House: So you busted my nose to keep people off your back.
Dr. Chase: Pretty much.
House: Making people even more worried about you.
Dr. Chase: Maybe. But at least they're not talking to me about it.
House: Fair enough.
Dr. Chase: Cheers.

House: Sorry to inconvenience you. Dying patients can be so thoughtless.
Taub: Don't.
House: Great comeback. Is that Oscar Wilde?

House: Sorry. I can't remember if I mocked you for being a male nurse.
Nurse Jeffrey: I think this counts.
House: Fair enough.

How you manage to elevate your narcissism to beneficence is masterful.

Dr. Wilson

House: I've decided what I'm going to do about Cuddy and Lucas. I'm going to break them up.
Dr. Wilson: Of course.
House: It's given me a purpose in life. A goal, a raison d'etre.
Dr. Wilson: Albeit a selfish, mean-spirited, childish raison
House: I think of it more as benevolent.

Taub: It could be sickle cell.
Dr. Foreman: Guy's white.
Taub: Whites can get it.
House: Come on. We get tennis elbow and all the money. Let them have sickle cell.

House: Put it on Dr. Wilson's tab.
Cashier: I don't know who Dr. Wilson is, and we don't have tabs.
House: Do you know who I am?
Cashier: No.
House: Good. (walks away)

Patient: Are you this rude to all your patients?
House: Yes. Don't think you're special.

There is no "us." There never will be.

Cuddy
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