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Unformatted text preview: climax the turning point is when the patient condition becomes critical because of the wrong diagnoses and the reversal is when they find out that House was right from the beginning. The falling action is when they start doing what House told them to do and the resolution is when the patient starts to get better. The denouement is when the patient walks out of the hospital in a good health. The shape of House M.D. is Freytag’s pyramid shape because each episode starts with the introductions (The patient) and then the inciting incident occurs (When the patient goes to the Hospital) the incident leads into a rising action (Diagnosing the patient). Before the climax there is the complication (House’s different opinion), and then the climax (Critical condition) then the reversal (“House is always right”), then there is the falling action (Doing what Dr. House said) and the resolution (the patient getting better) and the denouement (walking out of the hospital)....
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- Spring '14
- American films, Narratology, Zebra, Dr. House, Falling Action