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Tom Amandes: Dr. Harold Abbott



  • Irv Harper : I know I bore Edna.

    Dr. Abbott : I've bored Rose since the day we met. I think she makes shopping lists in her head while I'm talking to her.

  • Dr. Harold Abbott : My daughter is dating a paroled addict.

    Dr. Andrew Brown : My 16 year-old son is dating his 20 year old baby sitter.

    Dr. Harold Abbott : Barkeep, two more.

  • Dr. Abbott : And behold the people, who had every attribute of dogs, except loyalty.

  • Rose Abbot : [seeing her husband peer out the window]  What are you looking for?

    Dr. Abbott : Trouble.

    Rose Abbot : Which starts with 'T', which rhymes with 'P' and that stands for 'pot'?

    Dr. Abbott : Oh, joke away my dear. Once word gets out, every dope fiend and pot head within 50 miles is gonna come sniffing around this house.

    Rose Abbot : And do what? Roll around on the front lawn stoned? Its not catnip, Harold.

  • Delia : Are you having a fight?

    Dr. Abbott : Perpetually, child.

  • Dr. Abbott : Newsflash Dr Brown, you're not here to save the world. Only to annoy it.

  • Harold : We got here as fast as we could, which wasn't very fast.

  • Harold : You never take any responsibility for your own actions. Do you blame Colin, Dr. Brown, us?

    Amy : No, I just blame you.

  • Harold : Okay, then, Amy, you want a prescription? Here, I'll write you a prescription.

    Rose : Harold.

    Harold : No, Rose, I don't know what else to do. I'm at my wits end.

    [scribbles on a prescription pad] 

    Harold : Here's your prescription for Amy Abbott. Not my daughter because my daughter would never do this.

  • Brenda Baxworth : Just what makes you so sure he's innocent, doc?

    Dr. Abbott : Because Marvin Harrison was my father's closest friend. He's no more a murderer than any of you are civilized.

  • [Dr. L. Abbott is doodling an Alfalfa Gets Geronimo'd stick figure with an arrow through its head as Louise's voice drones ever onwards into somnolent bliss] 

    Louise : The proliferation of 15 minute coffee breaks to include more than three per day or the extension of said breaks to encompass greater than 20 minutes of downtime in the span of a three hour period should be avoided.

    [Dr. H. Abbott is reading along with his own highbrowed superfluidity of speech in a resounding No!' of silent-mouthed head shaking. Dr. L. Abbott is bored out of her wits] 

    Dr. Harold Abbott : Thank you, Louise. Ahhhh, moving onto this month's management topics.

    Dr. Linda Abbott : You mean there's something left uncovered in the October management summit of 2003? I'm stunned.

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