Memorial service for Doris and Todd's mother. (0:-00)
Todd's wife Cynthia answers Doris, "The hoarding." (0:02)
Roz talks to Doris about Roz's deceased husband. (0:19)
Cynthia tells Doris, "You live in that house like a crazy person."
Doris: "Maybe you're the crazy person, and I'm the normal one." (0:32)
Session with Edwards (0:40)
Her friend and coworker John tells Doris, "I get nervous that I'm boring sometimes." (0:41)
Session with Edwards (0:44)
Doris tells John, "You've been kind of distracted."
John: "It's just been a really crazy week." (0:47)
Brooklyn tells Doris, "My parents just named me that because they love Woody Allen."
"It's my first time performing in front of an audience, so I'm super nervous." (0:50)
Dr. Edwards visits Doris' house with Cynthia and Todd. She helps Doris decide what to keep, donate or discard.
Cynthia, referring to Doris: "She's lost her mind." (0:55)
John tells Doris, referring to Brooklyn's jeans, "I was so depressed I put them on." (1:02)
Vivian tells Roz and the others, "So, they say Miss. Sheehan tripped and fell, but everyone knows she's got a drinking problem..." (1:09)
Nasir tells the others, "You say the phrase, 'Never have I ever...' and then something crazy..."
"Say, 'Never have I ever,' and then something crazy."
Coworker Sally: "Never have I ever had sex with my psychiatrist in high school."
John's friend Fiona: "I was a cutter." (1:09)
Roz tells Doris, "At least you didn't lose an ear, you know, like that painter..."
Doris: "Vincent van Gogh?" (1:18)
Dr. Edwards returns to help Doris choose which belongings to remove. (1:20)
John tells Doris, "Maybe this sounds crazy..." (1:25)