After crying through half of Bones, I had to cry through half of House, too? NOT NICE, Fox. Not nice at all.
(House was brilliant. Everything made emotional sense. Too bad we need to wait for the fall for the emotional fallout. Bones felt rushed. Not the episode so much as... this is not how you end a season-long mystery. That they had a regular be the apprentice was courageous, especially one as loved as Zach, but it can't come from nowhere and it really felt like it did. Right now, I'm blaming the strike.)