best wilson quotes on houseEverybody has a favourite character… and of course James Wilson is many people favourite on House MD.

Then, we´ve compiled the Best Quotes of James Wilson on House MD for you.

Best Quotes of James Wilson on House MD

“House M.D.: Wilson (#6.9)” (2009)
Dr. Gregory House: Got the urge to play last night. Had to go all the way back to my old apartment. Thought I’d save on future trips.
Dr. James Wilson: Hmm. It’s very eco friendly of you. How about keeping down on the noise pollution.

Dr. Gregory House: Is it that time of year again?… He’s a self-important jerk.
Dr. James Wilson: He’s my friend.
Dr. Gregory House: He’s a self-important jerk!
Dr. James Wilson: Seems to be what I’m attracted to.

Tucker: Oh, doesn’t count as a new adventure if you have someone to hold your hand.
Dr. James Wilson: On the other hand, we are holding weapons and have no idea what we’re doing. Fun.

Dr. Gregory House: The self-important jerk does not have Transverse Myelitis. He’s got cancer.
Dr. James Wilson: How do you even -?
Dr. Gregory House: Ok! Maybe I paid the red head down in records a few bucks to cc me on all your cases. A few patients die you might get sad again. Make a speech that would end your career. Frankly, I’m stalking you for you.

Dr. James Wilson: You’re Bonnie’s friend. You know how to reach her and yet instead of calling her, you come and seek my permission. You want my blessing, and implicitly House’s blessing.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: I don’t need House’s blessing.
Dr. James Wilson: Good.

Dr. James Wilson: It’s exactly what you would do.
Dr. Gregory House: I’m me. You’re you.
Dr. James Wilson: …And a table is a table.
Dr. Gregory House: And chemo is poison. And double chemo is double poison. And I can handle it when things go wrong. You *can’t*. And things could go very *very* wrong.
Dr. James Wilson: I can handle it.

Dr. James Wilson: Wow. Okay. See? That’s… very adult of you.
Dr. Gregory House: No it isn’t. It’s just me accepting the fact that there’s nothing I can do about it. Moving on.
Dr. James Wilson: Which is, I think, the definition of adulthood.
Dr. Gregory House: Well, if it is. Being a kid is a lot more fun.

Dr. James Wilson: House, it’s too late. The liver started to degrade. It’s no longer viable for transplant.
Dr. Gregory House: …
[to the victim’s sister]
Dr. Gregory House: Well played. Religion just killed another person.

Dr. Gregory House: Don’t be a doormat Wilson!
Dr. James Wilson: Boy. You are – you willfully ruined my food and have taken over my living room because you *already think I’m a doormat*! You know what?
[Opens the fridge and throws House’s margarita shooters in the trash]
Dr. James Wilson: You’re wrong! Clean up your stuff and GET OUT!

Dr. James Wilson: I want to donate a lobe of my liver to Tucker.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: That’s insane!
Dr. James Wilson: I’m donating a small portion of…
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: You have hundreds of patients.
Dr. James Wilson: And until I run out of excess organs, why shouldn’t I do everything I can to help them?
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Because you’re a doctor, not a donor.

Dr. James Wilson: The operation is in 2 hours. I’d like you to be there.
Dr. Gregory House: [Long pause] No.
Dr. James Wilson: What? Why?
Dr. Gregory House: Because if you die, I’m alone.

Dr. James Wilson: We do need a bigger refridgerator. She hurt my friend. She should be punished.
Dr. Gregory House: You got mad? I’m proud of you. Cuddy won’t share the sentiment. How you gonna explain it to her?
Dr. James Wilson: Changing our address to a PO box.
Dr. Gregory House: She’ll find out eventually.
Dr. James Wilson: Problem delayed is a problem denied.
[Makes a call on his cell phone]
Dr. James Wilson: Bonnie. I’ll take it.

“House M.D.: Don’t Ever Change (#4.12)” (2008)
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: [about Amber] Are you sure she doesn’t just want to drag you back to her lair, hang you upside down, and lay her eggs inside of you?
Dr. James Wilson: Excellent disguise, House.

Dr. Gregory House: Cross-species mating. If you like Darwin and the Galapagos.
Dr. James Wilson: Amber and I have a lot in common.
Dr. Gregory House: She’s a cutthroat bitch. You cry over Dark Victory.
Dr. James Wilson: Bette Davis, another strong assertive woman.

Dr. James Wilson: Amber is exactly what I need and you would agree if you weren’t mired in self-loathing topped with a thin crust of megalomania.
Dr. Gregory House: Hey, that’s my best friend’s girl you’re talking about.

Dr. Gregory House: She’s a needy version of me.
Dr. James Wilson: Hard to imagine such a mythical creature.

Dr. James Wilson: C’est la vie, and I use the French because you’re an ass.

Dr. James Wilson: Are you being self-sacrificing?
Dr. Gregory House: I’ll sacrifice a lab rat, I’ll sacrifice a fly, I’ll sacrifice $200 on a mudder at Monmouth Park. I don’t sacrifice self. Shabbat shalom, Wilson.
Dr. James Wilson: Shabbat shalom, House.

Dr. James Wilson: So you’re going to acknowledge that people can change?
Dr. Gregory House: No.
Dr. James Wilson: You think I’ve changed? Or Amber’s changed?
Dr. Gregory House: Nope.
Dr. James Wilson: Then YOU’VE changed!
Dr. Gregory House: If you do change, can’t it be the part of you that chases me down the halls trying to change me?
Dr. James Wilson: Do you know what this means?
Dr. Gregory House: That you’ve made ONE good dating choice. The fabric of the space-time continum could unravel.
Dr. James Wilson: My whole world could expand. I could form a long term connection that isn’t with you. And since you put the darkest possible construction on everything, you could end up losing a friend… You’ve thought of all this, and yet you’re going along with it. Are you being self-sacrificing?

Dr. Gregory House: You like that!
Dr. Wilson: It’s annoying, but she’s good at it.
Dr. Gregory House: Wait a second. This isn’t just about the sex. You like her personality. You like that she’s kniving. You like that she has no regard for consequences. You like that she can humiliate someone if it serves
[stops abruptly]
Dr. Gregory House: Oh my God. You’re sleeping with me!

“House M.D.: Alone (#4.1)” (2007)
Dr. James Wilson: [to House] So all you have to do is convince this kid that his girlfriend had a secret doctor, and a secret stash, and a secret life. It’s been a while since a patient took a swing at you. Can I watch?

Dr. Gregory House: [when House’s guitar is “kidnapped”] Give it back.
Dr. James Wilson: What happened? Did someone kidnap your guitar? Your 12 thousand-dollar 1967 Flying V? Or something?
Dr. Gregory House: Where’d you hide it?
Dr. James Wilson: I’m flattered you would consider me this bold and brilliant.
Dr. Gregory House: Yeah, it takes a cri…
[stops, then sees pieces missing from Wilson’s newspaper]
Dr. Gregory House: It takes a criminal mastermind to pull off a heist from an unlocked, unguarded room down the hall. What do you want?
Dr. James Wilson: Me? Nothing. But I’m sure the kidnapper wants what every kidnapper wants: to see you interview 5 to 7 well-qualified fellowship candidates.
Dr. Gregory House: I don’t need a team.
Dr. James Wilson: You were bouncing ideas off a janitor.
Dr. Gregory House: And solved the case!

Dr. James Wilson: [over a piece of House’s guitar which has been “kidnapped”] Oh, my God. This guy means business, or guys. It could be multiple, multiple guys or a gal. Who knows? All I can say this reeks of boldness.
Dr. Gregory House: I am not hiring a team.
Dr. James Wilson: You ever tighten a guitar string really, really slowly? Past the point it can handle the strain? It makes this weird sound, almost like a scream.

Dr. Gregory House: [on the phone with Wilson] Did you ever see Raid on Entebbe?
Dr. James Wilson: Yeah. In the end, they released the hostages. How’s that working for you?
Dr. Gregory House: The Ugandans played fair. They didn’t move the hostages on the Israelis.
Dr. James Wilson: Once again, I am in awe of the kidnapper’s tactical brilliance.
Dr. Gregory House: [turns on Wilson’s TiVo] What is “El Fuego Del Amor” and why do you need 10 of them?
Dr. James Wilson: It’s a… it’s a telenovela. I’m learning Spanish.
Dr. Gregory House: Well, say adios.
Dr. James Wilson: Are you erasing my TiVo? House! Not the season finale!
Dr. Gregory House: I don’t negotiate with terrorists. I smoke them out of their hidey-holes.

Dr. James Wilson: [on the phone with House] Do you know what terrorists do when you don’t negotiate? They terrorize.
Dr. Gregory House: Bring it on!

Dr. James Wilson: You stole my patient.
Dr. Gregory House: You kidnapped my guitar.
Dr. James Wilson: Give him back.
Dr. Gregory House: Only when you give her back.
Dr. James Wilson: It’s a she?
Dr. Gregory House: Well, it’s certainly not a dude.
Dr. James Wilson: It’s a guitar! You took a human being!
Dr. Gregory House: Now who doesn’t have a sense of humor?

Dr. James Wilson: [House and Wilson searching the patient’s home] What does the diary say?
Dr. Gregory House: It’s basically a list of her sexual encounters. Boys, girls, vibrating appliances.
Dr. James Wilson: If it was, you’d be quoting, not summarizing.

Dr. James Wilson: Where’s the restaurant?
Dr. Gregory House: What restaurant?
Dr. James Wilson: The one you said you’re taking me to for lunch.
Dr. Gregory House: Oh… ahh…
[points to a house]
Dr. Gregory House: This one’s homier, dibs on a cold pizza?

“House M.D.: Birthmarks (#5.4)” (2008)
Dr. James Wilson: That’s how we met: I was in jail.
Sheriff Costello: This guy was a total stranger to you and you bailed him out?
Dr. Gregory House: It was a boring convention. I had to have somebody to drink with.

Dr. James Wilson: You know, you could just wait for the MRI to have your curiosity satisfied.
Dr. Gregory House: What person who is nothing like me are you saying that to?

[House uses nail clippers to remove part of his father’s earlobe while feigning grief over the coffin]
Dr. James Wilson: [whispering] Put it back.
Dr. Gregory House: Well he’s not going to miss it.
Dr. James Wilson: I’m done enabling. You can’t even let them put him in the ground without making it serve your agenda?