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A young girl who suffers from cancer is about to administer her medicine when she begins hallucinating. An ill House shows up to work and Wilson asks him for help on the case. The doctors learn that the hallucinations are unrelated to the patient's cancer. After numerous tests, the doctors can find nothing wrong with the young girl. However, House believes that the girl's bravery is a symptom of a dangerous disease.
House: If you're dying suddenly everybody loves you.
Dr. Wilson: You have a cane, nobody even likes you.
House: I'm not terminal, merely pathetic; you wouldn't believe the crap people let me get away with.
House: Is it still illegal to perform an autopsy on a living person?
Cuddy: Are you high?
House: If it's Tuesday, I'm wasted.
Cuddy: It's Wednesday.
Dr. Foreman: We could bolt her to the table.
House: Gruesome and low tech. Kiss me, I love it. A five, six, seven, eight…
Dr. Wilson: You're treating your stuffy nose with cocaine?
House: Diphenhydramine. Antihistamine. New delivery system; it's a blood brain barrier thing.
Dr. Wilson: So it's all about speed isn't it. One thing to another; never standing still. You're pretty good at that.
House: I know my way around a razor blade.
Dr. Wilson: It's time.
House: Just a couple more rocks.
Nurse: Patient in one requested a male doctor.
Cuddy: Balls are in your court, Doctor.
House: Union rules. I can't check out this guy's seeping gonorrhea this close to lunch.
Cuddy: Exam room one.
House: It's sexist and a very dangerous precedent; if people could choose the sex of their doctors you gals would be out business.
Cuddy: Exam room one.
House: I'm not going to kiss you, no matter what you say.
Andie: It's sunny outside. You should go for a walk.
House: Not much for the long walks in the park. Git.
Dr. Cameron: You mean I actually get to touch the markers?
House: And you stay away the patient.
Dr. Cameron: What did I do?
House: You’ll just get all warm and cuddly around the dying girl, and insinuate yourself, and end up in a custody battle.
Dr. Wilson: She enjoys life more than you do.
Dr. Wilson: She stole that kiss from Chase. What have you done lately?
House: I'm pacing myself. Unlike her, I have the luxury of time.
Dr. Wilson: She could outlive you.