Dr. Wilson: [to House] I treat patients for months, maybe years! Not weeks, like you!
Dr. Gregory House: I'm taller.
Dr. Eric Foreman: He has... acute scrotum.
Dr. Gregory House: Adorable. Please... much more dignified.
Dr. Gregory House: C'mon, how am I not supposed to make that joke?
Dr. Gregory House: [sees cane store owner brought out] Bitchinnnnn...
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 take a moment to 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.
Dr. Allison Cameron: [to Wilson] No way we can solve this that fast. You need to find another donor.
Dr. Wilson: They're African-American. It makes it nearly impossible to find a full match.
Dr. Gregory House: Tell me about it. I can't even find the one I've got working for me. Where is Foreman?
Scott: So e... exactly h... how sick are you gonna make Matty?
Dr. Wilson: He could get quite ill. This certainly won't be a pleasant experience for anyone, but it's our onl...
Dr. Gregory House: [interrupts] Ever get caught in the rain without an umbrella? That's all we're talking about here. Sign the form.
Dr. Wilson: It's a little more complicated than that. We'll also be doing leukapheresis. We run Matty's blood through a machine that filters out his white blood cells.
Claudia: But without his white cells, how can he get better in time?
Dr. Wilson: We'll pump the white blood cells back as soon as we have a diagnosis. Then we should be able to cure the infection in time to do the transplant.
Scott: But you can't guarantee?
Dr. Gregory House: We're not GM! No recalls, no rebates. Any more questions while your son's life slips away?
Dr. Gregory House: [to Cuddy] Wilson's right, Foreman's wrong and your shirt is way too revealing for the office.
Scott: Open-heart surgery?
Dr. Gregory House: If you want both kids to live, it's the only choice.
Dr. Wilson: Due to the valve replacement, Matty will have to be on blood thinners to prevent potential clots.
Scott: For how long?
Dr. Wilson: Forever. He couldn't participate in contact sports because of the risk of hemorrhage.
Claudia: What about the marrow registry? Maybe they'll find a match.
Dr. Gregory House: Maybe they'll ride it here on a unicorn.
Dr. Eric Foreman: The family has one kid with leukemia and one with autoimmune. Wouldn't stand next to them in a rainstorm.
Dr. Gregory House: That's your argument? It sucks for them?
Dr. Allison Cameron: [to House] Are you okay?
Dr. Gregory House: I just tripped over Wilson's self-righteousness.
Dr. Allison Cameron: Nick's starting to deteriorate fast. He's got bruising all over his arms.
Dr. Robert Chase: Capillaries are leaking blood. If it happens in his brain, he's dead.
Dr. Allison Cameron: We've got to go with the 4 out of 6 donor.
Dr. Gregory House: Hmm. Did I mention my concerns about 4 being less than 6? Wilson's first wife ignored a similar issue. Of course, that time, it was only fatal to their marriage.
Dr. Wilson: Foreman screwed us.
Dr. Gregory House: No! You screwed us. What is the point in being able to control people if you won't actually do it? It's like training a dog and then letting him go on your rug which, by the way...
Dr. Wilson: Once Foreman got his mitts on them, there was no way...
Dr. Gregory House: You don't explain chances and probabilities. You lie to them. You tell them Foreman's a moron which isn't even much of a lie right now.
Dr. Wilson: You gotta to talk to him.
Dr. Gregory House: I got no problem with what Foreman did.
Dr. Wilson: He undercut us and he may have cost that kid his life!
Dr. Gregory House: [stops walking and turns to face Wilson] Well, he did what he thought was right! You, on the other hand, sucked out! When the decision really mattered, you didn't have the guts to tell them what to do! If that kid dies, it's because Foreman was wrong and because you're a coward!