Maybe my wanting to be a mother is like a tone-deaf person wanting to sing opera or a paraplegic who wants to —Dr. And this guy he knew that he wasn't accepted by the staff, didn't even try. It's like they have an instruction book imprinted on their genes, maybe I just didn't get a copy. [writes something on the envelope, gets up, and goes over to the whiteboard] If I'm right, he'll still be alive. [he uses a magnetic paperclip container to hold the envelope in place. [House gets up and starts walking over to Tritter] "Gotta get House cleaned up, get him to show some humility", when it comes to actually doing something you prove that all you care about is bitch slapping a guy who refused to kiss your ass. It might make sense for us to kill the ass that did this to you. Which asses do we get to kill and which asses get to keep on being asses? And pain-free, now that I've stopped using the cane. And find out every hospital and clinic he's ever visited, every city he's ever lived in, and...
We used House's addiction as a symbol of his inability to deal with pain.
He's spent so much time and energy trying to insulate himself, but being in a relationship basically means making yourself twice as vulnerable. He won't let himself really experience what Cuddy's going through; selfishly, he uses the drug to protect himself, and that leaves her--in any real emotional sense -- alone.
“Bombshells” had two major, major plot points: The breakup of Huddy and the re-addiction of House.
What was the rationale behind tackling both of these game-changers in 44 minutes?
Cameron: The point here is to make things simpler, not more complicated. If that kid dies, it's because Foreman was wrong and because you're a coward!
Kids play on the tracks and get electrocuted, and before you know it, trains are backed up all the way to Berlin and you got a bunch of angry Germans with nowhere to go. When the decision really mattered you didn't have the guts to tell him what to do!
House has been clean for a year and a half now, but addiction isn't something that just goes away.
When Cuddy started dating him, she told him she could accept him just the way he was ... And while she's a doctor and knows the reality of his situation, I think she was able to convince herself for a long time that things would turn out OK.
People around that place didn't think he had anything they wanted, except when they needed him - because he was right, which meant that nothing else mattered. I have been trying to get pregnant, and House knew. When I see people with their kids, it's so natural. But that's just me: Always looking on the bright side.
On the envelope is written "THE GAME IS A ITCHY FOOT."]Dr. But the fact is he holds himself back, because when he wants to hurt, he knows just where to poke a sharp stick. Cuddy: I told her her folks might get back together. The nice thing about the abortion debate is that we can quibble over trimesters but ultimately, there's a nice clean line: birth. Of course it's harder to look down Cuddy's shirt, but then the vantage point on her ass has much improved. House: Four, when you cleaned the wound, she flexed into the cleaner instead of away from it.
The staff collectively hatched the notion of Cuddy contemplating various futures with House, each of those futures being a different genre, and those visions ultimately leading to the end of their relationship.