House's drivers license shows his address to be on Baker Street, the same as Sherlock Holmes. This is the first time that the street address has been confirmed, although 221B was revealed in prior episodes.
House's drivers license reveals his birthday to be May 15, 1959. However, the medical bracelet House was wearing as a patient in "No Reason" showed his birthday to be June 11, 1959; the same as Hugh Laurie's actual birthday.
Dr. Cuddy: You do whatever you want, always.
House: I said I was sorry. I was--I was still half asleep. I wasn't paying attention.
Dr. Cuddy: And you're always right. And I don't mean you always think you're right. But y--you are actually always right, because that's all that matters.
House: That doesn't even make sense. What, you want me to be wrong?
Dr. Cuddy: I want you to care about more than just what you want, what you think. You need me, House. And you may even love me. But you don't care about me. And I deserve someone who does.
House: Who password-protects a computer they keep in a locked desk in a locked office?
Masters: Someone who works with someone who thinks it's okay to break into other people's homes?
House: How often do you use your vibrator?
Carmen: Excuse me?!
House: Your battery-operated Brad Pitt.
House: They're all morons and everybody lies.
Gabe: Wait, if everybody lies, then that means you're lying right now.
House: I didn't say everybody always lies... Aristotle.
Colleen: I clearly didn't lead him along or anything like that, which proves that I'm not a tease. So why is your girlfriend mad at you?
House: I'm getting a kind of bossy vibe. I take it you're into that?
Colleen: Don't answer. Your turn.
Sophie: Isn't that like sexual harassment?
House: Not if you're good-looking.
House: First she got mad, then I stole her computer to fix things. And then we got the case.
Mrs. Corwin: Wait, so you tried to fix your relationship by stealing her computer?
House: Well, when you say it like that... yes.
House: If porn was bad, why would there be so many nuns in it?
Starting from the "Larger Than Life" episode, in the credits, Peter Jacobson's name is swapped with Jesse Spencer's. Now it's swapped again to the place it was at the beginning of the season.
Olivia Wilde is credited but does not appear.
Canada: February 21, 2011 on Global
Australia: March 7, 2011 on Channel Ten
UK: March 10, 2011 on Sky1
Germany: October 4, 2011 on RTL
Czech Republic: November 28, 2011 on TV Nova
Sweden: November 29, 2011 on TV4
Poland: December 1, 2011 on TVP2
Slovakia: May 31, 2012 on STV1
Finland: May 13, 2013 on MTV3
Timmy: Plus, I've seen Pulp Fiction--the movie you're totally ripping off.
Referencing the movie, with the entire room in the first scene with House and Foreman is positioned just like the room in the first scene of Pulp Fiction - the positions of the kids, the burger, Foreman looking in the kitchen, and House standing in front of the door, including the camera angles.
House: Because you can't handle the truth!
Referencing the famous quote spoken by Jack Nicholson from the film A Few Good Men (1992), starring Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, and Jack Nicholson. Cruise plays the role of Lt. Daniel Kaffee as he tries to defend two Marines for the murder of a fellow marine. It culminates with Kaffee confronting his defendants' Commanding Officer, Colonel Nathan Jessop (Nicholson) to admit that he ordered the men to perform a "code red" (extrajudicial punishment) which led to the marine's death.
House: That's what she said!
Referencing The Office, where the expression has become the catchphrase of Michael Scott (Steve Carrell). It's an abbreviated version of a similar British phrase, "said the actress to the bishop," and used when referring to a sexual entendre.
Referencing Ghostbusters, the 1984 Ivan Reitman sci-fi comedy movie about four ghost hunters/exterminators in New York City. It had a sequel in 1989 and two succeeding animated TV series versions.
Timothy: That's from Thunderbolt and Lightfoot.
Referencing the 1974 movie starring Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges respectively in the title roles. The two men are bank robbers, and Thunderbolt uses a 20mm cannon in his robberies to break open safes and armored cars.
Timothy: The Thomas Crown Affair. The Steve McQueen version.
Referencing the 1968 movie starring McQueen as a millionaire businessman who engineers a complicated bank robbery to relieve his boredom. He becomes involved with an insurance investigator who is romantically drawn to him while trying to connect him to the robbery. The movie was remade in 1999.
House: We watched Cinderfella on DVD.
Referencing the 1960 movie starring Jerry Lewis, which reverses the gender of the characters in the traditional fairy tale, Cinderella. Lewis plays the title character, who ends up with Princess Charmine.
House: It would have worked, too, if it weren't for those meddling kids.
Referencing the various Scooby Doo animated television series, starting with Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969). Typically, the villain at the end announces something along the lines of, "And I would have gotten away with it, too, if it wasn't for those meddling kids!"
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