I'm unfixable. Not you.

Cameron [to Chase]

Chase: Did you ever love me?!?
Cameron: I don't know.
Chase: Thank you for finally telling me.

I loved you and I loved Chase - and I feel sorry for both of you. Because there's no way back for either of you.

We need to get away from Princeton Plainsboro.

Cameron: You hate coincidence.
House: We reconciled. It was a whole thing.

Dr. Cameron: I just don't see why you have to deny it.
Dr. Chase: I'm not.
Dr. Cameron: Now you're denying you're denying.
Dr. Chase: No, I'm denying that there's anything to deny.

Cameron: You know how House feels about people touching his ball.
Foreman: No, Chase refuses to tell me.

Thirteen: I guess we'll just continue to twiddle our thumbs.
House: God, I hope that's an euphemism.
Dr. Cameron: How am I supposed to do a lumbar puncture on a patient with intractable hiccups?
House: I'm trying to figure out what that could be a euphemism for.

Dr. Chase: Office romances are a bad idea. We beat some very long odds.
Dr. Cameron: Wow, why don't you save the gushy stuff for the wedding.

Dr. Cameron: What did Cuddy want?
House: I kinda hit that last night, so now she's all on my jock.
Thirteen: Wow, she looks pretty good for someone on roofies.

Dr. Cameron: I apologize if it looked like we weren't devoting our full attention to your daughter, but I assure you that we...
Mrs. Simms: Oh please, save your pathetic insincerity for your boyfriend.
House: You're wrong! She is in fact pathetically sincere.

Dr. Cameron: You really never did any drugs?
Dr. Foreman: Now this is gonna be a racial thing.
Dr. Cameron: Deflecting a personal question with a joke. Gee, who do I know that does that?
Dr. Foreman: Yeah, I'm just like him. Except for the angry, bitter, pompous, cripple part.
Dr. Cameron: Maybe we should all pitch in and get you a nice cane. You've already got the matching gym shoes.

House Quotes

You know another really good business? Teeny tiny baby coffins. You can get them in frog green or fire engine red. Really. The antibodies in yummy mummy only protect the kid for six months, which is why these companies think they can gouge you. They think that you'll spend whatever they ask to keep your kid alive. Want to change things? Prove them wrong. A few hundred parents like you decide they'd rather let their kid die than cough up forty bucks for a vaccination, believe me, prices will drop really fast.

House

You're an ass!

Dr. Adams