Dr. Katz

Season 3 Episode 8

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jan 19, 1997 on Comedy Central
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Katz wants to take up recording again, because he's writing a new song. Ben is opposed to the idea, until Katz tells him he can be the producer.

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    Bobcat Goldthwait

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    Joan Rivers

    Joan Rivers

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    Fred Stoller

    Fred Stoller

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    Julianne Shapiro

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    Julie

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    Will Lebow

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In this episode, Dr. Katz states that he went to graduate school; this would most likely make him a psychologist. However, in earlier episodes (e.g., "Bees and SIDS"), he says he attended medical school, which would most likely make him a psychiatrist.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Dr. Katz: (about dinner) You know, it's not the most important meal of the day, but it's not bad.

      • Dr. Katz: I gave up the dream when your mother became pregnant.
        Ben: What are you trying to say, Dad?
        Dr. Katz: I'm saying, you ruined my life.

      • Bobcat: 'Bobcat can't be trusted with a credit card.' We just had kittens. You know, nothing can help settle up a payment faster than a delicious kitten.
        Laura: That's disgusting.
        Bobcat: I didn't mean eat it. I'm just talking about, like licking it.
        Laura: Aw, shut up.

      • (Dr. Katz singing his song at the bar)
        Julie: You wrote that? I have chills. I'm gonna start crying.
        Dr. Katz: I'm almost done.

      • Stanley: You know, Paul McCartney once referred to Brian Wilson as a musical genius. And that same year, Bob Dylan called Smokey Robinson 'America's greatest living poet'.
        Dr. Katz: What's your point, Stanley?
        Stanley: That I know stuff.

      • (Dr. Katz finishes singing his song)
        Ben: That sucked.

      • (Ben listening to the loud TV)
        Dr. Katz: (with raised voice) I said shut off the TV!
        Ben: You shut up and be free.

      • Dr. Katz: (singing his song) Left out, but I'm not new.
        Ben: But I'm what?
        Dr. Katz: But I'm not new. It sounds like Hebrew a little bit, doesn't it?
        Ben: 'Butimnotnew?' that's the one that's been kicking around your head?
        Dr. Katz: Well, you know, it's about this feeling I felt when I started graduate school.
        Ben: Can you change it?
        Dr. Katz: You can't change a feeling, Ben.
        Ben: Then just change the line.

      • Ben: (about producing Dr. Katz's music) Is it gonna require a lot of time commitment ... because I have a lot of time.

      • Dr. Katz: You know what the music means.
        Bobcat: What does the music mean?
        Dr. Katz: Our time is up.
        Bobcat: Whatta ya mean our time is up? You mean like in a big sense, like I'm worm food? Just because you hear some song, I'm dead? You're a sick little twisted man!

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