Apparently, most of the House/Wilson community is adamantly against Huddy. BIG SURPRISE, I know. But I appear to be in the minority of H/W-ers who can accept that Huddy is what's gonna happen--at least for the time being. I don't hate the relationship, and House acting whipped in this ep was a plot point, not bad writing. I liked the episode--it was funny, touching, and as well plotted as any average House ep. It wasn't revolutionary, but every ep can't be. And frankly, the Huddy relationship, like every other relationship in the show, probably won't last. As long as it's interesting, and so far it is, I'll be watching.