[S2E24] No Reason
Waking up from a coma two days later, House continues to treat Vincent from his hospital bed in the ICU with Moriarty, shot by hospital security and handcuffed to his bed, as his roommate. House wakes up Moriarty and asks why he wanted him to die. Moriarty replies that it was not his intention to kill House, and that he wanted to see House suffer. The reason Moriarty wanted to see House suffer was because his wife was a recent patient that House previously treated. While diagnosing her, House badgered Moriarty until he admitted that he had cheated on her. Despite this fact having no medical relevance to his wife's illness, House told her about the affair anyway. Moriarty's wife then committed suicide shortly after being released from the hospital. He tells House that he realizes that his affair led to his wife's suicide, however he feels that House should take part of the blame because there was "no reason" to tell her about it.
[S2E24] No Reason
The title has a double reason referring to both Moriarty's motive for killing House ("Who would want to kill you" - not having a reason or, as House put it "His reasoning was faulty") and House's inability to think logically (i.e. "to reason") after being treated with ketamine.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Working!Dr. Gregory House: We need to talk.Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Get back to the ICU! Who un-cuffed you?Dr. Gregory House: Why would a surgeon administer Ketamine?Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Who showed you your surgical file?Dr. Gregory House: How do you know it's mine?Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Because your patient hasn't had surgery and you don't care about anybody else.Dr. Gregory House: My anesthesia was almost nonexistent, and yet I wasn't awake. For some reason, somebody decided to put me in a dissociative coma instead of just putting me out.Dr. Lisa Cuddy: There are plenty of reasons to use...Dr. Gregory House: Fine. I'll go beat the truth out of my surgeon. Gillick, right?Dr. Lisa Cuddy: It - worked. There's a clinic in Germany; they've been treating chronic pain by inducing comas and letting the mind basically reboot itself. There's about a 50% chance your pain will come back, which of course means there is a 50% chance that it won't.Dr. Gregory House: You had no right...Dr. Lisa Cuddy: To heal you?Dr. Gregory House: You messed with my brain!Dr. Lisa Cuddy: Why are you so upset? Are you experiencing any neurological symptoms? Dizziness? Tremors? Hallucinations?Dr. Gregory House: No. It's a point of principle.
House: I screwed some basic anatomy and I'm misconnecting a testicular explosion with a testicular problem. Think there's any way I would have done that before Cuddy messed with my brain? Wilson: She was trying to help you and it worked. House: Yeah, I can run like the wind, but I can't think. Seeing as how I'm too old to become a professional athlete, she screwed me over, big time. Wilson: You don't want a healthy leg. House: Oh, here we go. Wilson: If you've got a good life, you're healthy, you've got no reason to bitch, no reason to hate life. House: Well, here's the flaw in your argument: if I enjoy hating life, I don't hate life, I enjoy it.Wilson: I didn't say it was rational. HIV testing is ninety-nine percent accurate, which means there are some people who test positive, who live with their own impending doom for months or years before finding out everything's okay. Weirdly, most of them don't react with happiness, or even anger. They get depressed, not because they wanted to die, but because they've defined themselves by their disease. Suddenly, what made them them isn't real. House: I don't define myself by my leg. Wilson: No, you have taken it one step further. The only way you could come to terms with your disability was to some way make it mean nothing. So you had to redefine everything. You have dismissed anything physical, anything not coldly, calculatingly intellectual.
She first accuses Gustave Le Grand, in the style of a silent movie, of tying Pinkie to the railroad tracks and chopping up the cake with a saw blade. Twilight is quick to point out that Pinkie is clearly not tied to the train tracks and that the cake was bitten, not sliced.
Next, Pinkie accuses Joe... or rather, notorious super-spy "Con Mane", who knocked out Pinkie Pie and destroyed the cake with an arsenal of spy gadgets. Twilight shoots this theory down, too, citing the lack of a laser beam security system and Joe's non-spy physique.
Pinkie decides that must mean Mulia Mild is the culprit behind the destruction of the cake, and a Ninja for some reason. Twilight points out the brow-beaten Mulia is probably not a secret master of the martial arts.
In "Scent of a Hoodie", when Star doesn't have a reason to go back to Earth and stays on Mewni, he and Star share a tearful goodbye hug before they part ways. He later receives his missing hoodie at the end of the episode and, after noticing that it smells like Star, he sniffs it.
Marco despises Jeremy, complaining that the only reason Jeremy is good at karate is that his parents are rich and spoil him with the best equipment and private lessons. In "Monster Arm", he wants to beat Jeremy in a tournament and not be made fun of for losing or "wussing out". When Monster Arm later attempts to slaughter Jeremy, Marco is mortified and intervenes. Outside of karate, Jeremy continues to bully Marco on a regular basis, much to Marco's frustration, as revealed in "Cheer Up, Star". Marco tends to rebuff Jeremy verbally, apparently not wanting to use force outside of karate matches. However, he chases after Jeremy in "The Banagic Incident" after Jeremy pushes him too far.
Malcolm's shoe was taken by a little boy, and tortures him knowing he can't leave the cot, making a group of girls laugh at him. Malcolm attempts to get up but his mother quickly catches him, Malcolm tells her about the boy, she says she'll handle it, leading the boy to tease him even more. Lois tells Malcolm to get back on the cot, this is the final straw for Malcolm and he angrily tells Lois no, and announces he quits. Finally coming to the realization that the only reason he was being punished, was because he had agreed to be punished, and further adds he will no longer comply, telling Lois this act isn't parenting, merely an act of sadism. Lois responds asking Malcolm if he thinks she enjoys punishing him and Malcolm immediately responds yes. Malcolm tells her they need to change the rules of how to deal with each other, wondering if she plans to take away his TV after he's married, or give him a time-out when he's 30. Malcolm then wonders what Lois is going to do, and suggests spank him. Lois agrees and pulls him into a spanking position, Malcolm is scared and wonders how she got so strong. Lois gives him a slight tap on the buttock, with the onlookers gasping in horror, and Malcolm left in a state of shock, demonstrating that as long as she has the power to physically overpower him, she'll remain in charge. Lois tells her son that once she can no longer do that, then she'll allow the rules to be changed. Everyone else is sympathetic to his plight and sees Lois out as an abusive mom. Out of anger, they report her to Cadet Edwards.
Hal continues to campaign for the toxic orphan while continuing to make the crowd feel guilty for their selfishness. Dewey walks up to his father and asks if they can leave, Hal tells him to wait, Jerry recognizes Dewey is his son and tells everyone the reason he was collecting money in the first place. The crowd is furious and Hal assures them he didn't know and he doesn't allow his children to behave like this. Then Captain James walks up to Hal with Reese in tow, telling him Reese was running a black market and had two diabetics bidding against each other for insulin. Reese claims it as a lie before his jacket is opened revealing his swindled goods. Hal then chastises the two boys for their behaviour and orders them to apologize. He puts Dewey on a chair and orders him to apologize for lying about being an orphan, Dewey apologizes by confessing that they were responsible for the train wreck. Everyone is angered by this. Hal throws the money in the air picks up Dewey and tells Reese to run with some of the crowd chasing after them.
Parks and Recreation evolved from season to season but it never felt like it lost its overall focus or changed into a different show. Some actors left, some arrived, but Parks was always Parks. The biggest reason for the continuity was in the rock solid consistency of its main cast, which started at the top with Amy Poehler.
Hatori is a quiet and serious man who is composed at all times. At first glance, he is mentioned to be rather cold and intimidating, which is why people can misunderstand him. He has also resigned himself to the fact that the Zodiacs should not love or be loved. However, behind his somber and stern personality, Hatori is deeply kind and compassionate, and puts others' happiness before his own. Ayame mentions that his kindness is his best trait as it is his worst. This is especially evident by the fact that Hatori is genuinely happy that Kana could find happiness with another man even after forgetting him. He is also genuinely upset at his inability to protect the younger Zodiacs from Akito's wrath, and decides to watch over Tohru Honda and the younger Zodiacs from making the same mistakes he made. Moreover, the reason why Hatori did not want Tohru to involve herself with the Sohmas is because he did not want her to suffer the same heartbreak as Kana did. 041b061a72