Ms. Calcium: "Yeah, why do drugs for Gkar-Londo Syndrome cost so much?"
Dr. Grumpy: "I don't know... honestly, that disorder isn't even in my field. I assume it's because of the costs involved in research for a relatively uncommon disease, and bringing a drug to market, and..."
Ms. Calcium: "IT'S AN OUTRAGE! People need these drugs!"
Dr. Grumpy: "I'm sorry."
Ms. Calcium: "Sorry? Why aren't you doing anything about it?"
Dr. Grumpy: "Ma'am, I don't know anything about the disease, or its treatments, and I really have no say in what drug companies charge. I can't change..."
Ms. Calcium: "That's not good enough. You should be doing something."
Dr. Grumpy: "Such as...?"
Ms. Calcium: "I don't know. Writing letters to a TV station or congressman or hospital. Hand out pamphlets at the airport. You know, something like that."