Vialula: I suspect that your version of romance is whatever will separate me from my panties. Dr. Benjamin Stone: No, I am just talking about dinner. Wear make-up, put on a dress. Panties are optional. Nancy Lee Nicholson: Is that a star? Hank Gordon: No, it's Ted Danson. [after skinny-dipping in the lake] Vialula: You can blink now. Dr. Benjamin Stone: I don't need a car. I'm moving to Los Angeles. Why would I need a car? Dr. Benjamin Stone: Beverly Hills. The most beautiful women in the world. Plastic surgery. What do these three things have in common? Me, in less than a week. Dr. Benjamin Stone: You want to trade, the pig for the part? Melvin the Mechanic: If you can part with the pig. Dr. Benjamin Stone: Good. Dr. Benjamin Stone: The music's stopped. Vialula: What music? Dr. Tommy Shulman: At the risk of sounding schmaltzy, I just want to tell you that you're a schmuck, and I hope I never see you again. Nancy Lee Nicholson: I read somewhere that doctors have the highest suicide rate in any profession except for dentistry. [in reference to L.A] Hank Gordon: I heard the women out there have their chest enlarged, their thighs vacuumed, and barf on purpose. Lillian, Welcoming Committee: [slaps Hank in the back of the head] Not while people are eatin' Woman with Glasses: There's a blurred spot in my vision... there... no, there, no,no... [Dr. Stone takes her glasses and cleans them] Woman with Glasses: I'm cured. Hank Gordon: I hate a tight hat! Nurse Packer: [reading from a note left by Doc Hogue] "When to call me, you've been stabbed, shot, poisoned, separated from an appendage, knocked or beaten unconscious, run over by a tractor mower, or generally about to bleed to death. Otherwise, leave me alone" [after Ben asks about how everyone is in Grady]
Nancy Lee Nicholson
: Why don't ask me about Vialula? Dr. Benjamin Stone: Well, she and Hank are probably... Hank Gordon: Your in my seat [Ben looks up at Hank] Hank Gordon: Slide a bit, Nancy Lee [sits down] Hank Gordon: There is a man in the toilet sellin' after shave. Now, what's that all about?