DISCLAIMER: House is property of FOX

AN. Sorry this is so short! I had plans for two more challenges, but the story wasn't flowing and I just wanted to finish it. And then I had no idea how to end it, so this is the result. It's pretty lame, so I apologise in advance.


"You don't have to look so smug," House muttered irritably, watching Cameron dance around the living room.

She laughed. "Greg, I can count on one hand the number of time you've admitted that you're wrong since I first met you. So, yes I am going to be smug, and I am going to do a happy dance."

"Then you don't get any more pizza," House replied childishly, pulling the box from the coffee table onto his lap.

Although House had known almost from the beginning he would lose the bet, that didn't he was going to lose graciously.

"Why did it have to be F.R.I.E.N.D.S?" he groaned. "Why can't you be obsessed with Grey's Anatomy like every other woman in America?"

Cameron giggled. "Like you need an excuse to try something in an elevator," she said teasingly. "Or a supply closet, or a clinic room, or a hospital room, or the Coma Guy's room…"

"The balcony was fun," House said wistfully with a grin.

She snorted, blushing slightly with the memory. "Not for Wilson it wasn't."

House just laughed. "Boy I wish I'd had a camera. So, when are you planning to invoke your winnings?"

Cameron's smile showed her gratefulness at the change of subject. "Major Harry Potter marathon this weekend. Wilson's coming too."

"Fun," House said unenthusiastically.

"He's bringing pie and beer," she continued knowingly and House's face brightened.

"Fun," he chirped and Cameron giggled.

"Yeah, I thought so. How on earth did Wilson involve himself in a friendship that consists of him constantly supplying you with free food?" she wondered aloud.

House shrugged. "Hey, I don't look a gift horse in the mouth."

"One day it'll be a Trojan horse and you'll get stabbed in your sleep," Cameron muttered warningly but House dismissed her.

"I want you to take me to the Harry Potter theme park in Florida," she said abruptly, changing the subject.

House looked at her in surprise. "There's a Harry Potter theme park?" he asked incredulously.

"Well, not yet. They're building one," she explained.

"And you're just assuming we'll still be together when it opens?"

She grinned. "I figure I'm stuck with you by now."

House figured she was right, and threw the remote down with a sigh. "There's nothing on TV!" he moaned. "Let's watch a DVD."

"Ooh, season eight of F.R.I.E.N.D.S," Cameron replied immediately, leaping up to grab the DVD from the shelf.

House knew that was her favourite season and sighed. "Ok, let's watch."

"But you can't clap along to the opening credits," she warned him as she resumed her seat.

Damn, House sighed inwardly.