Ben tells his son Michael, "Please don't analyze me. I can't be analyzed by somebody who..." (0:08)
Gangster bodyguard Jelly asks Ben, "You a doctor?"
Ben: "A psychiatrist."
Jelly: "Oh, a shrink. I talked to a shrink one time." (0:10)
Mob boss Paul has a panic attack. (0:13)
Paul: "I need... a psychiatrist."
Jelly: "What do you need a shrink for anyway?"
Paul: "Talking to a shrink could be taken the wrong way." (0:15)
Paul interrupts Ben's psychotherapy session with a male patient. (0:16)
Paul tells Ben, "This friend... see a shrink."
Ben: "Tell me why you think you need therapy."
Paul: "I don't need therapy.."
Paul describes panic attack.
Ben: "Panic attacks... medication could help... some form of therapy... " (0:18)
Paul tells Ben, "I couldn't get it up last night." (0:28)
Ben tells Paul, "When I got into family therapy this wasn't the kind of family I had in mind. (0:30)
Been asks Paul, "Have you been under a lot of stress lately?" He continues, "Stress is a very powerful force."
Paul: "You are my shrink." (0:31)
Paul tells Ben, "I didn't have an actual panic attack but I started panicking thinking I might get an attack."
Ben: "What were you thinking about when you started to get anxious?"
They continue discussing the death of Paul's father. (0:37)
FBI agents introduce themselve as from "OCD."
Ben: "Obsessive compulsive disorder?" (0:51)
Ben tells FBI agents, "I'm a psychotherapist." He explains the fountain is a "gift to celebrate the completion of therapy." (0:52)
A gangster tells Paul, "The word is out that you're talking to a shrink..."
Gangster: "If you're looking to establish an insanity plea for later on, that's okay... Get rid of the shrink." (0:53)
Ben tells Paul why gifts can be a problem: "It's a boundary issue." (0:56)
At a funeral service Paul tells Ben, "You may need therapy yourself." (0:57)
Ben tells Paul, "Freud believed..."
Paul: "Hey. F**k Freud."
Ben tells Paul about his father, "He's a psychiatrist." (0:58)
Paul asks Ben, "Don't you want to analyze me no more?" (1:00)
Ben listens to FBI recording: "Get rid of the shrink."
Paul and Ben discuss Paul's father's death. (1:01)
Paul and Ben discuss Paul's father's death.
Ben: "You blame yourself."
Paul: "I let him die."
Paul: "I was real conflicted about it." (1:11)
Ben conducts a psychotherapy session with a man and woman. He tells Elaine, "Smoke some joints." (1:16)
Paul cries while watching a television commercial portraying a father and son. (1:18)
Ben assures Jelly, "I'm a psychiatrist. Believe me, I can be vague." (1:22)
Ben tells Paul, "We say you have a corrective emotional experience." (1:37)
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