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.
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House: To put it in terms you might better understand: if you don't split, you must quit. Referencing an iconic line from attorney Johnny Cochran's closing argument in O.J. Simpson's murder trial related to the bloody glove found at the crime scene, "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit." 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. Gregory House
Solving puzzles, saving lives is just collateral damage.
References Ordinary People
Written by Hugh Laurie
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