House Recap: "The Social Contract"

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What a great episode of House.

The patient of the week featured a cool, humorous case of frontal lobe inhibition - which resulted in truth-telling that would make House blush - and was played by a great actor, Jay Karnes (Dutch from The Shield).

Meanwhile, the unique bond between Wilson and House was explored in detail via a storyline that involved Wilson's homeless brother.

Enjoy this detailed recap of "The Social Contract."

  • Unusual Friends
  • Kutner, on the Case

Click on the pics above for larger images from this episode. Also, enjoy the following House quotes from the hour:

Dr. Wilson: I'm not always nice. I'm not nice to you.
House: Because you know nice bores me. Hence, still nice. | permalink
Nick: I don't mean to be abrasive. Especially since you're such a pleasure to imagine naked. Again, sorry.
Thirteen: It's okay. | permalink
Kutner: And no marriage either if our patient keeps saying everything that comes into his head without regard for the consequences.
Dr. Wilson: (to House) You always led me to believe you were one of a kind. | permalink
House: The MRI show anything?
Dr. Foreman: Nothing.
House: Good. What fun would that be? | permalink

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