This happened speaking of apostrophes in English class
David: Wait, so how would we add an apostrophe to the statement, "Doctor Who's House?"
Professor: Well, it wouldn't be "Doctor Whose", showing possession it would definitely be "Doctor Who's".
Brandon: Doctor Who doesn't even live in a house, he lives in a black telephone box.
Monica: Dude, it's blue. And it's like, bigger than a telephone box.
Me: It's the Tardis, a police b-Are we really talking about Doctor Who in class?
Professor: Who's House. Yes. But you can't really say Who-Is House, so you can only use this because it is a name--
Brandon: Who is House?
Me: Pretty sure he's a doctor.