Season 3 Episode 14

Whose Appy Now?

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Feb 06, 1997 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Greg: You want to get some coffee? I know a great place a couple blocks from here.
      Jeanie: You know what, it's getting late and I've got to work early tomorrow.
      Greg: Are you sure that's the reason?
      Jeanie: Well, I'm afraid.
      Greg: Of what?
      Jeanie: Of liking you too much. (he kisses her)
      Greg: What's wrong?
      Jeanie: Nobody's done that in a really long time. Aren't you afraid?
      (he kisses her again)

    • Doug: How did you end up going out with two women on the same night?
      Mark: Scheduling mix-up. Any suggestions?
      Doug: Dinner with one, drinks with the other.
      Mark: Yeah... I think they're both expecting the works.
      Doug: Who do you like more?
      Mark: Well, Heather's a lot of fun.
      Doug: Fun's good.
      Mark: Polly, she's... she's very spiritual.
      Doug: Spiritual like what? Like, like crystals or something?
      Mark: Heather's got Bulls tickets.
      Doug: Bulls! Say no more.
      Mark: Yeah, you're right. I'll call Polly. I'll make up an excuse and go out with her tomorrow night.
      Doug: You're playing with fire here.
      Mark: I can juggle.
      Doug: You're gonna get burnt. Women can smell deceit.
      Mark: You ought to know.
      Doug: Those days are long gone, my friend.
      Mark: So, what do you do now?
      Doug: Give advice.

    • Chuny: I thought you had a date.
      Mark: Canceled.
      Chuny: They busted you?
      Mark: They busted me.
      Chuny: Men are so stupid. How many women were you dating when you were with me?
      Mark: Just you.
      Chuny: Really?
      Mark: Yeah, you know, except for that night when my neighbor, the ballerina, broke up with her boyfriend. You know, I had to comfort her.
      Chuny: Yeah, so that was like a public service.
      Mark: Yeah. Other than that, I was totally faithful.
      Chuny: Oh, I feel blessed.

    • (Carter has just finished the appendectomy on Benton)
      Carter: I am ready to close.
      Dr. Hicks: Nice work, Carter.
      Carter: Thanks. Maybe I'll staple my name into his belly.

    • Wendy: This pamphlet says that 40% of all doctors don't wash their hands between patients.
      Doug: No kidding.
      Wendy: Yeah. And medical personnel pick their noses on average of three times an hour. And many interns only bathe twice a week...
      Doug: (interrupting) Wendy, there's a limit on how well informed I want to be.

    • (Ross and Weaver walk into the ER for their shift; she notices that he is using a crutch but does not see his injured ankle)
      Weaver: Doug, that's not funny...

    • (to Benton, as he awakens from anesthesia)
      Hicks: Dr. Benton, I'm pregnant.
      Weaver: Dr. Benton, I'm pregnant.
      Carter: Dr. Benton, I'm pregnant.

    • Benton: Where's Dr. Hicks?
      Carter: Oh, there's been a last minute substitution.
      Benton: Carter?
      Carter: Don't worry, Dr. Benton. We're going to take very good care of you.

    • (when Carter sees that his appendectomy patient is Benton)
      Carter: Whoa! Ho, ho, ho, ho... There is a God!

    • Jeanie: The most important thing is to wash your hands after going to the bathroom.
      Jerry: What? Every time?

  • Notes

    • George Clooney injured his ankle just before filming of this episode began, so the script was rewritten to incorporate his injury.

    • This episode received an Emmy Award nomination in the category of Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (Neal Baer). In addition, Veronica Cartwright, who portrayed "Norma Houston" in both this episode and in a subsequent episode titled "Faith," received a nomination in the category of Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

    • Music: (playing during Benton's surgery) "Ride of the Valkyries," Richard Wagner, composer; "Mack the Knife," Louis Armstrong

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