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Dr Katz, Professional Therapist Season 6, Episode 74 of 81 Big TV cartoons

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Al Lubel, Dom Irrera, Laura Silverman, H. Jon Benjamin Ben panics when the TV dies. Impatient, Ben buys a new, big-screen TV without Dr. Katz's permission and installs it in the living room. Katz refuses to talk to Ben until he returns the TV and gets a modest-sized one. However, Katz is so used to the big screen that the new TV looks downright puny, causing him to want the big TV back again. https://www.youtube.com/user/ExplosionBus http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0565090/ http://tinyurl.com/p8owk7c http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Katz,_Professional_Therapist Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist is an American animated series that originally ran on Comedy Central from May 28, 1995 to December 24, 1999—with a final set of three shelved episodes airing in 2002—starring Jonathan Katz, Jon Benjamin, and Laura Silverman. The show was created by a Burbank, California production company Popular Arts Entertainment (executive producers: Tim Braine, Kevin Meagher, and David Pritchard), with Jonathan Katz and Tom Snyder, developed and first made by Popular Arts for HBO Downtown Productions. Boston based Tom Snyder Productions became the hands-on production company, and the episodes were usually produced by Katz and Loren Bouchard. The show was computer animated in a crude, easily recognizable style called Squigglevision (a device Snyder had employed in his educational animation business) in which all persons and animate objects are colored and have constantly squiggling outlines, while most other inanimate objects are static and usually gray in color. The original challenge Popular Arts faced was how to repurpose recorded stand-up comedy material. To do so they based Dr. Katz's patients on stand-up comics for the first several episodes, simply having them recite their stand-up acts. The secondary challenge was how to affordably animate on cable TV at the time. Snyder (a boyhood friend of Braine's) had Squigglevision, an inexpensive means of getting animation on cable, which could not afford traditional animation processes. A partnership between Popular Arts, Tom Snyder Productions and Jonathan Katz was formed and Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist was born. The show focused on the title character, Dr. Jonathan Katz, who was voiced by, and visually based on, the comedian of the same name. Dr. Katz was a professional psychotherapist who had famous comedians and actors as patients, usually two per episode. The comedians' therapy sessions generally consisted of them doing their onstage material while Dr. Katz offered insights or simply let them rant. Meanwhile, therapy sessions featuring actors and actresses offered more interpersonal dialogue between Katz and his patient to better suit their predisposition. Dr. Katz is a very laid-back, well-intentioned man who enjoys playing the guitar and spending time at the bar with his friend Stanley and the bartender, Julie. Interspersed with these scenes were scenes involving Dr. Katz's daily life, which included his aimless, childish 24-year-old son, Ben (Jon Benjamin), his uninterested and unhelpful secretary, Laura (Laura Silverman), and his two friends: Stanley (Will LeBow), and the barmaid, Julie, voiced by one of the show's producers, Julianne Shapiro. In later episodes, Todd (Todd Barry), the video store clerk, became a regular character. "dessin anime" "dibujos animados" "قديمكرتون " "آ‏®‹" "آ‏»­" "कार्टून" "kartun" "cartoni animati" "آ‏»­" "kreskَwki" "desene animate" "ىَëüٍôèëüىû" "dibujos animados" "،زأىµظ¹" "Karikatürler" "phim hoạt hىnh" "charges" "¸¸ب­" Zeichentrickfilm tecknad