the usagi incidents

20051208

House 7

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"FIDELITY"

Summary: Two men are out jogging -- one of them returns back to his wife and discovers her dead asleep and brings her to the clinic. The doctors are puzzled by her symptoms. They consider everything from tumors to breast cancer to rabbit fever. When all the treatments fail, House concludes she has African sleeping sickness. However, neither the woman nor her husband could possibly have ever been to Africa. The woman will die without the proper treatment, but neither one will admit to having an affair.

Review: This episode was particularly frustrating, she wouldn't admit to having an affair EVEN WHILE DYING. Guh. However, good plot development with Cameron here as she sobbed in the lab. That backstory was needed - it gave her character finally some more dimension, and she's become one of my most beloved characters now just because she's so damaged. It also goes to say that this episode was FULL of good Houseisms, so let's get to those.

Houseisms from this episode:
House: Ah...
Cameron: What?
House: Husband described her as being unusally irritable recently.
Cameron: And?
House: I didn't realize it was possible for a woman to be "unusally" irritable.
Cameron: Nice try, but you're a misanthrope, not a misogynist.

Dr. Wilson: I'm not gonna date a patient's daughter.
House: Very ethical. Of course, most married men would say they don't date at all.

House: It's a very sad thing, an uncalibrated centrifuge. It makes me cry too.
House: You can't be that good and well-adjusted.
Dr. Cameron: Why?
House: Because you wind up crying over centrifuges.

House: So what's her name and when do I get to meet her?
Dr. Wilson: There's nobody! Give it up!
House: Your lips say no, but your shoes say yes.
Dr. Wilson: They're French. You can't trust a word they say.

Dr. Foreman: How come (House) doesn't ride you guys?
Dr. Chase: He's got a crush on you. He just doesn't know how to show it.

Dr. Foreman: Why are you riding on me?
House: It's what I do. Has it gotten worse lately?
Dr. Foreman: Yeah. Seems to me.
House: Really? Well, that rules out the race thing. You were just as black last week.

Dr. Foreman: We looked at everything else
Dr. Wilson: Did you look at her breasts?
(Cameron glares)
House: Men...

Cuddy: (to House) You're ordering tests to cover your lechery. Interesting.

House: You want to look pretty. At work. (singing) Wilson's got a girlfriend . .

Dr. Wilson: Well. That's what breasts look like.

Samantha: (My breasts) were a present for my husband on his 40th. I figured he'd appreciate them more then a sweater.
House: How sweet.

House: As long as you're trying to be good, you can do whatever you want.
Dr. Wilson: And as long as you're not trying, you can say whatever you want.
House: So between us, we can do whatever we want. We can rule the world!

Dr. Wilson: I love my wife.
House: You certainly love saying it.

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