Picks and Pans Review: Private Sessions
updated 03/18/1985 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 03/18/1985 AT 01:00 AM EST
It had to come to TV someday: a show about a shrink—a jogging, nonsmoking, divorced New York shrink at that, a Dr. Kildare with a couch instead of a stethoscope. Mike (M*A*S*H) Farrell cures Kelly (Witness) McGillis of her habit of sleeping with any man who can walk. Then Farrell plays detective—or "cowboy therapist," as office partner Maureen Stapleton calls him—and finds the odd cause of the voices cabbie Tom (Happy Days) Bosley hears in his taxi. NBC is looking at turning Private Sessions into a series next season. Bet on it. Dr. Sensitivity is made for TV, and that's not all bad.