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AIRED ON 9/9/2012

Season 8 : Episode 11

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In Web Therapy, Lisa Kudrow plays Fiona Wallice, a comically self-centered therapist with some less than traditional ideas about her profession, conducting her 3-minute psychotherapy sessions from the convenience and safety of an iChat window. In many cases, Fiona is obviously more interested in dealing with her own issues in these short web-cam therapy sessions, often derailing progress with her patients in favor of discussing her own financial woes or disintegrating marriage. Each episode is highly improvised, and punctuated with high profile guest stars: Alan Cumming guest stars as a Richard Branson-inspired business tycoon, Selma Blair takes a turn as a surrogate mother who's in it for all the wrong reasons, and fellow "Friends" alum Courtney Cox reunites with Kudrow to play a psychic who ends up counseling the counselor. Other guest stars for this show include Molly Shannon, Jane Lynch, Mike McDonald, Bob Balaban, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Originally produced as a series of webisodes, Web Therapy is now a series on Showtime.

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