Cameron: The more devoted, the more reason to lie.
House: That’s cynical!
Cameron: You disagree?
House: No, I’m just kvelling. Our little girl is growing up.
Elizabeth: …. You love me?
Elizabeth: You just don’t trust me.
Greg: He loved her enough to convince himself he could change
Stacey: But he couldn’t
James This isn’t just going to go away.
Greg: No; But you will.
James: I didn’t say “do her”. I said “do something”.
Stacey: If I never tell him, it’ll never hurt. …I want all of this to be simple, but it’s not.
Greg: You can either have a life with me, or you can have a life with him. It can’t be both. It’s not easy, but it is simple.
Greg: I’m not sad, I’m complicated. Chicks dig that.
James: People do crazy things for love.
Greg: No. Crazy is hanging out at the park all day and talking to pigeons. Margie knows what she’s doing.
Greg: Knowing is always better than not knowing.
Foreman: It’s the perfect marriage. There’s nothing to fight over if you don’t talk about anything.
Greg: I told her she’s better off without me.
James: Huh. That’s probably true.
… You’re an idiot! You don’t think she’d be better of without you!
Greg: Right. I sent her off on a whim.
James: You have no idea why you sent her off.
This was no great sacrifice! You sent her away because you’ve got to be miserable.
…You don’t like yourself. But you do admire yourself. It’s all you’ve got, so you cling to it.
(Being miserable doesn’t make you better than anybody else. It just makes you miserable.)