There’re dialogs that are really funny. This is in 2×05.
(Cut to House walking up to Wilson’s car in the outdoors car park at night)
House: You bastard! [Wilson turns around and sees House] You invited my parents to dinner.
Wilson: Geez Cameron’s got a big mouth!
House: Hah! Not as big as yours!
Wilson: Hey! You used me to avoid seeing your parents.
House: Well what do you care?
Wilson: I don’t, I just thought it might be interesting to find out why.
House: You could have just asked.
Wilson: You would have lied!
House: And you would have believed me! Which would have kept us both happy. [Wilson looks utterly confused] You want your money back? Is this what this is about?
Wilson: No! [pause] Wait, what… have you got the money?
[House rests his cane against the car and digs in his pockets for something]
Wilson: If you have the money then why did you need the loan?
House: I didn’t. [takes out his chequebook and starts writing a cheque] Just wanted to see if you could give it to me. I’ve been borrowing increasing amounts ever since you lent me 40 dollars a year ago. A little experiment to see where you draw the line.
Wilson: [dumbfounded] You’re [splutters] you’re trying to… objectively measure how much I value our friendship?!
House: Hey, it’s 5 grand. You’ve got nothing to be ashamed of. [tears the cheque out of his chequebook] So what do you say? One little phone call and one big cheque?
Wilson: [takes the cheque and puts it in his wallet] Fine. Thanks. Now, be a grown-up and either tell mommy and daddy you don’t want to see them, or I’m picking you up at 7 for dinner [gets into his car]
House: [shocked] What do you mean? You just said that—
Wilson: I lied. I’ve been lying to you in increasing amounts ever since I told you you looked good unshaved, a year ago. It’s a little experiment, you know, see where you draw the line [closes the car door and starts his car up]
There’re lots of other stuff that makes me laugh in that show, but I think about one I saw just yesterday in 2×17. Wilson lives at House’s since he doesn’t live home, and House is UGLY with him, and so at the end, we see House who falls bc his cane suddenly break, and…
[And suddenly as they’re walking side-by-side down the corridor, House’s cane breaks in half and he falls dramatically down on to the floor. Wilson walks on without blinking an eye. House lands on the floor, completely in shock. Wilson turns around to look, as does everybody else in the vicinity]
Wilson: Wow. Looks like somebody filed halfway through your cane while you were sleeping.
[Wilson walks away without even breaking a smile. House takes a moment before he suddenly smiles in amusement and grabs the two halves of his cane and sits up]