Dr. Katz is asked to give an adult education lecture. Katz chooses to discuss a theory of his: A person gets temporarily smarter whenever they experience physical pain or emotional distress... See full summary »

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Dr. Katz (voice)
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Ben Katz (voice)
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Joy (voice)
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Brian (voice)
Will Le Bow ...
Stanley (voice)
Julianne Bond ...
Julie the Bartender (voice) (as Julianne Shapiro)
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Dr. Katz is asked to give an adult education lecture. Katz chooses to discuss a theory of his: A person gets temporarily smarter whenever they experience physical pain or emotional distress. Ben tries to inflict some pain on himself so he can feel smarter, but fails. At the lecture, Ben jumps his cues to laugh at Dr. Katz's opening jokes, throwing Katz for a loop. Written by Ian Lueck

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5 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Stanley: Well, all right, what is it in particular that scares you?
Dr. Katz: Well, honestly, I feel like a... I feel a little fraudulent, you know. I don't know if what I have to say is that interesting or if I can sound like an expert on the subject. That's the main thing.
Stanley: Nah, you see, what you do is, you dazzle 'em with some big psychoanalytical-type words, and by the time they catch on to you, poof, you're gone. You can do that, right?
Dr. Katz: Sure. I mean, I guess.
Stanley: All right, c'mon, Katz, gimme your best shot.
Dr. Katz: Well...
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