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Jeff Daniels, Harley Jane Kozak, John Goodman, Julian Sands, Stuart Pankin, Brian McNamara, Mark L. Taylor, Henry Jones, Peter Jason, James Handy
caffeine | epinephrine | Adrenalin
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A hearse drives to a mortuary where a coffin is unloaded then opened. (0:17)

Tommy: “Mom, how come you’re not afraid of bugs like Dad is?”
”I’m not afraid of all bugs.” (0:23)

Physician Ross tells his wife Molly, “Caffeine. Adrenalin.”
Molly: “Between my severance and all your potential patients we’ll be fine.” (0:23)

Physician Sam tells Ross, “At least for my patients it’s terrific.” (0:24)

Ross tells Molly, referring to Sam, “He panicked.” (0:28)

Molly finishes Ross’s sentence: “I have a...”
“... terrible fear of spiders.”
”Therapy, Ross. It’s time to work through this irrational paralyzing terror.”
Ross: “It was my first memory.”
”Can you blame me for being a spiderphobe?”
Molly: “Arachnophobe.”
Ross: “Therapy, right?” (0:32)

Mortician Irv tells Ross, “Must drive you nuts...” (0:39)

Photographer Jerry’s mother grieves. (0:39)

Sam tells Ross, “I believe you may be guilty of medical malpractice...” (0:46)

Funeral in a cemetery. (0:46, 0:53)

Coroner Milt tells Ross, “You’re the hotshot who won’t accept anyone else’s diagnosis.”
Ross: “I want... blood toxicology...” (0:56)

Exhuming bodies at the cemetery. (1:05)

Ross and spider expert Chris corner a spider. Ross: “I’m scared to death.”
Chris: “But our brains secrete a neurotransmitter that enables us to deal with them.”
“I don’t think I have that particular neurotransmitter.” (1:14)

Chris tells Ross, “Well spiders are cannibals...” (1:22)

Chris sees an electrocuted spider: “Therapy.” (1:34)

Molly toasts Ross, “To... caffeine, adrenalin.” (1:42)