Dr. Eric Foreman: He has acute scrotum.
Dr. Gregory House: "Adorable". Please... it's much more dignified.
Dr. Gregory House: [pause] C'mon, how'm I *not* supposed to make that joke.
Dr. Gregory House: [sees cane store owner brought out] Bitchinnnnn...
Dr. Wilson: I treat patients for months... maybe years! Not weeks, like you!
Dr. Gregory House: I'm taller.
Dr. Gregory House: You have only one decision to make: do you leave here with one dead son or two?
Dr. Wilson: [to Matty] We just had to make sure you weren't exposed to any bugs, because your healthy bone marrow is what's gonna cure your brother's leukemia.
Dr. Gregory House: [Gives folder to Foreman] Hey, you're not gonna believe what happened. Wilson just killed a kid same way you did.
Dr. Wilson: He's not dead.
Dr. Gregory House: Five days are just gonna fly by. He didn't look both ways before he nuked.
Dr. Gregory House: You did good.
Dr. Eric Foreman: I did what you would have.
Dr. Gregory House: Well, maybe I'm biased, but...
Dr. Eric Foreman: I tortured the kid.
Dr. Gregory House: Because you knew it was right. You knew you were saving his brother.
Dr. Eric Foreman: I know. I don't like that I know. I hate that I can listen to a kid screaming in pain and not even question whether I'm doing the right thing. I hate that in order to be like you as a doctor, I have to be like you as a human being. I don't want to turn into you.
Dr. Gregory House: You're not. You've been like me since you were eight years old.
Dr. Eric Foreman: You'll save more people than I will. But I'll settle for killing less. Consider this my two weeks' notice.