Dr. Katz

Season 1 Episode 4

Cholesterol

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jun 18, 1995 on Comedy Central
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When Katz becomes concerned about his health after a routine check-up, Julie the bartender agrees to help him get in shape. In exchange, he gives her guitar lessons and sings a songs he wrote about her, with one word: "Julie." Dr. Katz's patients this episode are Dave Attell and Laura Kightlinger.moreless

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    • QUOTES (8)

      • Dr. Katz: You know, supposedly, they say that your chances of surviving prostate cancer are just as good if you don't operate.
        Dave (client): Hey do you wanna go to a party later? Wow! You are a downer. I might be a manic-depressive, but you've got some issues yourself, doctor.

      • Ben: You're a shapely man, yourself, Dad, in a way. I mean, you're a little heavy around the hip area.
        Dr. Katz: I'm built to bare children.

      • Dr. Katz: (after his work-out) I'm feeling it already. I feel a difference.
        Julie: Yeah?!
        Dr. Katz: Give me a shot in the stomach.
        Julie: No.
        Dr. Katz: Give me your best shot. Come on.
        Julie: No.
        Dr. Katz: I can take it. Just do it. Just give me, hit me with your best...
        Julie: You don't want me to do that.
        Dr. Katz: Yes, just give me...
        Julie: You really want me?
        Dr. Katz: Yeah.
        Julie: Alright, okay. *punch*
        Dr. Katz: (knocked breathless and whispering) 911, just tell Laura to call 911.
        Julie: Jonathon, are you alright?
        Dr. Katz: (still whispering) I'll kill you!

      • Dr. Katz: You know what, I feel weird taking a shower in a room full of strange men.
        Stan: Why?
        Dr. Katz: Well, what if they make fun of my body.
        Stan: Why would they do that? There's nothing wrong with your body ...
        Dr. Katz: Thank you.
        Stan: ... not a lot.

      • Dr. Katz: I get winded when I use a rotary phone.

      • Dr. Katz: You work with people who have had a stroke, or something like that?
        Julie: Yeah.
        Dr. Katz: I'll see you soon.

      • Dr. Katz: I used to do, in high school, I used to be able to do 50 push-ups...over a period of a couple of weeks.

      • Ben: I've never exercised - I don't like the looks of it.
        Dr. Katz: You're young still.
        Ben: Right, but you know, I'm bigger than you. You know, in a fat way, I'm a bigger man. You're not that big, you actually look fit.
        Dr. Katz: Yeah, but you're also an athlete, Ben. I mean, what did you win at camp? You won that buoyancy thing there....
        Ben: Yeah, I won first place in floating. It was a joke, though, it was a joke award. They were making fun of me.

    • NOTES (3)

      • This is the first episode in which we see the crazy guy with a sock puppet on his hand; we see him during Dave Attell's session.

      • Ben tells Laura that since whatever Katz has is probably congenital, he may have it, and therefore she should go out with him while she still can.

      • This is the only time that any character besides Katz and his patients has been inside his office, as that is where Julie helps him work out.

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