ihad to rewind that a few times to catch what he said, too. he said, "that's all my boss thinks they're good for".
Omar's character is dating a Peds nurse on the show. I would have thought since he's dating one he could have educated the young girl a little better and said something a bit positive about nurses. But on House it seems that all the nurses are made to be bumbling idiots. It's sad that the public gets this view of us...no wonder no one thinks we are professionals.
I for one am a bit tired of how they portray the chronic pain issues on the show as well.
I never understood why they found over 600 Vicodin in his house? The guy pops one or two Vicodin in every scene it seems. I've seen him with syringes of Morphine once or twice on the show, but he always seems to be using up the Vicodin like no tomorrow. And why doesn't he see a regular doctor (like Cuddy or Wilson) and just use ONE doctor to write his prescriptions? I don't know why I let it bother me, I know it's just a show. But it really sets up the public to think anyone who needs a chronic pain med for pain management is an "addict". If his pain is so bad, he should be on a long acting med, no?
I feel bad how he is doing this to Wilson though. I thought that they just made restrictions on his prescribing of narcotics, not his regular chemotherapy meds? Can that really happen in real life? What a rotten thing to do to a friend. If he had so much Vicodin stashed at home, why did he need to forge Wilson's scripts?
Ok, ok...it's just a show!