(cigarette falls down the fire escape)
Becker: I see you, I see you. Don't move, don't move.
(food container leaks)
Becker: A billion Chinese, you'd think they'd invent a leak proof container?
Becker: Boy, it's been a long hard day, a long hard day.
Margaret: John, it's only 2:30 PM.
Becker: Why don't we just close early?
Linda: Good night. (takes her bag and leaves swiftly)
Becker: (to the dog, about Linda) If you can ever answer the phone, you can have her job.
(Becker hides the cigarette in his mouth as he hears a knock at the door)
Margaret: Are you smoking?
(Becker shakes his head)
Becker: (pushes the cigarette out of his mouth) Oh! It still hurt a lot less than if she had caught me.
Holly: (to Becker about her dog) Any chance he's going to need medicinal marijuana?
Becker: (to Linda) I'm not a vet. You do know I'm not a vet do you?
Linda: (to Holly) The great thing about intelligent people is that they're not that bright.
Becker: A couple of rats get emphysema and I'm supposed to change my lifestyle. I don't think so.
Chris: You put your cigarette in my coffee!
Bob: I can look in your pants and tell you the size on the tag.
Jake: Let me think how bad I really wanna know.
Becker: They have thirty handicap parking spaces at the gym. Who the hell is using them? You'd think that an able bodied man would catch a break.
Fourth and final on-screen attempt for Becker to quit smoking...this time by force from Chris, and is finally successful.
Smoking was recently banned in all restaurants in New York not too long before this episode aired.