Dr. Robert Chase : [about the patient] We trached him, endoscopically removed the probe and he's breathing again. So, all in all, great idea.
Dr. Gregory House : Get a look at the pancreas before the world ended?
Dr. Eric Foreman : It was clean.
Dr. Allison Cameron : Which means barring anything else, meaning you, he can go home tomorrow.
Dr. Gregory House : This man nearly died. How can you discharge him?
Dr. Allison Cameron : His throat collapsed because of what we predicted.
Dr. Eric Foreman : You stick something down someone's throat, they gag, spasm which he did. It took us a half an hour to get that thing out.
Dr. Gregory House : Except that our patient's throat was sedated which means the brain should have sent a signal not to do anything. This could be cancer, or some bizarre neuro-degeneration, even a new type of vasculitis...
Dr. Allison Cameron : Stop it.
[stands in House's way]
Dr. Allison Cameron : You're enjoying this.
Dr. Gregory House : I find it interesting.
Dr. Allison Cameron : It's interesting only if you're right. If you're wrong, we're torturing this guy to amuse you.
Dr. Gregory House : [about the patient] Re-do every blood test he's ever had. Re-scan his head.
Dr. Allison Cameron : No.
[House turns around and looks at her]
Dr. Allison Cameron : He's been sick and suffering for 8 years. I'm not going to help you make it worse. I'm not going to help you make it interesting.
Dr. Gregory House : That's okay. Foreman's better at that stuff than you are. We need 5mm cuts through the occipital and hypothalamic regions.
Dr. Eric Foreman : No.
Dr. Robert Chase : [Everyone looks over at Chase] How many millimeters?
Dr. Robert Chase : What about boogers? Should we include boogers?