In Treatment

Season 1 Episode 43

Paul and Gina - Week Nine

Aired Monday 9:00 PM Mar 28, 2008 on HBO
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Paul must live with his actions of going after Laura in a romantic fashion.

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  • This is how it had to be!

    A very amazing episode this season finale! Even after so many episodes I didn't want the show to end, but that was such a great finale! Paul acted exactly as I aspected. For a moment I thought he could say yes to Laura and start a relationship with her, but then in the very end, he said no. That was incredible! A relationship between them would let me down because all the things we watched and listened during the previous episodes bring to the opposite situation: a total no from Paul. And there it was! Very beautiful and well written scenes in the moment of the decision. It was hard for him but eventually all his moral and ethics and good behaviour and whatever you want to add, prevailed.

    I hope there would be another series for this amazing show, so maybe we will know what happen to Paul and Kate, and meet new troubled and great patients!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Laura: (to Paul) I'm done with therapy. I'm done. Don't tell me where my head is at, or claim that everything you're saying to me is for my protection.

    • Laura: (to Paul) So by walking away from you, it's proof that I'm ready to be with you? How should I prove that I'm over you, give you the key to my house?

    • Gina: What restrained you was the very best of you. Your deepest standards, personal and professional and moral.
      Paul: Moral decisions don't come from the unconscious. I'm not gonna let myself off the hook that easily.
      Gina: Paul, You steered yourself away from doing something that you knew you would regret. You saved yourself from being hurt and from hurting a woman that you cared about.

    • Gina: You know, what matters is that you did the right thing for you and for your patient.
      Paul: She [Laura] could be the last... love of my life. And I let her go. What's left for me now, Gina? Hmm?
      Gina: We'll have to talk about that.

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