Nurse Phoebe gives the warning to the electromagnetism experiment.
Beakman: (turning green) I'm queasy for a query. I'm nauseous with knowledge. Spew forth a question, Phoebe!
Beakman: Do you know what that music means?
Lester: (excitedly) Dinner theatre has finally come to Beakman's World?
Lester: (to Phoebe as a waitress) What do you recommend?
Phoebe: A new taylor, plastic surgery and a bath.
Lester: And don't forget the most important sense of all - fashion sense!
Beakman: Actually, Lester, fasion sense is not one of our internal senses.
Phoebe: But it does take a lot of sense to wear those earrings.
Beakman: Not to mention a sense of humor!
Phoebe: Stand and deliver! It's time to download your daydreams! Here he is... The power forward of formulas, the post-up center of sensibility, the Mr. Anthony Newley of yours truly... the one, the only, the Beakman!
Beakman: You pop them, I'll drop them, let's camel-walk!
This episode has a rare "Myth-Busters" moment to bust a science myth.
The song on the five senses is based on the tune of "Won't You Go Home, Bill Bailey" released by several artists during the Forties and Sixties.