Saxophonist, referring to clarinet soloist Buddy Hollis: "That reed man is really whacked-up tonight."
Clarinetist Clarence “Clinker” Krauseuse: ”You'd be sporting a whack job, too...” (0:04)
Detective Nick Charles’ son Nick, Jr. tells his father and his mother Nora, referring to cartoon characters, "She's a man dressed in women's clothes." (0:13)
Nora asks Nick, "Now, you see why I'm worried?" (0:14)
Nick tells Nora, "It's positively sadistic the way you drive me to work." (0:21)
A musician tells Nick, "Hey, that whacked-up Buddy Hollis was in Brant’s office last night."
Nick asks the clarinetist, ”Where can I find this whacked-up character?” (0:31)
Clinker tells Nick, "I was getting on kind of a nervous kick just sitting around there waiting." (0:33)
Nick answers Nora, "Split personality." (0:43)
Janet Sayre tells Nick and Nora, referring to singer Fran, "She seemed quite upset and nervous about it." (0:57)
Monolaw tells an orderly, "I'm worried about that." (1:03)
Nick tells Nora, "Well, cracked minds play funny tricks on you, and, by the same token, you can play funny tricks on cracked minds." (1:06)
Janet tells Nick, "I guess I just got panicky." (1:12)
Nick tells Nora, "Hollis is hopelessly insane, totally unresponsible for his acts." (1:13)
Newspaper article: "Talk of the Main Stem is the complete mental recovery of Buddy Hollis." (1:14)