Head Case 3 Seasons 2007
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1. Goode Morning Celebrities in LA tend to live fast and hard in a rock-n-roll roller coaster lifestyle that has some rough ups and downs. And as a result, these celebrities need help to deal with some of their personal issues--help from a sympathetic and understanding and professional person. Dr. Elizabeth Goode is not that person.
2. Celebrity Embassadress Actress Ione Skye analyzes her sexuality and dreams with the help of celebrity therapist Dr. Goode. And what's up with the doc's promiscuous sister?
3. Dick in Review "Therapist to the stars" Dr. Goode uses her unorthodox style to get a nervous Andy Dick ready for a big audition, and helps singer Shelby Lynne with a case of pre-show jitters.
4. Tom Sizemore and Traci Lords Dr. Goode tries her best not to get psyched out by a sketchy Tom Sizemore, while things heat up between Traci Lords and Dr. Finkelstein.
5. Ralph Macchio and Liz Phair Dr. Goode brings out the inner child of former 'Karate Kid' star Ralph Macchio.
6. Only the Lonely Dr. Goode explores dates from the online dating service only to take her frustrations out in session with Jennifer Finnegan and Jonathan Silverman. Tom Sizemore comes back for more "physical" therapy.
7. Ladies' Night Dr. Goode invites Lola, Dr. Goode's assistant, out on the town after getting worked up in her session with Rick Fox. Sean Hayes luckily finds himself at the same watering hole as Dr. Goode for a bit of free help as Lola's curiosity gets the best of her.
8. Its All Good(e) Dr. Finkelstein's commercial and yellow page ad pays off in multiple ways. Dr. Goode meets a keeper from the dating service. Willie Garson finds himself alone?again.
9. Pair of Hearts Dr. Goode's boyfriend Jeremy Berger shows his feelings?Fred Willard is a tad confused and Willie Garson turns waiting for his session into a money making venture.
10. Baked Goodes Dr. Goode's boyfriend works overtime, as Ralph Macchio gets fixed and Alanis Morissette turns her session around to help the Goode doctor.
|Starring||Ralph Macchio, Liz Phair|
|Supporting actors||Steve Landesberg, Dana Ashbrook, Bryan Farhy, Ralph Macchio, Liz Phair, Phil Reeves|
|Executive Producer||Robert Bauer|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
The picture of Freud on the wall of a shrink's office looks like a cartoon, but not as funny as pictures in a Ralph Steadman book about Freud.
It says that this is available on instant video.This is NOT on Instant video.
This is just a blatant lie to the people.
A great series, but know that Season 0 is comprised of 12-15 minute "mini" episodes, each of which will cost you $1. Read morePublished 23 months ago by SHC
This show is great if you love off the wall humor, like Arrested Development. If you ever saw Dr. Katz, it is similar only in format (therapist talking to "celebrities. Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by Raudi
Very clever and entertaining series. This DVD contains both the first official season and what is sometimes called season 0. I was very pleased to find it on the second disc. Read morePublished on June 9, 2011 by Steven D. Bryan
I got watching this show because I am a fan of Barney Miller. If you remember, Steve Landesberg replaced Fish (Abe Vergota), and I never could understand these many years later why... Read morePublished on February 16, 2011 by Ben Monaghan
Freud smoked cigars. On this show, when a doctor asked himself: Did Freud smoke? he must have been thinking of a bong or something. Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by Bruce P. Barten
Flawless acting, writing, improv. A. Wentworth is pitch perfect brilliant. Actually, every character shines ... and every celeb cameo, too. Read morePublished on July 28, 2010 by A. Pereira
This caught me by surprised because I didn't think that I was gonna like it. But after the first episode...I had many a chuckles and rolling on the floor. Read morePublished on February 13, 2010 by Dr. BT
When I initially learned about "Head Case", I was 99% sure I'd connect with it. I thought it sounded similar to the show "Extras" -- after all, they both feature offbeat... Read morePublished on November 18, 2009 by Molly P.