She’s looking for ways to connect. Sure, they’re self-destructive, juvenile, and insane; but so are you.
The problem with speculation is that you make a speck out of you and some guy named Lation.
Wilson: Every time I go to one of your parties, I end up embarrassing myself in some new and unexpected way.
House: That whole thing with the duck was hardly unexpected.
Cameron: If there is some higher order running the universe, it’s probably so different from anything our species can conceive there’s no point in our even thinking about it….
Foreman: You believe God might exist, but you don’t think about it? It’s the most important issue–
Cameron: I think penguins might as well speculate about nuclear physics.
House: Is it still illegal to perform an autopsy on a living person?
Cuddy: Are you high?
House: If it’s Tuesday, I’m wasted.
Cuddy: It’s Wednesday.
I know the empty ring finger. And that obsessive nature of yours, that’s a big secret. You don’t risk jail and your career just to save somebody who doesn’t want to be saved unless you got something, anything, one thing. The reason normal people got wives and kids and hobbies, whatever. That’s because they don’t got that one thing that hits them that hard and that true. I got music, you got this. The thing you think about all the time, the thing that keeps you south of normal. Yeah, makes us great, makes us the best. All we miss out on is everything else. No woman waiting at home after work with the drink and the kiss, that ain’t gonna happen for us…. When it’s over, it’s over.
When I hired you, I knew you were insane. I will continue to try and stop you from doing insane things, but once they’re done– Trying to convince an insane person not to do insane things is, in itself, insane, so when I hired you I also set aside $50,000 a year for legal expenses. So far you’ve come in under budget.
Wilson: I never bother to wash new clothes before I wear them.
House: Right, your wife does. She wants you to feel nice and comfortable.
Wilson: Hey! I’m a man. I don’t have time for laundry; I’m saving lives here. No, she doesn’t wash them either.
House: So your skin absorbs a little dye, the odd chemical here and there…
Wilson: Well, you know me. Always living on the edge.
Religion is not the opiate of the masses; religion is the placebo of the masses.
You’re a wuss. Part wimp, part puss.
You’re going to spend one day of your life on your deathbed. The other 25,000 are the ones we should be worrying about.