When Dee gets asked by her therapist to bring in her so called 'issues,' Dee brings in the whole gang. And since they have all been called in, they have their own one on one therapy sessions, while many issues arise.

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When Dee gets asked by her therapist to bring in her so called 'issues,' Dee brings in the whole gang. And since they have all been called in, they have their own one on one therapy sessions, while many issues arise.

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Kerri Kenney-Silver (the psychiatrist) co-created, co-wrote and co-starred in the equally funny Comedy Central show, "Reno 911" ('03-'09). Episode 7 of Season 2 entitled "Not Without My Mustache" aired on July 21, 2004 & featured a short skit with two main non-cast members who met that day and later married in 2006. Their real names were Charlie Day (Charlie Kelly) & Mary Elizabeth Ellis (the waitress). The skit was called "Trailer Trash". https://www.google.com/search?q=charlie+day+reno+911&oq=charlie+day+reno+911&aqs=chrome..69i57.11759j0j4&client=tablet-android-att-us&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8 See more »

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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia The Gang Gets Analyzed
8 November 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Dee goes to visit her therapist again and talks about the problems she had with her friends at a dinner. The fight is over dishes and everyone comes into the room to talk about the problem. The therapist then takes on everyone single to talk about the incident. First is Mac who goes through a range of emotions before he can even talk. Mac then tells her of how his weight went from big to small in a stretch of long time. When the therapist gets to close with Mac Dennis tells him time is up. Next is Charlie who seems the most insane of the whole group. While talking to Chalie she struggles to get through to him as he try's to mirror her words and say some strange things. He pulls out a dead pigeon from his jacket and puts it on the table. Frankie is third and starts spitting out food because he does not like therapists. Franke tells her he opened up to a therapist once and about some of his past. He starts to cry when talking about his terrible past. Frank starts to break down but then it's Dennis's turn. Dennis thinks he is working with her but he is the one being analyzed. Dennis starts to talk about Mac while making fun of the therapist. Dennis ends up making a weird picture of the therapist which leads to Dee's therapy session. Dee was lying in her sessions and try's to act it to make sure she turned down the notebook. She leads by wanting to be told she is a good actress. In the waiting room everyone has been weirdly effected by the sessions even fighting each other. More information comes out and she has to tell them that what they want to hear. They just want to hear about the dishes so she tells them Dee is to do the dishes.

EPISODE GRADE: A- (MVP: Cailing Olsen)


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