Being Erica: Season 2, Episode 7

The Unkindest Cut (3 Nov. 2009)

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Barb has just started dating a new man named Norm, for which Erica is happy. Erica volunteers to pass the news along to her father, who seems less than thrilled despite stating otherwise. ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Judith Winter (credit only)
Brent Kennedy (credit only)
John Boylan ...
Kathleen Laskey ...
Samantha MacIntosh (credit only)
Josh MacIntosh (credit only)
Jenny Zalen (credit only)


Barb has just started dating a new man named Norm, for which Erica is happy. Erica volunteers to pass the news along to her father, who seems less than thrilled despite stating otherwise. Erica talks Barb into introducing Norm to the family at an upcoming family bris, at which Gary is to act as the mohel and a reluctant Erica the sandak, a role to which she agrees if only to feel more connected to Gary at this pivotal time. Meanwhile, with Dr. Tom's knowledge, Erica is called into Dr. Fred's office to discuss a roadblock that Kai is facing in his therapy. What little Erica has been able to glean directly from Kai is that he is unhappy with his therapy. Kai, however, knows nothing about this intervention with Erica. Erica is unsure if she should get involved, but decides at least to hear Dr. Fred out and hopefully to understand Kai better. Unexpectedly, Dr. Fred sends Erica to 2019 to what she thinks is Kai's future as a famous rock singer, a future if he discontinues therapy. This ... Written by Huggo

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The Unkindest Cut (#2.7)
22 August 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Erica still annoys me. Her know it all attitude really sucks.

But I still liked this episode. I love the new twist they put in about Kai. How he is actually stuck in his past and refuses to go into his reality. This was such an obvious idea for a show about a therapy where people deal with their past in order to improve their future and yet I didn't expect it at all. We even got some future jokes with Erica not knowing how to deal with the new recorder.

I really like to find out more about Kai, he is really a good character with an interesting storyline.

And it is also great to see Erica's relationship with her dad improving. I just don't see her as someone who wants to help everyone as this episode suggests but more as someone who thinks she knows it all and has a right to stick her nose into other people's lives and tell them what to do.

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