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Dr. Gregory House
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Dr. Eric Foreman
Dr. Robert Chase
Dr. Allison Cameron
Dr. James Wilson
During his last session of clinic duty, House places the cat, fire truck, fire fighter and police man on the table. Why would all these toys still be in the clinic? Wouldn't the teenager have taken then home with him?
During clinic duty, House tells the teenager that "he better clean it (the toy) before he allows his brother to play with it again." But in the next shot where he's placing it on the table, it's clean.
At the end of the episode when House walks into the conference room where his team is, he stands in front of the whiteboard which is covered in writing from the previous patient. The camera then changes to Wilson in the hallway who's looking inside and then back to House who has made no movement. House then begins to speak to his team and all the writing on the whiteboard has been erased.
Dr. Cameron: Did House seem weird to you?
Dr. Chase: Were you expecting him to be weird?
Dr. Cameron: We spoke...about how we felt.
Dr. Chase: You told him you liked him?
Dr. Cameron: No, of course not.
Dr. Chase: Wh-What are you talking about then?
Dr. Cameron: I asked him if he liked me.
Dr. Chase: Why would you do that?
Dr. Cameron: Because...(sighs) I like him.
(cruising in the '65 Corvette)
Dr. Wilson: Seriously, man, have you ever actually driven an automobile before? There are four gears, you know.
House: The '66 came with a shut-up button.
Dr. Wilson: You can't keep it (the Corvette). It's graft.
House: No, no, no, no! Graft is if I tell them I'll only make him better if he slips me a couple of bucks or pay-off for something I'm not supposed to do. If I'd asked for the payoff, which I didn't. I would have done the bad thing anyway. So, there's nothing wrong with this.
Dr. Wilson: Right.
House: Damn! '65 perfectly restored. What do you think a guy like Joey would do if someone turned down a gift? That's kind of an insult, isn't it?
Dr. Wilson: He might hurt you. It's definitely possible.
House: I'm screwed. Gotta take the car.
House: Somebody told Vogler that I lied to the transplant committee.
Dr. Foreman: You think I did?
House: You're too careful. You wouldn't jump ship unless you knew what was in the water.
Dr. Foreman: Stop, you're embarrassing me.
House: So, just Joey? I was hoping for a nickname. Joey Mango, Joey the Wrench.
Bill: This is so bizarre.
Dr. Chase: Not really. We just take Joey's blood out of his body and run it through a pig. The pig's liver does what Joey's can't. It cleans the blood. Which we send right back to him.
Bill: And the pig makes him better?
Chase: Nope. Just buys us some time to figure out what's poisoning your brother.
Bill: Like nothin'. Like you do this all the time.
Dr. Chase: Oh, we've basically got a barn in the basement.
Dr. Chase: The hematoma caused the coma.
House: That's a catchy diagnosis. You could dance to that.
House: (to Cuddy) Good thing you fought for me though, right? Dress was a nice move, but you got to follow it up. Nasty weekend in Vegas, something that shows off your real... "administrative skills."
Bill: Joey is not gay.
House: Maybe not gay, but certainly delightful.
House: But I have a theory. There is one chemical that, if ingested, it causes a person's estrogen level to increase dramatically.
Bill: What is it?
House: It's called...estrogen.
Dr. Chase: You can trust me.
House: Problem is, if I can't trust you, I can't trust your statement that I can trust you. But thanks anyway - you've been a big help.
Henry: (My brother) is not too smart.
House: Genetics is a powerful force.
House: Cancel the thumbscrews. I've got our culprit.
House: Not who. Hu.
House: Thanks for playing along.
Dr. Foreman: Does it hurt when you're with House? Little pain in the tummy, but it sort of feels good, too?
Dr. Cameron: I don't have the right to show interest in someone?
Dr. Foreman: You absolutely do. And I absolutely have the right to humiliate you for it.
Dr. Cameron: Cross off hemlock.
Dr. Forman: You thought he was being poisoned with hemlock? Dr. Eurpides tell you to check for that?
Dr. Foreman: Your diabolic plan to convince the evil genius he's in the clear so he'll let his guard down and make a fatal mistake, sure.
House: Well it's clearly not going to work now.
Dr. Chase: What evil genius?
House: If we knew that, we wouldn't need a diabolic plan, would we?
House: You know, they're gangsters, sure, but they're thoughtful, too.
House: My car has been stolen.
Dr. Wilson: (sees House's new car) Or... reincarnated.
Bill: Your people insulted my brother.
House: What? Romano in the Parmesan cheese shaker again?
Vogler: Well, this is not a team. It's not a boat, not a machine that has a lot of parts of it that have to work together. The metaphors are all crap. This is a business - that's all it is.
Dr. Chase: Okay, and why is (Cameron's) test better then mine?
House: Because she's cuter.
Dr. Foreman: What's wrong with the timing?
House: You get home one night - your wife hits you with a baseball bat. Likely causes: the fact that you hadn't thanked her for dinner in eight years, or the receipt for fur handcuffs that she found in your pants. Sudden onset equals proximate cause.
Vogler: Da-da-da-Dr. House in the house!
House: But unless I've been named as the fourth part of the axis of evil, invaded, and occupied, this is still not a democracy. He's staying.
Dr. Foreman: I say we evacuate the cavity, see if he wakes up.
House: The neurologist thinks it's his brain and wants to open up his head. Frankly I'm shocked. And you get to use the big-boy drill in Daddy's big red tool box.
Bill: His name's Joey - he's my only brother.
House: He's important to you. Got it. So no placebos for him – we'll use the real medicine. Well, this was fun - let's do it again soon.
House: Jail. You'd like that. No more naughty schoolgirl. Conjugal visit - that's (Cuddy's) new fantasy.
House: I need the lawyer.
Vogler: Who'd you kill?
House: Nobody. But it's not even lunch.
Dr. Cuddy: House has been very busy...
Vogler: Saving New Jersey from leprosy - yes, I know.
Music: The song that plays when House and Wilson are driving in House's new car is "Crazy World" by Daniel Moynahan.
The basketball game that Joey Smith was watching at the beginning of the episode was a recording of a game between Oregon State and Arizona. However the play-by-play did not match the real-life game.
The game House has for his Nintendo D.S. is Metroid Prime: Hunters, but again, the sound effects are wrong.
Dr. Foreman: You thought he was being poisoned by Hemlock? Dr. Euripides tell you to check the guy?
In Ancient Greece, Hemlock was a a famous poison plant used to poison condemned prisoners. The Greek philosopher Socrates, died by Hemlock poisoning. The playwriter, Euripides, grew up around Socrates and most likely knew about Hemlock poisoning resulting in the death of Socrates.
House: Our friend Babe helped with that one...
Referencing the famous pig from the movie of the same name.
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