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It's Not Lupus


If you're a House fan, you'll probably think this is as hilarious as I do. Hehehe...

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  1. I LOVE House. . . I just got a few seasons of it from the library this week, so that I could rewatch some favorite episodes and catch some that I missed.

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  2. lololol on a LOST board someone had the most awesome avatar--a big, mean House face that flashed "IT'S NEVER LUPUS!"

    Awesome cartoon, thanks Angie!

    ETA: My confirmation word is "sucker". Awesome.

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  3. Jannsen, it's such a great show. Sounds like you've got some fun evenings ahead.

    Thea, that's awesome. The lupus joke is hilarious.

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  4. How can anyone not love House....Hugh Laurie is my hero....ok, not really but he is one of my all time favorites. We haven't seen this season yet cause Jared made me promise not to watch while he was in Chile so we now have to wait till it comes out on DVD.....oh the torture.

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  5. Liz, I know. I heart Hugh. We haven't been watching this season either (no cable) so we'll be right with you the day it comes out on DVD.

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  7. We haven't seen this season yet cause Jared made me promise not to watch while he was in Chile so we now have to wait till it comes out on DVD

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