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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 31 December 2014 20:11 / United States - San Francisco
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By  DocBastard  |  38

Fucking "House". I can't watch that goddamned show. Doctors don't do their own pathology, give medicines, start IVs, take X-rays, do angiograms, or run the MRI. $@!% &*#%* £$!@ "#+*!

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  LaurenLo  |  17

I once watched a show with my dad, who's a neurosurgeon, that had a medical inaccuracy and he went off about how incorrect it was. It was hilarious, but he had a point because the writing team really needs to do their research, in my opinion!

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  DocBastard  |  38

Fucking "House". I can't watch that goddamned show. Doctors don't do their own pathology, give medicines, start IVs, take X-rays, do angiograms, or run the MRI. $@!% &*#%* £$!@ "#+*!

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  little_one  |  20

House is mildly entertaining but they kinda fuck up a lot when I watched it with my pharmacist husband he kept shouting the way you actually pronounce the drug names. I stopped watching the show because of the silly soap opera drama and how repetitive it was, my husband shouting actually made it worth watching haha.

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  eyedea84  |  5

I do catch the drift you were implying, but theoretical physics is all based on theory, hence the comedic approach. not quite the same as house trying to reproduce actual medical procedures and diagnosis used by physicians.

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  EmpireCityRay  |  13

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  eyedea84  |  5

The man is a surgeon, a highly educated and precise field of work with an adequate need for perfection, how does a pbs broadcasting joke fall into play?

By  worldclassrager  |  38

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  cryssycakesx3  |  22

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By  Wizardo  |  32

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