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A young girl who lives her life for her brother, a victim of muscular dystrophy, suffers from heart arrhythmia and is taken to Princeton. House attempts to diagnose the girl but ends up second-guessing himself when Cuddy disagrees with him. Meanwhile, an elderly father and son come to the clinic, each with a hidden agenda concerning the other.
Della Carr is participating in a skateboarding exhibition on behalf of a muscular dystrophy charity event. Her brother Hugo, who suffers from CMD, is watching with his friends while their parents George and Claire look on. Della grabs Hugo and starts wheeling him around the ramps, but suddenly lets him go rolling when she collapses...Read the full recap
Dr. House: So... Junior Miss Everything. Skateboarder, basketballer, science clubber, seal clubber... I'm actually guessing with that last one.
Dr. Taub: And what's with the death's head cane?
Dr. House: They didn't have a death's ass cane in my size.
Dr. Cuddy: It's time for our meeting in Human Resources.
Dr. House: Hmmm. Human Resources. Now why would I need to go to Human Resources?
Dr. Wilson: House, you've been to Human Resources 74 times in the last six weeks.
Dr. House: Never after doing this. (Cuddy stops him from kissing her)
Dr. Wilson: Well, I'm convinced.
Dr. House: Come on. One peck. Just enough to arouse him just a little.
Dr. Wilson: I--hey, I'm not even...
Dr. House: I didn't mean you.
Dr. Wilson: I've been more passionate with my great aunt.
Dr. House: Mabel? Up high.
Dr. Taub: House, I was expecting your relationship with Cuddy to complicate our work long-term. I am now concerned it might be affecting us short-term. All due respect.
Dr. House: None taken.
(as Wilson grins broadly about House's relationship with Cuddy)
Dr. House: Yeah, I had that same facial expression for the first 48 hours. I had another one, too, but only for 15 seconds at a time.
Dr. Wilson: House, everything's changed. You're sleeping together. You want something from her besides a sign-off on scaring a patient to death.
Dr. House: You talked to Taub.
Dr. Wilson: He's worried about you.
Dr. House: He's a jerk.
Dr. Wilson: I'm worried too.
Dr. House: Do I need to say it?
Dr. House: Yeah. I have to avoid this problem. If I can restrict our interactions to places where neither of us are wearing pants.
Dr. Wilson: Yeah, that's not avoiding the problem, it's avoiding the issue.
Dr. House: Since avoidance is my plan for dealing with the issue, technically, that's not avoiding it. Thanks.
Dr. Wilson: No problem.
Dr. Taub: You want me to get Cuddy's approval?
Dr. House: I've got be somewhere important.
Dr. Taub: Sitting at your desk?
Dr. House: I'm running late.
Dr. Cuddy: I sit around on my bureaucratic ass??!
Dr. Taub: I was relaying your words.
Dr. House: I said well-formed. I said well-formed!