Dr. Katz

Season 5 Episode 5

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jul 13, 1998 on Comedy Central
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Katz gets a ticket for running a stop sign, despite his efforts to lighten up the cop. Ben asks, "Why didn't you play with his mind?" and insists they contest the ticket.

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Dr Katz: Ben, everybody regardless of what kind of background they have has memories from their childhood that are not happy.
        Ben Stiller: But most people don't have it on videotape.
        Dr Katz: Now they do actually. They're just not on 'Nick at Night.'

      • Dr. Katz: Oops, you know what that music means Ben. Our time is up.
        Ben Stiller: I don't hear anything. Is there like an -- I didn't hear anything.
        Dr. Katz: Oh, you know, hit that thing over there a couple of times.
        (Ben hits it and music starts)
        Ben Stiller: Ah, there, there it is.

      • Dr. Katz: (on getting a ticket) It's humiliating, is what it is.
        Ben: It's just a ticket.
        Dr. Katz: It's a ticket, but I'm on display, you know. Everyone sees me. They're driving by, they're laughing, they're pointing.
        Ben: That's not because you're getting a ticket.

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      • :: :
        Throughout his session, Ben Stiller talks about television appearances made by his parents. Specifically, he referred to two shows: 1) "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" was a sitcom starring Bill Bixby (also starred in The Incredible Hulk) and ran from 1969 to 1972. The show revolved around
        a widower (Bixby) whose young son constantly tries to get his father remarried; and 2) "The Mike Douglas Show" was a daytime talk show hosted by Mike Douglas, and ran daily from 1961 to 1982.

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