Dr. Katz

Electric Bike

Season 4, Ep 3, Aired 6/29/97
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  • Episode Description
  • Dr. Katz buys an Electric Bike because he always wanted one but never got it as a kid. They find that a $1,000 bicycle isn't all fun and games, when it breaks as Ben drove it down stairs. They soon learn that some inventions just were never meant to be.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jonathan Katz (I)

    Dr. Katz

  • H. Jon Benjamin

    Ben Katz

  • Laura Silverman

    Laura, the receptionist

  • Dave Chappelle

    Himself

  • Ray Romano

    Himself

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Ben: Dad, I know you got, you have your own agenda, I just think it's stupid.

    • Ben: You know what, though, Dad; what I am sorry about is making fun of your purchase. Dr. Katz: It's not the making fun of it so much as, um, the mangling of it that really got to me.

    • Ben: A couple of words about the bike: sucks, um, not good, bad bike, waste of money, looks bad, people laugh at it. I go by, I ride, the engine doesn't kick in. Dr. Katz: Couple words about the son: not supportive, unkind, peeing on my parade, maybe a little jealous of my bike. Ben: I'm not jealous, Dad. I was riding it and, what happens is, when the engine kicks in, it goes slower, because it like resists. I was also gonna say Dad, it doesn't do well down sets of stairs. It's not like a mountain bike. Because when you do, the electric part, snaps off. Dr. Katz: You don't mean that literally it snapped off. Ben: I mean hypothetically it would ... and literally it did.

    • Dr. Katz: Do you know how long it took me to get from the elevator to our office (on the bike)? Laura: How long? Dr. Katz: Six seconds. Laura: How long does it usually take you? Dr. Katz: Eight seconds.

    • Dr. Katz: I did some arithmetic and I figured out that by riding my bike to work over a period of six months, I would save more than the cost of that bike on fuel. Stanley: That's considerable. Dr. Katz: And, I have to leave about an hour earlier. Stanley: That's ridiculous.

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    Notes (1)

    • Katz's family didn't believe in Birthdays

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