House is studying Cuddy's coffee cup when Cameron walks in for some advice. She claims it's because she works best when bouncing her ideas off of someone, a technique she learned from House, but she obviously didn't also learn that House is not the person to go to when you need a sounding board, especially if it's about a personal issue. Sigh. Cameron barrels ahead, saying that she can end her relationship with Chase and things will be awkward at PPTH, end her relationship and find a job somewhere else, or "try making him angry," House suggests. That wasn't what Cameron had in mind. She says her third option is to actually talk to Chase, although she doesn't know what good that'll do since her feelings haven't changed. How is talking the last option listed? Cameron sucks at relationships. House says there's nothing Cameron can do to both save her relationship and keep the frozen sperm. She says she has normal doubts and shouldn't be punished for preparing for the worst -- "I don't expect my condo to burn down, but I have fire insurance," she says. Yeah, but that fire insurance didn't come out of your Poor Dead Husband's penis, so it's a little bit different. Taub walks in to report that Scott is trying to leave PPTH. On his way out, House asks Cameron if she'd go homeless if her condo rules didn't let her buy insurance. Good point, although I'd probably just live somewhere else. I don't care how nice or cheap the condo is -- I do not want to deal with some weirdo insurance-hating homeowner's association.
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