Aired 6 years ago - Mar 17, 2010
The med students of Winston University finally find something to be thankful for when Cole identifies his true calling in surgery, Drew finds the love of his life, and Lucy finds the inspiration to become a doctor.
Could be a poem or
a lightly choreographed dance number.
Test results came back clean.
Your cancer's gone.
Well, I was thinking
that maybe I got cancer for a reason.
It's boring and it sucks.
Last Halloween, I was a slutty ninja.
- You're happy, aren't you?
- I don't know about happy,
This is a receipt for a pair of pants.
Cole, you're all up under me.
You need to back up, all right?
Man, you gotta knock
before you enter Cole's brain.
until he figured out that the penis
wasn't actually one of them and quit.
I get it. Like episodes of Entourage
that revolve around Turtle.
- You think you can handle it?
- I'll stay here as long as it takes.
Yeah, I heard about that.
I mean, it'd be kind of
like we're living together, you know?
because I'd done
a bunch of research about Ben's life,
Uh... No. Can other people see that?
in South Carolina's third most popular
a den I hangout I
place where we have dirty sex
I don't like this at all.
I like things clean and simple.
Cole, I totally forgot about you.
Have you been standing here all day?
Didn't I say that he has what it takes
to be a surgeon?
That's awe-inspiring stuff.
and remove the fortune from this cookie
without breaking it.
And out of nowhere,
there could come a noise
Maybe they're super-smart government
bears on their way to fight terrorism.
All you had to do was write
one measly, little line about Ben,
Sadly, that's not a metaphor.
Fine. I'll do it myself.
I put this in
so we can maintain our separate zones.
...while others have no problem telling
you exactly what's on their mind.
And I just wanted to know if there's
anything you wanted us to include.
Over the next 20 minutes,
I found a photo from when he rolled
that perfect game on June 16, 1976.
A British tabloid?
I guess starting tomorrow
I'll be shadowing you again.
Fair enough. I've come to clear up
a point of confusion.
It's a series of erotic novelty wines.
Actually, he hasn't. He's still practicing.
Okay, so young Cole may not be
an ideal protege.
And now, of course,
I have young Drew.
who deserves and who wants our help.
so that you can just dive in
and follow your heart?
Ben, I am very upset with you.
You tricked me.
so they look like raisins, nature's
saddest fruit, all shriveled and dry.
I'm yelling at Ben because I made
this really beautiful tribute for him,
You have to learn to adjust
Aired 6 years ago - Mar 10, 2010
When Cole and Kelso both get negative results back after a few routine tests, they learn the hard way to put their egos in check in order to rein in the support of their so-called friends.
I really appreciate you taking time
to check me out.
in the last couple months?
Having him move my car,
I'll have you know,
I'm in charge of you,
and by the transitive property,
I can do whatever I want,
and you just have to stand and nod
Dr. Turk, I've got scurvy and rickets.
Well, actually, the mole on your chest
is something we need to check out.
How'd you know
it was gonna be malignant?
Hey, that kind of cancer is for uglies
So, just fill my prescription
for blue steel and I'll be on my way.
Hey, what's up? Nothing.
I was just about to grab some yogurt.
- Number One,
- Yeah, is that all right?
- No, yeah, that's fine. Go.
We got him from
a Navajo rescue center.
He's been generous enough to let us
use his case as a teaching tool.
- That doesn't even make any sense.
- You don't make sense.
Hitching rides with students
was not working out.
she can pick up the scent of glitter
I'm gonna go get another one.
I'll be back in five minutes, okay?
taking pictures of puffins,
whatever the hell those are.
All right, I guess it's cool if they come.
Denise was going through something.
This one thinks that just because
you're having emotionless intercourse,
for the steely caress
of your cold robot pincers.
It's already been 10 minutes,
what's 15 more?
It's got to be pretty hard on you.
You know what, Bob?
Find your own way home.
he shows me his abs and says,
Med student, but, like, 900 years old?
you can feel surprisingly abandoned.
I went to the campus store
and got some things to cheer you up.
because you are gonna
hoot, hoot, hoot...
Okay, I don't care about stuff
that's already happened.
What's crazy is thinking
that you could cheer me up.
Come on, Lucy! Judge Mathis?
And since, according to you,
we're not real friends,
I'll tell you what'll make you feel better.
You two are my closest relationships
in this place.
and it's like I'm teaching Yasir Arafat.
Remember when you gave Maya
that two-page list of careers
Sorry your mom couldn't make it.
She's a hell of a woman.
So, where are your friends?
Aired 6 years ago - Jan 26, 2010
Lucy takes her new assignment as hell week "team leader" a bit too seriously, and Dr. Turk feels threatened when an internationally renowned surgeon pays a visit.
All right, why does this always have to
fall on me? I don't have the plan.
about doctoring in the Third World
called Rebel Without a Co-Pay.
he raises millions for the hospital.
- where status is everything.
- It's not everything.
your patient in three is septic.
I don't want to be a leader.
I just want to be a good doctor.
Why don't you go
and Russell up your own case?
Here are the case histories
for your group projects.
and petty emotional problems.
on becoming the amazing doctor
I know you can be.
That's Swahili for
"Hello" or "Good morning."
It's just that Russell ticks me off,
it's going to be a dude who could
breathe underwater or Serena Williams.
- Hey, there, you.
- Afternoon, good sir.
and I once made love with
tennis great Pete Sampras.
Lucy, this is a waste of time.
I'm taking over the group.
and I felt it happening again.
Ha, ha, ha!
- Hey, there, again.
- Hey, how's it going.
silence plays a crucial part
of a couple's search
- May I?
- Dude. You...
I come up on the weekends
when I feel like bringing the hurt.
Best girl fight I've seen since
I paid those two lady janitors to wrestle.
That was a real Maasai warrior dance.
You got moves like that?
- Beatbox, son!
- I guess I can try.
No, keep it going! Keep it going!
One leg. Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
- Russell. Who's named Russell?
- A ton of people.
Whether it's being bested by a rival...
Look, after months of self-doubt,
I have finally found my role here.
Couldn't you just come back? Please.
We need you. I need you.
What? You don't need to worry
about us, buddy boy.
Yes, yes, I picked you to help me
with Irene's surgery.
I mean, if you just open up your eyes
and let me in, Turk. Let me in.
You. Now, just exactly what in the hell
were you doing in there? Come on.
In fact, I'm the king of the parasites.
Son, you're a leader.
Yeah. I've seen your work.
Aired 7 years ago - Jan 19, 2010
A case of guilty conscience plagues the med school when a student cheats on an exam and Dr. Cox takes it out on the entire class. Meanwhile, Denise makes a startling admission of her own.
Strawberry frosting? Nice.
I'm gonna just assume
that was the frosting talking
Hello, again. Yeah, you know what?
Perry, I thought we agreed
you wouldn't page me during lunch
All right, then. Books down, murderers.
You can't call shotgun on a person.
- I said I've got it from here, Todd.
that I can maintain
a certain level of calm
I'm so sorry,
it's really hard to get her off the phone.
I'm guessing the latter.
that makes staying in here
really horrible for me?
Are you uncomfortable
We're going on vacation next week
to lbiza with a bunch of our girlfriends.
Yeah, I'm fine. I was just thinking
about my family vacation to Ohio.
you are impervious to pain.
Shea butter and big, floppy sun hats.
Yes. Me telling you I love you
makes me a 19th-century dandy.
Doing my test prep, okay?
We'll just treat her with steroids, then.
Hey, forget this, man. What about you?
Yeah, but then if it doesn't work out,
I'll have to kill him,
Hey, you never told us
why you were in the bathroom.
- That's not how it works, genius.
- Why are you lying, Drew?
You always put yourself at risk
Yes, there is, but with your preexisting
conditions, surgery could prove fatal.
Oh! I get it. Her face is busted, right?
That's a magic land
where the rivers run of scotch
No! No, and I wouldn't call it a cult.
Please, tell me you've got some good
news for me on this godforsaken day.
I knew one day
that example would make sense.
If only there was a way
to learn more about her.
This is Denise.
Leave a message after the stupid beep.
Is this why you don't want
to take steroids?
That's the word
I was looking for. "Partner."
And because this is so noble,
I'm gonna walk out in dramatic slo-mo.
I wanted a win.
That's one of Carla's girlfriends.
Look at those two right there.
Aired 7 years ago - Jan 12, 2010
The reality of having a baby begins to settle in for both J.D. and Elliot while Lucy struggles with the reality of operating on people.
Do you think it's okay
if we skip tonight?
- Well, I've not pooped in a week.
probably a sunrise or a hilarious e-card,
You two, come on, now.
Nobody wins at cancer.
It's behind me, isn't it?
- He died. She got nothing.
- Burt died?
giving it away to any guy
that would buy her a free steak.
No, no, Todd, neither one of us
is going to be having sex.
All right? You're not gonna have sex
for a long, long, long, long time.
- She'll have the baby to cuddle with.
- That little bastard.
with Elliot after the baby came,
Yep. Nothing like a girl
with a little junk in the front.
You've had a few too many.
Hey, just babymoon it, dude.
- we haven't really connected yet.
- Okay, that sounded weird.
- You know what else is weird,
My wife is making me do a will,
but there is no way that succubus
is gonna get my recliner after I die.
You're not crying, are you?
Med students are told to keep
a cadaver's face covered
Lucy, we're friends.
It would be an honor.
Like a plant, so that it'll,
you know, grow.
You didn't see me, all right?
I wasn't here.
right before your baby comes
out of your special area.
We'll be like gods
controlling the weather.
Jordan, I can't sign a will right now.
As usual, please don't call me back.
Or a tiny exam that's
a whopping 25% of your final grade.
I'm sorry, Dr. Turk, I can't do this.
You probably already picked out
J.D., I know that some couples
Okay, I don't have time for this.
I want you to meet me in the O.R.
In an hour.
I mean, around here,
you just can't let your work
- Fine. I'm gonna tell him you said that.
- No! No! No!
I do. I love the attention.
If Barbie will not listen
to what's good for her,
Let me tell you about my friend, Jake.
So, why are we going to be looking
into your friend's guts?
This is just some dude
You know, you always think you're
gonna have just a little more time.
but you couldn't hear
because you're married to him.
Look, you know this is what I do
before big, life-changing events.
and I didn't mean to ruin the babymoon.
Aired 7 years ago - Jan 05, 2010
Lucy finds couplings, dysfunctional or not, throughout the hospital
Yeah, this makes sense.
He and Eriq La Salle
still go to the same church.
until eventually the disease
renders you helpless
Our presentation is at 7:00 a.m.
Yeah, and he's always making light
of my family
That ain't right.
like an old couple
cruising the sad folks' home.
- Oh, a big turkey leg.
- And a pie. A lemon pie.
No, come on, please. He listens to you.
Look at you guys.
Chief of Medicine, Chief of Surgery.
with one thing in particular.
Dr. Turk, do you have anything to add?
it's gonna show the best way
for me to handle it is surgically.
Let's handle this like men.
- Yeah, I mean, the kicking, the insults.
- Skipping maintenance checks.
I hear Rebecca B. Has sex
with multiple partners. What?
And since the only thing I hate more
than entitled little pukes
Okay. Okay, just give me a second
to talk to Dr. Cox, all right?
No. I'm right and you're wrong,
and you damn sure are doing it
Okay, hopefully all that stuff with
Cole and Drew has just blown over
Can we finally talk about the fact that
you and Cole are sleeping together?
No can do.
I gotta take a walk to clear my head,
- We are never going to learn anything
I need you to go find out
who has the cart.
Oh, you know what's embarrassing?
That you're ashamed to be with me.
Okay, you're wishy-washy,
you're obsessed with horses,
I did it because I'm proud
that a girl like you
I don't have the core muscles
to ride that bitch.
I'm sorry, cart. I'm sorry I scuff you up,
I'm sorry I take you for granted,
- He's a great listener.
Just my first thought.
I'm still working out the rest.
- You like him, you crazy white girl.
- But it's Cole.
Came to get your licks in, huh? I get it.
I damn sure deserve it.
Aired 7 years ago - Jan 05, 2010
Before receiving their white coats, the med students of Winston University must figure out why they want to be doctors, and Denise gets a little relationship help from Elliot.
Well, there's really only one question.
to drum you out of this med school.
Once again, it's you versus me.
They say it's actually a lot
like giving birth.
Brother speaks French!
That's a bromance language, y'all!
- How do you know?
- Trust me, I know.
watching old White Coat speeches,
cherry-picking the best parts for mine.
- Dude, we are exactly the same.
- We are not the same.
all major underachievers...
- You have a sec?
- Yeah. What do you want to do?
- I know...
...just what to do.
Denise, like it or not,
you're in a relationship.
So, to make Drew happy I have to start
wearing tutus and prom dresses?
Why do you want to be a doctor?
Oh, hey, wait, I want to talk to you.
Your academic record is impeccable,
Who knows why we do
the things we do?
I don't want to be the keynote speaker,
- Something with Drew.
- And a cat?
Hey! I have something to say.
I don't need to be keynote speaker!
- Something people said in the '90s.
- Cool people?
How could this be any worse?
- I don't even want to think about it.
- What the hell is wrong with Cole?
- Come with me.
- I'm with a patient.
In my head it wasn't God,
it was a genie.
Look, there's Lucy. Hey, Lucy.
"You ask me if I have a God complex.
I am God!" Boom! We're in.
- Why am I scrubbing in again?
- The OR's a safe place.
The psychologist called it
"an unbalanced act,"
because you're worried
you're becoming that guy again?
Then maybe you should stop looking
for the perfect answer
I was so focused on the abdomen
that I blew the cosmesis of the incision.
What? No. I mean, I guess I'd like
to see you like that sometime,
Aired 7 years ago - Jan 01, 2010
While Turk struggles to find a replacement best friend, Elliott offers some sound advice and guidance to an over-worked and exhausted Lucy.
Oh, my God.
Now then, today we will be looking
at patients with pancreatic disorders.
- Bunch of crap to do. You cool here?
- No, just a second. You're leaving?
But for reals, I gotta split.
Number One, remind me again
why I can't kill him.
I want to thank Miss Bennett
- Now, that's not a lung.
- Dr. Turk, please...
Let's see what's next.
Oh, she's back! Back in action!
You all right?
- Childhood friend.
Maybe my problem is
that I've been trying to do too much.
That's you. A dumb, quiet shadow.
She went toe-to-toe with Dr. Cox.
J.D., what's wrong? Yes, sweetie.
Turk misses you, too.
Oh, yeah. Much better. Take that.
but also, so skinny.
All right, class, we're looking
for evidence of disease or abnormality.
Denise, could you please handle this?
I've had a really bad day.
Grades, participation, grunt work.
Everyone sees it.
What's with the lame writing on
your ass? Is that, like, a surgeon thing?
- Where? Did he wear his pants?
- Sucker. I lied. I love them.
We need to get you a new work buddy,
You're totally the kind of doctor
I want to be when I get super-old.
my sister Maureen is freaking out
about her bachelorette party.
and I just pictured you as my little sister
and I'm starting to lose it.
and there's bound to be
some barking, right?
If my dad reads I'm at the bottom,
he might lose it and cut me off.
Look, I can't just move you up
in the rankings based on nothing.
So, did he buy the whole
I'm sorry. Did you just say "physically"?
How you doing, Kate?
Sometimes it's a replacement
for the irreplaceable...
- Oh, isn't it terrible?
So, I said to the lady,
to help me out with the sisters.
Get my swirl on.
Hey. You came here with me.
Why are you talking to her?
Volunteering at physical therapy.
I'm stretching Mr. Biegel's hamstring.
were you referring to Richard Belzer's
beloved detective character
- No filter, huh?
Hey, Dr. Cox. I just finished cleaning
that guy's foot ulcer.
I want you to do
a manual rectal disimpactation.
Aired 7 years ago - Dec 22, 2009
J.D. still clamors for Dr. Turk's approval as he approaches his final day of teaching at Sacred Heart, Lucy searches within herself for the courage to perform a basic medical procedure on a real human, and Denise and Drew make things official.
Yeah, and tell them Dr. D sent you.
You'll get a little extra whip.
- I'm gonna need a minute.
- Turk, no.
But here's the thing there.
Some people go on retreats.
I flick the dead.
I still remember my one line.
"No, thank you. I don't like soup."
I don't know how,
but that knocked the wind out of me.
You cannot get under my skin today.
Not with reviews like these.
Tell me a hundred times.
Dude, I hope you paged me
'cause you came to your senses
All right, I'm in, but you're buying me
a magnifying glass.
It's too late.
If she talks to me, shoot me.
- I guess.
Mmm. Sorry, baby. No can do.
Doc says I got tiny baby veins.
He's dealt with worse. He came
to this country on a boat made of tires.
trying to solve
The Mystery of the Feelings Hurter.
It just sounded cooler. We're in.
- Hey! So, what's the plan for tonight?
- Drew doesn't want to go.
is not even wearing the pants
in her very own relationship.
And make no mistake about it.
Early victories are huge.
Damn, why didn't I get
one of those for me?
Well, come in or shut the door.
You're letting all the funk out.
I can't do it.
I'm never gonna be able to do it.
I can't get with a gal in the same bed
I shared with Enid.
I know you don't give a damn
about what students think,
Just lure them there
with something young people like,
It's just that
I'm working a case right now,
So who gave Dr. Dorian
a negative review?
Jeremy. Of course I suspected you.
but maybe I wanted you to see
just how ridiculous you truly are,
sooner or later
you gotta let go of their hands.
I told them they couldn't sit with us.
Why are you acting like
we're in some big, serious relationship?
You know what? I'm into it if you are.
That vein didn't stand a chance.
I owned that bitch.
- and I will take some blood.
- What are you doing?
Aired 7 years ago - Dec 15, 2009
While their wives are out of town, J.D. and Turk attend a med student's party; Kelso says goodbye to Ted and Gooch.
Because you're their
faculty student advisor.
- Yeah, you guys coming to my party?
I've spent the last three weekends
finishing up community service.
But the Gooch and I are gonna take
some time off and tour the country.
I'm making quesadillas.
He just fell from the ceiling.
We're not gonna address that?
Sixties? Seventies? Eighties?
Nineties? The future?
I am getting so much better
at making friends.
Tonight we're trying a little exercise
in team building.
Now hold my pepper jack, please.
So you get to gargle. Gargle, gargle.
But let me make this very clear,
no one leaves until you're all done.
In the great state of Wyoming
I didn't always treat Teddy very well.
I killed the cowboy then took his chaps.
I'm also a sheriff.
Maybe no one'll notice.
Let's just try and blend in.
Shut your face, Frank.
I was gonna tell them about the salsas.
Hey! It's Special K. How it is?
but I've never had
this kind of power before,
We have to ask them 25 questions?
This is gonna take forever.
Itll be quick and easy,
and then we can get to Cole's party.
I got you. Now you owe me an answer.
Well, I guess it's time
for a little goodbye toast.
Eleven seconds. You beat your record.
He wasn't even intrigued
by my bear-hibernation question.
Well, not only have we been
letting them know...
and tell me the five lamest people
that you see.
it gets right up in your grill.
You know what?
Do whatever you want.
I can't believe I let you sew my eye up
after all the soda you had.
- Yes, we... That's what we were...
- Yeah. Yes.
But we decided as a group
that we can live with ourselves.
one of the most memorable nights
I've ever had as a doctor.
even though Paul
wasn't gonna talk to any of us.
- How did you get him to talk?
- We had a conversation.
Come on, talk to us.
I've been your whipping boy
for eight years,
That's not relevant right now,
it's just always on my mind.
Hey, my buddy killed a guy once.
Aired 7 years ago - Dec 08, 2009
J.D. and Drew learn a tough lesson in mentoring when Dr. Cox and Lucy show them that sometimes the student is the teacher.
You really brought it today.
I tried med school before,
and I crashed and burned, okay?
Well, my hair is
falling out in clumps,
But you also need to...
Branch out. nailed it!
Hey, perry, you wanna hang out later?
Sure. And if we can't find any more climbing trees,
We have cameras everywhere.
Help me shake this machine.
Instantly change your entire personality?
I guess I could try.
Okay,tearing it up, sir.
No, don't--don't tear up your money.
Cox and I were drinking beer
and watching sports--
You know what? No. No, we're not going there.
Excuse me, dr. Dorian.
I just feel like
I'm being replaced.
I'm sorry, white bread.
I'm not currently looking for
Uh, I think I'm on your tube.
I was like, "whoo-hoo!
Let's have a party!"
Take mrs. Maroney down
for her m.R.I.
we get it, drew.
You got a very muscular neck.
You should be asleep.
She should be asleep!
this thing is so complicated.
We do an a.C.T.H.
Stimulation test to diagnose--
But if you want these chips,
I might dislocate my shoulder.
Who would like tdive in?
I'm on this.
Now tell me which nurse should
go get the crash cart?
Bring him back to her room.
if you let someone down...
Than pretending to like beer.
Here I thought we weren't
bringing our wives this evening.
It was a long story.
All the time I wasted on people
who eventually let me down.
I don't know
Come on. It'll be fun.
Either on their own
or in a box,
god's most majestic creatures.
I need to change that.
What do you want from me?
He's never gonna change it.
I wish I could help.
But right now
I'm ready for a little
I'm dr. Wolverine.
If you want
to beat the level,
What the hell are you wearing?
I'm showing my owlcat spirit.
Aired 7 years ago - Dec 01, 2009
Lucy learns a hard earned lesson about what it takes to be a doctor. Meanwhile J.D. and Turk spot a potential love connection between Denise and the new med student, Drew, as they play matchmakers with a little bit of help from Dr. Kelso.
Centerfold, your previous answer was
so wrong, it almost became right again.
- I guess my contagious stupidity.
- Great call. Your ears.
- I do.
are a metaphor
for the cardiovascular system.
but this time there appear to be
No. This feels like sharing.
And it's gross.
- Dude. Again?
- Finally. Where have you been?
- Can't we just shake the tree again?
- Go shake.
Sorry, I was just hiding
from one of my teachers.
and make four copies.
Broken ribs and a possible ruptured
spleen? Was Mr. Evans in an accident?
Mr. Shershow here
is in a massive coma.
No, I wish. My mom is lactose intolly.
For real though, she is the best.
I know people like Alan.
I grew up with them.
I mean, I've been nude,
but I never look down.
- Are you okay?
- I'm not great, Alan.
- Denise, you're scary.
- You guys had sex near The Todd.
Wow. I mean, my forehead's really big
and I look Chinese,
It's like if Fonzie
and Jo from The Facts of Life
Fonzie couldn't take care of a Gremlin.
He's too busy being cool.
And that was the beginning
of a long line of "no's."
I see a med student getting involved
with a patient
to put yourself out there.
- Maybe talk a little.
let me just say
that if Alan goes to rehab...
So in the future
when I tell you to do nothing,
And rest in peace.
if you can raise the money
to send Alan to a rehab center.
- Want the rest of my nachos?
- Oh, hell, yeah!
What car? Full-body-wax-five.
Buff away, ladies.
Because of the other night
when we shared the nachos.
was an Eskimo boy who sold me
salmon jerky and painkillers.
And the only reason I teach is so
I don't have to be alone in my house.
I'd just changed Alan's life,
Antonio Sabato Jr.,
my safely ethnic dreamboat.
Aired 7 years ago - Dec 01, 2009
J.D., Turk, Cox, Kelso and intern Denise return to Sacred Heart to teach med school, while new med students Lucy, Drew, Cole and Maya are put through the wringer on their first day of school.
go ahead and take a pinkie
or an ear as a trophy.
I've never spoken
to any of these people.
I guess I should answer
any annoying questions you all have.
Speaking of which,
little administrative thing.
Whoops, that feels more like
my private-time area.
In my class, you will each be graded
by the color of your skin.
and then ran to see each other!
- Hey, Dr. Turk.
- Not now, Denise.
When was the last time
you guys saw each other?
But we're always
gonna inspire each other.
I feel like I can say the worst is over.
- You look like you could use a grape.
- Thanks, Ben, I really could.
And I call her 19
because instead of using your names,
- The anterior cerebral artery.
- I'm sorry about the grape thing.
- Don't sweat it, 42.
- I don't. My name is Ilyavich.
- Mike, just go.
You know, you think you're so hot,
but I'm not a fan.
- Hey, should we be taking notes?
- That's a good question, fellow.
I'm not a big fan of the TAs
doing a lot of speaking, Denise. Okay?
First one bringing me a med student
gets a juicy bone. He gets a juicy bone.
What is it called when tuberculosis
affects the spine?
But just a stunningly horrible job,
So, great first day, everybody.
Who wants to keep this party going?
Maybe you could, I don't know,
not do that.
Are we locked down to that,
or can we keep spitballing here?
I got us all these
Come on, let's go get a beer.
The truth is, the harshest words
are the ones we say about ourselves.
To cheer myself up,
I made what I think is a great decision.
Notice any resemblance?
Symmetric features, strong jaw?
- Don't you "puh-ching" me!
Now, can you make that out?
Why do you have to lash out, Perry?
and I kind of felt connected to him.
who could fly up
and rescue me from all this.
That is a very graphic
naked picture of you.