Dr. Cuddy: When’s the last time you talked to him?
Dr. House: Uh, I think it was after… when did his girlfriend die? He wanted time alone. I considered being a horrendous pain in the ass, but I didn’t want to tread on your turf.
Dr. Foreman: We just got a call from Patty Michener. From Women’s Majority, the women’s rights…
Dr. Cuddy: We know who she is.
Dr. House: I dated her. Well, not really dated her. More metaphorically raped her by having a penis. You did too.
Dr. Cuddy: House has more important things to do.
Dr. House: Sorry, can’t help you. You need a specialist to remove those kind of warts. Preferably someone with experience spelunking.
Dr. House: I’m busy.
Remy: We need you to…
Dr. House: Actually, as you can see, I’m not busy. It’s just a euphemism for “get the hell out of here.”
Dr. House: You’re being an idiot. You’re gonna blow up your career, and six months from now, when you’ve move on from Amber, to Burnt Sienna, you’re gonna be stuck in a mobile oncology truck in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.
Dr. Wilson: I’d need a flowchart to explain all the ways in which that was ridiculously insensitive.
Dr. Cameron: You want me to sleep with him to get him to stay?
Dr. House: I’d put the bisexual on that. If you’d like to sit in, so to speak.
Dr. House:: Grief is Newark. Okay, it’s there. You can’t avoid it. The idea is to hold your nose, hope the traffic’s not too bad, and get on to Manhattan as quickly as possible, not to buy property.
Lou: Who are you?
Remy: This is Dr. House. He’s too brilliant for introductions.
Dr. House: If I told you that I was sorry, would it change anything?
Dr. Wilson: I wouldn’t believe you.
Dr. House: If you believed me.
Dr. Wilson:It’s hard to imagine such a world.
Dr. Wilson: I’ve got to do what’s right for me. You got to do what’s right for you.
Dr. House: Yeah, but it comes easier for me.
Dr. Taub: Who wants to service House so this patient can live?
Dr. Foreman: But we’re not talking about another videotape. This one showed a bump. We need to do a biopsy.
Dr. Chase: A bump? Oh yeah. My grandfather died of a bump.
Dr. Kutner: How do you get coal out of a mountain when it’s someone else’s mountain? If we don’t have House, it doesn’t mean we can’t think like House.
Dr. Hadley: But it does mean we don’t have to talk like him.
Dr. Hadley: We can have anything.
Lou: No we can’t. We can aspire to anything, but we don’t get it just because we want it. I would rather spend my time close to the birds than waste it wishing I had wings.
Dr. Cuddy: Why do you think Wilson is leaving?
Dr. House: How many times do I have to use the word “idiot”?
Dr. Cuddy: You’re not listening to me, are you?
Dr. House: Try it sometime, you’ll see why.
Dr. House: Almost dying changes nothing. Dying changes everything.
Dr. Wilson: We're not friends any more, House. I'm not sure we ever were.