When do cameron and chase start dating
He says he did it, and won't leave the hospital just because she wants to pretend he didn't.
Cameron confronts House by saying he ruined Chase's life making him "unable to see right or wrong and not to see the sanctity of human life". House, which has disappeared as a result of recent events, along with her love for Chase.
D., is a fictional character on the Fox medical drama House, portrayed by American actress Jennifer Morrison. Gregory House's team of handpicked specialists at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital's Department of Diagnostic Medicine.
She returned for the final episode of the series, "Everybody Dies". I'm happy for you." Cameron sleeps with Chase in season 2 episode 7 ("Hunting") while high on methamphetamine, and then begins a "friends with benefits" relationship with him in season 3 at the end of the episode "Insensitive".
He believes Cameron feels it was his fault that Chase did what he did, as he would have created the foul climate for it to happen.
After an outburst of his wife, the doctor realizes she was indeed mad at House but not him.
For one thing, there’s a vocal subset of “House” fans who are not pleased with the lack of screen time that Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) and Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer) have gotten thus far in Season 4.“Cameron and Chase are certainly not on screen as much as they used to be, but the stuff they’re doing, I think, takes on a different weight and a greater weight,” Shore said. The show feels a little crowded with so many characters to service each week.“I’m going to say something your readers aren’t going to like, but as someone running a television show, you have to be very careful – people think they want something and they do want something, but it’s not what they need, shall we say, and it’s not what the show needs,” Shore said later in the interview. I asked Shore if any cast members would be leaving the show, but he was cagey on the topic, and would only say that something “pretty significant” happens in the two-parter that closes out the season.Both Cameron and Chase had been there for a while at the time of the pilot. And if he wasn’t who he is, you wouldn’t like him as much. And it’s sort of something that becomes I think fake on TV – that people stay in these roles forever. But I think they also are enjoying [the fact that their characters are] not intimidated by House.