Erica is still trying to find out more about Kai, either directly from him or from Dr. Tom. Kai doesn't want to talk about therapy, but is glad to talk to Erica about other things, which ... See full summary »

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Erica is still trying to find out more about Kai, either directly from him or from Dr. Tom. Kai doesn't want to talk about therapy, but is glad to talk to Erica about other things, which she may need. She can't seem to talk to best friend Judith anymore as Judith is always caught up with baby stuff. This dynamic between herself and Judith brings up a previous issue between them when they were in university. Erica signed them up as Frosh leaders, something that Judith didn't really want to do. But Erica reneged on that commitment, leaving Judith to do it on her own. Ever since then, Erica has felt that Judith is the adult and Erica the child in their relationship. When Dr. Tom sends her back, he also sends one other thing with her: Judith's son, Max. Erica doesn't know how she can be there for Judith during Frosh Week when she has Max to babysit. But perhaps helping Judith during Frosh Week is not her ultimate goal. Both Erica and Judith learn that friendship is a two-way street. ... Written by Huggo

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Mama Mia (#2.3)
16 August 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I like to see episodes about Erica and Judith. Problems in friendship is something we all face and it is nice to see them realizing what it was and overcoming it. They are a good example that one doesn't necessarily has to "divorce" our friends once they have kids. It is especially great how Erica didn't even realize that back in school she spend more time with her feminist friends than with Judith. And it was also great that she ended up back in the past with the baby to understand her friend more.

The story about her sister and Josh seems a bit predictable, but at the same time I wonder if it will also result in a divorce.

And I don't get what Erica wants from Kai, this therapy doesn't seem like something I would really have to talk about. It is not a traumatic experience of some sort


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