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Meet Therapist Dr Elizabeth Goode. She's Brash, unconventional, judgmental, but undeniably thriving as the "it" therapist to Hollywood's maladjusted elite. On a daily basis Dr Goode dishes her own unique methodology to a waiting room filled with a who's who from the world of entertainment, sports and music. Written by
I just discovered this on Netflix and can't get over how gifted Alexandra Wentworth is as both the writer and lead actor of this hilarious show.
Funny & snappy dialogue paired with all kinds of visual hilarity, makes for a super amusing look into the "therapy" sessions of Hollywood celebs. The guest stars are all deadpan funny & the regular characters each shine in their own nutty ways. Their office interactions are as brilliant as the ones Dr. Goode has with her famous clients & hapless fiancé.
Pay attention to the "art" behind Lola's desk in all its incarnations, including in the opening credits! And don't miss the little hand-written notations in the illustrated opening credits. More Wentworth genius! Warning: The show is *not* for everyone. If you're easily offended by sexually explicit references OR four-letter words, this show is not for you, otherwise, get ready for a wacky ride.
Funny funny woman! ~NN PS: The funniest episode for me was the one with Joel Madden! Brilliant writing *and* acting from start to finish!)
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