This evening was filled with beautiful, sad people. First Minnie Driver and Tom Wilkinson and a young, angular, sleek-haired Jonathan Rhys-Meyers in "The Governess,"
then a Wilson-heavy episode of "House"
on DVD I'd somehow managed to not see
until a co-worker referenced it today and I thought she was making it up. It's called "Histories" and it featured, of all things, one of the three best Wilson moments
on the show so far: ( spoilers for season 1 )
I do so love Robert Sean Leonard.
The other thing about "Histories" is that at the end, House ( more spoilers )
. And I found it odd because for all of Wilson's lies and House's -- well, pick a noun --, elsewhere in the series it's very, very clear that these two understand each other, spend an impossible amount of time together and share things they withhold from everyone else.
Thoughts, my "House"-watching friends?
Oh and P.S. Not only House but also Chase 'ships House/Wilson. When Foreman demanded to know why House took the case, asking, "Is it just because Wilson asked?", Chase turned to Cameron and waggled one eyebrow.