House M.D. Quotes: Relationship between House & Cameron
Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) convinces Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) to take on a difficult case. FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY Credit: Danny. If Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) has to be with someone—because you know the The debate seems to pop up where House, M.D. fans gather, and we've Although it may seem that House and Cameron's relationship will go no. It's the question that House's "Chameron" fans been asking ever since it was House Scoop: Will Chase Reunite With Cameron In Series Finale? .. there would never be a relationship after witnessing House's feelings for Stacy The three first seasons of Dr House were the best and Cameron was in all.
The problem is, the world doesn't work that way just 'cause you want it to. Figures you'd stall and refuse to deal with the issue. Problem is, the world doesn't go away just because you want it to. Apparently you seem to think it'll mean a lot to me to know that. God already knows that. I mean, that's great, but just so you know, I've never made a tree.
To be grateful for what I receive. People pray so that God won't crush them like bugs. I'm not gonna crush you. I am not warm and fuzzy and you are basically a stuffed animal made by grandma.
I don't think that's why you're asking. I think it's because of the speech.
What do you want to hear? Is this another noble, self-sacrificing gesture?
You trying to protect Foreman? You asked me why I like you. You're abrasive and rude, but I figured everything you do, you do it to help people.
But I was wrong. You do it because it's right. There are only two ways I can deal with things.
One is in my control. I can do that. I already accepted a position somewhere else. He's pedantic and preachy.
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A car allowance, better parking space? And not just a meal between two colleagues. Young, ingenue doctor falling in love with gruff, older mentor; her sweet gentle nature bringing him to a closer, fuller understanding of his wounded heart. I'm not expecting you to be someone you're not. If not small talk, what is there? Like an eighth-grade boy punching a girl. Given your Freudian theory, what does it mean if I start being nice to you? So there's absolutely nothing I can do to make you think that I don't like you.
I have one evening with you, one chance, and I don't want to waste it talking about what wines you like or what movies you hate. I want to know how you feel about me. I would love to watch a relationship between these two unique characters and see how much more we can learn about them and how their relationship will blossom.
And if all else fails, we just have to remember that House kissed back!
They are intelligent, quick-witted, passionate and, perhaps most importantly, they carry quite the healthy respect for one another. Little about them is sappy. They know where they stand in the world and aren't afraid to speak their minds.
The only thing I hate about their story is that it was only able to last pages. Therefore, one must turn to modern couples on television to fill the void that Benedick and Beatrice have left behind. As it happens, I've only found one such couple to sate my need for snappy snark: Gregory House and Lisa Cuddy.House and Cameron - Did you ever really love me?
While I respect and understand the other House ships, it's very hard for me to imagine House with anyone but Cuddy No one has come closer than Cuddy to understanding how House's mind works—not even Wilson, as was evident after House's ketamine treatment and during the Tritter drama. She gets that he's never going to fit the mold, no matter how hard anyone tries to get him to, and she respects that.
And how could anyone doubt the love Cuddy has for House after that smile at the end of the episode "Ugly"? Or how she was holding his hand at the end of "Wilson's Heart"? And House loves Cuddy. He keeps her secrets, as we saw during her baby arc. He protects her, as seen in "The Right Stuff" when he wouldn't tell her what he was doing with his patient so that she wouldn't be liable. And he respects her.
No man would stand up to Cuddy like he does if he didn't realize that he could lose every argument. House and Cuddy are not the perfect couple, but what couple is? I think, especially after the events of "House's Head" and "Wilson's Heart," House is going to need someone in his life who accepts him for who he is and understands how he thinks.
That person is Lisa Cuddy. Emily In the season-four episode "Don't Ever Change," Wilson wonders what about his relationship with Amber is bothering House so much. Later agreeing that Amber is the female "proxy" for House, Wilson tells him, "Why not date you?