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S01.04: An Occurrence at Randall Kirby's Sink

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Henderson and Kirby crash a function in Duntsch’s honor; Duntsch sets up his practice in Texas.

 

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I hadn't even planned on watching this show because I thought it would make me too anxious, but not only did I get sucked into binging the first 3 episodes, I've now subscribed to yet another streaming service so I could see the rest.

Anyway, the directing in this episode (by Jennifer Morrison!) seemed much flashier than in the previous 3. It didn't all work for me, but I did like the ending with the time lapse of the Duntsch file getting gradually buried at the DA's office cutting to a flashback of Duntsch leaving for his first day at Baylor-Plano.

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On 7/25/2021 at 8:37 AM, krankydoodle said:

I've now subscribed to yet another streaming service so I could see the rest.

Anyway, the directing in this episode (by Jennifer Morrison!) seemed much flashier than in the previous 3. It didn't all work for me, but I did like the ending with the time lapse of the Duntsch file getting gradually buried at the DA's office cutting to a flashback of Duntsch leaving for his first day at Baylor-Plano.

Oh yes, I subscribed too!  I was going to write the same thing that this episode definitely had a different feel to it.  Between the surreal function for Duntsch to the Dallas style opening credits for the move into the new clinic.  

We know the new PA ends up being beloved by patients but she is a bit of a firecracker as presented here!  

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On 7/26/2021 at 9:49 AM, Kiki620 said:

We know the new PA ends up being beloved by patients but she is a bit of a firecracker as presented here!  

Isn't she Meryl Streep's daughter?

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10 minutes ago, preeya said:

Isn't she Meryl Streep's daughter?

Yes

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On 7/26/2021 at 1:49 PM, Kiki620 said:

I was going to write the same thing that this episode definitely had a different feel to it.  Between the surreal function for Duntsch to the Dallas style opening credits for the move into the new clinic.  

Yes it felt a bit jarringly different, especially the Dr. Death montage in the middle followed by the pseudo-French segment introducing Kim. But I too liked the bit with the neglected file. It was very effective. 

At this point, even though I've listened to the whole podcast and know the general sequence of events, they're jumping back and forth in time so much that I'm having trouble keeping places and cases straight in my mind. 

I did enjoy seeing Samir from Office Space in the fantasy sequence. 

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