When House and Wilson bet on a boxing match and disagree over the outcome, Wilson gives him exactly one day to pay up or prove him wrong. House presses the boxer for more information to help prove his case and ends up attempting to breathe new life into the losing fighter's career. Meanwhile, the team begins to suspect House may have another type of drug problem. Written by
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When Dr. Eric Foreman tells Dr. Lisa Cuddy about House's latest hijinks, she sarcastically says, "Ma nishtana. . .All those years of medical school and you never went to a seder?. . It's 'Why is this night different from any other night'?" This is the beginning of the Four Questions which are read by the youngest possible person at the table at a Passover Seder. Transliterated, the First Question reads, "Ma nishtana halayla hazeh mikol haleilot?" In this context, Cuddy was saying that she was not surprised by whatever House was up to at the time. See more
Dr. Gregory House
[to Dr. Riggin
If it's worthy of the preface "obviously" then obviously it needs to be explained to an idiot. Do I look like an idiot?... Sorry. Cranky. What I meant to say was why don't scientists have groupies? I'd do you right now, if society wasn't telling me that you're just and underpaid dork.