In the unlikely event that anyone on this spot cares enough about Wilson to read this :P , here's an extract from the link "Difficult Characters" written door Doris Egan (one of the writers of House MD), in which she writes a few things about Wilson's character. The complete artikel also includes analysis of characters from different stories she has written.
In a novel, it would be easy to lay out [a character's] thoughts. In a visual medium, the viewer has to do the work themselves, and here's the problem: we're used to there only being one answer.
I’m devastated like I’m sure many of u are, but I think season 7’s “Bombshells”, while not a typical House episode AT ALL, was amazingly written and a very cool chance for everyone involved in House MD to branch out a little bit. People are extremely mixed about this episode, some love it and some hate it and a great majority of that has to do with the very eloquent dream sequences that the toon decided to explore. This artikel is going to attempt to break down each dream sequence and get at the message the writers were intending with each dream.
Anyone who watches House M.D. on a regular basis will have door now picked up on two phrases that seem to be the slogans of the show: “Everybody Lies” and “You Can't Always Get What u Want.” The first slogan of the show, “Everybody Lies”, seems to be House's philosophy about people. Knowing that Dr. House is the antisocial, misanthrope and very miserable person that he is, this statement which he utters frequently, very nicely sums up the entire view House has for humanity. He finds them un-useful, un-trustworthy and not worthy of spending time with because you'll never get the...