I love the guy... he's a brilliant doctor, who has a strange way with his work ethics... but, his heart is always in the right place... even if the delivery doesn't seem so. His interactions with the staff are over the top... but, I think that in the type of situations they face, he would have to be. He's got to think of the unthinkable, and figure out serious cases.
I'm glad there is such a complex character on TV. He's like Sawyer because he's hiding a lot of pain, he gives people a lot of crap, and he's always got something witty to say. It's bold to make a guy like that the central character of a TV show. In other words, I love this character. And yeah he's am amazing actor.
I like House. I like the idea of Holmes and Watson (House and Wilson), but it's more of a friendship between the two as opposed to a hero-sidekick thing. Wilson is House's voice of reason and restraint, and House is balls-out once he's made up his mind. Great dynamic, and House's wit is classic. I love how he goes at it with the patients he deems idiotic. House is great. He actually reminds me of a guy I used to work with who had a similar wit.
I love Dr. House. He makes himself and sometimes those around him so miserable. If he wasn't the person he is he would not be so brilliant. Crazy Genius.
I think the personal lives of the characters could have a little more suspensefulness. This show has done pretty well in my opinion being an episode to episode show instead of what I am used to, unbearable suspence.
I kinda like how they are starting to connect the episodes together. It makes the show more interesting to show the progression of House as a person throughout the drug storyline while also showing how impersonal he is.