Now and Again

Season 1 Episode 9

By the Light of the Moon

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Nov 26, 1999 on CBS
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By the Light of the Moon
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Frustrated by Dr. Morris' lack of success with Michael the government brings in another doctor to help him. The doctor, Dr. Taylor, turns out to be a young woman who is an expert in releasing a person's potential. Michael starts to have feelings for her as his training progresses, something he does not want to do, as he still loves Lisa. Meanwhile, Lisa is thinking about whether or not to get back in touch with Gerald, to see if he is available for a date.moreless

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Christine Baranski

Christine Baranski

voice of Ruth Bender [uncredited]

Margaret Colin

Margaret Colin

Lisa Wiseman

Dennis Haysbert

Dennis Haysbert

Dr. Theodore Morris

Gerrit Graham

Gerrit Graham

Roger Bender

Eric Close

Eric Close

Michael Wiseman

Heather Matarazzo

Heather Matarazzo

Heather Wiseman

Chip Zien

Chip Zien

Gerald Misenbach

Guest Star

Reiko Aylesworth

Reiko Aylesworth

Dr. Taylor

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Maria Cellario

Maria Cellario

Real Estate Instructor

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    • Dr. Theo: 6:00 ... quitting time.
      Michael: Oh, good.
      Dr. Taylor: Good work today.
      Michael: Oh, good.
      Dr. Theo: I thought about what you said yesterday and I changed my mind and made that call. You know what I'm talking about, right? About making that change?
      Michael: Oh, good.
      Dr. Theo: I knew you'd feel that way. I'm going to go wait in the kitchen.
      Dr. Taylor: I can't stand to see you caged this way.
      Michael: Oh, good.
      Dr. Taylor: Here's the key to the door and the code to the alarm. I've rigged the security system so that at 8:00 you're safe to leave.
      Michael: Oh, good.
      Dr. Taylor: I was hoping you'd feel that way. Meet me on the corner of 65th and Fifth. I'll be waiting.
      Dr. Theo: Mr. Wiseman your dinner's ready.
      Michael: Oh, good.

    • Heather: I mean, a bicycle tire has more edge.
      Lisa: Edge? Edge? What, is that the new criteria? Edge? Whatever happened to nice?
      Heather: Nice? You're kidding, right?
      Lisa: No. Nice is… nice. And getting harder to come by, I might add. Look, I know from where you sit edge is thrilling and exciting and whatever. But the older you get, the more you realize that life is full of edge. The discount stores are bursting with edge. But nice, they're always sold out of and if they have it, it's never in your size.
      Heather: So, is that why you keep on throwing the pygmy lawyer back in the remainder bin?

    • Dr. Theo: They think my work as a scientist has been most impressive. They think the actual manufacturing process has been a huge success, but they're convinced my work as a… I don't know --
      Michael: Authority figure? Grand Pooh-Bah? Chief Overlord?
      Dr. Theo: Breeder of warriors has been less than successful.

    • Dr. Theo: Did you just bite him?
      Michael: I might have.
      Dr. Theo: And before that. You gave him an Indian Rope Burn, didn't you?
      Michael: What's the matter? Is that against the rules? It's not like I noggied him or anything...Hey, you wake a guy up in the middle of the night to fight for his life you can't expect perfection. Give a person a little notice. Come on, it's not like I pulled his hair.

    • Dr. Theo: Good evening.
      Dr. Taylor: Good evening.
      Dr. Theo: Well, what can you do? I was never sure it would work.
      Dr. Taylor: You're not going to tell him?
      Dr. Theo: No. What would be the point? He loves her. Whether I like it or not, whether it's convenient for me or not, the man loves his wife. It's not your fault, Lieutenant. You did a fine job.
      Dr. Taylor: Thank you, sir.
      Dr. Theo: You really were quite convincing.
      Dr. Taylor: It wasn't hard.

    • Michael: I do have a family, you know.
      Dr. Taylor: Yeah, I heard. I mean, I read about them in your file. They can't keep you company. They're not here with you.
      Michael: Uh, sometimes I pick a year...any year...and I try to make my way through it. Where were we on New Year's, Valentine's Day, my daughter's birthday, wedding anniversary, Lisa's birthday, my birthday. What grade was my little girl in. What was her teacher's name.
      Dr. Taylor: You hold all of that in your head?
      Michael: I try. I damn sure try.

    • Michael: What's the deal? There's something hanging from the end of my nose, right?
      Dr. Taylor: You are truly unbelievable.
      Michael: Well, thank you. I've always found myself kind of remarkable. You know, I've known me all my life and I, for one, can barely tear myself away from me. Hell, I'm damn near inseparable.
      Dr. Taylor: I'm sorry. It's just that where I work you're all we talk about. It's like being an art student and finally being able to see the Mona Lisa.
      Michael: Hey, you're a friend. Call me Mona.

    • Dr. Theo: And, frankly, after all our many months of training you're really not much of a warrior.
      Michael: Really? I don't know. It's still early in the semester. We haven't even gotten to "rape and pillage" yet. There's still the final in "loot and burn." (beat) You're going to grade on a curve, aren't you?

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