After a two week break after Cuddy’s episode House MD returns with season six, episode fourteen, “Private Lives”. This episode features a blogger who puts absolutely every detail of her life online, but one, the one needed to cure her.
It’s amazing how many men will detail their entire day’s activities on the answering machine of a woman they just met. She just doesn’t care. Even if she is interested in hearing about your whole day, why not just tell her when she calls you back? Oh that’s right; you were worried she wasn’t going to call you back. And once she can tell you were worried about that, trust me, she ain’t calling back. Self-fulfilling prophecy.
Back with the blogger patient of season six, episode fourteen, “Private Lives” House reads her blog to discover she hasn’t blogged about one thing, her bowel movements. After questioning her he discovers she has an infection and won’t die. The patient decides to have the pig valve after all so she can keep her man rather than please her bloggers.
There is a remarkable Biblical principle, “Ask and it shall be given.” But this is not meant to be interpreted just literally. It also implies that you make a psychological and spiritual appeal. In other words, it’s not solely the words that come out of your mouth, but also about your frame of mind and behavioral pattern-your thoughts, your feelings, beliefs, and actions.
In addition, whatever you do, get it out of your head that being an Alpha Male has anything to do with looks. I know guys that rank as 4’s, consistently phoenix matchmaker 7’s, 8’s and even the occasional 9. Why? Because they do what all Alpha Males do, whether they know it or not.
The episode ends as House and Wilson leave the hospital discussing why House was reading his father’s book. Just as they leave, Cuddy asks the staff to have maintenance remove a massive banner from Wilson’s porno from the wall and the credit roll.
When you agree to meet someone in person, do so in a public place. Provide your own transport, and have a quick exit strategy in place in case your date isn’t the person you perceived them to be.