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Thursday, February 24, 2005

There's a disenfranchised father in the "House": Julie's post about this week's abortion-related story on Fox's new medical drama, "House".

Here's another perspective on that show, and here, S.T. Karnick writes about the show's previous take on religion.

I like what House of the Dog has to say:

Last night's episode of "House" featured an interesting exchange between Dr. House and Dr. Cameron regarding the rationale of a wife donating a kidney to save her husband's life while pregnant -- thereby knowingly ending the life of her unborn child. Cameron expressed her sorrow at the possible loss of the child; House called her "religious" and she demurred - "Do you have to be religious to care about the life of a fetus?" Uh, the answer to that is NO.

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