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All Seasons
 Season 1  

Benton: (having first spotted Carter) Oh, no! Would you look at this?
Mark: That's the first tailored white coat I've ever seen.
Benton: Isn't he lovely?
Susan: Lovely.
Mark: Do you think he knows anything?
Ross: He knows how to dress.

Benton: [Carter gives him an H&P on a patient] Mother's maiden name?
Haleh: He's kidding.

Benton: Do you know how to start an IV?
Carter: Uh, actually, no.
Benton: I thought you were third year.
Carter: I am, but all I've done is dermatology and psychiatry.
Benton: The well-dressed specialties, huh?

Carter: Oh God, I killed Santa.

Carter: What's he doing?
Susan: Practicing one-handed knots. He'd do it with his teeth if he could.
Benton: No I wouldn't. You can't wear a glove on your teeth.

Carter: You ever get used to this?
Benton: Used to what?
Carter: Going on three hours sleep.
Benton: Anything more than three hours and I'm sluggish all day.

Carter: You ever put in a foley?
[Deb shakes her head.]
Carter: You're in for a treat.

Doug: [talking about Linda Farrell] Serious? Our longest phone conversation is "Get over here."

Doug: [to Carol] Tell him that you don't love me. Tell him that you don't think about me when you're with him.

Doug: I thought you were some kind of saint. I was going to start calling you Mahatma.

Doug: I'm not a grownup doctor.
Lydia: We all know that, but everyone else's busy.

Dr. Morgenstern: The unit's looking to you, Mark. You set the tone.

Haleh: [discussing Deb's examination of an unconscious Carter] The term isn't average male genitalia, it's normal male genitalia.

Hicks: When I was a resident, I was always worried about getting people's approval, the attendings', the patients', maybe because I was a woman, a black woman. Life was a lot easier once I got over it. Don't let the patients get to you, Dr. Lewis. We treat them as soon as we can and there's no need to apologize for how long it takes. We are a busy hospital, not a restaurant.

Mae Benton : Carter? You got people in Tennessee?
Carter: On my father's side.
Mae Benton : I think his people owned our people.