insensitive (season 3, episode 14)

You could have left the scarf at home and told him you’d be wearing a look of desperation.

FOREMAN: What do you want us to do?  Hold her down?
HOUSE: Well, only until you inject her with the sedative.  Then you can let her go.

Oh, God.  Stop.  I’m in a pool of tears here.

Girls can’t hold me for too long because I only pay for an hour.

You two must have met online.  Either that or you’ve got a friend who secretly hates you.

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