Johnny: You didn't.
Johnny: Throw a bucket of ice on me when I was in a coma.
Sarah: The hell I didn't! Every week for a month.
Johnny: Now I know why I remember feeling really cold...
Johnny: I know Walt. Trust me - he wouldn't like peace.
Johnny: You're a figment of his imagination.
Death: Oh, please - don't get personal.
Johnny: We've put a man on the moon, but we haven't come up with a hospital gown that doesn't totally humiliate you.
Dr. Mathew: We've done everything we know what to do.
Bruce: But you haven't done everything (Johnny) knows what to do.
Aired on the "Sci-Fi Channel" on January 31, 2003
Michael Piller originally approached Jack Nicholson to play Death in this episode - Nicholson declined as he was promoting "About Schmidt" at the time.
Johnny: Gene, what was this guy's name, the psychic in the thirties?
Rev. Purdy: Edgar Cayce.
Cayce was an American psychic that was famous for chaneling answers to questions of health, astrology, reincarnation and Atlantis while he was in trance.
Some skeptics and conservative Christians challenge his claim of psychic powers and his answers to religious matters. It is believed that he was the source of the idea that California would fall into the ocean. Today there are several tens of thousands of Cayce students, mostly on the United States and Canada.