Music. Tea. Justice. (Bitey mad lady with a love of physics, food, and fiction, and a hyper-literate prog rock soundtrack.)
One night, Harvard astronomer Alex Parker was camped out at the telescope for a spot of star-gazing, and found himself facing a long, dry period of waiting for the clouds to clear. To pass the time, he started playing around with various images from the Hubble Space Telescope, and ended up assembling them into a colorful mosaic.
Wilson: Can this wait 5 minutes?
House: Is she dying?
House: [he leans to look at the patient around Wilson] Before the end of this consult?
Wilson: They could build monuments to your self-centeredness.
House: Patient, 15-yr-old, faith healer, hotline to god.
Wilson: What are his symptoms?
House: He is not a saint. He figures out what’s going on in people’s lives by watching, listening, deducing—
Wilson: You’re worried about trademark infringement?
House: Then he passes on advice from god so he can watch them jump, it’s a power trip.
Wilson: Ah! And there the similarities end.