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The TV Psych Lesson

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The TV Psych Lesson

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The TV Psych Lesson

The TV Psych Lesson

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It's hard to remember a time when TV has been so deeply steeped in the intricacies of psychotherapy. Critic Andrew Wallenstein takes a look at the accuracy of TV's take on psychoanalysis.

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