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Jeanie Boulet (Character)
from "ER" (1994)

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"ER: Fear of Flying (#3.6)" (1996)
Mr. Brazil's Caregiver: I've been Mr. B.'s caretaker for 20 years. He wants to be cryogenically preserved when he de-animates.
Jeanie Boulet: He wants to what?
Pickman: Be put on ice when he croaks.
Jeanie Boulet: Frozen?
Pickman: Like a popsicle.

Waitress at Doc Magoo's: What'll it be?
Dr. Maggie Doyle: Do you believe in reincarnation?
Waitress at Doc Magoo's: Sure, why not? Next life, I'm coming back as Cindy Crawford.
Jeanie Boulet: Could you do us a favor? A deceased patient of mine wants to be cryogenically preserved.
Waitress at Doc Magoo's: [stares]
Dr. Maggie Doyle: We gotta freeze a dead guy. You got any ice?

Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics: Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics. Mr. Brazil!
Jeanie Boulet: Do you have some sort of ID?
Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics: [handing Jeanie a large envelope] It's all there. Give him 10,000 units of Heparin, stat! I'll pack him up, and we'll be on our way.
Dr. Maggie Doyle: [aside, to Jeanie] Is he a doctor?
Jeanie Boulet: I don't think so. What do we do?
Dr. Maggie Doyle: Well, the Heparin can't hurt, him being dead and all...

"ER: Homeless for the Holidays (#3.10)" (1996)
Dr. Kerry Weaver: We're talking policy here, people. "Employee X" could be any one of us.
Jeanie Boulet: Excuse me... Just would everyone stop calling me "Employee X"? I am HIV-positive.

[Jeanie puts a star on top of the ER's Christmas tree]
Dr. Maggie Doyle: It looks good. Where'd you get it?
Jeanie Boulet: My ex-husband brought it by. It came off our first Christmas tree.
Dr. Maggie Doyle: That's an heirloom. You should put it on your family tree.
Jeanie Boulet: [smiles] I just did.

"ER: My Brother's Keeper (#4.16)" (1998)
Jeanie Boulet: I can't go to the movies next Friday, but I can go Saturday. Unless you're too cool to hang out with me.
Scott Anspaugh: You are pretty sorry.
Jeanie Boulet: Speak for yourself, Captain Baldy.
Scott Anspaugh: Next month, my hair will grow back, and you'll still be sorry.
Jeanie Boulet: Yeah, well, just for that, I get to pick the movie
Scott Anspaugh: No way. No chick flicks.
Jeanie Boulet: Oh, right, Mr. "Days of our Lives."

"ER: Whose Appy Now? (#3.14)" (1997)
Jerry Markovic: This is ridiculous. I do not need hand-washing lessons!
Dr. Greg Fischer: Scrub hard Jerry, to scrape off the bacteria.
Jeanie Boulet: But the most important thing is to wash your hands after you go to the bathroom.
Jerry Markovic: What, every time?

"ER: Think Warm Thoughts (#4.11)" (1998)
Jeanie Boulet: If it's bad news, you can worry about it then. Think about something else right now.
Scott Anspaugh: Like what? Rainbows and dandelions?

"ER: Ask Me No Questions, I'll Tell You No Lies (#3.9)" (1996)
Al Boulet: Living with AIDS... that's nothing, but... knowing I gave it to you... there's no pill for that. I just have to face it. Every day. Hating me might feel good, but it won't change anything.
Jeanie Boulet: It doesn't feel good, Al. Nothing about this feels good.

"ER: Do You See What I See? (#4.10)" (1997)
Gina: Look, I don't have AIDS, ok? I don't sleep with gay guys or druggies.
Jeanie Boulet: Neither did I.

"ER: Status Quo (#14.11)" (2008)
Jeanie Boulet: You're not so bad, Dr. Pratt.
Dr. Gregory Pratt: I know. It usually takes people a while, but I eventually win them over.

"ER: Tribes (#3.17)" (1997)
[Carla is having an ultrasound]
Dr. Janet Coburn: Oh! Hello. There it is. Turtle sign. It's a boy.
Carla Reece: That little thing?
Jeanie Boulet: They grow.
Carla Reece: Not as much as they'd like to think.

"ER: Middle of Nowhere (#5.16)" (1999)
[Jeanie's nose is bleeding. Peter reaches out with a tissue]
Jeanie Boulet: Peter, don't touch me, for God's sake! I'm poison.

"ER: Ghosts (#3.5)" (1996)
Jeanie Boulet: A man came in today. He sat there, and watched his wife die. And he helped her to die, because she was in so much pain, and he loved her.
Jeanie Boulet: But we didn't have that kind of marriage, did we, Al? We didn't love, we didn't cherish. We didn't respect! And now you've killed me!

"ER: Ground Zero (#4.6)" (1997)
Cynthia Hooper: You don't like being swept off your feet?
Jeanie Boulet: It's the landing that's the problem.

"ER: Faith (#3.16)" (1997)
Dr. Greg Fischer: La Bohème?
Jeanie Boulet: You don't have to say it like it's a new strain of resistant bacteria.

"ER: Vanishing Act (#5.4)" (1998)
Jeanie Boulet: You need some help.
Dr. Doug Ross: Okay. Take rashes.
Jeanie Boulet: I was thinking something more permanent.
Dr. Doug Ross: Allergies?