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Susan Lewis (Character)
from "ER" (1994)

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"ER: Secrets and Lies (#8.16)" (2002)
Nurse Abby Lockhart: [about Luka and Carter] They really are a pair of freaks.
Dr. Susan Lewis: They really are.

Dr. Susan Lewis: When you find out why I was over there, you are going to feel *very* small. We're friends. He needed me there.
Dr. John Carter: Friends?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Yes, friends, which is more than I'll be able to say about us if you keep this up.

Dr. John Carter: How did I make a fool of myself?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Well, you participated in a duel, for one.

Michael Gallant: What does your dad do, Dr. Lewis?
Dr. Susan Lewis: My dad?
Michael Gallant: Yeah.
Dr. Susan Lewis: He's a test pilot for Barcalounger.

Michael Gallant: Dr. Carter.
Dr. John Carter: What?
Michael Gallant: What does your dad do?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Spends the family trust fund.

Nurse Abby Lockhart: How did you manage to last this long without some girl marrying you?
Dr. John Carter: We come with a built-in gold-digger alarm. My grandmother installs them at birth.
Dr. Susan Lewis: And I haven't set it off? You'd better have that thing checked.

Dr. John Carter: Everybody assumes when you grow up with money, everything's great.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Yeah, it must have been hard growing up in the mansion. Was Gamma too cheap to heat the pool?

[about when she lost her virginity]
Nurse Abby Lockhart: I was terrified. So was he. It was the longest 20 seconds of my life.
Dr. Susan Lewis: 20 seconds?
Nurse Abby Lockhart: Yeah, if you counted foreplay.

Dr. Susan Lewis: [Luka and Carter are fencing after Carter discovers the closet is full of gear] . Do you think they're trying to impress us?
Nurse Abby Lockhart: If they are it isn't working.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [laughing] And to think you slept with both of them.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: [shaking her head] I never slept with Carter.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [looking surprised] I thought you had!
Nurse Abby Lockhart: That was a rumor Carter started.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Oh, that's low.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: I thought so.

Dr. Susan Lewis: [Carter is upset that Susan, who he is dating, stayed on Mark's couch a few nights before. Carter is also desperately in love with Abby at this point] We're friends, friends! Which is more than I can say for us if you don't knock this off. I slept on the couch!
[looks at Abby]
Dr. Susan Lewis: He thinks I slept with Mark.
Dr. Luka Kovac: Abby's been staying with me and nothing's happened.
[everybody turns and stares at him]
Dr. Luka Kovac: What?


"ER: Walk Like a Man (#9.4)" (2002)
Dr. Luka Kovac: Her workup is not complete.
Dr. Susan Lewis: But her mother's is, so unless you have unusual stamina, there's no reason to keep her here.

Dr. Susan Lewis: When you're waiting on a patient's results, it's not necessary for you to boff that patient's mother in the storage closet.

Dr. John Carter: Abby said it was a good time.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Don't worry, she hasn't cheated on you since that stripper named Thor.
Dr. John Carter: I can be concerned, right?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Don't be. He was wearing an American flag thong.

[after seeing Dr. Weaver with a syringe]
Dr. Susan Lewis: You don't think she could be...?
Nurse Abby Lockhart: No chance.
Dr. Susan Lewis: That's what it looked like.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: Weaver? The straightest gay woman since Janet Reno? I don't think so.


"ER: 24 Hours (#1.1)" (1994)
Patient: Are you married?
Dr. Susan Lewis: No, I'm a doctor.

Dr. Peter Benton: Anybody want any coffee?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Yeah, I do.
Dr. Peter Benton: How do you take it?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Same as yesterday and the day before that.
Dr. Peter Benton: And they call *me* a smartass.

Dr. Peter Benton: [the regular ER doctors are watching new med student John Carter wait nervously at the desk] Oh, man, would you look at this?
Dr. Mark Greene: Huh. That's the first tailored white coat I've ever seen.
Dr. Peter Benton: Isn't he lovely.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Lovely.
Dr. Mark Greene: Think he knows anything?
Dr. Doug Ross: He knows how to dress.
Dr. Peter Benton: Well, he's my student. I'll find out.

Dr. Susan Lewis: [a patient is worried he has lung cancer] Mr. Parker, if there's one thing you learn in my job, it's that nothing is certain. Nothing that seems very bad and nothing that seems very good. Nothing is certain. Nothing.


"ER: Death and Taxes (#10.7)" (2003)
Dr. Gregory Pratt: Hey, what the hell you doing here?
Dr. Archie Morris: Working.
Dr. Gregory Pratt: I thought you quit.
Dr. Gregory Pratt: Oh, my dad wouldn't let me. Said he'd pull the money plug if I didn't see this thing through.
Dr. Gregory Pratt: This thing, meaning a career in medicine?
Dr. Archie Morris: Yeah.
Dr. Susan Lewis: What are you doing?
Nurse Samantha Taggart: He just grabbed my ass. Here, take this to church and have it exorcised.
Dr. Robert Romano: That's right, you keep walking! Right up to the nursing director's office 'cause by the time you get there, there'll be a pink slip waiting for you.
Nurse Samantha Taggart: Good! Give me plenty of time to file my sexual harassment lawsuit!
Dr. Robert Romano: Do you mind?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Yes, I do. You can have it back by the end of the day if you learn to behave!
Dr. Robert Romano: Give me my damned arm back!

Nurse Samantha Taggart: I've got a rule against ass grabbing.
Dr. Susan Lewis: That's a good rule.

Dr. Susan Lewis: What pleasure could you possibly get from humiliating people?
Dr. Robert Romano: It's called fun, you should try it sometime.

Dr. Robert Romano: Do I need to remind you that I'm in charge here?
Dr. Susan Lewis: You'll have to convince me first.


"ER: If I Should Fall from Grace (#8.7)" (2001)
Dr. Susan Lewis: I need a psych consult, my patient thinks he's a vampire.
Abby Lockhart: Oh, Fred? Where is he?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Exam 2.
Abby Lockhart: Is there a nurse with him?
Dr. Susan Lewis: No... why?
Abby Lockhart: He's a vampire.
Dr. Susan Lewis: What do you mean he's a vampire?
Abby Lockhart: He drinks people's blood.
Dr. Susan Lewis: You're kidding, right?
[They come upon the patient, drinking blood from an IV packet]
Dr. Susan Lewis: ...That's nasty.

[Carter tells Susan about his past drug addiction]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Fenanyl?
Dr. John Carter: I figured if I'd abuse drugs, I'd abuse a good one.

Dr. John Carter: [after talking about his drug addiction and now sobriety] Disappointed in me?
Dr. Susan Lewis: No, no! I'm just... you were stabbed!
Dr. John Carter: Twice. I don't recommend it.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [laughs and pauses] Can I see your scar?
Dr. John Carter: What? No!
Dr. Susan Lewis: Why not? Don't be bashful.
Dr. John Carter: No! Get your own.

Dr. Susan Lewis: [sitting beside Carter beside his pool waiting for his grandmother to come home, after talking about his stabbing and subsequent drug addiction] Why do I feel like a school kid sitting out here?
Dr. John Carter: Must be the adolescent sexual tension.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [chuckles] That's it.
Dr. John Carter: You know I used to have a crush on you.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Used to?
Dr. John Carter: It's all coming back to me now.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [pauses] I used to have a crush on you too.
Dr. John Carter: Liar.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I did! You were cute, real cute, but...
Dr. John Carter: But?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Well you were a med student, I was a resident...
Dr. John Carter: I'm a resident now.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Chief Resident.
Dr. John Carter: Thats right.
[pauses]
Dr. John Carter: I'm glad you came back.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Me too.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [after a pause and the sound of a car driving up the driveway, and headlights in Carter and Lewis' faces] Gamma's home.


"ER: Next of Kin (#9.9)" (2002)
Dr. Susan Lewis: You're late.
Dr. Luka Kovac: Blame my alarm clock.
Dr. Susan Lewis: What's her name?

Dr. Susan Lewis: If I was stuck on a train with my family... well, bad example, I'd throw myself on the tracks.

Michael Gallant: Dr. Lewis.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I used to think that would be so cool to hear, "Dr. Lewis."


"ER: The Student (#10.17)" (2004)
Dr. Susan Lewis: It's so sweet seeing them growing up.
Jerry Markovic: Who? Babies?
Dr. Susan Lewis: No, men.

Chuck Martin: I think we have a case of sympathetic pregnancy going on here.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Excuse me?
Chuck Martin: I have all the symptoms: nausea, gas, increased salivation, cravings... I've gotta pee all the time...
Dr. Susan Lewis: You had all that before I got pregnant.

Chuck Martin: How does a guy like that get to be such a freak?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Born with a y-chromosome?
Chuck Martin: Oh, so all men are twisted?
Dr. Susan Lewis: You said it!
Chuck Martin: You hate men.
Dr. Susan Lewis: If it weren't for sperm and heavy lifting you'd all be useless.


"ER: Tell Me Where It Hurts (#9.7)" (2002)
Nurse Malik McGrath: Just say no to drugs and double bacon cheeseburgers.
Paul Nathan: You know, his size was probably something he couldn't control.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Especially if he was running downhill.

Dr. Jing-Mei Chen: Kovac is sleeping.
Dr. Susan Lewis: With who?


"ER: Freefall (#10.8)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: This patient has been intubated with a central line. Who did this?
Abby Lockhart: Sign here and you can say you did.

Dr. Susan Lewis: I thought you were on the chopper.
Chuck Martin: Oh, God, no. They brought their own nurse and that bitch wouldn't let me fly.
Dr. Susan Lewis: That bitch saved your life.


"ER: A Little Help from My Friends (#9.11)" (2003)
Dr. Jing-Mei Chen: Sorry, she's one of my Mathletes. Anastasia, you're going to have to go over there and sit with the rest of the team.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Mathletes?
Dr. Jing-Mei Chen: Yeah, she's on the math team. They compete in math tournaments.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Oh yeah, we used to call them "geeks."

Anastasia Chang: These numbers, discovered in different cultures, in different centuries, all add to zero, proving the universe is perfect. Proving the existence of *God*.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Hey, I can't even prove I paid my gas bill.


"ER: Fear of Flying (#3.6)" (1996)
[Dr. Lewis and Dr. Greene are walking up to the helipad]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Ohh, God...
Dr. Mark Greene: The flight rotation was like the highlight of my residency. You'll be fine.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I'll be thousands of feet in the air, in something shaped like a baked potato with a frat beanie on it.
Dr. Mark Greene: Actually, it's only hundreds of feet.

Dr. Mark Greene: What are you doing?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Hyperventilating, leave me alone!


"ER: Ghosts (#3.5)" (1996)
Jerry Markovic: Dr. Greene, I'm gonna remind you one more time...
Dr. Mark Greene: I'm on my way. I'm gonna take Susan with me for protection.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Protection from what?
Dr. Mark Greene: Ghost up on the 5th floor.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Why do we have to go up there?
[They step onto the elevator]
Dr. Mark Greene: Guy gorked off, I have to pronounce him. You're not scared, are you?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Of course not.
[the lights go out and the elevator stops]
Dr. Susan Lewis: ...Mark?
Dr. Mark Greene: Susan?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Oh good, you're still there.
Dr. Mark Greene: Where would I go?
Dr. Susan Lewis: [nervous laugh]

[the lights flicker]
Dr. Mark Greene: Jerry!
Jerry Markovic: I called maintenance 4 times, they're working on it.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Ohhh, maybe it's the ghost from the 5th floor.
Dr. Mark Greene: Not you, too.
Nurse Lydia Wright: It's a true story, Mark! It's up there!
Dr. Susan Lewis: Poor guy, still pining away for the woman he loved.
Nurse Lydia Wright: I thought he broke her heart.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Broke his own heart is more like it.
Dr. Mark Greene: And how do you know this?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Because that's the story. It was Halloween night, the 1930s or something, up on the 5th floor. There was rain and thunder and lightning... he was a doctor, she was an intern...
Nurse Lily Jarvik: She loved him, didn't she?
Dr. Susan Lewis: [nods] But a really wealthy, handsome patient had fallen in love with her, and asked her to marry him.
Nurse Chuny Marquez: What did she say?
Dr. Susan Lewis: She didn't know what to say. So... she told the doctor.
Nurse Chuny Marquez: What did he say?
Dr. Susan Lewis: He said nothing.
Nurse Lily Jarvik: I thought he loved her!
Dr. Susan Lewis: He did love her, but he just stood there, he couldn't get the words out. And then, after she walked across the room, she turned back and looked at him... she put her hand to her lips, and blew him what would be their first and only kiss. They say it blew through him like a rush of cold wind.
Nurse Chuny Marquez: That's so sad!
Jerry Markovic: What happened?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Unfortunately, the doc fell out the 5th floor window, so that's kind of it.
Dr. Mark Greene: Well, I'm sure they worked on him in the O.R. for awhile.


"ER: Union Station (#3.8)" (1996)
Dr. Mark Greene: [chasing after Lewis' train, shouting] Susan! Susan! Susan!
Dr. Susan Lewis: Mark!... My God, are you okay? You came to say goodbye?
Dr. Mark Greene: No... stay. I want you to stay.
Dr. Susan Lewis: But, Mark, I...
Dr. Mark Greene: I love you. And I'm stupid for not saying it before.
Dr. Susan Lewis: No, it's OK. I knew. In a way I knew.
Dr. Mark Greene: We belong together. Tell me you don't feel the same.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I'm sorry.
Dr. Mark Greene: We're right together.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Mark, you are my best friend in the whole world, I don't know how I'm gonna make it without you.
Dr. Mark Greene: Don't go!
Dr. Susan Lewis: I have to. I don't belong here any more, I have a new life, it's going in a different direction.
Dr. Mark Greene: Susan... I don't wanna lose you!
[they kiss and Lewis boards the train]
Dr. Susan Lewis: I'll never forget you.
[as the train pulls away]
Dr. Susan Lewis: I *do* love you.
Dr. Mark Greene: [can't hear] What?
Dr. Susan Lewis: I love you!

[Lydia places a large box on the desk of the nurses' station]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Hey, what's in the box? Bridal shop?
Nurse Haleh Adams: Did you and Al finally set the date?
Nurse Lydia Wright: No, the opposite.
Nurse Connie Oligario: She broke off with Al.
Nurse Lydia Wright: I'm returning this ridiculous fake virgin outfit, and they'd better not offer me store credit!


"ER: The Greater Good (#10.6)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: Keep Kovac away from her. He's been known to give away free physicals.

Nurse Abby Lockhart: I'm beginning to hate her.
Dr. Susan Lewis: She's a med student.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: I'm a med student.
Dr. Susan Lewis: You know, now that you mention it, she's pissing me off too. Come on, let's hate her together.


"ER: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (#9.13)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: [after Dr. Corday turned down a date] All I know is that if a cute guy wants to go out with you and you're not interested the least you could do is introduce me.

Dr. Susan Lewis: [about Luka] I think maybe you should talk to him. He seems a little depressed.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: He's European. That's his baseline.


"ER: Quo Vadis? (#8.9)" (2001)
[Talking about the weirdest places they've had sex]
Dr. John Carter: On a train to Seattle.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Really? With who?
Dr. John Carter: I was by myself. But it was memorable.


"ER: And in the End... (#15.22)" (2009)
Dr. John Carter: Ill begotten gains of my Carter forefathers put to good use.
Dr. Kerry Weaver: Redemption?
Dr. John Carter: Maybe so.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Your grandma would be so proud.
Dr. John Carter: Grandfather's rolling over in his grave. He thought the Carter fortune would last longer than the pyramids.
Dr. Susan Lewis: You spent it all?
Dr. John Carter: No. But most of it.
Dr. Kerry Weaver: You've done a great thing here, John. Truly great.


"ER: Carter est Amoureux (#11.21)" (2005)
[to Luka]
Dr. Susan Lewis: I know that Morris isn't the sharpest shovel in the shed, but he's a paperwork hound. Besides, it keeps him from seeing patients. Think of it as community service.


"ER: Chaos Theory (#9.1)" (2002)
Dr. Susan Lewis: We need to evacuate.
Dr. John Carter: The ER?
Dr. Susan Lewis: The entire hospital... Everyone but you.


"ER: Skin (#11.10)" (2005)
Dr. Susan Lewis: Neela, I need to talk to you later about your patient satisfaction scores.
Dr. Neela Rasgotra: Is there a problem?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Yeah, they sucked.


"ER: Take These Broken Wings (#2.21)" (1996)
Dr. Susan Lewis: The healers are always taught to move on.


"ER: Going Home (#1.3)" (1994)
Nurse Carol Hathaway: [standing at the door to the admit area] I'm here to unload that new shipment of barbituates.
[Susan and Jerry look up]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Hey!
[she goes over and hugs her]
Dr. Susan Lewis: At least you didn't kill off your sense of humor.
Nurse Carol Hathaway: No, just a few brain cells.
Jerry Markovic: Hey...
Nurse Carol Hathaway: Hey, Jerry.
[they share a huge hug]
Nurse Carol Hathaway: Jerry... Jerry... you're killing me!
[he lets her go and they all laugh]
Jerry Markovic: Not like you haven't tried already.


"ER: Start All Over Again (#8.5)" (2001)
Carmen Turino: Don't drop my baby!
Dr. Susan Lewis: Don't worry, Dr. Carter used to be in the circus.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: Yeah, as a clown, right?
Dr. John Carter: Human cannonball. Until I got fired.


"ER: A Miracle Happens Here (#2.10)" (1995)
Carol Hathaway: On the twelfth day of Christmas, / my true love gave to me... uhhh...
[all the other ER docs enter and start singing]
Dr. Doug Ross: 12 tone deaf doctors.
Dr. Mark Greene: 11 lords a lording.
Dr. Susan Lewis: 10 drummers drumming.
Dr. John Carter: 9 something something.
Nurse Lydia Wright: 8 maids a milking.
Malik: 7 swans a swatting.
Harper: 6 geese a gagging.
Everyone: 5 golden rings. 4 calling birds, 3 French hens, 2 turtledoves, and a partridge in a pear tree.


"ER: You Are Here (#11.20)" (2005)
Dr. Susan Lewis: This is my home! This is where I started! This is where I want to stay! Sometimes, I get this feeling that you want to be anywhere but here, Carter.


"ER: The Right Thing (#2.14)" (1996)
Dr. Susan Lewis: [to Carter] You know, when you first got here, we were a little concerned about you. You seemed to care too much. We're not worried about that anymore.


"ER: Do One, Teach One, Kill One (#2.3)" (1995)
Jerry Markovic: Dr. Lewis, can you do an employee physical?
Dr. Susan Lewis: On who?
Jerry Markovic: Randi.
[to Randi]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Breathe in.
[Randi breaths in]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Breathe out.
[Randi breaths out]
Dr. Susan Lewis: She's fine. Where's the form?


"ER: Lockdown (#8.22)" (2002)
[Jerry is talking to the news media over the phone]
Jerry Markovic: ...And we think that this may be smallpox.
[Dr. Lewis catches him]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Jerry?
Jerry Markovic: I'm just... talking to my mom.


"ER: Supplies and Demands (#8.6)" (2001)
Dr. John Carter: I think I twisted my knee doing that damn locust position.
Dr. Susan Lewis: No, it's "lotus," like the flower.
Dr. John Carter: Oh, well that explains why it hurts. I was doing the "grasshopper."


"ER: A Thousand Cranes (#9.16)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: So, you're Julia?
Julia: Yeah, you're Susan.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Yeah, I work at the hospital.
Julia: I know. Sean said that you were the only doctor he ever met who was like a friend. And, um, that you were hot.


"ER: When Night Meets Day (#9.21)" (2003)
Nurse Abby Lockhart: Isn't the fire outside, boys?
Fireman #1: It's out.
Nurse Abby Lockhart: Really? Then shouldn't you be rolling up your hoses and heading back to the station? Feeding that little spotted dog? Polishing your poles?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Are you cranky or flirting?


"ER: It's Not Easy Being Greene (#2.13)" (1996)
Nurse Carol Hathaway: Hey, what happened to those worms in radiology?
Dr. Susan Lewis: They're doing a consult.
Nurse Carol Hathaway: No, no those earthworms. I put a bucket of earthworms in there and they're gone.


"ER: Only Connect (#11.11)" (2005)
Dr. Susan Lewis: So. How are you doing?
Dr. Abby Lockhart: Good.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Really?
Dr. Abby Lockhart: Never better.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Really?
Dr. Abby Lockhart: Yes. Yes. Yes. I've processed all my feelings of anger, shame and guilt in an emotionally safe environment. I've addressed the urge to use alcohol. Oh and I've consulted both a shaman and a guru so really, I'm all good.


"ER: Foreign Affairs (#9.20)" (2003)
[discussing reasons for anulling their marriage]
Chuck Martin: Fraud. Have you ever faked anything?
Dr. Susan Lewis: No. Have you?
Chuck Martin: No, I'm just a screamer.


"ER: Motherhood (#1.24)" (1995)
Dr. Susan Lewis: Never thought I'd deliver my own niece.
Carol Hathaway: On Mother's Day no less.


"ER: The Advocate (#9.17)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: Who's the attending?
Dr. Abby Lockhart: Kovac. He's sleeping.
Dr. Susan Lewis: With who?


"ER: A Simple Twist of Fate (#8.14)" (2002)
Dr. Susan Lewis: Where did you get that?
Jerry Markovic: What?
Dr. Susan Lewis: The bagel.
Jerry Markovic: I found it under the desk. Somebody threw away perfectly good dip, too. You want some?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Aww... you should go home. Now.


"ER: Out of Africa (#10.5)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: I need you to promise me you're not gonna kill yourself in the next 72 hours.
Ben Hollander: But... Monday would be fine?
Dr. Susan Lewis: I'm off the hook by then.


"ER: Insurrection (#9.3)" (2002)
Dr. John Carter: I got stabbed. Lucy got killed, and today Abby and Chen get a gun to their heads. I'm sorry. No. It's gotta stop. Otherwise, it's not worth doing.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I know, Carter. You're an emergency room doctor. It's about getting through the shift.


"ER: Into That Good Night (#1.5)" (1994)
[about Benton who's listening to a walkman]
John Carter: What's he doing?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Practicing one-handed knots. He'd do it with his teeth if he could.
Dr. Peter Benton: No, I wouldn't. You can't wear a glove on your teeth.


"ER: Full Moon, Saturday Night (#1.20)" (1995)
[after a tall man on drugs, still tied to his gurney, walks out of the ER]
Dr. Susan Lewis: [to Carter] Full moon, Saturday night.
John Carter: Cool.


"ER: A Boy Falling Out of the Sky (#9.15)" (2003)
Dr. Susan Lewis: [about her blind date] Let's put it this way: I almost had to fake it.
Dr. Deb Chen: An orgasm?
Dr. Susan Lewis: A seizure.


"ER: The Match Game (#2.17)" (1996)
Dr. Susan Lewis: Wait a minute. I thought your eyes were brown.
Dr. Mark Greene: For an extra 15 bucks, they can be blue.


"ER: Brothers and Sisters (#8.19)" (2002)
[after witnessing Bosco beating up a suspect]
Dr. Susan Lewis: You may have broken his nose.
NYPD Off. Maurice 'Bosco' Boscorelli: Nah, he was always that ugly.


"ER: Finders Keepers (#9.18)" (2003)
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: So, how's it going down here?
Dr. Susan Lewis: Wanna hear something scary? I miss Weaver.