Laura announces her engagement to Andrew. Dr. Weston awkwardly attempts to discuss her decision increasing the level of tension between them.



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Laura announces her engagement to Andrew. Dr. Weston awkwardly attempts to discuss her decision increasing the level of tension between them.

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4 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Laura says yes
5 October 2010 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Dr. Weston is seen trying to unclog the patient's bathroom, to no avail. Kate, his wife, is called to the office to see if she can get someone to work on the problem. Since his next session is about to start, Paul begs off and Kate leaves the room.

Laura comes in with a different attitude. She wants to tell Dr. Weston she has said yes to her boyfriend's proposal of marriage. She also recounts a visit they paid to another couple's home. The hostess was in the process of breast feeding the baby. Her enormous brownish nipple made an impression in Laura.

Dr. Weston questions Laura's motives for agreeing to wed the man she's been seeing. Her reasoning does not quite convince the therapist. He equates her reaction to a person that is scuba diving and suddenly tries to get to the surface quickly, something that can damage the diver's lungs because of the change in pressure.

Laura confesses her fixation with Dr. Weston. She also recounts the time when her mother died and she went to live with a couple, friend of the family. She wanted to be adopted, but it just could not be done. At the end of the session Laura wants to use the bathroom, and Paul tells her about being out of service. She would like to use the other one inside the house, but he feels uncomfortable about her doing so.

Another interesting installment in the series. This episode is credited to Amy Lippman, and the direction is by Rodrigo Garcia. Melissa George shines as Laura. Gabriel Byrne is the epitome of the cool and collected therapist. Michelle Forbes shows up briefly as Kate Weston.

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