House: You pulled my authorization.
Cuddy: Yes, why are you yelling?
House: No MRIs, no imaging studies, no labs.
Cuddy: You also can’t make long distance phone calls.
House: If you’re gonna fire me at least have the guts to face me.
Cuddy: Or photocopies; you’re still yelling.
House: I’m ANGRY! You’re risking a patient’s life.
Cuddy: I assumethose are two separate points.
House: You showed me disrespect, you embarrassed me and as long as I’m still work here youhave…[interrupted]
Cuddy: Is your yelling designed to scare me because I’m not sure what I’m supposed to bescaredof. More yelling? That’s not scary. That you’re gonna hurt me? That’s scary, but I’m prettysure I can outrun ya.
Cuddy: Oh, I looked into that philosopheryou quoted, Jagger, and you’re right, “You can’talways get what you want,” but as it turns out “if you try sometimes you get what you need.”
House: So, because you want me to treat patients, you aren’t letting me treat patients.
Cuddy: I need you to do your job.