I’m an introverted person, I don’t show my emotions easily. The one thing I almost never do is cry. Not when there’s people around and even when I’m alone, I rarely do so. And, just as some people get emotional with the TV easily, I’ve never had that, at all. Until, apparently, I became an adult. Now, that doesn’t mean I now suddenly start bawling at every remotely emotional thing, it has to be something big. Like people dying. And then only when they’re characters I love deeply, or it affects characters I love deeply. For the longest time, my tv-crying was limited to one moment only. That being the death of Claire McLeod in the season 3 finale of the Australian drama McLeod’s Daughters. And then, a few months ago, I finally saw Stargate Atlantis season 3 which featured the death of Dr. Beckett.
And, as I said, I don’t show my emotions easily and I hoped it would stay with that. Of course, that was an idle hope, shattered when I saw the season finale of House yesterday.