It's quite possible that there is nothing in fandom that I love more than a really, really great fanvid. And I am really, really picky about what I consider great.
Seriously, you guys, I think I just died and went to fanvid heaven.
Allison Cameron has always been and always will be my favorite character on House. Don't ask me why, because my only explanation is that she's damaged yet persistent. I've developed an unintentional trend in character favoritism throughout my years in fandom: Dana Scully, Abby Lockhart, Sydney Bristow, Meredith Grey, Kate Austen, Addison Forbes Montgomery-(Shepherd), Rebecca Harper, Temperance Brennan... Allison Cameron. Life has not always been nice to them. In fact, life has kind of been a bastardized asshole to all of them - and yet they continually refuse to give up. Okay, perhaps Meredith isn't the best example overall but then again I'm not really talking about her right now - I'm talking about Cameron.
I'm consistently fascinated with trying to get inside of her head and figure out why she is the way she is; dead husband, fear of commitment, obsessive need to be the best (whilst also always doing the "right thing"), inner self-loathing about always being the good girl who never takes chances, overly-emotional attachment to her patients, creepy (IMO) love-crush on the much-older boss, and a no-strings sexual partnership with a co-worker that inevitably morphed into the type of stable and steady relationship that demands the exact kind of commitment that she's so afraid to give. This woman is fucked up and she is one of my absolute favorite character studies.
Which is exactly why this fanvid makes me so freakishly happy in every possible way. Not only is it a visual eyegasm of beauty and editing skills, but it's also a visual character analysis of all things Cameron and what's made her into the person we know her as today.
For real, it's so perfect that I couldn't possibly care less that a Hameron created it or that it's full of Hameron moments; to be fair, the Hameron era is a very real and important part of her history/development, so it totally should be included.
Plus, it's got equal amounts of Chameron running throughout, so I'm just a ball of fangirly squee.