whac-a-mole (season 3, episode 8)

CAMERON: Eighteen-year-old kid, suddenly an orphan and a single father of two.
HOUSE: Party of Five!  Powerful stuff.  The OC of its day.

Can I be your imaginary friend?

Can’t you see his heart is fine?  Stop torturing him!  What kind of doctor are you?

I hired you to take away the pain.  Is there some confusion?

CAMERON: Nice cane.
HOUSE: If I know what you mean?

You want to think that he’s sacrificing because if one person can do it, then maybe the world isn’t the cold, selfish place you know that it is.

Okay, fine!  I’ll father your child.  But first, you have to write me a Vicodin prescription.  Just so I can get through the foreplay.

Yes, their cowardice is inspiring.

Oh I hate writing thank you notes.  Would it be weird if I asked Cameron to write them?

I knew that cleavage was a smokescreen!  You’re a genius.

HOUSE: Moronic.  It’s a synonym.

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