Before her final episode aired on November 16, 2009, Morrison commented on the announcement of her departure, stating that it was not definite.
"I don't think anyone really knows...they're always just a couple of episodes ahead, and [executive producer] David Shore has always been very true to the writing of the characters and what he believes them to be." Morrison says that Shore is currently trying to figure out the truth of where Cameron's supposed to be right now, and "if she fits into the hospital..as far as I know, they don't know.
Chase that she had become head of emergency medicine at Chicago's Mercy Hospital and Medical Center.
At the last episode of the show ("Everybody Dies"), she is shown with who is supposed to be her new husband and a baby, but she has still kept a photo of House's original team as her desktop background.
She returned for the final episode of the series, "Everybody Dies". However, she ends their relationship when Chase informs her that he wants to take their relationship to the next level.
In "Lockdown", Chase mentions admiring how strong she was when she stood up to her father after he yelled at her mother during their holiday visit. After seeing House's behaviour when he and his ex-girlfriend Stacy (Sela Ward) reunite, Cameron tells House, "I thought you were too screwed up to love anyone. Despite Cameron's refusal to reconcile, Chase starts to ask her out every Tuesday.
Chase scenes are a particularly exciting feature of some films, and the idiom expresses the idea of ignoring any preliminaries and coming immediately to the most important part.