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Sean and Christian begin group psychotherapy in an attempt to resolve their escalating problems, with both revealing long-held secrets and their true perspectives on one another. Liz joins in with therapy too, revealing her own opinions on the Sean/Christian relationship, as well as a secret she has been keeping from Christian. Meanwhile, Matt announces his plans for his own future and introduces Sean and Christian to his fiancée Ramona. Written by matt-282

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The only good episode this season (...so far)
23 December 2010 | by (El Salvador) – See all my reviews

I'm missing the last 3 episodes of the show but so far this has been for me the only one worth my attention. It was great, it focused on their feelings and thoughts and they even revisited some past actions. I liked that. It was -in some way- similar to the Julia McNamara episode (the best of season 2) because you were intrigued throughout the whole episode and you felt compelled to watch more. So far this season has been more of the same, over and over, the same plot, the same things not fixed but revisited as if they are about to be dealed with, but no...and I'm wondering if Christian is going to think again about his children, how she killed Gina on that rooftop or if Matt finally is going to vanish forever and for always (what an annoying character who hasn't paid yet his hit-and-run).


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