Surely, you're not sitting in the dark to save on the hospital's electricity bills.

Wilson checked his watch one last time, tapped his foot once, and walked down the long hallway to House's office. He noticed, even at a distance, that the office was dark. Either House was hiding from Cuddy or he was in pain. One would make for good jokes, the other might earn him some snark remarks about his tie/shirt/anything.

He stopped in front of the door, wrapped once with his knuckle and then simply came in. He didn't even have to look around the room, he knew exactly what was going on. That was the thing, even as unpredictable as House was at times, even his unpredictableness followed a strange sort of pattern. He turned and shut the door.

"Any particular reason your lights are shut off?" He asked, turning and looking at his friend.

There were a few things to be said about their friendship and Wilson tried not to think about them most of the time. It was usually an unsuccessful attempt but he still tried.

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House's paperwork. Cameron sighed as she worked through Dr. House's e-mails, reading each and sending back a polite reply. She could have said no to House, could have said "House, you really should be answering your own mail." but there were few things she would and could tell House "no" about.

There hadn't been any patients for the team in days (or, atleast, none that House had deemed interesting enough to take on) and even though Cameron was seated in House's office, in his chair, at his computer, she saw very little of him. She assumed he was hiding out in the clinic, using up but not actually doing his clinic hours, or with Wilson.

Another page of e-mails to be answered. Each one had to be replied to politely, stating that House was a busy man and could not take on this-or that-case. In her mind, they all sounded the same.

She sighed again and reached over for her coffee cup, sipping it and grimacing. It was cold.

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