Dr. Katz

Season 6 Episode 14

Radio Katz

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Dec 24, 1999 on Comedy Central
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Radio Katz
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Katz's friend Carlton Campbell, host of radio show "Campbell's Couch," has asked Katz to fill in for him one night ("Does he know you well?" asks the typically supportive Ben

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    Julie Barr

    Julie Barr

    Herself

    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

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Dr. Katz: What you're not seeing is the hundreds of thousands and possibly millions of people glued to the radio, listening, clinging to my every word.
        Ben: Dad, it's not the '40s, people are watching TV now. You're not FDR!

      • Todd: (discussing radio shows where people call in with their problems) It's like therapy, but without all the privacy.

      • Dr. Katz: (after his radio show failed) I hope I haven't cheapened what I do.
        Laura: Oh, you definitely have.
        Dr. Katz: Then I hope for something else - I hope no one got hurt!

    • NOTES (1)

      • The only episode to open someplace other than the office or the Katz home: It starts with Katz and Ben eating at Nomar's Diner. Also, Katz calls one of his patients -- Dom Irrera -- not only turning the radio call-in show backwards, but messing with the "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist" format, too.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Julie Barr: When I was in first grade I was five feet tall - the teachers had to stop the kids from playing Gulliver with me!

        Gulliver's Travels is a novel by Jonathon Swift about a normal-size human named Gulliver who travels to different lands and encounters tiny people and giants. In one part, Gulliver is tied down when many of the tiny people attack him with ropes.

      • Ben: You're not FDR!

        Franklin Delanore Roosevelt, president from 1933-1945, was famous for his radio broadcasts, with many Americans tuning in to hear him discuss the state of the nation and urge Americans to support their country.

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