Tuesday, November 22, 2005


They keep doing this thing on House, M.D. where the dialogue calls for a two-thread conversation with the participants jumping back and forth from one subject to the other. I think it's too clever-clever. Yes, real people sometimes talk about more than one thing at once, but they don't zig-zag back and forth and back at one-sentence intervals. And if real people do, the actors/director on House don't know how to do it. They get confused and don't say the lines right.

Stop it, House writers!


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