cursed (season 1, episode 13)

Ah. You need a dermatologist. If it’s dry, keep it wet. If it’s wet, keep it dry. If it’s not supposed to be there, cut it off. I never could master all that.

(to Vicodin pill): Were you scared? It’s okay. You’re home now. (as he takes it)

HOUSE: If you want to know how two chemicals interact, do you ask them? No. They’re gonna lie through their little chemical teeth. Throw them in a beaker and apply heat.
WILSON: Even I don’t like you.
HOUSE: You know, words can hurt.

Come on. There’s no reason why you can’t both be wrong.

Fascinating story? Ever thought of adapting it for the stage?

CHASE: How would you feel if I interfered in your personal life?
HOUSE: I’d hate it. That’s why I cleverly have no personal life.

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