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Lisa Kudrow on 'Web Therapy'

Web Therapy

Jul 23, 2013 11:00 PM

TV Network - Showtime

Lisa Kudrow stars and created and executive produces this comedy about, well, a delusional woman who helps disabuse others of their delusions.  We don't know if she knows she's delusional, but trust us, she's delusional.  Kudrow plays Fiona Wallice, this therapist who treats people on the web.  Probably a portion of the reason she does that is that this series, before airing on Showtime, was on the web (not series in the British sense, in the American one).  Over the course of the season (not necessarily tonight) you can expect to see Matt LeBlanc, Meg Ryan, Megan Mullally, Victor Garber, and Alan Cumming.

Past Events

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    Web Therapy

    Jul 10, 2012

    Kip's counseling seems to have a dramatic impact on his life, but the changes are not boding well for Fiona; Fiona's editor and Jerome are forced to do the unthinkable by rewriting her book, which excises the author's friend and backer, Austen.

  • Tv

    Web Therapy

    Jul 10, 2012

    Kip's counseling seems to have a dramatic impact on his life, but the changes are not boding well for Fiona; Fiona's editor and Jerome are forced to do the unthinkable by rewriting her book, which excises the author's friend and backer, Austen.

  • Tv

    Web Therapy

    Jul 09, 2012

    Kip's counseling seems to have a dramatic impact on his life, but the changes are not boding well for Fiona; Fiona's editor and Jerome are forced to do the unthinkable by rewriting her book, which excises the author's friend and backer, Austen.

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    Web Therapy

    Jul 02, 2012

    TV Network - Showtime

    On this series Lisa Kudrow plays a therapist named Fiona Wallice.  Wallice is the sort of genius who has transformed the traditional 50 minute hour of therapy into three minute webcam sessions.  What sort of brilliance is that?  Now, we can't say that we recall whether she gets paid for the full hour, but it doesn't really matter, does it?  Think about how many people she can fit in (if she chose) into a an hour.  Even giving her one minute off between sessions, she could squeeze in 15 folks.  At the bargain price of $50 a session (plus copay), that's a lot of money.  Watch as she helps people tonight (and lives her own life too).

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