In "Headshrinker," a woman gives her pyschiatrist a piece of her mind but not in the way he was expecting.
As the episode opens, Mrs. Ruth Ellender arrives at her doctor's office. She is his last appointment of the day.
Ruth lies down on the couch and tells the doctor that she is going to kill him before her hour is over. She doesn't believe he has been doing any real work while she has been coming to see him. She has opened up her soul, but he has done nothing for her. His psycho-analysis is useless.
Her doctor listens and tries to keep her rational. He tells her that each patient requires their own treatment, but if she is dissastisfied, she is free to end their association.
Ruth tells him that is impossible because she loves him...but just how many of his other patients have felt the same way?
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