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(SNIFFING)
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(SNIFFING)
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What time?
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(SNIFFING)
4:30.
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Why so late?
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Make-up test
in social studies.
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Did you invite
Shelby for Saturday?
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No.
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Do you want me to call her?
Yeah, that'd be great.
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You calling
a 12-year-old girl
for a sleepover.
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It'll be fine.
Make you a deal.
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I'll call a friend
when you call a friend.
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(SIGHS)

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It's your birthday.
Do what you want.
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Thank you. Bye.
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Bye.
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(SCOFFS)
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<i>(VOICES CHATTERING)</i>
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(DOOR OPENS)
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What did you forget?
Nothing.
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Then why'd you come back?
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'Cause I live here.
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Come on, Samantha,
you're gonna be
late for school.
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What are you talking about?
It's 4:30.
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Are you okay?
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I...
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Tired, I guess.

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SAMANTHA: What's wrong?
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I don't know.
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CUDDY: Right.
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That's all I need to know.
You're late! Okay, bye.
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37-year-old male
with recurring blackouts.
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Tell him to switch
from tequila to bourbon.
Worked for me.
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The three doctors
he's already seen already
ruled out drugs and alcohol.
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Then it's epilepsy.
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Tell him to buy
a hockey helmet and...
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EEG's clean, so is the CT.
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Relax. Just because
you got approved
by an adoption agency
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doesn't mean you'll get
approved by the birth mother.
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You're a single mom.
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That puts you somewhere
below couples acquitted
in day care scandals.
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You're welcome,
Dr. House.
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It is an interesting case.
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What time are you
seeing the mom?
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Are you having
your guy follow me?
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I just trashed your
social value as a mother,
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and all I got
was a little sarcasm.
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It means you don't feel
the need to defend yourself,
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which means
you're not worried
about getting a kid,
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which means
you've already got one.
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We're meeting at 11:00.
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She's due to deliver


a baby girl in two weeks.
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Well, I'm sure the mom
will be thrilled to hand her
crack baby off to a doctor.
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She's not a crack baby.
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No, mother's
perfectly healthy.
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She just had to give up
the baby in order
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to continue her work
on the human genome.
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She confessed
to some past meth use.
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What they don't confess
to is almost always
more interesting.
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This is a mistake.
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Because a kid you don't know
may have some problems
you don't know about
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that she may have
passed on to a kid...
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Because you're
a control-seeking narcissist,
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which is fine,
good even, in some jobs,
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but you're not
equipped to handle a real kid,
never mind a factory second.
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Where are you meeting her?
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In a little place
called, "Follow me,
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"and your urologist will be
buying himself a new yacht."
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They explained
the returns policy, right?
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It's worse than video games.
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I'm not changing my mind.
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THIRTEEN: Could be
post-concussion syndrome.
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Not without a pre-concussion.
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HOUSE: Pick a number.
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For what?
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Cuddy pool. She got the nod.
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Little tweaker's
due in fourteen days.
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That's great news. I think.
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HOUSE: It's good news.
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The great news is she
insisted that she's not
gonna change her mind,
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which means
she's actually thought
about changing her mind,
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which means she's not sure
she's ready to be a mom,
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which means
she's not ready to be a mom,
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which means
she's gonna change her mind.
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The only question is when.
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$100 buy-in,
less than seven means
the next seven days.
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But she's been
dying for a kid
for three years.
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No way she's gonna
back out now.
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Not one of the options.
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Mini strokes can cause
blackouts and memory loss.
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Nine hours is a lot of time
to be out for a mini stroke.
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And there'd be
residual damage
on the CT.
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THIRTEEN: The guy
works at home
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as a consumer
product tester.
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He could've been exposed
to a toxin that caused
short-term memory loss.
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Wouldn't show up on imaging.
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A cavernous sinus thrombosis
could cause absence seizures
and memory loss.
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I'll take seven to fourteen.
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We have a player.
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You just said
it was great news.
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Now you want


to bet against her?
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It's only great news
if she wants
it to be great news.
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House knows her
better than any of us.
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I'd rather use a pseudonym.
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Good thinking.
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I say she's gonna
meet the mom and bolt.
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I'm going for the early fold.
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Check his home for toxins,
and his sinuses
for thrombosises.
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Maybe he OD'd on caffeine.
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Apparently he didn't
drink the coffee,
just smelled it.
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Wow.
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Did they just move here?
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(SIGHING) Six years ago.
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This is no way
to raise a kid.
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He's a single dad.
I'm sure he's doing his best.
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(SIGHS)
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Which is why single people
shouldn't have kids.
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You got a problem
with what Cuddy's doing?
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You think single
mothers can't...
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I think the traditional
family is a fraud.
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Even married moms
are single moms.
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Daddy just pays some
bills and reads just
enough bedtime stories
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to not kill himself
out of guilt.
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My dad was great.
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After my mom died, he...
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He might be the exception.

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On the other hand,
you are fairly screwed up.
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No booze,
no meds,
no drugs.
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TAUB: And no view.
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The building's half empty.
He'd rather a view of the
turnpike than the park.
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Park views
are probably
50% more.
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You're surprised the guy's
a pragmatist after looking
at this place?
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The guy's not a pragmatist,
he's a flagellant.
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Mmm.
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Looks like mold.
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Mom would have
cleaned better.
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THIRTEEN: Exposure to certain
types of mold can cause
short-term memory loss.
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We're testing both of you.


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I feel fine.
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I'm sure you are.
We're just being cautious.
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So, where do you guys go,
other than home and school?
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Nowhere. Dad works at home,
and I go to school.
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What about sports,
friends, travel?
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Like I said,
Dad works at home,
and I go to school.
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Must be hard not having
your mom around, huh?
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I was only four when
the accident happened.
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Still, I'm sure you
both miss her sometimes.
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Not really.
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You're strong.
No, I just don't get
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what the big deal
about death is, you know?

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Yeah.
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How is she?
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Physically, she's fine.
Mentally, she's weird.
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I'm sure she's just
freaked out about
her dad. Mr. Harmon?
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Mr. Harmon?
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Where are you going?
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(ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)
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I have an appointment.
I have to go.
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We haven't finished
with your treatment,
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and we're still waiting
on some test results.
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I have an appointment.
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I'm sorry, you're gonna
have to reschedule.
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I really have to go.

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Mr. Harmon, do you
know where you are?
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Why are you
trying to stop me?
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Look at his eyes.
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THIRTEEN: Is he
having a seizure?
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His pupils are responsive.
I think he's asleep.
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TAUB: He was just asleep.
It means no memory loss.
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And sleepwalking doesn't kill,
unless he walks out a window.
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Sleepwalking's
not a diagnosis,
it's a symptom.
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As long as we can't
figure out why...
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Stress-induced insomnia.
Lots of people sleepwalk.
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Not in the middle of the day
before they've even put
their head on a pillow.
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Could be some
sort of narcolepsy.

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HOUSE: Which is caused by...
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There's usually
a genetic history.
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HOUSE: Or?
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If you know the answer,
can you tell us the answer?
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I don't know the answer.
Which brings us back to "Or?"
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Some sort of
environmental trigger.
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Which means?
It's a toxin.
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So we are?
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Being led down
an annoying path.
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I honestly don't know
where this is going.
Just following the clues.
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TAUB: We're right back
where we started.
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The mold we found
doesn't cause these symptoms,
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and there's nothing
else at his home.
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And?
And you're obnoxious.
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He never goes
anywhere else.
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Which we know because?
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Because he says so.
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Because his daughter says so.
Because they have
no reason to lie.
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Which proves he never
goes anywhere else
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when
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he's...
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Conscious.
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Oh, my God,
you're right.
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He said he had
an appointment.
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HOUSE: Next time,
let him keep it.

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Send him home, see where
his dreams take him.
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Becca?
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Dr. Cuddy?
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Lisa. Nice to meet you.
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Oh! You want one?
No, thanks.
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I can't stop eating them.
I guess it's,
like, a craving.
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I must have,
like, a dozen a day.
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And this is decaf.
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How have you
been feeling?
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Uh... You know,
tired, fat, nervous.
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Is there anything
you want to ask me?
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Yeah, actually,
I just have one question.
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What are you

going to call her?


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I'm not sure.
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It's all been rather
sudden, you know?
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I like Joy.
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But as I said,
I haven't really
decided yet.
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(SIGHS)
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Well, is there anything
you want to ask me?
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It's okay.
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The agency website
is filled with
prospective parents.
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There are their photos,
their biographies.
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There're so many
wonderful people
out there.
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Wonderful couples.
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Why did I choose
a single mom?

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My grandmother was married
for 37 years to a man that
treated her like garbage,
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and my mom would've
stayed married to
my loser dad that long,
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but he dumped her.
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You know, I never understood
how you could fall for
the same crap as your mother.
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Then I met Tony.
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When I read your bio,
a doctor,
a head of a hospital.
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When I saw
your picture...
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I don't want her
raised by a loser.
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How long have you
had that rash?
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I don't know,
a few days.
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Have you had
any joint pain?
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Yeah, I'm pregnant.

All my joints hurt.


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They shouldn't all hurt.
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Have you been using?
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Not in seven months.
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Not since I found out
I was pregnant.
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That needs
to be checked out.
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You sure you don't
want children?
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You know, just because
we're stuck here,
and I'm lying down,
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doesn't mean
we need to get deep.
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You're afraid you'll
make the same mistake
you made with your wife?
247
00:13:02,748 --> 00:13:05,876
Get caught taking some
other kid to a ball game?
248
00:13:05,951 --> 00:13:07,316
I like my life as it is.
249
00:13:07,386 --> 00:13:08,910
(MONITOR BLEEPING)
250

00:13:08,988 --> 00:13:10,080


Alpha waves increasing.
251
00:13:10,156 --> 00:13:11,180
TAUB: Any change in demeanor?
252
00:13:11,257 --> 00:13:12,986
No, nothing.
He just got up.
253
00:13:13,058 --> 00:13:16,050
Maybe it's a result
of a blood pressure change.
254
00:13:16,128 --> 00:13:18,722
Delta waves.
Out of nowhere.
255
00:13:19,665 --> 00:13:22,395
He's now asleep.
256
00:13:23,302 --> 00:13:24,792
Brain's supposed
to turn off motor function.
257
00:13:24,870 --> 00:13:28,067
If the brain was doing what
it was supposed to be doing,
we wouldn't be here.
258
00:13:28,140 --> 00:13:29,607
He's leaving. Come on.
259
00:13:31,610 --> 00:13:34,374
CAMERON: She's 38 weeks.
You think it's
Fifth disease?
260
00:13:34,446 --> 00:13:35,970
What's that?
It's a viral infection.
261
00:13:36,048 --> 00:13:37,037
It can infect the fetus.
262
00:13:37,116 --> 00:13:38,879
Usually in the first
20 weeks of pregnancy,

263
00:13:38,951 --> 00:13:40,748
and in women
who have trouble with
their immune system.
264
00:13:40,820 --> 00:13:43,380
History of drug use
could have compromised
her immune system.
265
00:13:43,455 --> 00:13:45,923
I told you I haven't used
anything in seven months.
266
00:13:45,991 --> 00:13:47,788
It does look more
like a heat rash to me.
267
00:13:47,860 --> 00:13:51,853
Yes, well,
maybe we want to look
at the actual blood tests.
268
00:13:52,698 --> 00:13:53,892
Of course.
269
00:13:54,900 --> 00:13:56,891
Does she work for you?
Yeah.
270
00:13:58,003 --> 00:14:00,130
Everybody here
works for you?
271
00:14:01,740 --> 00:14:04,334
When this happens
for real, are you okay
to deliver here?
272
00:14:04,410 --> 00:14:06,344
Yeah, sure.
Good.
273
00:14:07,546 --> 00:14:10,014
Blood work's normal.
274
00:14:10,082 --> 00:14:11,106

Test it again.
275
00:14:11,183 --> 00:14:12,980
Tested it twice.
276
00:14:13,052 --> 00:14:15,077
I'll get you some
topical cream
for that rash.
277
00:14:15,154 --> 00:14:16,883
I'm admitting her.
278
00:14:18,357 --> 00:14:19,483
There's nothing
wrong with her.
279
00:14:19,558 --> 00:14:21,822
There are dozens
of other things
this rash could indicate.
280
00:14:21,894 --> 00:14:23,361
I want a full
fetal workup.
281
00:14:25,164 --> 00:14:28,463
You're losing it.
That's what happens
when you have kids.
282
00:14:28,534 --> 00:14:32,402
Ceaseless crying and nagging
leads to irrational fears.
283
00:14:32,471 --> 00:14:35,133
It's impressive that you
didn't wait for the actual
crying and nagging.
284
00:14:35,207 --> 00:14:38,142
She had a lace-patterned
rash, joint pain and
a history of drug abuse.
285
00:14:38,210 --> 00:14:39,837
You would've done
exactly the same thing.

286
00:14:39,912 --> 00:14:41,675
And I'd be
an excellent father.
287
00:14:41,747 --> 00:14:43,112
(SCOFFING)
288
00:14:43,182 --> 00:14:45,150
Hey, what are you doing?
289
00:14:45,217 --> 00:14:46,377
Baby barf.
290
00:14:46,452 --> 00:14:49,046
Maternity ward was
handing out free samples.
291
00:14:50,723 --> 00:14:51,951
Well played, sir.
292
00:14:52,024 --> 00:14:54,219
You leave me
no choice but to change.
293
00:14:54,293 --> 00:14:55,555
My clothes, not my mind.
294
00:14:55,628 --> 00:14:57,186
That's exactly my point.
295
00:14:57,263 --> 00:14:58,252
It's not gonna
be me and a cup.
296
00:14:58,330 --> 00:14:59,422
It's gonna be
eight times a day.
297
00:14:59,498 --> 00:15:01,966
If you can't handle
wearing that stain,
you can't handle a baby.
298
00:15:02,034 --> 00:15:03,228
Why do you even care?
299

00:15:03,302 --> 00:15:05,293


It's not like I'm ever
gonna ask you to baby-sit.
300
00:15:05,371 --> 00:15:06,895
I'm a humanitarian.
301
00:15:13,412 --> 00:15:14,572
We should stop him.
302
00:15:14,647 --> 00:15:15,671
THIRTEEN: The whole
point was to...
303
00:15:15,748 --> 00:15:17,579
Let him plow into
some innocent bystander?
304
00:15:17,650 --> 00:15:20,710
His legs are working.
Obviously his eyes
are working, too.
305
00:15:20,786 --> 00:15:22,219
TAUB: His reaction time
could be slower.
306
00:15:22,288 --> 00:15:23,277
THIRTEEN: He's stopping.
307
00:15:23,355 --> 00:15:24,481
Yeah, I see.
308
00:15:25,891 --> 00:15:27,722
He's having sleep sex.
309
00:15:27,793 --> 00:15:28,953
Maybe.
310
00:15:29,028 --> 00:15:31,019
Pull up to her.
I know.
311
00:15:40,005 --> 00:15:41,336
What'd that guy want?
312
00:15:41,407 --> 00:15:42,874

Piss off.
313
00:15:42,942 --> 00:15:44,500
Go after him.
She's not a hooker.
314
00:15:44,576 --> 00:15:45,600
How do you know?
315
00:15:45,678 --> 00:15:46,838
THIRTEEN: Do you want me
to describe the clues,
316
00:15:46,912 --> 00:15:50,279
or do you want to stop him
before he finishes off
the drugs he just bought?
317
00:16:04,196 --> 00:16:06,061
Apparently,
Rip's a coke fiend.
318
00:16:14,106 --> 00:16:17,803
So, Sleeping Beauty
has a jones for Snow White.
319
00:16:17,876 --> 00:16:19,468
Coke explains
the narcolepsy,
320
00:16:19,545 --> 00:16:21,035
narcolepsy explains
the sleepwalking.
321
00:16:21,146 --> 00:16:23,614
But it doesn't
explain the rip in
the space-time continuum.
322
00:16:23,682 --> 00:16:26,674
Coke leads to sleepwalking,
which leads to coke,
323
00:16:26,752 --> 00:16:27,912
which leads to sleepwalking.
324
00:16:27,987 --> 00:16:29,511
What caused

the first sleepwalking?


325
00:16:29,588 --> 00:16:30,714
The coke he took
while he was wide awake.
326
00:16:30,789 --> 00:16:31,813
He says he didn't.
327
00:16:31,890 --> 00:16:34,120
Wouldn't be the first time
somebody lied about drug use.
328
00:16:34,193 --> 00:16:35,285
KUTNER: He has
no reason to lie.
329
00:16:35,361 --> 00:16:37,522
He knows he's sick,
his job doesn't drug test,
330
00:16:37,596 --> 00:16:39,427
no relationship,
his daughter
wouldn't find out.
331
00:16:39,498 --> 00:16:41,022
Maybe he just forgot.
332
00:16:41,934 --> 00:16:45,893
Forgot he did cocaine?
You're going with
forgot over lying?
333
00:16:45,971 --> 00:16:51,739
It fits. Cocaine explains
the narcolepsy, narcolepsy
explains the sleepwalking.
334
00:16:51,810 --> 00:16:54,802
Whatever's in the cocaine
other than the cocaine
explains the memory loss.
335
00:16:54,880 --> 00:16:56,780
Dealers cut that stuff
with all kinds of garbage.
336

00:16:56,849 --> 00:16:59,511


Great. We'll start him
on immediate treatment
for "all kinds of garbage."
337
00:16:59,585 --> 00:17:00,950
You can narrow it
down in the lab.
338
00:17:01,020 --> 00:17:02,044
Not without a sample.
339
00:17:02,121 --> 00:17:03,452
So get a sample.
340
00:17:03,522 --> 00:17:06,514
You want us to
score cocaine
from a drug dealer?
341
00:17:06,592 --> 00:17:07,650
It's exciting.
342
00:17:07,726 --> 00:17:08,715
It's a felony.
343
00:17:08,794 --> 00:17:10,386
It's necessary.
344
00:17:14,400 --> 00:17:18,097
There she is.
Amniotic fluid
looks good.
345
00:17:18,170 --> 00:17:21,196
Good fetal movement,
heart's beating nicely.
346
00:17:27,446 --> 00:17:28,435
What?
347
00:17:28,514 --> 00:17:30,345
It looks like
pulmonary hypoplasia.
348
00:17:30,416 --> 00:17:31,576
What's that?

349
00:17:31,650 --> 00:17:33,447
The baby's lungs
are underdeveloped.
350
00:17:33,519 --> 00:17:34,816
She won't be able
to breathe on her own.
351
00:17:34,887 --> 00:17:36,718
She might die?
I don't know.
352
00:17:36,789 --> 00:17:38,450
If she was born today,
she'd be in trouble,
353
00:17:38,524 --> 00:17:39,957
but we're not going
to let that happen.
354
00:17:40,025 --> 00:17:41,822
We'll put you on magnesium
to prevent labor,
355
00:17:41,894 --> 00:17:43,657
and steroids
to grow the lungs.
356
00:17:43,729 --> 00:17:46,061
It's a good thing
Dr. Cuddy brought you in.
357
00:17:50,235 --> 00:17:51,862
How do you know what
a drug dealer looks like?
358
00:17:51,937 --> 00:17:53,768
I'm not doing drugs,
if that's what
you're asking.
359
00:17:53,839 --> 00:17:56,535
I just noticed that
she had cash in her hand.
Obviously came from him.
360
00:17:56,608 --> 00:17:58,872
Obviously didn't have

enough time to perform


any other services.
361
00:17:58,944 --> 00:18:00,104
I didn't notice
her holding any...
362
00:18:00,179 --> 00:18:01,373
Mmm. There she is.
363
00:18:06,985 --> 00:18:08,282
TAUB: We're not cops.
364
00:18:08,353 --> 00:18:09,445
Cops aren't allowed
to say that, right?
365
00:18:09,521 --> 00:18:10,681
Yeah, they can say it.
366
00:18:10,756 --> 00:18:11,780
Oh!
367
00:18:11,857 --> 00:18:15,020
But if you were a cop,
you'd know that.
What do you want?
368
00:18:18,063 --> 00:18:19,530
I'd like to buy
some cocaine, please.
369
00:18:19,598 --> 00:18:22,431
(LAUGHS) Definitely
not a cop.
370
00:18:29,842 --> 00:18:31,503
Thank you.
371
00:18:31,577 --> 00:18:32,566
Wait.
372
00:18:40,285 --> 00:18:42,310
It's good.
Glad you like it, Pablo.
Now can we go?
373

00:18:42,387 --> 00:18:44,912


No. You gave us
the wrong stuff.
374
00:18:44,990 --> 00:18:46,423
What are you talking about?
You got my best.
375
00:18:46,492 --> 00:18:49,052
I know. I don't want
the good, "get the new
customer hooked" stuff.
376
00:18:49,128 --> 00:18:52,097
I want the stepped-on,
"keep the old customer
coming back for more" stuff.
377
00:18:52,164 --> 00:18:53,426
Are you crazy, bitch?
378
00:18:53,499 --> 00:18:55,524
No, I'm just a bitch
who knows what she wants.
379
00:18:58,604 --> 00:19:00,003
(SQUEAKING)
380
00:19:01,140 --> 00:19:04,371
Looks like this kid
thing is really
working out for you.
381
00:19:04,443 --> 00:19:06,570
All of the shopping,
none of the stretch marks.
382
00:19:06,645 --> 00:19:07,976
Not a good time.
383
00:19:08,046 --> 00:19:10,037
Right. Kid's
getting worse.
384
00:19:10,115 --> 00:19:13,573
Blessing in disguise,
although
completely predictable.

385
00:19:13,652 --> 00:19:16,485
If you take in strays,
don't be surprised
by the worms.
386
00:19:16,555 --> 00:19:17,647
I'm still wearing
the sweater.
387
00:19:17,723 --> 00:19:20,521
I didn't say you weren't
stubborn, I said you
weren't maternal.
388
00:19:20,592 --> 00:19:22,753
Thank you.
Go away.
389
00:19:22,828 --> 00:19:24,887
You're getting crankier.
Baby's sick.
390
00:19:24,963 --> 00:19:27,056
Sorry I'm not
finding the fun in that.
391
00:19:27,132 --> 00:19:30,829
Is it really worth it?
Just for the pursuit
of unconditional love?
392
00:19:32,671 --> 00:19:34,571
Only you could see
that as a bad thing.
393
00:19:34,640 --> 00:19:35,766
It's a fake thing.
394
00:19:35,841 --> 00:19:38,605
There's no unconditional
love, it's just
unconditional need.
395
00:19:38,677 --> 00:19:41,612
Don't make this child
a victim of your
biological clock.
396

00:19:41,680 --> 00:19:42,942


Victim?
397
00:19:43,982 --> 00:19:45,779
You think she's
better off staying...
398
00:19:45,851 --> 00:19:47,113
Yes.
399
00:19:47,186 --> 00:19:50,178
'Cause at least
she knows she's not
qualified for the job.
400
00:19:56,361 --> 00:19:59,853
Let me guess.
I'm gonna tell her not
to play ball in the house,
401
00:19:59,932 --> 00:20:01,900
but she's not gonna listen.
No.
402
00:20:01,967 --> 00:20:05,562
Actually, I was going for
she sneaks her boyfriend
in while you're sleeping,
403
00:20:05,637 --> 00:20:06,968
and he wants
to do it on the desk,
404
00:20:07,039 --> 00:20:10,736
and at first she says no,
but she has issues
with self-esteem...
405
00:20:10,809 --> 00:20:11,798
You know you're
gonna pay for that.
406
00:20:11,877 --> 00:20:14,573
I'm paying for it
right now with wisdom.
407
00:20:16,882 --> 00:20:18,008
Get out.

408
00:20:28,327 --> 00:20:31,558
We found lactose.
The coke was cut
with milk powder.
409
00:20:31,630 --> 00:20:32,756
Makes it nutritious.
410
00:20:32,831 --> 00:20:34,355
Not much of a toxin.
411
00:20:34,433 --> 00:20:35,957
It is if he's
allergic to milk.
412
00:20:36,034 --> 00:20:37,262
TAUB: He's not.
There's milk
in his fridge.
413
00:20:37,336 --> 00:20:38,701
How does he
like his coffee?
414
00:20:38,770 --> 00:20:39,998
I don't know.
What does that...
415
00:20:40,072 --> 00:20:42,097
What type of cereal's
in the cabinet?
416
00:20:42,174 --> 00:20:44,665
Cocoa something. Why?
What does it matter?
417
00:20:44,743 --> 00:20:46,506
He likes his
coffee black.
Milk's for the kid.
418
00:20:46,578 --> 00:20:47,602
How can you
be sure?
419
00:20:47,679 --> 00:20:50,842
Because if he drank
the milk, he'd know that

he's lactose intolerant.


420
00:20:50,916 --> 00:20:53,111
Ask him, then treat him
for allergic reaction.
421
00:20:53,185 --> 00:20:56,086
If he gets better,
we all get to
go home early.
422
00:20:58,657 --> 00:21:01,148
Steroids make you
more prone to infection.
423
00:21:01,226 --> 00:21:04,753
You'll have to stay here
for the next two weeks,
so we can monitor you.
424
00:21:05,664 --> 00:21:09,225
The baby's lungs,
is that because of
the meth?
425
00:21:10,102 --> 00:21:11,364
Could be.
426
00:21:12,504 --> 00:21:13,869
You must hate me.
427
00:21:21,613 --> 00:21:25,310
If you had done
everything right in your life,
I wouldn't be getting a baby.
428
00:21:30,422 --> 00:21:31,684
You're not scared?
429
00:21:31,757 --> 00:21:32,746
I am scared.
430
00:21:34,660 --> 00:21:36,685
You got, like,
this perfect life.
431
00:21:38,230 --> 00:21:39,492
Not yet.

432
00:21:41,066 --> 00:21:42,431
(MONITORS BLEEPING)
433
00:21:42,501 --> 00:21:43,490
What's that?
434
00:21:43,568 --> 00:21:45,001
Heart rate's climbing.
435
00:21:46,071 --> 00:21:47,971
What's wrong with her?
436
00:21:49,541 --> 00:21:51,668
It's not the baby,
it's you.
437
00:21:51,743 --> 00:21:53,005
(GASPING)
438
00:21:56,281 --> 00:21:58,772
I need two units
of O-negative, stat!
439
00:22:09,661 --> 00:22:13,290
The mother had a Stage Two
placental abruption,
she's losing blood.
440
00:22:15,934 --> 00:22:17,697
So, deliver the baby.
441
00:22:17,769 --> 00:22:19,464
Lungs are
10 weeks premature.
442
00:22:24,343 --> 00:22:26,834
So, deliver now,
risk the baby.
443
00:22:26,912 --> 00:22:28,345
Deliver later,
risk the mom.
444
00:22:30,048 --> 00:22:32,846
It's not your baby yet,
it's not your call.

445
00:22:32,918 --> 00:22:35,318
She'll do whatever
I tell her to do.
446
00:22:35,387 --> 00:22:38,481
Self-worth issues...
That's genetic, you know.
447
00:22:42,394 --> 00:22:43,918
You should deliver now.
448
00:22:46,231 --> 00:22:47,493
Right.
449
00:22:49,801 --> 00:22:51,564
Are you serious?
450
00:22:52,704 --> 00:22:54,865
You're not?
You just told me...
451
00:22:54,940 --> 00:22:56,305
The wrong answer.
452
00:22:56,375 --> 00:22:57,467
You can give
the mom more blood.
453
00:22:57,542 --> 00:22:58,873
You can't give
the fetus more lungs.
454
00:22:58,944 --> 00:22:59,933
The lungs might work.
455
00:23:00,011 --> 00:23:01,842
It's the right decision,
medically.
456
00:23:01,913 --> 00:23:03,710
And yet, you're here.
457
00:23:05,550 --> 00:23:08,951
To get your opinion,
not to get jerked around.

458
00:23:09,020 --> 00:23:10,885
See, this is what's
screwed up here.
459
00:23:10,956 --> 00:23:12,423
You're not sure that
this is the right call,
460
00:23:12,491 --> 00:23:14,652
but you are sure
that this is what
you want to tell her.
461
00:23:14,726 --> 00:23:17,524
And that scares you
because your motives
aren't medical.
462
00:23:18,563 --> 00:23:20,827
Some part of you
doesn't want this baby,
463
00:23:20,899 --> 00:23:22,890
and that part wants
to tell her to kill it.
464
00:23:25,537 --> 00:23:27,562
This is an impossible
situation.
465
00:23:27,639 --> 00:23:30,472
I'm advising her
to take the safest route.
466
00:23:30,542 --> 00:23:31,907
Right.
467
00:23:32,944 --> 00:23:35,242
Doesn't explain why
you changed your sweater.
468
00:23:45,424 --> 00:23:46,857
(DOOR OPENS)
469
00:23:50,862 --> 00:23:52,693
I need your advice.
470

00:23:53,565 --> 00:23:55,658


It's not cancer.
471
00:23:55,734 --> 00:23:59,192
Wow! Can you
remove spleens
with your mind, too?
472
00:23:59,271 --> 00:24:02,104
You're here
to talk about Cuddy.
The file is a pretext.
473
00:24:02,174 --> 00:24:04,642
Why the hell haven't
you come to talk
to me about Cuddy?
474
00:24:04,709 --> 00:24:06,734
I've been doing
all sorts of insane stuff.
475
00:24:06,812 --> 00:24:09,838
If she can't handle
your insanity,
she can't handle a baby.
476
00:24:09,915 --> 00:24:11,075
That's exactly my point.
477
00:24:11,149 --> 00:24:12,241
No, it isn't.
478
00:24:12,317 --> 00:24:14,751
You're feeling threatened
because she's going
on to high school
479
00:24:14,820 --> 00:24:17,015
and leaving you behind
to repeat the 8th grade.
480
00:24:17,088 --> 00:24:19,682
She's sleeping
with her math teacher
to get her diploma.
481
00:24:19,758 --> 00:24:22,124
Adoption is cheating?

Are they giving


her a fake kid?
482
00:24:22,194 --> 00:24:23,661
That's the problem.
483
00:24:23,728 --> 00:24:25,161
She gets to have
a relationship with a kid,
484
00:24:25,230 --> 00:24:27,425
but she can't handle
one with an adult.
485
00:24:27,499 --> 00:24:29,330
So she's gonna kill it.
486
00:24:29,401 --> 00:24:30,925
That does seem cleaner.
487
00:24:32,337 --> 00:24:35,204
I've seen the file.
She's making
a judgment call.
488
00:24:35,273 --> 00:24:37,036
Decisions are never
made in a vacuum.
489
00:24:37,108 --> 00:24:40,373
Just like your decision
to make her miserable.
490
00:24:40,445 --> 00:24:42,675
You're doing this because
we no longer have inkwells,
491
00:24:42,747 --> 00:24:44,840
and Cuddy doesn't
have pigtails.
492
00:24:49,788 --> 00:24:51,449
Why do you think
I did that?
493
00:24:58,363 --> 00:24:59,990
How you doing?

494
00:25:00,599 --> 00:25:01,964
Not sure.
495
00:25:02,033 --> 00:25:04,194
Been keeping an eye
on the clock,
like you said.
496
00:25:04,302 --> 00:25:05,667
I don't think
I lost any time.
497
00:25:05,737 --> 00:25:09,798
The machinery agrees with you.
That means your problems
were caused by the coke.
498
00:25:09,875 --> 00:25:11,172
Can't believe I did coke.
499
00:25:11,243 --> 00:25:12,505
You were asleep.
500
00:25:12,577 --> 00:25:14,636
I chose to do coke.
501
00:25:14,713 --> 00:25:16,510
In your sleep.
You weren't responsible.
502
00:25:16,581 --> 00:25:18,879
Something inside me
wanted to do it.
503
00:25:18,950 --> 00:25:21,009
Something inside of me
didn't think it was wrong.
504
00:25:21,086 --> 00:25:22,348
It's like a dream.
505
00:25:22,420 --> 00:25:24,945
We all do stuff in our dreams
we wouldn't do
when we're awake.
506
00:25:25,023 --> 00:25:26,320

I don't.
507
00:25:31,196 --> 00:25:32,754
What's that?
508
00:25:38,436 --> 00:25:40,495
Did I fall asleep
and hurt myself?
509
00:25:41,840 --> 00:25:42,932
I don't see any cuts.
510
00:25:43,008 --> 00:25:44,566
'Cause there aren't any.
511
00:25:44,643 --> 00:25:46,076
I think
512
00:25:47,012 --> 00:25:49,105
you're sweating blood.
513
00:25:52,083 --> 00:25:56,747
The guy is bleeding
out of his pores.
What does that tell us?
514
00:25:56,821 --> 00:26:00,450
Other than you don't want
to play basketball against
him, and he's dying.
515
00:26:00,525 --> 00:26:02,516
FOREMAN: That neither cocaine
or allergies are the answer.
516
00:26:02,594 --> 00:26:04,619
KUTNER:
It's gotta be systemic.
Hemorrhagic virus maybe?
517
00:26:04,696 --> 00:26:05,924
THIRTEEN: You think
it's Ebola?
518
00:26:05,997 --> 00:26:08,864
His white blood cell count
would be through the roof.
It's not an infection.

519
00:26:08,934 --> 00:26:09,923
DIC?
520
00:26:10,001 --> 00:26:11,332
Coags are normal.
521
00:26:11,403 --> 00:26:14,167
It's cancer.
Leukemia explains
everything.
522
00:26:14,239 --> 00:26:15,501
KUTNER: No fever.
TAUB: The bleeding.
523
00:26:15,574 --> 00:26:16,700
KUTNER: No weight loss.
TAUB: The rash.
524
00:26:16,775 --> 00:26:18,037
KUTNER: No headaches.
The fatigue.
525
00:26:18,109 --> 00:26:19,940
Leukemia would be
obvious from the CBC.
526
00:26:20,011 --> 00:26:22,172
Leukemia has false
negatives all the time.
527
00:26:26,384 --> 00:26:30,150
So, we have four
reasons for leukemia,
four reasons against.
528
00:26:30,221 --> 00:26:31,483
You only need one against.
529
00:26:31,556 --> 00:26:36,220
Yeah, if we had one reason
for anything else.
Go do a bone marrow biopsy.
530
00:26:43,068 --> 00:26:44,899
What would you do?

531
00:26:47,906 --> 00:26:49,203
I think...
532
00:26:50,275 --> 00:26:52,368
I think you should wait.
533
00:26:52,444 --> 00:26:56,403
But if I wait,
I could die.
534
00:26:56,481 --> 00:26:59,075
There would be more
danger for you, but...
535
00:26:59,150 --> 00:27:01,948
Is this your opinion
as a doctor,
536
00:27:02,053 --> 00:27:03,714
as a mother?
537
00:27:03,788 --> 00:27:05,221
It's my medical opinion.
538
00:27:06,458 --> 00:27:07,823
It's my personal opinion.
I don't...
539
00:27:07,892 --> 00:27:09,621
I don't wanna wait.
540
00:27:11,930 --> 00:27:15,991
It might only be one week.
We will keep you on plasma.
541
00:27:16,067 --> 00:27:19,002
This is not my baby.
542
00:27:19,104 --> 00:27:24,098
I already
sacrificed nine months
for this stupid mistake.
543
00:27:26,244 --> 00:27:28,906
I don't wanna
sacrifice any more.

544
00:27:30,749 --> 00:27:35,413
Becca, you asked my opinion
because you wanted
to do the right thing.
545
00:27:35,487 --> 00:27:39,184
You are giving up this baby
because you don't want
to make the mistakes
546
00:27:39,257 --> 00:27:42,090
your mom made,
her mom made.
547
00:27:42,160 --> 00:27:47,393
You have a chance to break
this cycle, to do something
great for this baby.
548
00:27:52,871 --> 00:27:53,895
No.
549
00:28:02,213 --> 00:28:03,237
(EXHALES)
550
00:28:03,314 --> 00:28:05,145
I need you
to hold still.
551
00:28:07,886 --> 00:28:09,183
Wait.
552
00:28:11,222 --> 00:28:15,249
You been testing
any tanning creams
or sprays?
553
00:28:15,326 --> 00:28:16,384
No.
554
00:28:17,896 --> 00:28:21,059
It's not a tan.
Means it's not leukemia.
555
00:28:21,966 --> 00:28:23,228
(GRUNTS)
556

00:28:28,339 --> 00:28:30,466


KUTNER: Chem panel
confirms kidney failure,
end stage.
557
00:28:30,542 --> 00:28:31,736
Got him
on dialysis?
558
00:28:31,810 --> 00:28:33,300
BP's too low.
559
00:28:33,378 --> 00:28:36,939
Too bad. Would have been
nice to have more than
an hour to solve this thing.
560
00:28:37,015 --> 00:28:38,141
Haemachromatosis?
561
00:28:38,216 --> 00:28:39,274
He have
tiny testes?
562
00:28:39,350 --> 00:28:40,647
No.
Scleroderma.
563
00:28:40,719 --> 00:28:42,983
His skin's darker,
not lighter.
564
00:28:43,054 --> 00:28:45,284
As much fun
as 20 Questions
tends to be,
565
00:28:45,356 --> 00:28:47,483
he's blowing blood
out of every orifice.
566
00:28:47,559 --> 00:28:48,992
You think it just
might be vascular?
567
00:28:49,060 --> 00:28:50,550
Vasculitis?
568

00:28:50,628 --> 00:28:55,065


If I said it might be vitas
gerular, would you have
said Vitas Gerulaitis?
569
00:28:55,133 --> 00:28:57,567
Test him for vasculitis.
Angio and blood.
570
00:28:57,635 --> 00:29:01,036
Even if we're right,
he's going to need
a kidney transplant.
571
00:29:01,106 --> 00:29:02,801
Test the daughter.
She's 12.
572
00:29:02,874 --> 00:29:05,172
Small kidney?
It just means
he won't pee as much.
573
00:29:05,243 --> 00:29:06,301
Great for road trips.
574
00:29:06,377 --> 00:29:07,469
I meant she's a minor,
575
00:29:07,545 --> 00:29:10,912
and Daddy has a conflict,
so we're gonna need
Cuddy's sign-off.
576
00:29:10,982 --> 00:29:11,971
So get it.
577
00:29:12,050 --> 00:29:13,915
She's kind of busy.
578
00:29:18,990 --> 00:29:20,218
CHASE: Clamp.
579
00:29:28,399 --> 00:29:29,798
Suction.
580
00:29:32,003 --> 00:29:34,062
Entering the

abdominal cavity.
581
00:29:36,007 --> 00:29:37,599
There's the head.
582
00:29:42,781 --> 00:29:44,476
HOUSE: Got a minute?
583
00:29:45,049 --> 00:29:46,311
Get out of here.
584
00:29:46,384 --> 00:29:48,443
Who's that?
CHASE: Dr. Gregory House.
585
00:29:48,520 --> 00:29:50,818
He's the one you'll be suing
when you develop sepsis.
586
00:29:50,889 --> 00:29:51,947
Well, why is he here?
587
00:29:52,023 --> 00:29:53,820
Better question is,
why is she here?
588
00:29:53,892 --> 00:29:55,860
You're an administrator,
administrate.
589
00:29:55,927 --> 00:29:57,690
My patient's daughter
needs a guardian ad litem.
590
00:29:57,762 --> 00:29:59,059
CHASE: That's it.
HOUSE: Tests are inconclusive,
591
00:29:59,130 --> 00:30:01,064
but either way,
he's gonna need...
House, get out!
592
00:30:01,132 --> 00:30:02,599
This doesn't need you,
I do.
593

00:30:02,667 --> 00:30:03,656


Head's out.
594
00:30:06,304 --> 00:30:07,293
Later.
595
00:30:07,372 --> 00:30:08,396
Later's too late.
596
00:30:11,576 --> 00:30:14,101
CHASE: And there she is.
597
00:30:16,815 --> 00:30:18,476
CUDDY: Come on, cry.
598
00:30:20,251 --> 00:30:21,582
There we go.
599
00:30:23,621 --> 00:30:25,111
Come on.
600
00:30:28,092 --> 00:30:32,222
Come on. Joy, cry!
601
00:30:33,131 --> 00:30:34,723
Cry, Joy.
602
00:30:34,799 --> 00:30:36,164
I'm sorry.
603
00:30:36,968 --> 00:30:38,697
I'm so sorry.
604
00:30:41,439 --> 00:30:42,929
(BABY CRYING)
605
00:30:43,141 --> 00:30:46,167
CHASE: That's a sound
we like to hear.
606
00:30:46,244 --> 00:30:47,768
Apgar's 9 out of 10.
607
00:30:48,713 --> 00:30:50,271
You hear that?

608
00:30:51,149 --> 00:30:53,242
You just got
your first A.
609
00:30:54,052 --> 00:30:55,713
(CUDDY CHUCKLING)
610
00:30:59,290 --> 00:31:01,781
She's yours now.
611
00:31:14,272 --> 00:31:15,967
Mazel tov.
612
00:31:16,040 --> 00:31:19,942
Now it's time to say those
magic words you'll be telling
her for the rest of her life,
613
00:31:20,011 --> 00:31:22,070
"Mommy's gotta go to work."
614
00:31:27,151 --> 00:31:29,517
CUDDY: Have the risks
of the transplant procedure
been explained to you?
615
00:31:29,587 --> 00:31:32,454
Damn it!
I was hoping you weren't
going to ask her that.
616
00:31:32,523 --> 00:31:34,889
Of course she knows.
Can you just sign
the paperwork?
617
00:31:34,959 --> 00:31:39,521
Dr. House explained to you
that all surgeries
carry risks? You could die.
618
00:31:39,597 --> 00:31:41,326
And if you don't do it,
Daddy will die.
619
00:31:41,399 --> 00:31:42,866
CUDDY:
Stop pressuring her.

620
00:31:42,934 --> 00:31:45,027
Sorry.
Daddy's perfectly healthy.
621
00:31:45,103 --> 00:31:46,502
But we want you to give
him the kidney anyway,
622
00:31:46,571 --> 00:31:48,664
'cause it'd be cool
if he had three.
623
00:31:49,674 --> 00:31:51,005
Shut up.
624
00:31:53,211 --> 00:31:56,009
Do you understand the risks
of living with one kidney?
625
00:31:56,080 --> 00:31:57,069
Yeah.
626
00:31:57,148 --> 00:31:59,173
And you still want to proceed
with the transplant?
627
00:31:59,250 --> 00:32:00,581
Yeah.
628
00:32:04,722 --> 00:32:06,383
Okay. Go ahead.
629
00:32:12,297 --> 00:32:13,958
No.
630
00:32:14,032 --> 00:32:15,829
I'm saying
you can proceed.
631
00:32:15,900 --> 00:32:17,367
And I'm saying I can't.
632
00:32:21,105 --> 00:32:23,665
Whatever he has,
she has, too.

633
00:32:25,243 --> 00:32:27,074
She's sleepwalking.
634
00:32:32,216 --> 00:32:34,480
KUTNER: If we don't
give him a new kidney,
he's dead in a week.
635
00:32:34,552 --> 00:32:35,917
We have to transplant.
636
00:32:35,987 --> 00:32:38,114
When your remote
has a dead battery,
637
00:32:38,189 --> 00:32:41,249
you don't replace it
with another
dead battery.
638
00:32:41,326 --> 00:32:43,226
Whatever's killing
the dad's kidneys
639
00:32:43,294 --> 00:32:44,352
is going to kill
the kid's, too.
640
00:32:44,429 --> 00:32:47,523
It is possible
the sleep issues
aren't medically related.
641
00:32:47,598 --> 00:32:50,499
Maybe they're both
insomniacs due to
the turnpike noise,
642
00:32:50,568 --> 00:32:52,536
maybe they both drink
too much coffee, maybe...
643
00:32:52,603 --> 00:32:53,831
House is right.
644
00:32:53,905 --> 00:32:54,894
How do you know?

645
00:32:54,973 --> 00:32:57,203
Because the daughter
is sweating blood.
646
00:32:57,275 --> 00:32:59,766
But if they have the same
thing, it means there
has to be a common cause,
647
00:32:59,844 --> 00:33:02,335
which means
it has to be a toxin,
infection or genetic.
648
00:33:02,413 --> 00:33:04,643
And since we've ruled out
infections and toxins...
649
00:33:04,716 --> 00:33:07,549
It narrows it down to
any one of a dozen
genetic disorders,
650
00:33:07,618 --> 00:33:09,950
each of which takes
more than a week to run.
651
00:33:10,855 --> 00:33:12,880
Call Foreman,
get to work.
652
00:33:17,261 --> 00:33:19,821
<i>WILSON: Cuddy</i>
<i>is positively aglow.</i>
653
00:33:19,897 --> 00:33:23,389
What's your theory,
she's only acting happy
to make you miserable?
654
00:33:23,468 --> 00:33:25,527
I need a genetic disease.
655
00:33:25,603 --> 00:33:27,195
I'm sure
you're carrying a few.
656
00:33:27,271 --> 00:33:30,968

Symptoms are kidney failure,


bleeding and insomnia.
657
00:33:31,042 --> 00:33:32,703
You paid off the pool?
658
00:33:32,777 --> 00:33:35,541
Technically,
anyone who didn't
enter is a winner.
659
00:33:35,613 --> 00:33:36,807
It's not over yet.
660
00:33:36,881 --> 00:33:39,179
Everyone's happy
until they unwrap
that pretty present
661
00:33:39,250 --> 00:33:41,309
and find they got
a wall clock
in the shape of Africa.
662
00:33:41,386 --> 00:33:43,513
Adoption's a cheat,
remember?
663
00:33:43,588 --> 00:33:47,183
There's no real pregnancy,
so there's no stranded
dopamine receptors,
664
00:33:47,258 --> 00:33:49,726
so there's no
post-partum depression.
665
00:33:49,794 --> 00:33:52,695
Cuddy will be the happiest
new mother you've ever seen.
666
00:33:55,233 --> 00:33:57,997
I've just given you
the answer, haven't I?
667
00:33:59,070 --> 00:34:02,437
And now you're going
to walk out of here
without saying a word.

668
00:34:03,908 --> 00:34:05,034
Nope.
669
00:34:08,513 --> 00:34:11,539
Good news.
I know what you have,
670
00:34:11,616 --> 00:34:13,447
and you're both
gonna be fine.
671
00:34:15,119 --> 00:34:16,848
What?
Are you serious?
672
00:34:16,921 --> 00:34:19,253
Yes, and no.
673
00:34:19,323 --> 00:34:20,654
So you do know
what they have?
674
00:34:20,725 --> 00:34:21,919
Yeah.
675
00:34:21,993 --> 00:34:23,722
FOREMAN: But they
aren't going to be fine.
676
00:34:23,795 --> 00:34:25,820
No idea.
They might be.
677
00:34:25,897 --> 00:34:27,956
Why the hell would
you say they were?
678
00:34:28,032 --> 00:34:29,431
To make them happy.
679
00:34:29,500 --> 00:34:30,797
FOREMAN:
For two seconds?
680
00:34:30,868 --> 00:34:33,803
HOUSE: Technically,

to see if they can be happy.


681
00:34:33,871 --> 00:34:37,898
I should have seen
a grin, a twinkle,
a sigh of relief, something.
682
00:34:38,009 --> 00:34:39,670
They're sick,
they're tired.
683
00:34:39,744 --> 00:34:41,006
They're anhedonic.
684
00:34:41,079 --> 00:34:42,740
Incapable of
experiencing pleasure.
685
00:34:42,814 --> 00:34:44,748
Something's bushwhacked
their dopamine receptors.
686
00:34:44,816 --> 00:34:47,683
They're depressed.
Mom's dead, Dad's dying.
687
00:34:47,752 --> 00:34:51,119
You should know
that being bummed isn't
necessarily a pathology.
688
00:34:51,189 --> 00:34:53,953
Being bummed doesn't explain
their lack of friends,
689
00:34:54,025 --> 00:34:55,617
or their indifference
to each other.
690
00:34:55,693 --> 00:34:58,685
Why their place
had no music,
no view, no decor.
691
00:34:58,763 --> 00:35:00,560
But if you can't feel
pleasure, what's
with the cocaine?

692
00:35:00,631 --> 00:35:04,158
Really?
Is that why you do drugs?
'Cause you're happy?
693
00:35:04,235 --> 00:35:06,328
Most people do them
'cause they wanna be happy.
694
00:35:06,404 --> 00:35:08,304
His subconscious
craved it, needed it.
695
00:35:08,372 --> 00:35:10,806
The most common cause
of anhedonia
is schizophrenia.
696
00:35:10,875 --> 00:35:12,103
Sure, in white folk.
697
00:35:12,176 --> 00:35:13,473
They're black?
698
00:35:16,147 --> 00:35:17,910
They're liars.
699
00:35:20,418 --> 00:35:22,613
What's your name?
700
00:35:22,687 --> 00:35:23,847
Jerry Harmon.
701
00:35:25,156 --> 00:35:31,061
Your real name.
Hosarian? Herzog?
H'Ali-Baba?
702
00:35:32,463 --> 00:35:33,691
Hammoud.
703
00:35:37,969 --> 00:35:39,664
Jamal Hammoud.
704
00:35:39,737 --> 00:35:43,571
Changed it
when we invaded Iraq,

the first time.


705
00:35:43,641 --> 00:35:45,768
How did you know?
706
00:35:45,843 --> 00:35:49,370
You and your daughter have
Familial Mediterranean Fever.
707
00:35:49,447 --> 00:35:52,848
It's a genetic disease
contracted by people
of Mediterranean descent.
708
00:35:52,917 --> 00:35:55,750
Sephardic Jews,
Armenians, Arabs.
709
00:35:55,820 --> 00:36:00,189
Causes anhedonia,
seizures, kidney failure,
even lactose intolerance.
710
00:36:00,258 --> 00:36:02,590
Symptoms are set off
by age and stress.
711
00:36:02,660 --> 00:36:05,857
Kid couldn't get happy,
but she could get
stressed by Daddy dying.
712
00:36:05,930 --> 00:36:07,420
You don't know
if we'll get better?
713
00:36:07,498 --> 00:36:12,333
Treatment tends to be hit
and miss, once you reach
the sweating blood stage.
714
00:36:12,403 --> 00:36:15,566
Start them
on colchicine
and melphalan.
715
00:36:15,640 --> 00:36:17,938
His kidneys
are fried.

716
00:36:18,009 --> 00:36:20,534
If he doesn't have FMF,
the colchicine
will kill him.
717
00:36:20,611 --> 00:36:22,408
Boy, I sure hope
I'm right.
718
00:37:07,491 --> 00:37:08,788
Mr. Harmon?
719
00:37:10,394 --> 00:37:13,056
Mr. Harmon, I need
you to open your eyes.
720
00:37:16,467 --> 00:37:17,957
Feeling better?
721
00:37:31,148 --> 00:37:33,207
How's Samantha?
722
00:37:33,284 --> 00:37:35,149
Healthy enough
to toss you a kidney.
723
00:37:37,655 --> 00:37:39,623
Dad?
Sammy.
724
00:37:39,857 --> 00:37:40,881
(CHUCKLES)
725
00:37:40,958 --> 00:37:42,186
(LAUGHS)
726
00:38:00,144 --> 00:38:01,941
Baby's doing great.
727
00:38:03,080 --> 00:38:04,479
I...
728
00:38:05,116 --> 00:38:07,584
I can't imagine
how hard this
must be for you.

729
00:38:08,886 --> 00:38:11,787
I was stupid
and selfish.
730
00:38:11,856 --> 00:38:12,845
You were scared.
731
00:38:12,923 --> 00:38:15,153
Yeah. But you
wouldn't have been.
732
00:38:16,093 --> 00:38:17,082
That's not true.
733
00:38:17,161 --> 00:38:20,153
Well, I mean, you would
have been scared,
734
00:38:20,231 --> 00:38:22,791
but you would have done
the right thing anyway.
735
00:38:24,769 --> 00:38:27,329
And I wanna be like that.
736
00:38:29,206 --> 00:38:33,370
I don't wanna be a loser.
737
00:38:33,444 --> 00:38:34,911
You're not a loser.
738
00:38:37,214 --> 00:38:41,344
When I saw you hold her,
and the look on your face,
739
00:38:41,419 --> 00:38:44,946
it was the most beautiful
thing I've ever seen.
740
00:38:47,892 --> 00:38:51,191
And that's when
I realized
741
00:38:52,730 --> 00:38:54,095
I can't...

742
00:39:00,204 --> 00:39:01,694
Becca.
743
00:39:02,973 --> 00:39:07,967
My life, it's always
been about pain and anger
and disappointment,
744
00:39:08,045 --> 00:39:10,104
never about love.
745
00:39:10,181 --> 00:39:13,912
And that's when I realized,
you know, it could be.
746
00:39:13,984 --> 00:39:16,009
And I can't give that away.
747
00:39:17,922 --> 00:39:19,753
Becca, don't do this.
748
00:39:26,130 --> 00:39:27,495
(EXCLAIMS)
749
00:39:30,101 --> 00:39:32,262
What you're feeling
is natural,
750
00:39:32,336 --> 00:39:37,399
but you're filled
with hormones
and emotion and fear.
751
00:39:39,110 --> 00:39:41,271
And you just can't
make a huge decision
like this right now,
752
00:39:41,345 --> 00:39:43,506
you have to
give it some time.
753
00:39:43,581 --> 00:39:47,176
I'm so sorry.
754
00:39:52,022 --> 00:39:54,286
It's a decision that

changes everything.
755
00:39:57,695 --> 00:39:59,390
Changes the rest
of your life.
756
00:40:01,866 --> 00:40:03,424
I hope so.
757
00:41:04,128 --> 00:41:05,823
(KNOCKING ON DOOR)
758
00:41:14,672 --> 00:41:17,197
It's really not
the greatest time
for gloating.
759
00:41:24,281 --> 00:41:26,875
There's more than
one baby in the sea.
760
00:41:26,951 --> 00:41:31,115
The world is full of teenage
boys riding bareback.
761
00:41:31,188 --> 00:41:32,348
No.
762
00:41:33,090 --> 00:41:37,390
I'm done. I can't go
through that again.
763
00:41:37,461 --> 00:41:39,395
You're quitting?
764
00:41:39,463 --> 00:41:40,691
Just like you
quit IVF?
765
00:41:40,764 --> 00:41:42,857
Yeah. Just like that.
766
00:41:42,933 --> 00:41:44,594
There, you just
did it again.
767
00:41:50,107 --> 00:41:51,472

It's too bad.


768
00:41:52,977 --> 00:41:54,877
You would have made
a great mother.
769
00:42:00,584 --> 00:42:02,449
You son of a bitch.
770
00:42:02,520 --> 00:42:05,887
When I was getting
a baby, you told me
I'd suck as a mother.
771
00:42:05,956 --> 00:42:10,256
Now that I've lost it,
you tell me I'd be
great as a mother.
772
00:42:10,327 --> 00:42:13,228
Why do you need
to negate everything?
773
00:42:18,269 --> 00:42:19,668
I don't know.
774
00:42:48,265 --> 00:42:49,630
Good night.
775
00:42:54,738 --> 00:42:56,228
Good night.