Let's learn from the pain.
After three seasons on HBO.
Plus: New screenplays from the writers of 'Brokeback Mountain.'
"I always say, I am a really bad actor ... "
After his one actual appointment, "I said 'No, this kind of talking I can do for myself.' I never felt the need to go back."
Romantic and agitating in turns, the HBO drama has, in its stealthy way, become one of the most experimental series on television.
Plus: Neal McDonough to play "Dum Dum" in 'Captain America.'
Plus: 'In Treatment' returns! Angie Harmon returns! 'Top Chef' returns (in a way)!
The gang's all here! Although not doing so hot.
Paul has one week to accept that he can’t save his patients and to see that he really is helping them.
What's up with Mia and April?
Father issues arise as Oliver tests Luke — and much, much more!
It’s Mia we’re worried about right now.
Paul gets Oliver to eat a sandwich; all-or-nothing Oliver asks for another.
Two female clients cross Paul’s boundaries in last night’s high-tension episodes.
Family, traditional and otherwise.
This is going to end badly; we can hardly wait.
He’s been trying to live up to his talented, but dead, brother.
The kid accidentally leaves his turtle behind.
Add trust issues to her tally!
She wasn’t in love with Paul (much); she just thinks it’s his fault that she’s 43, childless, and unmarried.
Paul has just run into Gina’s client Tammy, his childhood neighbor and first love.
John Mahoney pulls a Tony.
The boy’s food issues put a slight spin on this clichéd tale.