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House as a young boy in deleted scene from "Brave Heart"

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Oct 21st 2009 1:34PM

This past Monday's episode of House, "Brave Heart," showed us a side of House that we've seen bits of this season, but finally got proof of - he is getting better. Granted, a healthy House means a return to many of his old shenanigans but apparently it also means trying to forgive the past.

House's military brat upbringing was brought to light in season five's "Birthmarks" where we saw House say good-bye to his father - a man he didn't seem to have too much love for. In this past Monday's episode, House took a cue from Wilson (who'd been conversing with Amber) and before dozing off to sleep, he spoke to his late father admitting that maybe he'd been focusing on the wrong things because there had been some good times.

Well... what good times? There was no context to back up House's claim. Now we have it. House producer Greg Yaintanes has posted a deleted scene, a flashback, where young Greg recalls some of those good times. I never pegged House as an ice-cream cone fan. Take a look.

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I wish they kept that scene now. It really does make more sense now.

October 21 2009 at 6:46 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Wow,.. I had it all wrong. I initially read the title of the post and thought you had a clip of a young "House" in the movie Braveheart. (I know, I know,.. that doesn't make a whole lot of sense - but that's where my mind went anyway). Didn't even think about the shows title.

October 21 2009 at 4:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I wish they would have left that flashback in. When I watched the episode I was trying to figure out why he decided to pick his dad instead of someone else. Heck, it might have made sense for him to speak to Kutner since House didn't catch the suicide before it happened.

October 21 2009 at 2:09 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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