Protestors have chained themselves to a truck at a coal mine. Troopers are holding off the miners, who object to the protestors interfering in their business. One of the protestors, Susan, passes out from dehydration, and the leader, Doug Swenson, agrees to free everyone. A trooper revives Susan but as Doug tries to get up, he collapses...Read the full recap
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Dr. Cameron: Olandt from Philly General wants me to get a patient in to see House.
Dr. Chase: So?
Dr. Cameron: I owe him a favor. He's taken about a dozen of my referrals over the last year.
Dr. Chase: I meant so that's five seconds to hand House the file, 30 for him to question your real motives, a minute for witty comments comparing the length of your legs to Thirteen's... plenty of time left over for the shore.
Dr. Foreman: The only kind of mothering House wants involves a bullwhip, leather diapers, and a credit card.
Dr. Hadley: I guess we'll just continue to twiddle our thumbs.
Dr. House: God, I hope that's an euphemism.
Dr. Cameron: How am I supposed to do a lumbar puncture on a patient with intractable hiccups?
Dr. House: I'm trying to figure out what that could be a euphemism for.
Dr. House: Who eats kale? It's so bland, it doesn't even taste like kale.
Dr. House: Stuff you haven't eaten just proves you haven't eaten it.
Dr. Wilson: You were hoping for evidence of stuff I have eaten? First door on the right.
Dr. House: I lost my mojo.
Dr. Wilson: Have you retraced your steps? Does your cleaning lady check your pockets before...?
Dr. House: Balance organs, nerves, lungs, bones, heart.
Dr. Wilson: Things you use to make bratwurst.
Dr. House: You manipulative bitch.
Dr. House: He loves a tree in Oregon more than he loves you. But he can't have sex with it. Unless it's that slutty oak outside Portland.
Dr. House: People only change after trauma, if they wanted to change before the trauma. Or if they've watched too many Afterschool Specials.