Meet Therapist Dr Elizabeth Goode. She's Brash, unconventional, judgmental, but undeniably thriving as the "it" therapist to Hollywood's maladjusted elite. On a daily basis Dr Goode dishes ...
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Life is really tough for Julie and Billy, two 30-something aspiring comics living and working in New York City. While their friends and acquaintances move on to find success and love, they ... See full summary »
Single mother Mary Harris is an ER doctor by day, but by night she and her partner, a former plastic surgeon, moonlight as underground angels of death who help terminally ill patients slip away on their own terms.
Insanity, absurdity and urgency reign, and it's up to head talent booker Staci (Ali Wentworth) to wrangle both her dysfunctional staff and the myriad of stars who bring their quirks, diva demands and peculiar antics to the set.
Meet Therapist Dr Elizabeth Goode. She's Brash, unconventional, judgmental, but undeniably thriving as the "it" therapist to Hollywood's maladjusted elite. On a daily basis Dr Goode dishes her own unique methodology to a waiting room filled with a who's who from the world of entertainment, sports and music.Written by
This is a fast pace series that is about a psychologist to the stars, though she is completely unaware. Examples include not realizing that her clients that are former childhood stars are now adults. She lives at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. She gossips about her clients with just about anyone. The psychiatrist who shares an office with her doesn't have any patients and tries to steal hers.
The show is fast paced to fit into the 15 minute format. If they expand to 30 minutes (hope hope hope), I hope they keep the blistering fast pace.
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