Prove Me Wrong

Part Two

Oh, yeah? Then why do you dream of him making love to you every night.

I don't just dream about him, I dream about girls too.

That doesn't solve anything. That just makes you bi.

No, I'm not.

Alright, maybe not. But you do love him.

No, I don't.

Yes, you do.

No, I-

Then why when you look at him sometimes you wish you could kiss him. Or when your hands brush your heart flips. Or-

Alright, I get the point.

So you admit it.

Yes.

Say it.

Yes, god damn it! I'm in love with him.

So then what are you waiting for! Go after him!

Wilson stood up and ran down the hall. He yanked the door open and ran outside. He didn't have to walk long. House was sitting against a tree at the corner of their street. Wilson slowed to a walk as he approached him. House looked up when he heard him coming. "What do you want, Wilson?" he asked tiredly.

"You."

House looked up startled. "What?" he asked.

Wilson sighed and walked over next to him. He crouched close to the ground so he was eyelevel with his friend.

"You. I want you."

House still didn't understand.

"I want you. I want you to come home. I want you to kiss me. I want you to hold me. I want you to date me. I want you to…love me… More importantly, I want you." told Wilson softly.

"You… you want…"

"You, yes." Wilson finished. He straighten up and then held out a hand to the diagnostician.

House met his gaze. He shook his head in disbelief. Then grabbed Wilson's hand as he helped him to his feet. House stood and met Wilson's gaze. "Let me get this straight. You actually want to date me?"

Wilson smirked and pressed a hand to Houses chest. Leaning forward he whispered in House's ear, "More then date. But yes. Looks like your out fifty bucks. I've proven you wrong." House shivered agreeably. He caught Wilson's cheek and pressed his lips against Wilson's. At first gently then almost desperately. He was waiting for him to disappear.

When they broke. Still in each other's arms and gasping, House smirked and whispered in Wilson's ear, "Maybe I wanted to lose. Maybe I wanted you to prove me wrong, all along." Wilson shivered agreeably and smirked. He was almost positive that was the first and last time he'd ever hear House say he was glad to be proven wrong ever again…

FIN