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Cats' Corners: the little HOUSE in the woods....
Where House is NEVER safe...
The More Things Change... Chapter TWENTY-SEVEN 
4th-Jun-2007 11:31 am
HouseWilsonPortrait
Summary:  Wilson is given an unexpected opportunity to prove his friendship to House.  This story is my own attempt to make sense of the unsettling disruption of the House-Wilson dynamic in Season 3, so mention is made of many of the S3 plotlines and character development.  House-Wilson-Cuddy angst, hurt/comfort, introspection--my usual gig.  ;)  x-posted
Rating:  PG

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Thoughts 
5th-Jun-2007 02:00 pm (UTC)
The bitch!

.... I think I always overreact XDD But I can't help myself. *chuckles*

Love how Wilson answered her, throwing knives *chuckles* She was so mean with him at Tritter's Arc... though I supported her then ^^Uuu I though Wilson really wanted to help House, but forcing him to detox in pain and home alone wasn't the way. =(

Love too the whole ... "voice of reason" thing. That's so very true. House sees the world in blacks and whites, and Wilson borrows him the shades of grey. Cute. ^^

"he’d have a very difficult time expressing that pride if he were dead" --> Love. (he were? isn't it he was? Oo my bad english make me doubt...)

And, the end of the chapter. LOVE how Wilson is thinking about doing the right thing while he is doing all that... pitiful things. Poor House. *whimpers*
5th-Jun-2007 02:27 pm (UTC)
"he’d have a very difficult time expressing that pride if he were dead" --> Love. (he were? isn't it he was? Oo my bad english make me doubt...)

sometimes cameron needs even the obvious pointed out to her! as to the were/was, here's a wee grammar lesson (i was a high school english teacher prior to returning to school to become a nurse):

in the singular, you're correct: he was. plural, of course is they were. HOWEVER, when the subjunctive qualifier if precedes the singular, the correct phrase becomes if he were. in other words, when the situation being described is hypothetical, as in this case, were is the proper verb. but if the situation is possible, was would be the correct choice: if i was planning on writing a sequel..... ah, English; such a simple, straightforward language--NOT. ;)
5th-Jun-2007 02:31 pm (UTC)
Anonymous
OMG.

Subjun...tive qualifier. Well. I'm not even sure that even exist in my language X_DDDDDDDDDDD

*hugs* Thanks my dear :* (you where english teacher too Oo Impressive.)

BTW. Cameron is thick, very thick. And yet she's wondering why House doesn't like her around *chuckles*
5th-Jun-2007 10:45 pm (UTC)
Wonderful! I was waiting for Cameron to make a real appearance. I think the conflict between her and Wilson is very interesting. :)
6th-Jun-2007 02:02 am (UTC)
I think the conflict between her and Wilson is very interesting. :)

i'm so confused by cameron that it's difficult to know how to portray her. i'm trying very hard not to let my dislike for her manipulative personality color the way i write her--but there are so many different aspects to her, and most of them are negative, that i suppose my own confusion as to who she actually is invariably shows in my portrayal of her. having her so blatantly challenge wilson was fun to write, though--i must admit that!
6th-Jun-2007 09:25 am (UTC)
Cameron + bonfire= very very very happy little me!!!!!

Great chapter! Just perfect! Got a feeling House won't stay so quiet and patient for long lol!

Cameron is just someone who you want to strangle (and will be forgiven for doing so!). She doesn't love House. She likes what she thinks House is, but not the real deal. Wilson loves House is the deepest way you love a friend. You'd do everything for them, protect them, shield them, give up things for them. I have a friend whom I love like a sister. Have always looked after her, protected her, provided her with shelter, love etc. That's just a natural thing to do I recon and Wilson is the same. He's giving up everything for House, even when House is not fully aware of it.

Its the small things he does. The tears, the leg exercises, the moistening of lips... small things that show just how deeply he cares. Foreman or Chase would never do that and as much as I love Cuddy, don't think she would put the same love into it. And Cameron??? Excuse me while I go and throw up =D

Anyhow, I'll stop with the essays!! Hope the next chapter is only a few hours away... please?? pretty pretty please??? =D
6th-Jun-2007 05:32 pm (UTC)
Well, that's the Cameron we all know and hate. Very in-character season 3 Cameron, too - bravo. Poor Wilson. She just can't get that bug out of her ass about him.
6th-Jun-2007 06:17 pm (UTC)
Somewhere above there was an anonymous comment that said they're wondering how much longer you'll be torturing Wilson and House (or something to that effect.) I say, MUCH longer. Angst a good story make.

And, to be honest, I would like -no no- L.O.V.E. to see Wilson come out being right at the end and just rub Cameron's face in it. Fuck the bigger man! Let dear Jimmy have his payback! Muwahahahaha!

-ANimal
8th-Jun-2007 02:20 am (UTC)
I see everybody going all 'Yay! Go Wilson! You tell that evil Cameron!' and everything, and I worry. Have you read asynca's Eggshells? She makes a very good point in that Wilson often thinks he's doing what's best for House, when really he isn't (the 'bet', refusing House Vicodin when his pain comes back, getting Cuddy to lie to House about his patient's recovery, etc.). I think I know what you're trying to portray here, and it's sweet, but Wilson's kind of creeping me out at this point. I keep seeing flashes of Gollum cooing over his Precious. Wilson's reasoning behind being House's 'control' sounds sanctimonious and self-righteous, and his retorts to Cameron's shots come across as nothing but petty sniping. I disagreed with Cameron during the Tritter arc, but I find myself agreeing with her now. I'm sure you have your reasons for Wilson sticking to his guns like this (after all, the author always knows what will happen), but it feels like you're stretching his character to do so. Hopefully this will be rectified in future chapters (I have a few more still to read), but I just thought I'd say something.
8th-Jun-2007 09:07 pm (UTC) - Review!
Anonymous
Wow...I'm excited that I've found this page!!! There's loads more here than on ff.net!!! (It took me long enough...)
Well, that was intense- I love the reflection of Wilson's arguement with Cameron from the Tritter arc- his strength vs. her weakness, I believe. Wilson can be strong for his friend...Cameron's just weak when it comes to House ;)
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