Wilson gets up out of bed and goes to see House, and tells him that he won’t do chemo. When House points out that it he’ll be dead in five months without it, Wilson insists that he doesn’t want to extend his life no matter how much suffering it involves. He walks away and ignores House when he yells that he won’t let his friend die...Read the full recap
Dr. House: My best friend is trying to kill himself.
Dr. Adams: He just wants to die with a little dignity.
Dr. House: There's no such thing.
Dr. House: I made a reservation for two at Carmine's. Tonight. Eight o'clock. No more tricks. No more manipulations.
Dr. Wilson: Said Machiavelli.
Dr. House: Just... two friends enjoying the time they have left.
Dr. Wilson: Please, don't...
Dr. House: I'm not. Promise.
Dr. Wilson: Just dinner?
Dr. House: That depends on how much you have to drink.
Dr. House: I need you, okay? I want you to be around as long as possible. 'Cause I don't know what I'm gonna do without you.
Dr. Wilson: No. No. Don't do that. I don't owe you anything. Our entire relationship has been about you. My dying is about me.
Dr. House: You don't just have to accept it.
Dr. Wilson: Yes, I do have to accept this. I have five months to live and you're making me go through this alone! I'm pissed because I'm dying, and it's not fair. And I need... I need a friend. I need to know that you're there. I need... I need you to tell me that my life... was worthwhile, and I... I need you to tell me that you love me.
Dr. House: No. I'm not gonna tell you that unless you fight.
Dr. Taub: You're being an ass.
Dr. House: I just cured a patient. How 'bout you?
Dr. Taub: You can't just give up on Wilson. You know he needs you. You know he's making an impossible choice. He just doesn't want to live in pain.
Dr. House: Live is pain! I wake up every morning, I'm in pain! I go to work in pain. You know how many times I wanted to just give up? How many times I thought about ending it?