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Episode 11: Grandma
In an ode to a remarkable woman who lived for a century, James spends half of it talking about himself. This is how not to live your life, fabulously, and is a template you can adopt whenever you find yourself in a hotel room with a screwdriver. Music credits: The Jazz Piano, Bensound Edith Piaf and Julie Andrews from Archive.org
Episode 10: Lovers
Fans of toilet humour will be disappointed this week as we venture close to a genuine therapy session. Setting out to demonstrate that having feelings is not a shameful thing to internalise, James digs to find one and discovers plenty of unexpected flavours when the pot gets stirred. It is, however, a distraction from bodily fluids, which only have a very minor role to play, courtesy of a tortoise trotting around the Private Practice.
Episode 9: Jealousy
James is back in the Private Practice for his first proper session of the year. Are you feeling jealous towards his receipt of Dan’s wise response to his thoughts and feelings? Well in this episode we discuss times when the jealous party has got the wrong end of the unicorn’s glittery erection. Music credits: The Jazz Piano, Bensound