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An inmate on death row starts seeing hallucinations of the people he has murdered. Cuddy reluctantly offers a very excited House the case. Without a respirator the inmate will die within an hour. Stacy pulls some strings and the inmate is brought to the hospital, where House's team of doctors couldn't care less about treating a man who will die anyway. Meanwhile, Cameron is having trouble telling a patient that she has cancer and will soon die.
Cameron: I took an oath to do no harm.
House: Yeah, well, it's not like they made you sign it or anything.
House: You met me at a strip club.
Stacy: You were the worst two dollars I ever spent.
House: Death row guy. I want the case.
Cuddy: How do you even know about him? You don’t have access to the hospital's mainframe.
House: No, but "partypants" does.
Cuddy: You stole my password?
House: Hardly counts as stealing; it's a pretty obvious choice.
House: You know how they say all you need is love? Well, oxygen is even more important.
House: Bros before hoes, man.
Stacy: If you didn't want me working here, why didn't you just say so?
House: I don't want you working right here. In my office. But anywhere else in the building is fine. It's a really big hospital.
Dr. Cuddy: It was just a consult? Did you expect us to shut down an entire floor for this guy?
House: Did you do something to your hair?
Stacy: You said you cleared it with (Cuddy)...
House: Come on. You’ve known me how long and you still don’t know when I’m joshin’ ya?
House: Somebody left this (holds file in his hand) on my chair. Clever - forces me to either deal with the file or never sit down again.
House: There's Waldo.
Where's Waldo is a familiar puzzle book series that makes readers "find" the little character Waldo, who is "hiding" in various crowded scenes.
House: You just made a completely seamless jump from anger to bargaining.
This refers to the five stages of death or grief, made famous by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in her 1969 book On Death And Dying.
House: What's the matter? J-date not working out?
jdate.com is an online dating service specifically targeting Jewish people.
House: I still don't treat Cindylou Who.
Cindylou Who is the littlest Who in Whoville, from How The Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss.