Web Therapy

Series Summary
Lisa Kudrow stars in this part-scripted, part-improvised comedy series about a self-professed psychotherapist with little patience for her patients. Dr. Fiona Wallice, who has no discernible training, doesn't believe in the traditional 50-minute sessions most therapists have with their patients. She prefers to meet with her clients in weekly three-minute sessions, through an online webcam. Even in the short sessions, Wallice spends more time feigning boredom and interrupting than listening to the patient's issues. A number of well-known actors, including Jane Lynch ("Glee"), guest star on the show as Wallice's patients.

Air Dates: 2011 - Present

Genres: Comedy

Network: SHOW


  • Season 3, Ep. 10 : No Place Like Home Sep 24, 2013

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    Austen is set on a new life path; Putsy's book is a surprise bestseller.

  • Season 3, Ep. 9 : Affairs to Remember Sep 17, 2013

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    Austen tells Fiona that Gina refuses to divorce him.

  • Season 3, Ep. 8 : Husband Hunting Sep 10, 2013

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    Fiona's mother calls to check in on Kip; Nick learns that his therapist is his online gambling foe.

  • Season 3, Ep. 7 : Games People Play Sep 3, 2013

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    Fiona has a new client - compulsive gambler Nick Jericho (Matt LeBlanc). Fiona receives a puzzling video voicemail from a woman (Chelsea Handler) who seems to know her.

  • Season 3, Ep. 6 : Love Stories Aug 27, 2013

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    As she takes on a batch of new clients, Fiona discovers that the campaign investigation has targeted a new suspect.

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Based on 10 Critics
Critic Reviews ( 3 )
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  • It's not just that Kudrow has failed to find a vehicle for her comedic talents since Friends; it's that the two-dimensional, often insufferable characters she's created are largely to blame for the failure of those projects in the first place. Show More

  • As it is, some of the sharpness, the performance-art humor of the Web series is lost in translation, but even in the new form, it remains something remarkable, if not revolutionary, anchored by Kudrow, who is not so much inhabiting a character but an ethos--the self-help movement by way of Merrill Lynch and YouTube, with outtakes thrown in at the end for good measure. Show More

  • The fine cast, both regulars and guest stars, elevates the proceedings considerably. Show More

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