Charlotte is an unusual therapist in many ways -- she has trouble
START: Well, the point is that when a porpoise first comes to me, it is often immediately clear . . . did I say porpoise? What word do I want? Porpoise. Pompous. Pom Pom. Paparazzi. Polyester. Pollywog. Olley olley oxen free. Patient. I’m sorry, I mean patient.
END: I’m afraid I’m taking up too much of your session. I’ll knock a few dollars off the bill.
Durang, Christopher, “Beyond Therapy,” Christopher Durang Explains It All For You: 6 Plays, Grove Press, 1983, pp. 269-274.
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