Season 4 Episode 12

Diana Lubey

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 21, 2006 on FX



  • Quotes

    • (After Christian tells Sean he is going to marry Michelle, Sean goes back to see Dr. Faith Wolper)
      Sean: I can't believe his insensitivity. And now that he's getting married…
      Dr. Faith Wolper: Married? When did that happen?
      Sean: Told me about it yesterday. And the thing is I can't stand her. She's opportunistic, taking control of the business- our business that we built together- and…
      Dr. Faith Wolper: And what?
      Sean: And she's taking him away from me. Now, when I really need him. (pause) Jesus, you'd think we were gay.
      Dr. Faith Wolper: I certainly wouldn't think you were.
      Sean: Excuse me?
      Dr. Faith Wolper: Nothing. Forget I said anything.
      Sean: What did you mean?
      Dr. Faith Wolper: I just think you might be internalizing some of Christian's projections.
      Sean: What? I've known him since college. Christian gets more ass than anyone in South Florida. If there's one man who's not gay, it's Christian Troy. (off her look) OK, you can't just play 'don't ask, don't tell'. This is my best friend we're talking about. If he were gay, I think I'd know about it.
      Dr. Faith Wolper: And you've never sensed any of his ambivalent feelings towards you?
      Sean: Look, you don't know him.
      Dr. Faith Wolper: Christian was a patient of mine. It was his homosexual feelings for you that brought him here. (pause) Look, I have already overstepped all sorts of professional boundaries but I cannot sit here and watch your confusion.
      Sean: My God. There was a period of time. He was acting so strangely, it's like he wanted to avoid me or…
      Dr. Faith Wolper: And now? The one time you are alone and available, suddenly he's not? He's so afraid that he might actually act on his feelings for you, he's attached himself to a woman who's cheated on him. (pause) I can get into a lot of trouble for revealing this, Sean.
      Sean: Should I say something? I'm not…
      Dr. Faith Wolper: I can't tell you what to do. That would be unprofessional.