Dr. Gregory House: [about House's ex-girlfriend's new husband] He's my patient. I'm sure he's a good guy, he's probably a great guy. Probably a much better guy than I am. And some part of me wants him to die. I'm just not sure if it's because, I want to be with her, or if it's because I want her to suffer.
Dr. Gregory House: [to Stacy] So what's your plan? You take the big, dark one, I've got the little girl, and the Aussie will run like a scared wombat if things turn rough?
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: [Catching up with House in the main lobby] I want to run something by you.
Dr. Gregory House: [loudly] I will not have sex with you! Not again! Miserable, that first time. All that desperate, administrative need...
Dr. James Wilson: Hey, you *have* to treat this like a regular case. Be yourself: cold, uncaring, distant.
Dr. Gregory House: Please, don't put me on a pedestal.
Dr. Allison Cameron: [to House] I thought you were too screwed up to love anyone... I was wrong. You just couldn't love me. That's good. I'm happy for you.
Dr. Gregory House: I am respecting your husband's decision. I don't see why you got a problem with that.
Stacy Warner: Because it's crap! Because you browbeat patients, intimidate them, lie to them! If you think you're right, you don't give a damn what they think! I did what you do all the time. The only difference is, I did it to you.
Dr. Allison Cameron: [referring to House's ex] The woman you used to live with.
Dr. Gregory House: That's her Indian name. On her driver's license it's "Stacy."
Dr. Gregory House: Do the things, the, you know, blah blah blah blah blah, all that stuff the other docs did. If that's negative, ultrasound his belly. If that's negative, CT his abdomen and pelvis, with and without contrast. Did I miss anything?
Dr. Robert Chase: Kitchen Sink?
Dr. Gregory House: The treatment isn't all that dangerous, plasmapheresis and IVIG. If it works, we're right. If he dies... it was something else.
Dr. Gregory House: [Looking at a hypo filled with urine] Straight from the bladder! This is as fresh as it gets!
Dr. Eric Foreman: It's not paranoia if someone's out to get you.