Dr. Katz

Season 3 Episode 10

Lil' Helper

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Feb 02, 1997 on Comedy Central
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Lil' Helper
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Katz puts his back out while putting on his shoes, and Ben, as usual, is a wealth of help. He eventually becomes Katz's primary care-giver, though, driving him to work, carrying him into the office, and turning him over to Laura, warning her that he's heavily doped up on medication.moreless

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Lizz Winstead

Lizz Winstead

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Kenny Rogerson

Kenny Rogerson

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Julianne Shapiro

Julianne Shapiro

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Will Lebow

Will Lebow

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    • Dr. Katz: I threw out my back and I'm in a lot of pain, Ben. I don't know, I don't know what's going on here.
      Ben: You want me to, uh, push you over or something?

    • Ben: Dad, don't throw drugs at the problem, that's not the first thing you should do.
      Dr. Katz: Well what should I do?
      Ben: You should throw money at the problem.
      Dr. Katz: Okay, I will pay you 20 dollars to bring me those pain killers.
      Ben: That's the right attitude.

    • Dr. Katz: Ken, you know what the music means, our time is up.
      Ken: Oh, music means so much to so many people. I think the music means: I'm not cured.

    • Dr. Katz: You know what else I could use is a hot towel.
      Ben: You're not giving birth.
      Dr. Katz: It feels like I am, and I feel like it's twins.
      Ben: I wish you would. I'd love a brother. I mean, you're in the position. All I'd have to do is lift your legs and maybe something will come out. And I'm not saying it's gonna be a human being.

    • Ben: I don't think it's a very good idea for you to even dispense therapy while you're on heavy medication.
      Dr. Katz: That's why I'm gonna take it really easy today. You know, I'm just gonna do the classic 'uh-huh', and maybe once, I'll throw in a 'Did you hear what you just said'?

    • Ben: If there's an excessive amount of pain he's in, then give me a call immediately.
      Laura: What are you gonna do?
      Ben: I'll field that call.

    • Laura: I'll call all your patients and I'll cancel all the appointments -- I can do that. I do that all the time.

    • Dr. Katz: The only one who has been at all sympathetic to this pain, is really you.
      Laura: (not listening) What?

    • Dr. Katz: You know what's good for a bad back?
      Ben: What?
      Dr. Katz: You don't know how to make hash browns, do you?

    • Ben: Maybe I could do it professionally. I mean, not just for you, but for a couple of other people.
      Dr. Katz: You mean be a professional masseuse?
      Ben: Or, I mean, I think, you know, maybe one of the, one of the helping professions.
      Dr. Katz: Some kind of caregiver?
      Ben: What do you have to do to be in the helping profession?
      Dr. Katz: Help people.
      Ben: Forget it. I didn't know that. I thought it was rhetorical.

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