In Treatment

Season 2 Episode 24

Walter - Week Five

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM May 04, 2009 on HBO
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Paul decides that from what he's learnt of Walter, he is more harmful to himself than others.

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  • Walter Week Five.

    7.5
    I am going to be sad when Walter's tenure on In Treatment comes to an end. It has been great seeing two television veterans in John Mahoney and Gabriel Byrne interact together and the storyline has certainly raised some great questions upon the viewer about morals and ethics that can pertain to their own lives even if they are not millionaires or do even face the "millionaire's death" as the two described in this episode.



    I have a feeling this is not going to be a happy ending when this storyline concludes and that is just another testament as to how great In Treatment is for thinking outside conformity.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • After Paul canceled the previous week's session, they held this week's "session" in Walter's hospital room at 6:30 PM after Paul learned of his confinement.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (talking about the reason why Walter was in the hospital)
      Paul: I don't believe you.
      Walter: What the fuck would you know?
      Paul: Because it's my job to know.

    • Walter: I've been dropping my guard lately.
      Paul: I think you can still pack a pretty mean punch if you want to.

    • Walter: You convinced me that you were angry about what had happened to me and that you were on my side.
      Paul: And when I missed a session?
      Walter: Boy, you really have a high opinion of yourself, don't you?
      Paul: I can't help but notice that's when you decided to read the background check.
      Walter: I had time on my hands. And blood. Just like you.

    • Walter: People died... on my watch, Paul. Let's not pretend otherwise.
      Paul: And anyone who's worried about you would be better off if you... weren't around?
      Walter: It's just... the objective truth.

    • Walter: (to Paul) Is this how you deal with your guilt? You tell yourself that what you feel isn't real? That... you did the best you could?

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Walter: My family isn't going to sue you. They're not like that pilot's family.

      At the beginning of Season Two, Paul learned that he was being sued by the father of Alex, a fighter pilot and a former patient. He approached another former patient, Mia Netsky, for legal assistance.

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