Oliver takes a night course in organic farming at the state college while Lisa studies psychology. After just three classes, everyone in Hooterville is running to "Doctor Lisa" to analyze ... See full summary »

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Oliver takes a night course in organic farming at the state college while Lisa studies psychology. After just three classes, everyone in Hooterville is running to "Doctor Lisa" to analyze their problems and give advice. Despite all of Oliver's bellyaching about her not being a doctor, she's soon "saved the life" of Hank Kimball, Sam Drucker, Arnold the Pig, and a quacking goat with an identity problem. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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9 March 1971 (USA)  »

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Eb brings to Lisa Henry the goat who has an identity problem; he thinks he's a duck. The goat quacks. See more »

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After Lisa finishes reading her first book she sets it down on the couch to the right of her but then it's shown on the right side of the books on the table. See more »

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Eustace Charleton Haney: [trying to sell a psychologist's couch] Junk? I'll have you know this is the very couch used by that famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Frood.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: Sigmund Frood?
Eustace Charleton Haney: Or, "Siggy Baby" as Marie Antoinette used to call him. She was his first patient, ya know.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: They weren't even around at the same time!
Eustace Charleton Haney: Oh, they was very careful not to be seen together, but many's a time "Siggy" psychoed Marie on this very couch.
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References Room 222 (1969) See more »

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