honeymoon (season 1, episode 22)

And you think being afraid of me is a symptom of a serious ailment.

CAMERON: What happened to everybody lies?
HOUSE: I lied.

HOUSE: Did I miss anything.
CHASE: Kitchen sink.
HOUSE: Well, we could certainly—oh, you minx.

WILSON: Be yourself—cold, uncaring, distant.
HOUSE: Please. Don’t put me on a pedestal.

Are you doing anyone besides Mark? It’s a medical question.

Stop looking at the suspiciously empty bottle and look at the screen.

FOREMAN: Checking up on me?
HOUSE: I like all the pretty lights.

His frontal lobe is working better than mine.

The questions were designed to test the operational parameters of his limbic system.

Period? More like dot, dot, dot.

If it works, we’re right. If he dies, it was something else.

So what’s your plan? You take the big dark one, I’ve got the little girl, and the Aussie will run like a scared wombat if things turn rough.

So I’m the guy, but you want the other guy, who by definition, can never be the guy.

CUDDY: I want to run something by you.
HOUSE: I will not have sex with you. Not again. It was miserable that first time. All that desperate administrative need.

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