Perception (2012–2015)
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Nemesis 

Kate wants to impress a new boss and asks Dan to evaluate a young man who's been accused of stalking a federal judge. The judge earlier remanded the young man for treatment as a ... See full summary »

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(created by) (as Ken Biller), (created by) (as Mike Sussman) | 2 more credits »
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Kate wants to impress a new boss and asks Dan to evaluate a young man who's been accused of stalking a federal judge. The judge earlier remanded the young man for treatment as a schizophrenic. When Daniel evaluates the kid as harmless only to have the judge stabbed to death hours later, Kate is told to leave the case alone but Daniel is convinced that the kid is not responsible. Written by Havan IronOak

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Criminally Irresponsible
28 August 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The entire premise of this show is that untreated mental illness leads to genius! That is a criminally irresponsible approach! I have an adopted daughter who struggle with mental illness. Without treatment she would likely have either killed herself or someone else.

Columbine, University of West Virginia, the shooter in the theater in Colorado... all examples of untreated mental illness. TNT thinks this is a good idea? Forget freedom of speech, this is crying "Fire" in a crowded theater and should be stopped. How many people will suffer because of TNT's greed and lack of understanding of mental illness? Just because a show is entertaining, doesn't make it right. Mental health professionals across the country need to stand up and protest this show!


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