Those of toi who read the latest link are well informed that we'll see Cynthia Watros as Wilson's first wife who comes back into his life as his new girlfriend.
Considering that we are already in the 6th season of this wonderful montrer and not even the best montrer can go on forever I think it's sûr, sans danger to start thinking about how this is going to end.
A-Amber was the one he loved ♥ B-Boy Wonder Oncologist! C-Cares about people all the time. D-Duck <3 He gave a toy canard to little Rachel. E-Eyebrows- who doesn't l’amour his eyebrows? F-Food. It tends to get stolen par House. G-Gummy bears. He doesn't like them. H-Head of the Department of Oncology I-Illness. Clinical Depression. J-Jewish. K-Kitchen. Wilson cooking is LOVE. L-Likes alcohol and parties. M-Marriages- They don't work out so well for him.
"Okay, I have to say those crêpes are amazing!" Remy a dit as she fell back against Wilson's chest. He put the serving tray on the night stand and laid back against the pillows, holding her tighter. "I haven't done this in a long time." He a dit as he absent-mindedly ran a hand through her hair. "What? Sex? Breakfast?" She asked with a coy smirk. He smirked back and leaned down to Kiss her forehead. "Technically all of the above, however I was talking about staying in lit on a Sunday afternoon. I like this."
"When did it start?" House asked with a strange look on his face. Wilson sighed and sat down at the table. "Nothing has started. Sometimes we have lunch together on the weekend..." "You are seeing her outside of work and knowing you, paying for both meals, something has started." "Look, three weeks il y a I ran in to her at that old movie theater on fourth and we thought it would be silly to not sit together since we were both seeing the same movie..." "And one thing led to another?" House asked with a bitterness to his voice.
NOT MINE. This is an extract from the link "Difficult Characters" written par Doris Egan (one of the writers of House MD), in which she writes a few things about Wilson's character. The complete article also includes analysis of characters from different stories she has written.
In a novel, it would be easy to lay out [a character's] thoughts. In a visual medium, the viewer has to do the work themselves, and here's the problem: we're used to there only being one answer.
got bored, decided to start a series of stories about everyones favori oncologist called: The Wilson Series-(TWS)
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He stood in the produce aisle, grappling at a rather large erroneous looking tomato, his eyes fixated across the room where a brunette woman paused, handling her own set of vegetables. Wrapping his tomate in a plastic bag, he twisted a tie around the haut, retour au début and placed the tarnished red nourriture inside his cart. Again he eyed...
Wilson: We're not Friends anymore, House. I'm not sure we ever were.
Harsh words, probably the first hurtful words caring and sensitive Wilson ever a dit to House. Being the show's main character, we got to see plus of House's side of that conversation than Wilson's, plus what House was feeling and House's reaction to those words than what they meant to Wilson. Hearing those words from your best friend must be devastating alright, but what about saying them? What about the feelings that led Wilson to speak them out loud?