The Therapist Season 6, Episode 11 - Aired March 21, 2019

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Charles brings Jake into a case when a therapist reports one of his patient's missing. Holt finds out Rosa has a new girlfriend that everyone else has met. Amy believes she has accidentally received a package meant for Terry.

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Guest Stars: David Paymer as Dr. Frederick Tate, Cameron Esposito as Jocelyn, Fran Gillespie as Sheena, Anna Khaja as Dr. Theresa Moore, Kimberly Condict as Wendy Polm, Sonje Fortag as Tanya Grubvic

Writers: Jeff Topolski

Director: Rebecca Addelman

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Episode Quotes

Rosa: Thank you for the invite, but I'm not really having people meet Jocelyn yet. I'm still feeling things out with her.
Captain Holt: But Boyle says you brought Jocelyn to Shaw's last week.
Rosa: That was unplanned.
Captain Holt: Sure, but now that the squad has all met her, surely you can't object to her having some rice with Kevin and me?
Rosa: Okay, it's just that you can be a bit judgmental.
Captain Holt: What a stupid thing to say. Name one time when I have been judgmental.
Rosa: Okay.
Captain Holt: What a stupid thing to say.
Captain Holt: Oh, I see. Mere seconds ago.

Jake: Okay, unlike Kooky Charles and Tearful Terry, I am healthy and don't need therapy.
Hitchcock: I hear that. I don't go to therapy either. Jake and I are like two penises in a pod.
Jake: Damn it, Hitchcock, we talked about this. It never helps when you back me up.

Captain Holt: Come in, Diaz.
Rosa: How'd you know it was me?
Captain Holt: The restrained knock. Everyone else in this office plays my door like it's a marimba. The other day, Jeffords gave it three taps and two raps.
Rosa: Was he drunk?
Captain Holt: One can only assume.

Jake: Behold, Brooklyn buddies, Boyle bullpen bottle bowling.
Charles: Beautiful.
Jake: Be brave, bro. Be brave. Bowl!
Rosa: Bam!
Charles: Bull's-eye!
Jake: Booyah!
Elderly Eastern European Woman: Babushka!
All: Babushka!

Sergeant Jeffords: Wait, have you never been to therapy?
Jake: No. Don't need it.
Sergeant Jeffords: Not even after the time your wife shot you?
Jake: Nope.
Sergeant Jeffords: What about when you were held at gunpoint and had to write your own suicide note?
Jake: Oh, that was crazy. I forgot about that.
Sergeant Jeffords: Or when you were falsely accused of bank robbery and went to prison?
Jake: Was that a big deal?
Sergeant Jeffords: You joined a gang and tried meth!
Jake: Well, I didn't want to be anyone's bitch.

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