Eight minutes into the show, and the credits are still rolling. There are way too many people working on House. While Afsoun hangs out in the hyperbaric chamber, Luka tells her doctors that he feels guilty for not realizing that the gallery space didn't have proper ventilation. Hadley says Luka has nothing to be sorry for, since he did stop that guy from setting his boss on fire and everything. That's a sore spot with Afsoun, who is mad at Luka for interfering with her "performance." Luka says he's sorry, but sometimes it's hard for him to be as committed to Afsoun's art as she is. Foreman asks about the time Afsoun read Luka's love letters to her out loud in another one of her performances. Yes, from the look on Luka's face, I would say that was another difficult time for him. "I read the The New Yorker," Foreman then says to Hadley, who is no doubt angry that she doesn't get to be the only special art lover of the group anymore. Luka just says that happened a year ago and they aren't together anymore anyway, so I guess that makes it okay. Or maybe that's why they aren't together.
Episode Report CardSara M: D | 1960 USERS: C
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