Dr. Walter Cofield: Do you have any questions before we get started?
Dr. House: Yeah. Who the hell are you?
Dr. Walter Cofield: I'm Walter Cofield, Chief of Neurology, Mercy Hospital. I'll be deciding your fate today.
Dr. Walter Cofield: What are you doing?
Dr. House: Taking my Vico-mins.
Dr. Walter Cofield: Those are Vicodin. Did you have surgery recently?
Dr. House: About a decade ago. My leg is no good at judging time.
Dr. House: My process is proven. Good things usually happen: bad things sometimes happen.
Dr. Walter Cofield: And when bad things happen, we should figure out what went wrong so we can learn from it. Correct?
Dr. House: So we can assign blame. Instead of recognizing that sometimes bad things happen. It's nobody's fault.
Dr. House: Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach. Those who can't teach, teach gym. Those who can't move their arms or legs, teach us to laugh at others.
Dr. Adams: House prefers chaos over cohesion. he believes that disagreement and mistrust lead to better ideas. He's not wrong.
Dr. Walter Cofield: As opposed to being right?
Dr. House: If you want an accurate patient history, don't ever talk to the patient. Everybody lies. Except me. To you. Would never do that.
Dr. House: Are you going to have me fired for bad manners?
Dr. Walter Cofield: Just trying to understand you. Why a man in your position, with your abilities, is incapable of shaking the impulse to act like an ass.
Dr. House: If Park is right, he goes all cuckoo’s nest on us.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a 1962 novel by Ken Kensey set in an insane asylum, made into a movie in 1975.