In Furiously Happy, #1 New York Times bestselling author Jenny Lawson explores her lifelong battle with mental illness. A hysterical, ridiculous book about crippling depression and anxiety? That sounds like a terrible idea. But terrible ideas are what Jenny does best. As Jenny says: "Some people might think that being 'furiously happy' is just an excuse to be stupid and irresponsible and invite a herd of kangaroos over to your house without telling your husband first because you suspect he would say no since he's never particularly liked kangaroos ... [more inside]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Therapist Season 6, Ep 11
Charles gets Jake involved in a case where a therapist reports one of his patients missing; Holt wants to meet Rosa's new girlfriend; Amy thinks she mistakenly received a package for Terry. [more inside]
ShortsTV presents a theatrical release of the five Oscar nominees for Best Short Film, Animated, plus two "highly commended" animated shorts. [more inside]
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: I Need A Break Season 4, Ep 12
When Rebecca and Greg take a day trip, things don't go quite as planned. Meanwhile, Paula has an incredibly stressful week.
WIth no audience and thus a silent theater, stand-up comedian and former Weekend Update writer Drew Michael offers a highbred of comedy and performance art in this engaging and self-indulgent experimental monologue. Topics include disability, herpes, self-reflection, and relationships.
Therapy for the strange and unusual. [more inside]
After being beaten into a brain-damaging coma by five men outside of a bar, Mark Hogancamp came back to the world traumatized and unable to remember much of his own past. To help process what happened to him, Hogancamp built “Marwencol”: a 1⁄6th scale World War II-era Belgian town populated by dolls representing himself, his friends, and family, and began creating photo-essays about the town. This documentary explores the attack, Hogancamp’s life and work, and his eventual discovery by the art world.
Shrink: Season 1 Season 1, Ep 0
Like most med school grads, David Tracey expected to roll straight into a residency, earn his license to practice medicine and begin paying off his massive student loans. But when his hospital position falls through, David devises a scheme to start offering free psychotherapy - out of his parents' garage. Now, all he needs to do is clock the 1,920 clinical hours required and he'll get his life back on track. But when a ragtag stream of oddball clients begins coming to him for help, he starts to realize something about himself. He may have just found a new career that makes him feel right at home. [more inside]
Supernatural: The Big Empty Season 13, Ep 4
When multiple people are killed by dead loved ones, Dean, Sam and Jack investigate the mystery surrounding the murders and, each inadvertently, are forced to deal with unresolved grief of their own. [more inside]
Gypsy: The Rabbit Hole Season 1, Ep 1
Growing restless with married suburban life, New York therapist Jean Holloway develops a furtive fascination with a patients ex-girlfriend.
Mr. Robot: Eps3.1undo.gz Season 3, Ep 2
Elliot becomes encouraged trying to undo five/nine; Darlene gets stuck between a rock and a hard place; Mr. Robot sparks a panic. [more inside]
Rick and Morty: Pickle Rick Season 3, Ep 3
Rick turns himself into a pickle in one of his crazy experiments. The Smith family attends therapy. [more inside]
Steven Universe: Monster Reunion Season 3, Ep 14
Steven uses his healing powers to help out Centipeedle.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Goes to Her Happy Place! Season 2, Ep 10
Kimmy begins therapy with Andrea. Titus helps Mikey come out to his family.
Maron: Therapy Season 2, Ep 3
Marc goes to couples therapy with his girlfriend, hilariousness ensues.