Constant chaos is bound to negatively affect our relationships, to make us distrustful of one another. Who here can relate to that? Oh, okay, how about this: in the past week, who here has accused someone of working for the damn dishonest media? Tom, who did you say that to? [TOM] My doctor. [THERAPIST] Why would you accuse your doctor of working for the damn dishonest media? [TOM] Because he told me I had high blood pressure and high cholesterol. [THERAPIST] And you didn’t want to hear that, did you? [TOM] No. (music) Okay guys, remember, just because someone says something you don’t agree with, it doesn’t mean that they’re lying to you. Do you understand? [JOHN] I…think so… [KEVIN] This is ridiculous. You’re all just a bunch of weak losers. [THERAPIST] Why are you saying that, Kevin? What about you? Are you a weak loser? [KEVIN] I’m a huge loser! The best! [THERAPIST] What does that mean? [THERAPIST] Trump administration fired me! You don’t hear me whining about it. I couldn’t cut it! And now I know, I’m a huge loser. [THERAPIST] Kevin, you are not a huge loser. [KEVIN] You’re fake news! [MEN] (shouting) Fake news! [THERAPIST] No! It’s not your fault. [KEVIN] You’re fake news. [THERAPIST] It’s not your fault. [KEVIN] You’re fake news! [THERAPIST] It’s not your fault! [KEVIN] (sobbing) Fake news… [THERAPIST] It’s not your fault. (Kevin cries) (applause) [THERAPIST] (sighs) Sergei, we haven’t heard from you yet. How long did you work at the White House? [THERAPIST] Well, uh… (cell phone rings) [SERGEI] Da? Da. Da.