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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House Quotes

People don't get what they deserve. They just get what they get. There's nothing any of us can do about it.


Dr. Wilson: I'm not here for an argument, House.
House: No. Right. That's room 12A.