Wilson is waiting for House when he leaves for the day. Did House just take off as soon as he saw that Wilson was gone? Because it seems like this is the first time they've seen each other since Wilson left House in the waiting room. Wilson is just as much of a glutton for punishment as the wife is, as he takes House back, saying he's going to see Daniel again next week and wants House to meet him, too. That's just going to end horribly, Wilson. Or with House being too distracted by a case to pay you or your brother any attention. Wilson says that he always thought seeing his brother again would change everything, either for the best or the worst. In the end, it didn't really do much one way or the other. "We're just strangers," Wilson says. House says that's better than the worst outcome Wilson was dreading. They get in the elevator, and House asks Wilson if he wants them to have the stupid social contract Wilson has with everyone else. If you have to ask, then no. Wilson says he has to compromise about everything and worry how everyone will react to everything he says. House is the opposite, and therefore the only person that Wilson doesn't have to be that way around. And he'd like to keep it that way. Until House kills his next girlfriend. Then he'll be pissed for a few weeks and House will have to befriend some other guy who disappears after just two episodes. Wilson isn't sure now if House is implementing the social contract or not, so he asks if House thinks things will work out with him and his brother. "No," House says non-social contractly. He adds that this time, though, it won't be Wilson's fault. That seems to be good enough for Wilson, who says he likes monster trucks after all.
Episode Report CardSara M: B+ | 1991 USERS: B-
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