Huff (2004–2006)
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A Cornfield Grows in L.A. 

Huff and Beth have an argument at their therapist's, leading Huff to undergo an experimental therapy procedure. A friend of Beth's comes to town, Byrd and Izzy have a conversation, and Russell does some good.

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Huff and Beth have an argument at their therapist's, leading Huff to undergo an experimental therapy procedure. A friend of Beth's comes to town, Byrd and Izzy have a conversation, and Russell does some good.

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Dr. Craig 'Huff' Huffstodt: You know when you're so excited by someone that you just... your heart gets really slow and your breath gets really still, it's like you can't breathe? It was like that... restless and calm at the same time. That has completely passed away, it's just gone. It feels like death.I don't know... have I created that?
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Best episode so far
15 May 2006 | by (L A.) – See all my reviews

Although I've already reviewed this superb series, I feel compelled to comment on this episode in particular, which I believe is the best one they've given us so far. The interwoven subplots were stunningly written and executed ~ deeply rich material, perfectly and seamlessly edited for the most powerful effect possible. My favorite scenes involved the Ecstasy therapy session between Huff and Anjelica Huston's character, Dr. Lena Markova. Those scenes were simply amazing, in every possible way. Hank and Anjelica should be both be nominated on the basis of their work in this episode, if there is any justice in the TV world at all.

When the show was over, last night, I stayed and watched it over again (since Showtime runs it twice in succession on Sunday night), it was THAT GOOD.


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