History TearJerker / House

12th Nov '16 1:43:35 AM Avenuewriter
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** Alvie finally decides to start taking his meds in the wake of House being discharged.
--> '''Alvie:''' I wan't to get better.
12th Nov '16 1:34:40 AM Avenuewriter
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** House's breakdown in front of Taub where he declares "life is pain" and how many times he's thought of suicide.
26th Jul '16 8:41:28 PM superkeijikun
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** House admitting that he wishes that his leg hadn't been saved, because the pain from the damage made him a worse person, and has led to him being alone, and that she can live a great life without his leg. It makes her death in the end even more painful.

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** House admitting that he wishes that his leg hadn't been saved, because the pain from the damage made him a worse person, and has led to him being alone, and that she can live a great life without his leg. It [[spoiler:It makes her death in the end even more painful.painful]].
* The SelfSurgery scene in "After Hours": House had been taking an experimental medicine that was meant to regrow muscle tissue in legs, but wound up giving him tumors. He tried to excise the tumors himself in his bath tub, but even with a boatload of localized anesthesia, the pain became too much for him to bear. His cries as he tried to bear the pain make it heart-wrenching.
8th Jun '16 3:16:35 PM Izzie
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* The season 6 finale "Help Me". House was fighting so hard [[spoiler: to save the girl's leg from being amputated. In the end there was no other way for her leg to be saved from the rubble. House had to amputate her leg with no anesthetic. She beared through the pain and came out alive. On the way to the hospital she died. A fat embolism from the amputation killed her. House did everything right, but she still died. In the end of the episode we actually see House shed tiny tears and almost relapse. ]]

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* The season 6 finale "Help Me". House was fighting so hard [[spoiler: to save the girl's leg from being amputated. In the end there was no other way for her leg to be saved from the rubble. House had to amputate her leg with no anesthetic. She beared through the pain and came out alive. On the way to the hospital she died. A fat embolism from the amputation killed her. House did everything right, but she still died. In the end of the episode we actually see House shed tiny tears and almost relapse. ]]]]
** House admitting that he wishes that his leg hadn't been saved, because the pain from the damage made him a worse person, and has led to him being alone, and that she can live a great life without his leg. It makes her death in the end even more painful.
8th Jun '16 3:14:39 PM Izzie
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** It's even more painful in hindsight because he later tells a patient that she should get her leg amputated because he chose not to, and he thinks it made him a worse person, and that he wishes that he hadn't forced them to save his leg.
3rd Jun '16 1:19:22 PM superkeijikun
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** Also in "Broken": House becomes pissed when one of the doctors puts "Freedom Master" in medication-induced catatonia and makes him depressed. Eventually, House sneaks away with him to a carnival, where he helps him regain his good mood by taking him on a ride on a skydiving simulator machine that lets him believe he can fly. His plan to help him works all too well when the patient genuinely believes he can fly and leaps from a second-story parking lot, nearly killing himself in the process. By feeding into the patient's delusion, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone House realizes how screwed up he is and practically begs Dr. Nolan to help him.]]

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** Also in "Broken": House becomes pissed when one of the doctors puts "Freedom Master" in medication-induced catatonia and makes him depressed.depressed, believing that he was functional and well, delusions of superheroism aside. Eventually, House sneaks away with him to a carnival, where he helps him regain his good mood by taking him on a ride on a skydiving simulator machine that lets him believe he can fly. His plan to help him works all too well when the patient genuinely believes he can fly and leaps from a second-story parking lot, nearly killing himself in the process. By feeding into the patient's delusion, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone House realizes how screwed up he is and practically begs Dr. Nolan to help him.]]
3rd Jun '16 1:18:36 PM superkeijikun
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** Also in "Broken": House becomes pissed when one of the doctors puts "Freedom Master" in medication-induced catatonia and makes him depressed. Eventually, House sneaks away with him to a carnival, where he helps him regain his good mood by taking him on a ride on a skydiving simulator machine that lets him believe he can fly. His plan to help him works all too well when the patient genuinely believes he can fly and leaps from a second-story parking lot, nearly killing himself in the process. By feeding into the patient's delusion, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone House realizes how screwed up he is and practically begs Dr. Nolan to help him.]]



* "Broken" is a two-part episode about House's stay in a psychiatric hospital in order to help him detox and regain his sanity. During his stay, he becomes acquainted with Steve, another patient who believes himself to be a superhero called "Freedom Master" following his wife's death on 9/11. House believes him well-adjusted and functional, and gets pissed one of the doctors puts him in medication-induced catatonia and makes him depressed. Eventually, he sneaks away with Steve to a carnival, where he helps him regain his good mood by taking him on a ride on a skydiving simulator machine that lets him believe he can fly. His plan to help him works all too well when Steve genuinely believes he can fly and tries to fly from second-story parking lot, nearly killing himself in the process. By feeding into Steve's delusion, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone House realizes how screwed up he is and practically begs Dr. Nolan to help him.]]
3rd Jun '16 1:15:40 PM superkeijikun
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* "Broken" is a two-part episode about House's stay in a psychiatric hospital in order to help him detox and regain his sanity. During his stay, he becomes acquainted with Steve, another patient who believes himself to be a superhero called "Freedom Master" following his wife's death on 9/11. House believes him well-adjusted and functional, and gets pissed one of the doctors puts him in medication-induced catatonia and makes him depressed. Eventually, he sneaks away with Steve to a carnival, where he helps him regain his good mood by taking him on a ride on a skydiving simulator machine that lets him believe he can fly. His plan to help him works all too well when Steve genuinely believes he can fly and tries to fly from second-story parking lot, nearly killing himself in the process. By feeding into Steve's delusion, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone House realizes how screwed up he is and practically begs Dr. Nolan to help him.]]
13th Feb '16 8:47:42 PM lorgskyegon
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** Can't leave out Amber waking up and knowing ''exactly'' what's wrong with her after Wilson tells her what happened.
26th Dec '15 6:10:24 PM shamblingdead2
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* In the second season episode "Autopsy," House tells a nine-year-old cancer patient that she's going to die if they don't perform a particular procedure. She's brave at first, but when she says she can't let her mom mourn her just because she's tired...OH THE FEELS!
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