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Head Case 3 Seasons

Season 2
4.3 out of 5 stars (12) IMDb 7.6/10

L.A. 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.

Starring:
Alexandra Wentworth, Steve Landesberg

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Season 2

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1. The Wedding Ringer

Macy Gray envisions herself in the White House while Janeane Garofalo, Tori Spelling, and Dean McDermott find Dr. Goode in a pre-nuptial bliss.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: March 20, 2009
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2. Talk to the List

Dr. Goode and her wedding planner butt heads over the wedding budget while her fiance is desperate to get his hands on the guest list. Patients Larry Miller and Marc Cherry air out their problems.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: March 27, 2009
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3. Tying the... Not

The wedding has arrived. Dr. Goode finally walks down the aisle, but toward what? Tate Donovan gets no help with his dating issues and Jeff Probst suffers from a case of mistaken identity.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: April 3, 2009
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4. Elizabeth Hughes

New husband Jeremy's bombshell sends Dr. Goode into a dark downward spiral the morning after the wedding. Lola comes to her rescue by salvaging a session at the Playboy Mansion with Hugh Hefner.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: April 10, 2009
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5. Back in the Game

Reeling from her four-hour marriage, Dr. Goode resorts to self-therapy. Ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell has an identity crisis. Myron gets into a high stakes gambling ring.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: April 17, 2009
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6. Short on Love

Dr. Goode wages war on her ex from NYC. Trying to get back into dating, she finds herself coming up a little short. While the doctor is out, Lola runs a magic "blendie" business from the LA office.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: April 24, 2009
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7. That's Produce

Self-doubt gets the better of Dr. Goode when she tries to find out what went wrong with ex flame Mario Batali. Sandra Bernhard wrestles with Judaic restrictions.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: May 1, 2009
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8. Twinkle, Twinkle...

Dr. Goode settles back in LA, where a final shot at dating goes horribly wrong with Michael McDonald. Finks gets a video visit from his ex wife, Twinkle Finklestein.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: May 8, 2009
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9. All About Steve

Dr. Goode decides to adopt after WWE star Dave Batista tells her that single motherhood is hard but noble. Finks travels back east, but gets "held up" on the way there.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 15, 2009
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10. The Big Book

In the season finale, Dr. Goode travels to NYC where she sorts through some issues with new patient Jerry Seinfeld. Back in LA, she is approached about a book deal.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 22, 2009
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Season 2 of Head Case has two DVD discs so I was expecting a few more episodes after the fourth show on disc 2. I thought the Freud Liberation Army would be much funnier, but I might know too much about Freud already. One of the best lines:

I don't like made up religions.

People have been trying to figure out how to worship for thousands of years, competing with various local customs. Head Case is not usually about religion. The significance of marriage and anxiety attacks dominate season 2. My real life has been devoid of comedy at this level, so I was vulnerable to becoming a fan that laughs at things other people hardly ever read about. My attempts to put a literary life together for myself are piffle compared to the final episode of Head Case. Random House is not as interested in an author as in a subject like how celebrity has become such a dominating entertainment value for people who wonder what is going on. I did not know the actors in most of the shows, but the shrink who falls asleep and the therapist passing out after drinking resonate with what my brain does so frequently that I must have struggled to stay awake to see this season.

My DVD of Head Case Season 1 has another fan in Saint Paul so I found out (from her) more about some of the people involved. I can understand why Andy Dick is almost a regular character playing himself. I like to make comparisons with rock and roll. I can't think of a single hit song about a psychotic shrink.
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Love this when it was on show time, I have season 1 and 2. This was just crazy funny stuff. Glad I was able to find this on Amazon for real cheap. When this crazy world gets you down, this crazy TV series will make you laugh at all the crazy :)
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This is a very funny series. I can't believe they didn't continue it although it did seem that they had exhausted themes for continuing for a new season. It holds up for view our absurdities and overwhelming need for love and contact regardless of what's obviously not good for us. One of my favorites.
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We stumbled upon this show and it's crazy funny! I wish there were more episodes. You need to know that everything is improvised on Head Case and there are some wacky performances by the guest stars but Dr. Goode is the absolute best.
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By R. on April 26, 2016
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I discovered this cable t.v. show through a DVD streaming service from the public library. The first season was probably the best. I bought the second season expecting the same funny storylines, but this episodes were more raunchy than funny.
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Season one is the stronger of the two seasons on DVD. Maybe it's the guest stars, the fresh ideas, storylines, etc. I personally found myself wanting to see more of Dr. Myron Finkelstein (Fred Landedberg) I think he was really underused. Overall the show is entertaining but it's best to watch one episode at a time (small doses) and the improv is only as good as the subject and actors, it's no Curb. IMDB has it listed as three seasons but the DVD Complete set is two seasons. I think this show had some webisodes too bad they aren't included on the DVD. I would suggest viewing some clips on the web, Netflix it, or rent first. If you find yourself laughing at the dialogue it's probably worth adding to your collection. Get the full set though unless you already own season one.
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