Michael and David have been seeing each other, professionally, twice a week for 15 years. They're making progress. Dr. David Storper is a psychiatrist specializing in cognitive behavioral ... See full summary »

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 Dr. David Storper (18 episodes, 2011-2017)
Matt Watts ...
 Michael Dyer (18 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Claire Webb (17 episodes, 2011-2017)
Pablo Silveira ...
 Carlos Crasta (12 episodes, 2011)
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 Sammy Dunbar (12 episodes, 2011)
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Michael and David have been seeing each other, professionally, twice a week for 15 years. They're making progress. Dr. David Storper is a psychiatrist specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy. Translation: David and Michael venture out of the office to engage in real-life exercises designed to conquer specific fears. Michael is David's most challenging patient. He is wracked by a litany of anxieties centered round the most mundane things - cats, buses, strangers, bridges, girls. He's 30. No one knows Michael better than David. Like most patients, Michael knows nothing about David. The doctor is a workaholic and, arguably, his controlling nature and secret drinking contributed to the break-up of his marriage. But he's working on these things. Michael believes David is his key to happiness. David believes Michael is his key to a lucrative book deal. They live in Ottawa, a city rife with misunderstandings. Without his knowing, Michael (renamed 'Miguel') has become the central figure ... Written by Anonymous

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14 September 2011 (Canada)  »

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Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays  »

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CAD 1,300,000 (estimated)
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If you're not depressed before watching this, you will be afterwards
18 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Depression is not funny. Shows about depression are even less funny.

Some people must get some kind of sick, vicarious thrill out of watching somebody's life go down the toilet. I'm not one of them. This turkey has apparently managed to run for 2 seasons (where?). I was ready to pull the plug after 15 minutes, but I didn't -- because I foolishly thought that it must have some redeeming value since it did last for 2 seasons.

I was wrong.

And if the depressing story isn't bad enough to make you want to shoot yourself, it presents us with a cast of cartoon-like stereotypical characters to fill out the other roles.

Don't watch this -- you deserve better.


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