Dr. Neela Rasgotra: Does every 10-year old kid have ADHD?
Nurse Sam Taggart: ADD, A Gameboy and an I-Pod
Nurse Sam Taggart: He to young to go, and shouldn't even be listening to that kind of music anyways.
Dr. Luka Kovac: I did't know you already said no.
Nurse Sam Taggart: Luca, I'm trying to teach him the value of a dollar and you go and give him everything that he wants.
Dr. Luka Kovac: It was only fifty bucks.
Nurse Sam Taggart: For a concert ticket for a ten year old, NO. That's ridiculous.
Dr. Luka Kovac: I just don't think you should be worried about money so much.
Nurse Sam Taggart: Look, I appreciate your generosity, but I am not going to let you start paying for everything.
Dr. Luka Kovac: But you don't have to pay exactly half the rent and half the bills every month, that's ridiculous.
Nurse Sam Taggart: You know I've been taking care of me and Alex for 10 years on my own, I think I can handle it.
Dr. Luka Kovac: You know, this isn't about money at all. You're worried about losing your independence or something. And about my role in Alex's live. What are you worried you're losing control or something.
Nurse Sam Taggart: You know what, you always do this.
Dr. Luka Kovac: Do what?
Nurse Sam Taggart: This! Telling me what I'm really mad about.
Dr. Luka Kovac: Most of the time you don't know what you're really mad about.
[Sam walks to the door]
Dr. Luka Kovac: Sam, this isn't our stop.
Neela Rasgotra: [about the possibility of moving in with Ray] So, we could go days without seeing each other.
Dr. Ray Barnett: Oh, months even. Welcome roomie.