Benton: (to Dr. Hicks) Six months ago I thought I was invincible. But know... I don't even know.
Carol: Doug, I know everyone is worried about me... but I'm fine. I was scared in that store, but I'm okay now.
Doug: So why did you go ahead and take it?
Carol: The MCATs? For me. I just wanted to see if I was good enough.
Doug: You are.
Greg: I think we should start sleeping together.
Greg: Sex. I think we should have some. In fact, I think we should have a lot.
Jeanie: Are you sure?
Greg: Hell, yeah, I'm sure.
Jeanie: This isn't a joke, Greg.
Greg: No, it isn't. Jeanie Boulet... would you please sleep with me? (she leans and kisses him)
Jeanie: I'm freezing.
Greg: I thought you liked picnics
Jeanie: I love picnics. I'm just not used to breathing on my sandwich to try and thaw it out so I can eat it.
Greg: Where's your sense of spontaneity?
Jeanie: This isn't what I meant.
Greg: Your sense of romance?
Jeanie: The dip is frozen solid.
Greg: It's a pâté.
Jeanie: It's a brick.
Doug: Today is the 20th, isn't it?
Carol: I think so.
Doug: MCATs are this afternoon, aren't they? Are you going?
Carol: Got to work.
Doug: All that saved-up vacation time?
Carol: You know, it was a stupid idea... I mean, four years of med school, if I ever get in. All that debt. I would be about 50 by the time I got out. What's the point?
Doug: I could bring you coffee in the middle of the night to the med library. And I could teach you how to cheat on the biochem exams.
Carter: What did you have for breakfast this morning?
Mrs. Jarnowski: The usual. Three fried eggs, bacon, glass of buttermilk, toast and jam.
Carter: Ah, the American Heart Association breakfast.
Ross: Fine couple of doctors we are, huh?
Greene: Remember when we were going to change the world?
Ross: Naaah, I was always in it for the money.
(while looking at pictures of Benton's appendectomy)
Greene: Ooh, yikes. What is that?
Carter: That's Benton's appendix in a jar on my mantle.
Music: Gloria Estefan, "Conga"
This episode received an Emmy Award nomination in the Writing category (John Wells). In addition, Veronica Cartwright, who portrayed "Norma Houston" in both this episode and in a previous episode titled "Whose Appy Now?", received a nomination in the category of Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.