House is most displeased to find that instead of leaving files on his chair, Cameron is now leaving her entire body in it. House asks her what she wants with that gesture, and Cameron says she "needs" lung lavage for Cindy, since none of the other tests have been "definitive." I don't know what Cameron's definition of "definitive" is, but it probably involves a hand with the words "TERMINAL LUNG CANCER" written on it slapping her across the face. I volunteer my hands if that is the case. House says that a biopsy would be definitive, but Cameron says that's "invasive and unnecessary." Invasive and unnecessary for Cameron, that is. I'm sure Cindy would agree to it, if she had any idea what was going on with her health. House says that Cameron's just trying to avoid the obvious as long as she can, and that he's not going to approve her silly lavage. "Why?" Cameron snaps, springing to her feet and marching over to House. "Because it's me?" Holy Christ, Cameron, not everything is about you. Some things are about what's best for your patient, who might want to know that she possibly has terminal cancer so that she can fucking plan accordingly. "I'm over you," Cameron volunteers. "I've jumped on the bandwagon. I hate you, okay?" "Great! Let's treat her," House says. Cameron goes from angry to whiny in .03 seconds and asks why House will fight tooth-and-nail for a Death Row inmate, but won't give a pretty young white girl a second look. House doesn't answer, because he knows this is stupid. Cameron says that she just wants House to treat LL and Cindy the same, which I'm sure he would if their cases were the same. "One test," she begs. House walks over to the lightboard and says that Cameron is the one going through the five stages of grief instead of the person who's actually dying. She just passed anger and went straight into bargaining. I'm sure Cindylou Who would be going through her stages, too, if she had a doctor who didn't lie to her. House tells Cameron that she can have her lavage if she does two of House's Clinic hours. Oh, great. Give Cameron another chance to find a sad sack case to bother us all with next week.
Episode Report CardSara M: B | 1682 USERS: B-
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