEFINITELY done without certain parts of it (those of you who've seen the episode will probably have no difficulty guessing what those parts are, and most of them, alas, belong to Lisa Edelstein), and there were the inevitable bits of plot that were far-fetched to the point of absurdity. But Hugh Laurie was brilliant as always, there were some Good Chase Bits, and the foreshadowing was a thing of beauty. It was so cool how the Mystery Woman looked like a young Stacy, which was also a clever way of putting viewers off the scent even though the clues to her real identity were there right from the beginning.

But what's really driving me crazy is the horrible anticipation of how bad, how very very bad, things are going to be next week when Wilson finds out why Amber and House were together on the same bus. Because that was very heavily foreshadowed in this episode, too -- right down to the nature of Amber's injury which was like a gigantic Freudian anvil dropped on the viewer's head.

And when Wilson puts the pieces together RSL is going to make the Eyebrows of Anguish and then I will cry, I just know it.

On the other hand, my edits on Knife are going well, the pain in my arms is much better today, and I found some great pictures and made a new Paul icon out of one of them. (And no, I didn't use the mouse. This is what my pen and tablet are for, even though the pen is going wonky and doesn't always behave as it should, thanks to my toddler DROOLING IN IT.)
Tags: house, icons, knife, reviews, tv
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