Set within the highly charged confines of individual psychotherapy sessions and centering around Dr. Paul Weston, a psychotherapist who exhibits an insightful, reserved demeanor while treating his patients—but displays a crippling insecurity while counseled by his own therapist.
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April's health continues to be a concern for Paul, as she seems more concerned about her autistic brother's condition than her own.
The episode was rated 8.37 from 43 votes.
Paul is blindsided by a revelation regarding Sunilʼs therapy.
The episode was rated 8.30 from 50 votes.
Paul is alarmed by Sunil's unpredictable behavior at home.
The episode was rated 8.22 from 41 votes.
Paul is told some news by April which prompts him to ask her about her anger issues.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 43 votes.
Sunil is unnerved by parallels between Arun and Julia's marriage and a romance from his youth.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 48 votes.
A retired math professor from Bengal, Sunil, accompanied by his son Arun and daughter-in-law Julia, reluctantly visit Paul to discuss the death of Sunil's wife six months earlier, his subsequent displacement to the U.S., and the recent tensions he's experienced while living with his son's family.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 47 votes.
Gina and Paul clash when it's suggested that she's not personally invested in her patients.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 37 votes.
Paul decides that from what he's learnt of Walter, he is more harmful to himself than others.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 39 votes.
Paul fixates on a comment April uttered about a close friend of his to explore her independent streak.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 40 votes.
Sophie finally gets the fact that her father has a lot to answer for and starts to become her own woman.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 61 votes.
Mia's plan doesn't work to trap Paul so she has to re-evaluate everything.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 41 votes.
Paul tries to steer Sophie away from thinking everything is her fault and that there is often others who deserve the blame instead.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 56 votes.
When April reveals something about one of her closest friends, Paul questions her ability to rely on other people.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 43 votes.
Paul complains of headaches the morning after taking Max to a concert to see Animal Collective, and is despondent while revealing what his son found on his computer.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 42 votes.
Walter arrives late for his session, having already postponed it by two hours. Shouting into his cell phone as he enters, he drops his suitcase and hands Paul his garment bag. Noting that Walter seems to be in the midst of a crisis, Paul suggests they reschedule, but Walter insists there won't be a better time later. He finally turns off his cell phone and Blackberry and gives Paul his attention.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 40 votes.
Paul is pushed to the edge by Alex's knowledge of his personal life.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 70 votes.
Paul questions Sophie regarding her parent's breakup and the relationship she is currently pursuing with her coach.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 78 votes.
CEO Walter Barnett comes to see Paul at his wife Connie's insistence, complaining of insomnia. He is surprised that Paul doesn't know who he is, given that his company has been in the business pages a lot lately
The episode was rated 7.92 from 50 votes.
Adele tries to get Paul to talk about his lack of passion.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 40 votes.
Paul attempts to put Oliver's mind at ease, and his parents have had a hard week which they can now put behind them.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 42 votes.
Last updated: aug 18, 2022
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