History TearJerker / House

30th May '17 10:02:12 PM mwsapphire
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* In the season 7 episode, "Fall from Grace", House is talking to a patient who will not disclose his identity. [[Spoiler:It's because he is a cannablalistic serial killer]], he says it's because his dad was abusive and is claiming he "cleaned up his act" and wants to be a part of his life again. House's face immediately goes from annoyance to sympathy. He even says " You're a big boy now...you think he can still hurt you." the man responds with " If I see him again, I'll kill him." House doesn't push any further...but the look on that man's face. Now that we know he regrets pushing his dad away ( we see this in season...6?), and that it wasn't all bad, and now this guy is pushing his dad away....geez.

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* In the season 7 episode, "Fall from Grace", House is talking to a patient who will not disclose his identity. [[Spoiler:It's [[spoiler:It's because he is a cannablalistic serial killer]], he says it's because his dad was abusive and is claiming he "cleaned up his act" and wants to be a part of his life again. House's face immediately goes from annoyance to sympathy. He even says " You're a big boy now...you think he can still hurt you." the man responds with " If I see him again, I'll kill him." House doesn't push any further...but the look on that man's face. Now that we know he regrets pushing his dad away ( we see this in season...6?), and that it wasn't all bad, and now this guy is pushing his dad away....geez.
30th May '17 10:00:48 PM mwsapphire
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* Season 2's episode "Who's Your Daddy?". In the beginning of the episode, House fills a syringe with an emergency supply of his morphine. As he's about to shoot up, a case comes up. In the end of the episode, House is shown lying on a couch, his eyes glazed in obvious relief. Then the camera's focus switches to now-empty syringe...

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* Season 2's episode "Who's Your Daddy?". In the beginning of the episode, House fills a syringe with an emergency supply of his morphine. As he's about to shoot up, a case comes up. In the end of the episode, House is shown lying on a couch, his eyes glazed in obvious relief. Then the camera's focus switches to now-empty syringe...syringe...
* In the season 7 episode, "Fall from Grace", House is talking to a patient who will not disclose his identity. [[Spoiler:It's because he is a cannablalistic serial killer]], he says it's because his dad was abusive and is claiming he "cleaned up his act" and wants to be a part of his life again. House's face immediately goes from annoyance to sympathy. He even says " You're a big boy now...you think he can still hurt you." the man responds with " If I see him again, I'll kill him." House doesn't push any further...but the look on that man's face. Now that we know he regrets pushing his dad away ( we see this in season...6?), and that it wasn't all bad, and now this guy is pushing his dad away....geez.
28th May '17 2:53:26 AM Wint
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* Season 1 episode "Socratic Method", [[TheWoobie Luke]]'s efforts to take care of his sick mother. [[spoiler: Taking notes at every doctor's visit, keeping very detailed records of what she ate and drank, organizing her medicines and clothes, and taking care of the bills. His despondent reaction when the team first diagnoses his mother with cancer, and then when Child Protective Services come to take him away is just heartbreaking.]]

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* Season 1 episode "Socratic Method", [[TheWoobie Luke]]'s efforts to take care of his sick mother. [[spoiler: Taking notes at every doctor's visit, keeping very detailed records of what she ate and drank, organizing her medicines and clothes, and taking care of the bills. His despondent reaction when the team first diagnoses his mother with cancer, and then when Child Protective Services come to take him away is just heartbreaking.]]]]
* Season 2's episode "Who's Your Daddy?". In the beginning of the episode, House fills a syringe with an emergency supply of his morphine. As he's about to shoot up, a case comes up. In the end of the episode, House is shown lying on a couch, his eyes glazed in obvious relief. Then the camera's focus switches to now-empty syringe...
17th May '17 6:42:28 AM MJaxon
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* Season 1 episode "Socratic Method", [[TheWoobie Luke]]'s efforts to take care of his sick mother. [[spoiler: Taking notes at every doctor's visit, keeping very detailed records of what she ate and drank, organizing her medicines and clothes, and taking care of the bills. His despondent reaction when the team first diagnoses his mother with cancer is just heartbreaking.]]

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* Season 1 episode "Socratic Method", [[TheWoobie Luke]]'s efforts to take care of his sick mother. [[spoiler: Taking notes at every doctor's visit, keeping very detailed records of what she ate and drank, organizing her medicines and clothes, and taking care of the bills. His despondent reaction when the team first diagnoses his mother with cancer cancer, and then when Child Protective Services come to take him away is just heartbreaking.]]
17th May '17 6:34:07 AM MJaxon
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** It was heartbreaking to see the older daughter trying not to cry while telling her newborn sister all of this, and realizing that her mother tried her best, even if she never seemed to be there.

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** It was heartbreaking to see the older daughter trying not to cry while telling her newborn sister all of this, and realizing that her mother tried her best, even if she never seemed to be there.there.
* Season 1 episode "Socratic Method", [[TheWoobie Luke]]'s efforts to take care of his sick mother. [[spoiler: Taking notes at every doctor's visit, keeping very detailed records of what she ate and drank, organizing her medicines and clothes, and taking care of the bills. His despondent reaction when the team first diagnoses his mother with cancer is just heartbreaking.]]
14th Jan '17 5:04:42 AM Izzie
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-->'''House''': They cut out a chunk of muscle about the size of my fist, and they left me with this mutilated, useless thing. I'm in pain...every day. It changed me. Made me a harder person, a worse person. And now... Now I'm alone. You don't want to be like me. You got a husband who loves you. You have friends. You can start a family. You have a life. And this... This is just a leg.
1st Jan '17 11:26:30 AM captainlupin
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* 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.

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* 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.heart-wrenching.
* In Season 7’s “Unplanned Parenthood”, a mother who has just given birth to her second child finds out that the reason her newborn infant is sick is because she has melanoma and that her child also developed cancer while in utero. Instead of opting for surgery to remove the cancerous tumors, she tries to wait and wants to continue giving her child blood transfusions so that her newborn could have a chance to survive. Instead, she ends up dying instantly from a massive pulmonary embolism, one of the bigger risks for delaying surgery. The mother’s blood is harvested but it cost the mother her life. Her older daughter steps up and decides to raise her newborn sister to honour her mother, whom she has been estranged from for quite some time. The older daughter wants to make sure her sister never forgets her mother, who was simply trying to be the best mother she could be for her daughters, even if her decisions were incredibly risky.
** It was heartbreaking to see the older daughter trying not to cry while telling her newborn sister all of this, and realizing that her mother tried her best, even if she never seemed to be there.
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.
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