House: How long has your daughter had trouble breathing?
Fake Dad: About a week now.
House: The best dads wait two or more.
Callie: Yeah, no, it's not like it's serious. I checked online and it's asthma or something.
House: "Or something" is the number one killer of teens without a medical degree.
House: How I miss the sweet smell of stickin' it to the man.
Dr. Wilson: Adams is right. You're protecting this girl.
House: No, I was wrong. It's the stench of moralizing.
Dr. Adams: Do you think people can change?
Dr. Chase: No. But I don't think that's gonna change your opinion, because... people don't change.
Ellen: You must be Dr. House.
House: I save my appearances for when parents are on the brink of doing something incredibly stupid.
Music: Be the Song (Foy Vance)
Canada: January 30, 2012 on Global
Israel: March 7, 2012 on HOT3
Germany: September 11, 2012 on RTL
Sweden: November 6, 2012 on TV4
The Netherlands: January 31, 2013 on SBS6
Czech Republic: February 11, 2013 on TV Nova
Slovakia: March 12, 2013 on STV1
Finland: September 9, 2013 on MTV3
House: That was to show Adams that Mommie Dearest hadn't changed.
Referencing Mommie Dearest, a 1981 film about actress Joan Crawford and her adopted daughter's efforts to please her. It was based on the 1978 book written by her daughter, Christina Crawford.