House, M.D./Sleeping Dogs Lie

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Sleeping Dogs Lie
Season 2, Episode 18
Airdate April 18, 2006
Production Number 218
Written by Sara Hess
Directed by Greg Yaitanes
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Sleeping Dogs Lie is the eighteenth episode of the second season of House, M.D., and the fortieth episode overall.

Starring: Hugh Laurie (Dr. Gregory House), Lisa Edelstein (Dr. Lisa Cuddy), Omar Epps (Dr. Eric Foreman), Robert Sean Leonard (Dr. James Wilson), Jennifer Morrison (Dr. Allison Cameron), Jesse Spencer (Dr. Robert Chase)

Guest Starring: Jayma Mays (Hannah), Dahlia Salem (Max)

Co-Starring: Julia Ling (Anne), Alice Lo (Mrs. Ling), KT Thangavelu (Surgeon), Kendall Clement (Anesthesiologist)


Plot Overview

While Cameron and Foreman argue over a case study report Cameron claims Foreman stole from her, House treats an insomniac woman suffering from liver failure. When her lesbian life partner agrees to donate her liver, Cameron learns the patient intends to leave her partner, but House forbids Cameron from disclosing this information to the donor.


Arc Advancement


  • Foreman steals an article from Cameron.
  • Foreman tells Cameron that he's not her friend.




The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments


  • Cameron: I don't own House's cases. You had just as much right as I did to write it up. You should of told me, but I should of handled it better too. If we want this not to get in the way of our friendship, I think we both have to apologize, and put it behind us.
  • Foreman: I like you, really. We have a good time working together. But ten years from now, we're not gonna be hanging out, having dinners. Maybe we'll exchange Christmas cards, say hi, give a hug if we're at the same conference. But... (exhale) We're not friends. We're colleagues. And I don't have anything to apologize for.