House: You did time. Means your license is suspended. Which means your leave of absence is definitely indefinite. What exactly are you going back to?
Thirteen: I'd only have to serve up fries until the medical board hearing.
House: I stand corrected. You obviously have a rich, full life waiting for you. I'll slow down the car and you can roll out.
Thirteen: You're married?
House: You were gone so long.
Thirteen: What's this really all about, House? As convincing as I find your deep devotion to vegetable trajectory.
Thirteen: This interrogation thing is getting annoying.
House: Studies have shown that un-annoying interrogation is 50% less effective.
Dr. Foreman: I don't know how you do it. Is it the cute, harmless vibe, the self-deprecating humor, or just straight-up roofies?
Taub: If you're interested, I do seminars.
House: (as Thirteen changes in the bathroom) You know that I'm a doctor. Any interest I have in the human body is purely clinical.
Thirteen: Yeah, that line never works for me.
House: That line always works for you.
Taub: I was doing you a solid with the sofa. Rachel wanted to do it in your bed. You've got the memory foam top.
Dr. Foreman: Let's make this really simple. If I own it, I don't want you doing it on it.
Taub: You might want to get rid of your kitchen table.
Thirteen: (on the phone) There's another option.
Dr. Foreman: House, who's that?
Dr. Foreman: Sounded a lot like Thirteen.
House: It's a Thirteen Tribute band with their new song, "I've Got a Better Theory Than Masters'."
House: (to Thirteen) I'll kill you. When the time comes, if you want me to. I'll do it now if you like. I think I've got a baseball bat in the back.
Lisa Edelstein and Robert Sean Leonard are credited but don't appear.
Music: In the Dirt (S. Carey)
Canada: April 11, 2011 on Global
UK: April 21, 2011 on Sky1
Australia: May 23, 2011 on Channel Ten
Germany: November 8, 2011 on RTL
Poland: January 5, 2012 on TVP2
Sweden: February 7, 2012 on TV4/TV4HD
Czech Republic: February 13, 2012 on TV Nova
Slovakia: July 19, 2012 on STV1
Finland: June 17, 2013 on MTV3
House: Hey, Harriet the Spy.
Referencing the 1964 children's novel by Louise Fitzhugh about 11-year-old Harriet M. Welsch, who spies on her friends. When they find out, they ostracize her and form their own Spy Catcher Club to find ways to get back at her. The novel was made into a movie in 1996.
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