On the day of her wedding, Nicole waits nervously outside the chapel until her father Henry arrives to take her up the aisle. He asks if she's sure she wants to get married, and Nicole insists that Ted is a great guy. They go inside and the reverend begins the ceremony. When he asks Ted if he says, "I do," Ted freezes up, seemingly unable to speak. He then collapses in pain...Read the full recap
Sam Carr: Hey.
Dr. Wilson: Hey.
Sam Carr: What time is it?
Dr. Wilson: Happy time.
Sam Carr: I'm still asleep.
Dr. Wilson: Just think of this as a dream.
Sam Carr: What about House?
Dr. Wilson: I said a dream, not a nightmare.
Dr. House: I woke up in the wrong bed this morning.
Nurse Jeffrey Sparkman: Any bed you're in is the wrong one.
Dr. House: That's not what your mama said. Oh! Snap.
Nurse Jeffrey Sparkman: I'll be going now. To Human Resources.
Dr. House: Sorry, I'm busy. Tell me you have a case. You know, even if you don't.
Dr. Chase: We have a case.
Dr. House: Sounds interesting. I'll take it. I owe you one. Now tell me you don't have a case.
Dr. Chase: I really do have a case.
Dr. House: We're even.
Dr. Hadley: I'm gonna check out this new lesbian bar tonight.
Dr. House: Your life is awesome.
Dr. Wilson: I was telling a 33-year-old woman that she has breast cancer.
Dr. House: No, you weren't.
Dr. Wilson: How do you know?
Dr. House: Because if you were, you'd need to see the pain in her eyes so she could see the concern in yours.
Dr. Chase: Oh, drinks are on me and Foreman tonight.
Dr. House: Can't. Pap smear.
Dr. House: Give me your head.
Ted: What the hell?
Dr. House: I know. It's the first time you've heard that sentence with a possessive pronoun.
Dr. Cuddy: I just want us to be friends.
Dr. House: Funny. That's the last thing I want us to be.