So I think we should make a list will all cool Chaseron and Chaseron connected scenes scenes in all seasons, starting from season 1! Please write whatever you can remember and I'll collect it all in first post. You can also add the link with screencaps from THIS http://housecaps.fanfusion.org/index.phhp
- 1.02: "Nice necklance" scene.
- 1.03: Cameron mentions sex for the first time.
- 1.03: Chase is talking with Foreman about Cameron. Foreman notices his crush on her.
- 1.03: "Sex could kill you" scene.
- 1.03: Chase asks Cameron out for a coffee (one of the last scenes of the episode)
- 1.12: Chase and Cameron are twice eating together (in both scenes also comes Foreman).
In first scene Chase is mocking Cameron "House doesn't have sex, he MAKES LOVE."
In second Cameron tells Chase about her date with House. He thinks it's funny that House invited her for Monster Trucks.
- 1.13: Cameron is trying to talk to Chase about his relationship with father.
- 1.16: The sparks when they were fighting.
- 1.20: When Cameron is going out with House, Chase says:
"He's so OLD" and Camerons responds "And you're so YOUNG."
- 2.02: Cameron is disgusted when Chase admits to kiss child patient. She covers her mouth with her hands, like she was thinking "omg what my lips have touched" ]:->
- 2.07: "Yeah, he's pretending to care, he's pretending not to." After Cameron gets possibly infected, he asks her for a drink, but she refuses. Later that night she invited him over and couple has it's first kiss and sex.
- 2.07: Chase helps Cameron with hangover, but he tells her that what happened between them the night before should probably never happen again. Cameron agrees and assures him that she doesn’t want it to, trying to play off any signs that the attraction may be mutual. In response, Chase simply warns her that “when two people have sex – unless it sucks – if they can do it again, they’re going to do it again. And it didn’t suck.”
- 2.08: Cameron is supportive and defensive of Chase when his father suddenly dies and Chase subsequently causes the accidental death of a patient in the aftermath