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20th Nov '16 1:01:57 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Lucifer}}''. Lucifer's psychiatrist Linda assumes that all his talk about being the Devil is just a metaphor for his issues, until he finally shows her his NightmareFace. Naturally Linda freaks out on discovering that the supernatural is real, and one episode has her lying down on her own sofa trying to absorb what Lucifer is telling her, in an obvious reference to this trope. Lucifer cuts short the session, griping that he's having to do his own therapy.
11th Sep '16 6:17:05 PM Premonition45
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** Used when Marge is confronting her fear of flying and has therapy with a psychologist. She usually lies on the couch during the sessions.

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** Used in "Fear of Flying", when Marge is confronting her fear of flying and has therapy with a psychologist. She usually lies on the couch during the sessions.



** Parodied in an episode where Homer is talking about some problems he's been having, and is lying on the couch... which turns out to be in a furniture store.
--->''"This... really goes beyond my training as a furniture salesman, sir. Now, if you don't want the couch, I'm going to have to ask you to leave."''

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** Parodied in an episode "The Mysterious Voyage of Homer", where Homer is talking about some problems he's been having, and is lying on the couch... which turns out to be in a furniture store.
--->''"This...-->'''Salesman:''' This... really goes beyond my training as a furniture salesman, sir. Now, if you don't want the couch, I'm going to have to ask you to leave."''
31st Aug '16 10:23:42 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MikeLuAndOg'' episode "Flustering Footwear Flotsam", the island adults' new shoes are causing various problems for them, and they each go to Queeks' cave to complain in this fashion.
9th Jul '16 10:23:50 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Wonderful World of Disney]]'' special "Inside Donald Duck" features Ludwig Von Drake as a psychotherapist, with Donald on the chair talking about his troubles with Daisy.
* The ''WesternAnimation/IAmWeasel'' episode "He Said, He Said" features the Red Guy switching back and forth between Weasel and Baboon, who both sit on tbeir respective couches complaining about each other. It turns out Red isn't a psychologist at all; he crossed out the "OTIC" in "PSYCHOTIC" on his degree and wrote in "IATRIST".
16th Apr '16 1:54:49 AM JackG
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** Specifically Troi is sitting on the couch and Riker uses her for a LapPillow. Which he finds very comfortable, but as Troi points out is not acceptable for counselling.
23rd Mar '16 4:01:13 PM TrustBen
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* Sasha's therapist Coz in ''Literature/AVisitFromTheGoonSquad'' keeps one in his office because it relieves him and his patients from the burden of eye contact.
4th Mar '16 10:46:04 AM 69BookWorM69
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** Detective Murdoch usually lies down when he has a hypnosis session with "his favourite head doctor", Dr. Roberts, who is a pioneer in mental health care in Toronto.
** Doctor Ogden becomes a psychiatrist between seasons five and six. She even went to Vienna to consult professor Freud himself. Freudian Couch is played for laughs when Inspector Brackenreid comes to see her and he's lying on a couch in her office, talking about some random stuff. She reminds him that he wished to speak about something important. Inspector immediately rises up and asks her to see his son who he's afraid might be a "sissy".

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** Detective Murdoch usually lies down when he has a hypnosis session with "his favourite head doctor", doctor" Dr. Roberts, who is a pioneer in mental health care in Toronto.
** Doctor Ogden becomes a psychiatrist between seasons five and six. She even went to Vienna to consult professor Freud himself. Freudian Couch In "Murdoch in Ladies' Wear", Murdoch is on her couch to recount a troubling dream he had about suspect Eva Pearce; he is distressed to have found Eva desirable when he's in love with Julia and investigating Eva for murder. The trope is [[PlayedForLaughs played for laughs laughs]] when Inspector Brackenreid comes to see her and he's lying on a couch in her office, talking about some random stuff. She reminds him that he wished to speak about something important. Inspector immediately rises up and asks her to see his son who he's afraid might be a "sissy".
8th Jan '16 2:19:48 PM StFan
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* ''ComicBook/DrBlinkSuperheroShrink'' naturally has a couch in his consulting room.

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* ''ComicBook/DrBlinkSuperheroShrink'' naturally has a couch In one comedy routine, David Hyde-Pierce (Niles in his consulting room.''Series/{{Frasier}}'') does a PatterSong about being a psychiatrist, called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSeyZK-U8TI The Therapist Song]]", in which the chorus is "Hit the couch!"



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* Seen in Creator/TimBurton's adaptation of ''Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. (An Oompa-Loompa is the therapist.)
* The promotional art for the documentary ''Confessions of a Superhero'' features [[spoiler:a performer dressed as]] Superman lying on a couch.
* In ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'', a couch/recliner is shown in Counselor Troi's office. When Riker comes by to flirt with her, he immediately lies down and says he needs therapy.
* A recurring theme and plot device in ''Film/AnnieHall''.
* Nick in ''Film/WhatWomenWant'' lies on the couch when he meets his former marriage counsellor to asks her about his inexplicably gained mind-reading problem.
* The comedy ''Film/WhatAWayToGo'' features a version mounted on a pole which can be lifted high in the air. This inevitably leads to slapstick complications.
* In ''Theatre/{{Harvey}}'', Dr. Chumley ends up on his own couch interviewed by the protagonist.

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[[folder:{{Film}}]]
[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Seen in Creator/TimBurton's adaptation of ''Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. (An Oompa-Loompa is the therapist.)
* The promotional art for the documentary ''Confessions of
''ComicBook/DrBlinkSuperheroShrink'' naturally has a Superhero'' features [[spoiler:a performer dressed as]] Superman lying on a couch.
* In ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'', a couch/recliner is shown in Counselor Troi's office. When Riker comes by to flirt with her, he immediately lies down and says he needs therapy.
* A recurring theme and plot device in ''Film/AnnieHall''.
* Nick in ''Film/WhatWomenWant'' lies on the
couch when he meets in his former marriage counsellor to asks her about his inexplicably gained mind-reading problem.
* The comedy ''Film/WhatAWayToGo'' features a version mounted on a pole which can be lifted high in the air. This inevitably leads to slapstick complications.
* In ''Theatre/{{Harvey}}'', Dr. Chumley ends up on his own couch interviewed by the protagonist.
consulting room.



[[folder:{{Literature}}]]
* ''Literature/CherubSeries'' books:
** James is in a therapy session. They have a slightly weird little dialogue which goes something like this:
--->'''James:''' Man, this couch is comfy. I could fall asleep on it.
--->'''Therapist:''' Really? Hmm, does that mean you're tired? Have you been having trouble sleeping lately?
--->'''James:''' Now you mention it, yes.
** His therapist gives him the choice of where to sit but he feels that he needs to lie on the couch to get the "full therapy experience".
* Callie, the protagonist of ''Literature/{{Cut}}'', is on one of these during her Individual Therapy sessions in Sea Pines, while her therapist sits on a "dead cow chair".
* In ''Literature/{{Dreamcatcher}}'', Henry briefly ponders his patients' choices between the couch or a chair when they come into his office.
* In Book One of ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', During her first visit in Livia's office, Lauren notes the presence of a couch under the giant portrait of what is assumed to be a {{Valkyrie}}. She only gets to sit on the chair though.

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[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ''Literature/CherubSeries'' books:
** James is in a therapy session. They have a slightly weird little dialogue which goes something like this:
--->'''James:''' Man,
''Comicstrip/TheFarSide'' used this couch is comfy. I could fall asleep on it.
--->'''Therapist:''' Really? Hmm, does that mean you're tired? Have you been
rather often, even though creator Gary Larson had some issues with it:
** In the 10th anniversary retrospective, Larson said he considered the device a cliché. He also described how
having trouble sleeping lately?
--->'''James:''' Now you mention it, yes.
** His therapist gives
an animal visiting a human psychiatrist would frequently break his own WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief and cause him to start questioning ''everything'' about his comic.
** One particular comic embarrassingly backfired when Gary Larson thought it would be funny to draw a creature who had to see a psychiatrist because of his severe anger-management problems over having been born as ''nothing but a disembodied eyeball''. Most readers either missed
the choice eyeball entirely or thought it was just one of where the buttons sewed onto the couch. In his 10th anniversary retrospective, Larson briefly tried to sit but he feels that he needs defend the cartoon before admitting that, yes, it sucked. To those who have read ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', it becomes a reference.
%% * ''ComicStrip/{{Ziggy}}'', who might be the reason for that.
%% * Sometimes found in ''Magazine/TheNewYorker'' cartoons.
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'' when the title character is looking for a cargo van for her catering business, one van was formerly owned by a psychiatrist who went
to lie people's homes. And had the Freudian Couch set up in the van.
* Several classic ''Creator/GahanWilson'''s cartoons.
** In one, the patient, dressed as Napoleon, is sitting up
on the couch and reading a despatch while an officer in a Napoleonic uniform stands at attention. The psychiatrist fumes, "We'll never get anywhere with these constant interruptions from the front!"
** The psychiatrist is a bespectacled, Freud-bearded corpse in advanced decay, and the patient on the couch, blithely looking at the ceiling, asks, "How long has it been since we had our little disagreement, Doctor?"
** The psychiatrist is down on his knees kissing the hand of the patient, who says irritably, "This is not going to help my Messianic complex, Doctor!"
** "When did you first become aware of this [[ProperlyParanoid imagined]] 'plot
to get the "full therapy experience".
you?'"
* Callie, the protagonist One, uncredited but resembling work by Jim Toomey of ''Literature/{{Cut}}'', is on one of these during her Individual Therapy sessions in Sea Pines, while her therapist sits on ''ComicStrip/ShermansLagoon'', showed a "dead cow chair".
* In ''Literature/{{Dreamcatcher}}'', Henry briefly ponders his patients' choices between the couch or a chair when they come into his office.
* In Book One of ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', During her first visit in Livia's office, Lauren notes the presence of a couch under the giant portrait of what is assumed to be a {{Valkyrie}}. She only gets to sit
bull lying on the chair though. couch, with a matador in the psychiatrist's position. The bull is saying, "I know it's a symptom of my neurosis, doctor, but I'm having difficulty trusting you."
* Dr. Bonkus of ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'' always uses one with his patients. Beetle himself has been known to fall asleep immediately or mention it as the only reason it's worth visiting him.



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* Seen in Creator/TimBurton's adaptation of ''Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. An Oompa-Loompa is the therapist.
* The promotional art for the documentary ''Confessions of a Superhero'' features [[spoiler:a performer dressed as]] Superman lying on a couch.
* In ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'', a couch/recliner is shown in Counselor Troi's office. When Riker comes by to flirt with her, he immediately lies down and says he needs therapy.
* A recurring theme and plot device in ''Film/AnnieHall''.
* Nick in ''Film/WhatWomenWant'' lies on the couch when he meets his former marriage counsellor to asks her about his inexplicably gained mind-reading problem.
* The comedy ''Film/WhatAWayToGo'' features a version mounted on a pole which can be lifted high in the air. This inevitably leads to slapstick complications.
* In ''Theatre/{{Harvey}}'', Dr. Chumley ends up on his own couch interviewed by the protagonist.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Literature]]
* ''Literature/CherubSeries'' books:
** James is in a therapy session. They have a slightly weird little dialogue which goes something like this:
--->'''James:''' Man, this couch is comfy. I could fall asleep on it.\\
'''Therapist:''' Really? Hmm, does that mean you're tired? Have you been having trouble sleeping lately?\\
'''James:''' Now you mention it, yes.
** His therapist gives him the choice of where to sit but he feels that he needs to lie on the couch to get the "full therapy experience".
* Callie, the protagonist of ''Literature/{{Cut}}'', is on one of these during her Individual Therapy sessions in Sea Pines, while her therapist sits on a "dead cow chair".
* In ''Literature/{{Dreamcatcher}}'', Henry briefly ponders his patients' choices between the couch or a chair when they come into his office.
* In Book One of ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', During her first visit in Livia's office, Lauren notes the presence of a couch under the giant portrait of what is assumed to be a {{Valkyrie}}. She only gets to sit on the chair though.
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* Inverted in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Latent Image", the Emergency Medical Hologram suffers a LogicBomb after having to make a SadisticChoice in triage. As reprogramming has failed and ''Voyager'' doesn't have a Ship's Counselor, Captain Janeway and other crewman act as a sounding board while the EMH works through his issues. Janeway is shown on the holodeck, half-asleep on the couch while the Doctor sits on a chair and rambles on. Eventually he realises the captain is running a fever and convinces her to take a break. After she leaves, the Doctor goes and sits on the couch, quoting from the book she was reading, implying that he is getting over his HeroicBSOD.

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* Inverted in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Latent Image", the Emergency Medical Hologram suffers a LogicBomb after having to make a SadisticChoice in triage. As reprogramming has failed and ''Voyager'' doesn't have a Ship's Counselor, Captain Janeway and other crewman act as a sounding board while the EMH works through his issues. Janeway is shown on the holodeck, half-asleep on the couch while the Doctor sits on a chair and rambles on. Eventually he realises realizes the captain is running a fever and convinces her to take a break. After she leaves, the Doctor goes and sits on the couch, quoting from the book she was reading, implying that he is getting over his HeroicBSOD.



[[folder:NewspaperComics]]
* ''Comicstrip/TheFarSide'' used this rather often, even though creator Gary Larson had some issues with it:
** In the 10th anniversary retrospective, Larson said he considered the device a cliché. He also described how having an animal visiting a human psychiatrist would frequently break his own WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief and cause him to start questioning ''everything'' about his comic.
** One particular comic embarrassingly backfired when Gary Larson thought it would be funny to draw a creature who had to see a psychiatrist because of his severe anger-management problems over having been born as ''nothing but a disembodied eyeball''. Most readers either missed the eyeball entirely or thought it was just one of the buttons sewed onto the couch. In his 10th anniversary retrospective, Larson briefly tried to defend the cartoon before admitting that, yes, it sucked. To those who have read ''OneOverZero'', it becomes a reference.
%% * ''ComicStrip/{{Ziggy}}'', who might be the reason for that.
%% * Sometimes found in ''Magazine/TheNewYorker'' cartoons.
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'' when the title character is looking for a cargo van for her catering business, one van was formerly owned by a psychiatrist who went to people's homes. And had the Freudian Couch set up in the van.
* Several classic ''Creator/GahanWilson'''s cartoons.
** In one, the patient, dressed as Napoleon, is sitting up on the couch and reading a despatch while an officer in a Napoleonic uniform stands at attention. The psychiatrist fumes, "We'll never get anywhere with these constant interruptions from the front!"
** The psychiatrist is a bespectacled, Freud-bearded corpse in advanced decay, and the patient on the couch, blithely looking at the ceiling, asks, "How long has it been since we had our little disagreement, Doctor?"
** The psychiatrist is down on his knees kissing the hand of the patient, who says irritably, "This is not going to help my Messianic complex, Doctor!"
** "When did you first become aware of this [[ProperlyParanoid imagined]] 'plot to get you?'"
* One, uncredited but resembling work by Jim Toomey of ''ShermansLagoon'', showed a bull lying on the couch, with a matador in the psychiatrist's position. The bull is saying, "I know it's a symptom of my neurosis, doctor, but I'm having difficulty trusting you."
* Dr. Bonkus of ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'' always uses one with his patients. Beetle himself has been known to fall asleep immediately or mention it as the only reason it's worth visiting him.

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[[folder:NewspaperComics]]
[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''Comicstrip/TheFarSide'' used ''VideoGame/ThemeHospital'' uses this rather often, even though creator Gary Larson had some issues with it:
** In the 10th anniversary retrospective, Larson said he considered the device a cliché. He also described how having an animal visiting a human psychiatrist would frequently break his own WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief and cause him to start questioning ''everything'' about his comic.
** One particular comic embarrassingly backfired when Gary Larson thought it would be funny to draw a creature who had to see a psychiatrist because of his severe anger-management problems over having been born as ''nothing but a disembodied eyeball''. Most readers either missed the eyeball entirely or thought it was just one of the buttons sewed onto the couch. In his 10th anniversary retrospective, Larson briefly tried to defend the cartoon before admitting that, yes, it sucked. To those who have read ''OneOverZero'', it becomes a reference.
%% * ''ComicStrip/{{Ziggy}}'', who might be the reason
for that.
%% * Sometimes found in ''Magazine/TheNewYorker'' cartoons.
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'' when the title character is looking for a cargo van for her catering business, one van was formerly owned by a psychiatrist who went to people's homes. And had the Freudian Couch set up in the van.
* Several classic ''Creator/GahanWilson'''s cartoons.
** In one, the patient, dressed as Napoleon, is sitting up on the couch and reading a despatch while an officer in a Napoleonic uniform stands at attention. The psychiatrist fumes, "We'll never get anywhere with these constant interruptions from the front!"
** The psychiatrist is a bespectacled, Freud-bearded corpse in advanced decay, and the patient on the couch, blithely looking at the ceiling, asks, "How long has it been since we had our little disagreement, Doctor?"
** The psychiatrist is down on his knees kissing the hand of the patient, who says irritably, "This is not going to help my Messianic complex, Doctor!"
** "When did you first become aware of this [[ProperlyParanoid imagined]] 'plot to get you?'"
* One, uncredited but resembling work by Jim Toomey of ''ShermansLagoon'', showed a bull lying on the couch, with a matador in the psychiatrist's position. The bull is saying, "I know it's a symptom of my neurosis, doctor, but I'm having difficulty trusting you."
* Dr. Bonkus of ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'' always uses one with his patients. Beetle himself has been known to fall asleep immediately or mention it as the only reason it's worth visiting him.
all psychiatric therapies.



[[folder: Stand-Up Comedy]]
* In one comedy routine, David Hyde-Pierce (Niles in ''Series/{{Frasier}}'') does a PatterSong about being a psychiatrist, called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSeyZK-U8TI The Therapist Song]]", in which the chorus is "Hit the couch!"

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[[folder: Stand-Up Comedy]]
[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot imagines/dreams himself in one comedy routine, David Hyde-Pierce (Niles in ''Series/{{Frasier}}'') does a PatterSong when he [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2013-03-07 decides to get introspective about being a psychiatrist, called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSeyZK-U8TI what motivates him]].
* In ''Webcomic/Level30Psychiatry'', the whole premise is video game characters getting therapy.
The Therapist Song]]", couch's destruction and replacement in which another color is a running gag. For example, the chorus first one is "Hit destroyed in the couch!"second comic due to a nervous [[{{Videogame/Minecraft}} Creeper]].
* In ''Webcomic/MenageA3'', trainee psychotherapist and mistress of HollywoodPsych Kiley naturally expects to employ a couch. In the June 13, 2013 strip (#753, NSFW), the trope is played with and perhaps lampshaded. It looks like a Freudian therapy session at first, but there's more than one sort of therapy, and more than one use for a couch.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=4474 Slick appears on one recounting how he didn't recognize himself in the mirror (world).]]



[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/ThemeHospital'' uses this for all psychiatric therapies.

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[[folder:Video Games]]
[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''VideoGame/ThemeHospital'' uses this for all psychiatric therapies. One makes several appearances in ''WebVideo/{{Awkward}}'', in Alex's therapy sessions with Henry.
* In ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', after [[spoiler: Penny's death and his own defeat,]] Captain Hammer is seen crying on a couch, with a therapist facing him.



[[folder:Webcomics]]
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot imagines/dreams himself in one when he [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2013-03-07 decides to get introspective about what motivates him]].
* In ''Webcomic/Level30Psychiatry'', the whole premise is video game characters getting therapy. The couch's destruction and replacement in another color is a running gag. For example, the first one is destroyed in the second comic due to a nervous [[{{Videogame/Minecraft}} Creeper]].
* In ''Webcomic/MenageA3'', trainee psychotherapist and mistress of HollywoodPsych Kiley naturally expects to employ a couch. In the June 13, 2013 strip (#753, NSFW), the trope is played with and perhaps lampshaded. It looks like a Freudian therapy session at first, but there's more than one sort of therapy, and more than one use for a couch.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=4474 Slick appears on one recounting how he didn't recognize himself in the mirror (world).]]
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* One makes several appearances in ''WebVideo/{{Awkward}}'', in Alex's therapy sessions with Henry.
* In ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', after [[spoiler: Penny's death and his own defeat,]] Captain Hammer is seen crying on a couch, with a therapist facing him.
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot imagines/dreams himself in one when he [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2013-03-07 decides to get introspective about what motivates him]].
* In ''Webcomic/Level30Psychiatry'', the whole premise is video game characters getting therapy. The couch's destruction and replacement in another color is a running gag. For example, the first one is destroyed in the second comic due to a nervous [[{{Videogame/Minecraft}} Creeper]].
* In ''Webcomic/MenageA3'', trainee psychotherapist and mistress of HollywoodPsych Kiley naturally expects to employ a couch. In the June 13, 2013 strip (#753, NSFW), the trope is played with and perhaps lampshaded. It looks like a Freudian therapy session at first, but there's more than one sort of therapy, and more than one use for a couch.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=4474 Slick appears on one recounting how he didn't recognize himself in the mirror (world).]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* One makes several appearances in ''WebVideo/{{Awkward}}'', in Alex's therapy sessions with Henry.
* In ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', after [[spoiler: Penny's death and his own defeat,]] Captain Hammer is seen crying on a couch, with a therapist facing him.
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[[folder:WesternAnimation]]
[[folder:Western Animation]]



* Used with a bench (and complete with reading glasses and a notepad) by Twilight Sparkle in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Lesson Zero" in an attempt to alleviate her friend Rainbow Dash's [[spoiler:mistakenly perceived]] anger issues.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Used with a bench (and complete with reading glasses and a notepad) by Twilight Sparkle in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Lesson Zero" Zero", in an attempt to alleviate her friend Rainbow Dash's [[spoiler:mistakenly perceived]] anger issues.issues. Twilight would have needed a therapist a lot more than Rainbow in this episode.



* A PinkPanther ClipShow had the little guy with the big nose Pink is always annoying go to a therapist (Actually Pink in disguise) and lay down on the couch.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'': A PinkPanther ClipShow had has the little guy with the big nose Pink is always annoying go to a therapist (Actually (actually Pink in disguise) and lay down on the couch.



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4th Jan '16 6:47:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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%% * ''{{Ziggy}}'', who might be the reason for that.

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%% * ''{{Ziggy}}'', ''ComicStrip/{{Ziggy}}'', who might be the reason for that.



* In ''{{Blondie}}'' when the title character is looking for a cargo van for her catering business, one van was formerly owned by a psychiatrist who went to people's homes. And had the Freudian Couch set up in the van.

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* In ''{{Blondie}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'' when the title character is looking for a cargo van for her catering business, one van was formerly owned by a psychiatrist who went to people's homes. And had the Freudian Couch set up in the van.
17th Aug '15 11:44:47 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie'': Dr. Bellows has a Freudian couch in his office, as befitting a Freudian psychiatrist. Occasionally, Dr. Bellows uses it to psychoanalyze Major Nelson or Major Healey.
* ''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies'': In "The Clampetts Get Psychoanalyzed", Mr. Drysdale's Freudeian psychiatrist tries to psychoanalyze Jethro Bodine and Cousin Pearl. The psychiatrist is very faithful to Freudian methods, not only having a couch in his office but closing his curtains so as to conduct psychoanalysis in semidarkness.
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