Dr. Katz

Season 3 Episode 12

New Phone System

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Mar 02, 1997 on Comedy Central
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New Phone System
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Katz gets a new phone system at the office with all kinds of great features, supposedly. He has Ben call it, but finds that calls are being forwarded to Laura's house.

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Andy Kindler

Andy Kindler

Himself

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David Mamet

David Mamet

Himself

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Julianne Shapiro

Julianne Shapiro

Julie

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Will Lebow

Will Lebow

Stanley

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Dr. Katz makes the following statement: "I have to tell you, I've only used hypnosis on two other occasions, as a therapist, and I'm not proud of either of them. So, I mean, it's really your call."
      However, as an ethical therapist, and an "expert," it is Dr. Katz's call, not the client's. If Dr. Katz feels unqualified to do hypnosis, he should refer the client to someone qualified.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Dr. Katz: Ben used to think, when Roz and I said 'the line was busy', when he was a little guy, he used to think we were saying 'the lion was busy.' He was so stupid.

    • (Laura has been calling Prague from the office)
      Dr. Katz: I just wanna go back, just for one second, to this Prague issue. Because, I wanna make sure -- it would comfort me -- to know that these calls were business related. That's what I'm assuming.
      Laura: Well then, they were.

    • Dr. Katz: If you pay attention to your right foot, you can feel the muscles in it relax. Feel the muscles in your right lower leg relax. The right upper leg is now relaxing. Now on the left side, concentrate on the way that your left foot is relaxing. The left leg ...
      David: Can I step in for a second, Doc? Is there a difference between relaxing and getting bored out of your mind?
      Dr. Katz: I think getting bored is part of the process.
      David: Okay, I'm with you then.
      (continued)
      Dr. Katz: Next, you'll be able to feel the muscles of your right hand relaxing. The right lower arm and the right upper arm relaxing. Did I do... I did your left leg, right?
      David: I think so, I'm not sure.
      Dr. Katz: I should really have a check list here.
      David: Are you planning to bill me for this session?

    • Andy: Laura, I'm trying to practice being upbeat, no matter what people say to me.
      Laura: Okay.
      Andy: So you wanna try it out with me? I like you very much Laura. You're a wonderful person and I'm glad that I've gotten to know you over these years.
      Laura: Could you please take a step back.
      Andy: (takes step back) Ha ha ha ha, thank you. Thank you very much.
      Laura: Please take another step back, 'cause I can still smell it.
      Andy: That's not nice, but I'm very glad you pointed it out, that there might be an arom ...
      Laura: Could you please face the other way.

    • David: You should be in the other room, and he should be out here answering the phone.
      Laura: Hmm, I've suggested it, but he just never thinks it's a good idea.
      David: Well, I'm not part of that camp. 'Cause I think you're aces, you're the cat's P.J.'s.
      Laura: Really? That's weird, because I never really liked you much, but I kinda do now.
      David: Yeah? Well it's good to meet somebody with an agenda.
      Laura: Mr. Mamet, are you just blowing smoke up my ass?
      David: What do you mean, 'just'?

    • Andy: I actually got in a fight for the first time last year. Although I don't know if it was a fight, because I didn't hit the guy back or anything like that.
      Dr. Katz: So what happened exactly?
      Andy: I came out of a bar, 2 O'clock in the morning, this guy comes up and hits me in the ear as hard as he can. And I used my self-defense move on him, which consisted of holding my ear while backpedaling furiously.

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