House finds himself in a gentleman's club with a stripper, but has no memory of the last four hours of his life. He's bleeding from a head wound, his cane is missing, and he has memory flashes of a bus and injured people. He says that someone is dying then limps outside to see an overturned bus in the street outside with emergency teams helping the injured, and House realizes he was in the accident...Read the full recap
Dr. Cameron: You’re staying the night. We need to monitor your brain for swelling.
Dr. House: How much bigger could it get?
Dr. Wilson: What are you running away from?
Dr. House: When I’m drinking without you, what am I running away from? Hmmm, one of those imponderables.
Dr. Kutner: (answering his phone) Yeah?
Dr. House: So the carbo-loading marathon isn’t working. (Kutner looks around suspiciously) Stop looking around suspiciously. To answer your next two questions, no I am not there, and yes, you are completely predictable.
Dr. Wilson: There's edema and localized swelling in the section of the temporal lobe that controls short term memory. Also, the penis size cortex is set to pathetic.