needle in a haystack (season 3, episode 13)

The only thing I hate more than a thief is a crippled thief.

CAMERON: What’s wrong with you?
HOUSE: Nothing that a week off my feet won’t solve.
CAMERON: Is your leg worse?
HOUSE: No. My parking space is.

Hey! You can’t yell at a guy in a wheelchair!

I’m in a wheelchair so I can’t examine him all the way up there. Hop down. My life is just one horror after another.

WILSON: Ah, yes! If it isn’t Dr. Iron Side.
HOUSE: Ah! If it isn’t Dr. I-had-no-friends-when-I-was-growing-up- and-so-all-I-did-was-watch-TV-by-myself-which-is-why-I-can-now-make- constant-pop-culture-references-which-no-one-understands-but-me.

Safe from Cuddy but I guess not from her trusted rat-complice.

It’s only pigheaded if you’re wrong. If you’re right, it’s called sticking to your principles.

I like that kid. He’s got spunk.

Sticker on back of wheelchair: I’d rather be walking.

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