What psychologists 'actually' do

Ok... for reals... this is what Therapists actually do.

Recognize the young Gregory House? It's always a little weird hearing a British accent coming out of his mouth.

HT: Mitch Harden

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By GrayGaffer (not verified) on 05 Mar 2008 #permalink

Is the not-House guy the comedian in V for Vendetta?

Its so weird watching Hugh Laurie play an American.

He's like tea... and cricket, Elgar, Cromer, the South Downs, fathers hands on the steering wheel, honestly nanny, i didn't touch the scones, going faster and faster...

By Sir Philip Sha… (not verified) on 07 Mar 2008 #permalink

Vsync; yes, that's Stephen Fry, much beloved over here in Britain. He has had a long career in film and television, and is also a well-known gadget fiend.