Registrar: Now, what course are you interested in?
Lisa Douglas: What have you got?
Registrar: Oh, we have a long list to choose from.
Lisa Douglas: May I see the menu?
Registrar: Uh, don't cha mean the curriculum?
Lisa Douglas: What's a cirricumum?
Registrar: [hands her the book] Here's the menu.
Lisa Douglas: [describing course on first day of class] Therefore, in a broad sense, psychology is the study of the inner self. We'll be going into this more specifically, going into many theories such as Freud's that all our dives are sex oriented.
Lisa Douglas: I didn't know this class was going to be about Oriental sex!
Eustace Charleton Haney: [trying to sell a psychologist's couch] Junk? I'll have you know this is the very couch used by that famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Frood.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: Sigmund Frood?
Eustace Charleton Haney: Or, "Siggy Baby" as Marie Antoinette used to call him. She was his first patient, ya know.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: They weren't even around at the same time!
Eustace Charleton Haney: Oh, they was very careful not to be seen together, but many's a time "Siggy" psychoed Marie on this very couch.