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"Bystander Ben" finds the eponymous goofball quoted in a local newspaper as a fully-identified witness to a crime. Convinced he's riding a wave of media fame, Ben misses the big picture: the yet-to-be-captured criminals can identify him. In "Real Estate," Ben considers finding an apartment of his own, leaving such minor details as a lack of income for later consideration. "Glasses" features Dr. Katz in an unusually narcissistic mode, trying to update his personal appearance with a hip pair of reading glasses that make his face look like it's in a fishbowl. "Drinky the Drunk Guy" is a very funny episode in which Ben confronts his father in the most obnoxious terms about what he perceives as Dr. Katz's drinking problem. "A Journey for the Betterment of People" and "ESP" are also great Ben-centric tales, the former concerning Ben's sudden desire to save prostitutes from a life of exploitation, and the latter about his strong belief that he suddenly has the power to read minds. ("Can you read my mind?" the disgusted Laura asks.) An excellent set. --Tom Keogh
Anyone who likes Adult Swim's Home Movies and stand-up comedy will love Dr. Katz.
Their unique styles of comedy as well as the animation sequences with which they coincide keep the show fresh and amusing.
Ben: "Pretty much, you know, I found that if I preheat them first, it makes the job a whole lot easier..
VERY KOOL TO BE ABLE TO WATCH THIS AGAIN. BEEN SO LONG UNTIL I SAW IT ON HERE ALMOST FORGOT ABOUT THE SHOW IN GENERAL. GREAT BUY.Published 10 days ago by John Edward Duncan
How could I say anything bad about Dr. Katz? Hysterically funny…. the whole family is hooked! I am also impressed with the quality of the picture -- crystal clear and the 'wiggle... Read morePublished 14 months ago by CJW
I wish this show would have lasted longer, was happy to find it available at a reasonable price, and I am not a big fan of animated programs, either. Read morePublished 15 months ago by JimB
In the down time in this busy world. We can all use some humor that doesn't that is safe veiwing.Published 21 months ago by Thomas Byrd
love dr katz from years ago on regular tv, now catching up on shows missed or forgotten, highly recommend dvdPublished 22 months ago by Michael J. Dicamillo
Dr. Katz, professional therapist brought back fond memories of the comedians of that era, enjoyed it and would recommend the collection.Published 24 months ago by Linda Mayo
This was an amazing series, with a great cast of talented stand-up comics. One cannot deny that this broke the mold for popular cartoons. Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by Richard L. Anderson