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A subway hero collapses after saving a woman, and is brought to the hospital. House dismisses heroism as stupidity, but is unable to determine the man's illness. Meanwhile, Cuddy's mother comes to see her daughter and her new boyfriend, and Taub discovers that a new billboard with his face has aroused his wife's libido.
In the subway, Daisy is talking to her father Jack as they prepare to catch a train to the zoo. When she asks if they can have pizza, Jack says that he’ll be going on the road again after only two days. He then hears the people say that a woman has collapsed on the tracks he goes down and tries wake her up, and then asks the others for help as the train approaches. The driver tries to stop, and Jack grabs the woman and flattens himself as the train passes overhead and stops. The passengers tell the driver to pull forward, and they share in surprise and shock as they realize that Jack and the woman are alive. He looks up at them and confirms that they’re both okay, but the woman had an epileptic seizure. As Jack tells his daughter that he’s okay, he collapses...Read the full recap
Dr. Taub: I was mugged once. When I saw the gun, my legs went out.
Dr. Chase: I always thought it was fight or flight. Didn't know it was fight or flight or faint.
Dr. House: (about a billboard poster of Taub) We finally know what Tuab would look like if he were life-size.
Martha Masters: Why is your assumption of his guilt more valid than my assumption of his selflessness?
Dr. House: Because my assumption is backed up by millions of men, and Taub, who cheated on their wives.
Arlene Cuddy: I wish that you would take a second look. I'm tired all the time, and when it's cold I get this weird pain in my shoulder.
Dr. House: I have a pain in my leg. You don't hear me complaining... except for just now.
Arlene Cuddy: How do doctors get this idea you're better than everyone else?
Dr. House: Probably all that pulling people back from the brink of death, it's just a guess.
Arlene Cuddy: My own daughter is a doctor. She makes a hobby of dismissing my concerns.
Dr. House: She sounds smart.
Arlene Cuddy: Did she tell you to say that?
Dr. House: I've never met your daughter.
Arlene Cuddy: That's hard to believe, since you're currently shtupping her.
Dr. Cuddy: House… I need you to come to that dinner for two hours. Keep your mouth shut, and behave like an adult. Yes, you will be in Hell, but I will feel better having you there. That is what a relationship is. We average our misery.
Dr. Cuddy: Wilson.
Dr. House: It's uh, bowling night. He'll never forgive me if I don't. Oh, screw it. I'm coming.
Dr. Cuddy: No, no. no. I am not going to be responsible for that. You drugged the man, you go bowling with him.
Dr. House: Well, my chances of sex are considerably lower with Wilson.