House doesn't want Foreman and Thirteen to be together while they work in the same team and gives them a "split or quit" ultimatum. Until this issue has been settled, House doesn't want a real case. Flipping through some files in the ER, he decides to treat a priest who's lost his faith but nevertheless saw Jesus. Pretty soon however, it turns out to be a real case instead of the no-brainer House thought it would be. Cuddy's throwing her baby a Jewish naming ceremony. She asks House to be there, but it's not clear she actually wants him to come. Written by
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Did You Know?
The piano piece played by Gregory House during the party montage is actually a piece written by Hugh Laurie entitled "Cuddys Serenade." See more
In House's last scene with Wilson, we get a clear view of House's digital wristwatch. The camera cuts to Wilson briefly, then back to House. But in that few seconds, several minutes have elapsed on the wristwatch. See more
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
[Entering Wilson's office
You idiot! I was free and clear. Now he's coming and it's *your* fault!
Dr. James Wilson
Since when has your failed attempts at communication through *lies* become my fault?
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Since you forgot how to keep your mouth shut! You messed it up, and now you fix it! And you're gonna keep my name out of it!
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Written by Mick Jagger
and Keith Richards
Played by Hugh Laurie See more