I don't like House/Cameron, but really what I don't like is happy and long lasting House/Cameron. I'd actually quite enjoy seeing it played out from the "doomed" perspective and I honestly don't see it being in character any other way.
You, dear ma'am, took the words right out of my mouth, swallowed them whole, and barfed them back onto a keyboard.
I wouldn't terribly mind the House/Cameron thing if it's fated to be doomed. Have them hook up, have them realize how awful they are for each other, have them break up and move on. That's it. Get it over with and out of the way. For this show, however, to end up with House/Cameron together with the notion that they'll stay together forever would be horrendous for me. It would be like a stab wound to the heart, like watching this really amazing movie only to get to the end and have it totally suck. I cannot see how these two would be able to have a successful relationship. That sails right beyond the borders of ridiculous. It's so ridiculous, it's almost science fiction.
I also don't get how the fact that each season Cameron is even more bitter and miserable a good thing. Isn't that a clear indication of how awful he is for her? He's totally killing her. I don't see it as her 'growing a spine'. I see it as him making her as miserable as he's made himself.
I'm a no one/no one shipper, thank you. I don't care to get into the whole shipper mess. It ruins shows. I've seen shipper wars so bad that Vietnam seems like a day at Disney World. People just get crazy into it. However, I've rather accepted the fact that it has to happen in every single show, cause you know, I guess that needs to be there. I'm more into the idea of House/Cuddy, I guess, and I don't even know why. It just seems less screwed up than all the other options. When she made fun of his bum leg in the pilot and he just smiled, yeah, that was hot. House seems to think of her as the perfect woman. I guess this is one of the 'five minutes before the show ends' hook-ups, and I'm okay with that. I don't care to see any of the main character/main character relationships develop on screen.
I'd rather see characters hook up with people from outside the hospital. Whatever happened to Foreman's drug rep girlfriend? How on earth is Chase single? How on Earth is Cuddy
single? Too bad Cynthia Nixon's character was batshit crazy, because I thought she and Hugh looked amazingly hot together. Oh well.