Dr. Katz

Season 6 Episode 11

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Dec 24, 1999 on Comedy Central
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Tragedy strikes when the family TV dies ("Maybe you should give it mouth-to-mouth," offers Katz). Ben, of course, is most stricken by this event, unable to live even a day without it. He also can't wait for Katz to get home so they can go buy one together; instead, he has a 72-inch TV delivered to the house.moreless

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    Al Lubel

    Al Lubel

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Dom Irrera

    Dom Irrera

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Todd Barry

    Todd Barry

    Todd, the video store clerk

    Recurring Role

    Julianne Shapiro

    Julianne Shapiro

    Julie

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Ben: Good burrito, Dad.
        Dr. Katz: Good burrito to you, too!

      • Todd: How much did the big screen TV set you back?
        Ben: Set who back?

      • (Dr. Katz and Ben are watching their new TV after Ben returned the big-screen and got a smaller model)
        Dr. Katz: Why did you get a TV smaller than the one we originally had?
        Ben: I didn't, that's the same size as the one we had.
        Dr. Katz: We had a 27-inch.
        Ben: Well, here's the manual, what does it say?
        Dr. Katz: 27-inches. I guess it seems smaller in comparison to the big screen. We'll get used to it. (squints at the TV) Is he taking out a gun or a pen?

      • Dom Irerra: That's why I'm here - I'm here not to worry! You tell me not to worry about it, and that's your advice? That's what I come in here all these friggin' years for, to get that kind of advice? Thanks! The guy at the newstand could tell me not to worry about it!
        Dr. Katz: You know, if the guy at the newstand tells you not to worry about it, you still have to buy the paper.

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