A simple explanation for something great.
Hi, I’m Cesar. The story of how I started watching House is a bit vague, but I will give my best explanation. One of the few facts I remember is that my mom watched the series since a long time ago. She loves Universal Channel, it is her favorite channel and she watched all the episodes that you can imagine. I preferred to spend my time reading and I didn’t realize why my mother loved the channel (I’d know the reason later).
A day I watched a promo of Dr. House (Living the Dream) and I laughed. Dr. Casa, Dr Casa was the surname I gave him. (I said Dr. Casa because <<House>> is <<Casa>> in Spanish) I started to make fun with the series due to its name. Frankly, I had decided that Dr. Casa was ridiculous. However, I swallowed my words when I watched Living the Dream. That was what changed my perspective. What I had thought of Dr. Casa had changed forever.
The series that I called “ridiculous” became excellent. The most pathetic title became the most interesting title for a doctor. House became my favorite series and it only took the final minutes. I never thought that something might change my perspective as fast as Dr. House did. But it happened.
Although I don’t remember many details, I do know that I loved the part when House found out the patient’s illness. I was so amazed. I thought: is that possible? I didn’t know, but I loved House M.D, my Dr. Casa.
Later, when I kept watching the show, my recent love grew and grew. I learned that House was something more, it was not “just a series”, it was a lifestyle.
In a part of my life when many things were not important and I preferred to spend my time reading, apart from society, House M.D. was (and is) different. It is something that I CAN’T describe with words, but I could change my life and when something does it, it’s important.
House is not “just a series”, it is my passion. House made me think all the time. House made me cry and laugh. House is House, House is a lot of things for me…
I’m not sure if Hugh Laurie will read this letter, but I want to say something anyway:
“Thanks House M.D. for changing my life. Even without season 9 you’re already part of my heart, and you will be there forever and ever”
Cesar From Venezuela.