Doctor Wilbur pours ether on a mask over his face and falls asleep. (0:06)
Wilbur tells orphan Homer, "I'm not crazy about the 'little.'" (0:08)
Orphan Buster tells Homer, "He sniffs that ether."
Homer: "Doctors smell like ether."
Buster: "You don't smell like ether."
Wilbur tells Homer, "There's something about the premature babies of alcoholic mothers." (0:09)
Wilbur tells orphan Fuzzy, referring to Wilbur's father, "Alcohol killed him. He drank himself to death." (0:19)
Wilbur falls asleep with ether.
Nurse Angela: "It's just the ether, Wilbur." (0:20)
Wilbur anesthetizes a girl with ether. (0:23)
Airman Wally tells Homer, "I think it was the ether."
Homer: "No strain. No stress." (0:28)
Wilbur uses ether. (0:39)
Wilbur asks the nurses, "You don't find it depressing that Homer Wells is picking apples?" (0:59)
Wilbur cries, grieving the death of Fuzzy. (1:11)
Her father, apple picker Arthur, drips ether on picker Rose's mask. (1:39)
Picker Peaches tells Homer, referring to the orchard owners' rules: "They must think we're crazy." (1:43)
Arthur tells Homer, "That's 'cause I take my knife and stick it in the wound. I stick my own knife in there... My daughter run off. I was so sad about that, I stabbed myself. I was so unhappy that she left that I killed my own self... I was so unhappy that my daughter run off that I killed my own self."
Picker Muddy: "You lost your ownly daughter so's you killed yourself, that's what we say." (1:47)
Wilbur pours ether on his mask and wedges it against his face, then breaks the bottle.
Homer reads a letter from one of the nurses: "I can assure you that the overdose was entirely accidental." Suicide? (1:52)
Burial of Wilbur, his newly carved gravestone propped in the foreground. (1:55)