[Sacha Levy has just finished a very public phone call to his mother while on duty on the ward. He is now staring at a patient's feet sticking out of her bedsheets]
Jac Naylor: It's a foot! I think you'll find her hernia and bowel operation a little further up.
Sacha Levy: You've been to medical school, haven't you? You kept that quiet.
Jac Naylor: Why don't you carry on trying to work out one end of your patient from the other and I'll deal with the rest of the ward.
Sacha Levy: Oh, thanks.
[he looks at the patient's foot]
Sacha Levy: I'd say that was swollen.
Jac Naylor: I'd say it needs a good wash.
Sacha Levy: Would you say that was swollen?
Nicky Van Barr: Maybe. Any blood in the sputum?
Sacha Levy: No.
Jac Naylor: It's customary here for the *doctors* to do the diagnosing. Although I'm sure you've already asked for your mother's opinion.
Jac Naylor: How long is Doctor Doughnut going to be with us?
Ric Griffin: Sacha? You got a problem with his work?
Jac Naylor: Yes - he doesn't seem to want to *do* any!
[to an unconscious patient]
Sacha Levy: God, you look like my aunt. Perhaps not as hairy.
[Sacha is wiping a patient's vomit off his tie]
Jac Naylor: [sarcastically] Oh, nice tie. It's an improvement - it matches.
Sacha Levy: Oh, thank you. Shop said it was called a Naylor - comes with or without bile.
Oliver Valentine: How about we, er, go back to my place. I light a fire, pop one of my world-famous rogan joshes in the microwave and open a bottle of wine, and then we can just... relax, chill out.
Roberta Frank: At your place?
Oliver Valentine: It's just a thought.
Roberta Frank: Sounds like a very pleasant evening. But since I've got to know you, I think you should go home, cuddle up with your wine and your rogan josh, and enjoy some quality time with your favourite person - you. Cos quite frankly I'd rather rip out my own mitral valve with a rusty nail than spend the night with someone who would screw over his own sister to impress his boss.
[she walks away from the bar]
Oliver Valentine: What about your champagne?
Roberta Frank: I don't drink it - especially the expensive stuff.