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    I've heard that too, Lois Lane, and that a large majority of therapists are themselves patients.

    Its still setting very badly for me that they made the daughter vanish. I remember her now, very vaguely. No idea why she's blanked out of my mind like that.

    How come the male midwife looks so different? Did they recast him? And what was wrong with stripper girl? I did find it very funny that instead of drooling over the stripper, he was actually staring at the rash on her butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony2000;2600112;

    Its still setting very badly for me that they made the daughter vanish. I remember her now, very vaguely. No idea why she's blanked out of my mind like that.
    It annoys me when TV shows make a character dissappear like that with no explanation.But I'd rather them do it in the re-tooling process after the pilot then several episodes in. Remember Chuck Cunningham? Someday, I think a network should create a TV show based upon all of those TV characters that mysteriously disappeared.

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    Judith Winslow(Family Matters) was sent to her room and she never came back down. haunting, isnt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Lee;2600581;
    Judith Winslow(Family Matters) was sent to her room and she never came back down. haunting, isnt?
    Where she learned to be an adult Porn actress named Crave!

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    Do we know for sure they wrote the children (or was it just one?) out yet? Maybe they just haven't had the need to mention them in the story too much.

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    We don't know for sure if they have written the daughter out or not but its a huge jarring hole to have this couple going through a divorce and with all these issues and not one mention made of the daughter. Plus with the switched babies story and all the emotions in that, it would have been a perfect chance for her and Sam to reconnect and mend the fence a tiny bit. I think the writer dropped the ball on that opportunity but it is understandable because there was so much going on. Still, for me its a glaring omission.

    The comments about Judith going to her room to never return and then learning to be Crave cracked me up. HEH!

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    Maya Bennett is still listed as being in 8 episodes (per IMDB) so we may see her again.
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    Re: Private Practice

    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony2000;2600112;
    I've heard that too, Lois Lane, and that a large majority of therapists are themselves patients.
    Its still setting very badly for me that they made the daughter vanish. I remember her now, very vaguely. No idea why she's blanked out of my mind like that.

    How come the male midwife looks so different? Did they recast him? And what was wrong with stripper girl? I did find it very funny that instead of drooling over the stripper, he was actually staring at the rash on her butt.
    Actually to become a Freudian analyist you HAVE to go through analysis yourself--it's a requirement. I'm not sure how true that is for other approaches.

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    This show intrigues me, but is too much like Grey's Anatomy with the over acting and silly antics from supposed professionals (ie: the psychiatrist stalking her ex, the lovelorn pediatrician with a "thing" for strippers, McDreamy's ex who is supposed to be a world class neonatal surgeon acting like she is 14 and on uppers, and the very unprofessional squabbling between the still working together exes).

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    Re: Private Practice

    Tonight's episode was heavily laced with symbolic patients. It wasn't a top episode, but it was solid.
    I'm glad the mentioned the daughter though! I guess they were predicting our wondering where the heck she was. Though she seemed a lot older than I thought/remembered. I didn't think of a daughter that age when I picture the scene where Naomi's crying in the bathroom.

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