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Author Topic: Paganism on TV -- Last Night's "House" Episode  (Read 24107 times)
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« Reply #10: April 20, 2010, 02:45:11 pm »

That said...  I'm curious about how you would've felt if the door had opened to reveal, say, a quiet prayer area decorated with Christian imagery and they had ignored it other than to refer to the patient later in the episode as a "church guy" or something like that.  Would it have been as weird?

Yes.  But I probably wouldn't have posted about it here.   Wink

I always think it's weird when a TV show spends time setting something up and then never goes back to it, even just as a red herring.

I have several close friends who are film producers, directors, and/or editors, and I almost went into the business as a continuity editor.  So I probably think about things like this way too much.  Cheesy
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