“Confess. Confess. Confess. Confess it felt good beating me, starving me, frightening me, humiliating me. You didn’t do it because you cared about my atonement. You did it because it felt good. I understand. I do things because they feel good. I drink because it feels good. I killed my husband because it felt good to be rid of him. I fuck my brother because it feels good to feel him inside me; I lie about fucking my brother because it feels good to keep our sons safe from hateful hypocrites. I killed your high sparrow and all his little sparrows, all his septums and all his septors, all his filthy soldiers, because it felt good to watch them burn. It felt good to imagine their shock and their pain. No thought has ever given me greater joy. Even confessing feels good under the right circumstances.”
House MD Season Seven: Chase/Masters should have been a thing
Masters: I put making friends and having relationships on hold so I could concentrate on studying. I always thought, there’ll be plenty of time for that in the future… but now - when I do want them - I can’t even get a date to this charity event. If I can’t establish a relationship in my personal life, how will I ever do it with a patient? Chase: …Be honest with her. If it comes down to a choice between the brutal truth and hope: side with hope.
17 TV Shows That Were Never the Same After a Star Left
Lisa Edelstein, House
Edelstein’s season seven exit from the medical drama was sudden and swift, leaving House (Hugh Laurie) and Cuddy (Edelstein) shippers seriously ticked off. (He drove his car through her house!) Season eight, the series’ last, just wasn’t the same without Cuddy.
“After much consideration, I am moving onward with a combination of disappointment at leaving behind a character I have loved playing for seven years and excitement of the new opportunities in acting and producing that lie ahead,” Edelstein said in a statement at the time.