Becker: See Margaret, it does pay to complain. It pays to be a pain in the ass.
Margaret: Then why aren't you a millionaire?
Reggie: When I was a model I used to meet guys all the time...
Jake: (to Bob) I think I have this version on cassette.
Reggie: Becker you're just trading one addiction for another.
Becker: I'm not trading one addiction for another. This is nicotine, it's the exact same addiction.
Margaret: (to John) Nothing spells winner than a six foot man on a two foot bike.
Becker: I went to the pancake breakfast.
Margaret: John, that was for the children.
Becker: If they didn't want adults there they should have put that on the ticket.
Becker: There's the little girl who sold me the ticket.
Girl: Hi, Dr. Becker.
Teacher: She's sweet, isn't she?
Becker: She looks sweet.
Reggie: You saw what just happened here, right? Three years ago this guy came in here took all my good luck and left his bad luck behind. No wonder my life is crap.
Bob: If you didn't come here to smoke and you didn't come here to eat, what are you doing here?
Becker: I have no idea.
Margaret: You have two vacation days coming up at the end of the month. You either use them or lose them.
Linda: I never thought I could lose a vacation!
Margaret: Out with the gum.
(he spits it out)
Becker: Margaret, that's nicotine gum. If I don't have that it's going to be cold turkey like last time.
Margaret: Oh, please God! Chew.
Becker: I bought pancake tickets. I came to a pancake breakfast. If it has yet to occur to you, I want pancakes.
Third of four episodes where Becker tries to quit smoking.
This episode was nominated for a Prism award, which honors the accurate portrayal of drug and alcohol addiction in the entertainment industry.