Pat worries that he’s depressing his therapist and confers with Sam about strategies to mitigate this. Sam plays video games. They order pizza.
Sam complains about how long it takes to introduce herself and her background to a new therapist. Pat fixes a pipe. They order tacos.
Pat tattles on Sam to his therapist, which turns into a battle of which of their therapists has a more accurate read on their friendship. Sam does yoga. They order Chinese.
Sam frets about being rude to her therapist if she doesn’t engage in mutual small talk at the beginning of their sessions. Pat crafts a letter. They order burgers.
Pat crosses an ethical line when he cyberstalks his therapist out of curiosity and struggles with how to manage the guilt without therapy. Sam tries on some outfits. They order Pho.
Sam considers switching therapists before realizing that the only other options in her insurance network are male, which is a no-go. Pat paints. They order Mediterranean.
Pat vents about how censoring his dark, nihilistic humor makes it harder to communicate effectively with his therapist. Sam snacks. They order Indian.
Sam puzzles about how to come out as asexual to her therapist without it becoming ‘a whole thing.’ Pat hangs some photos. They order sushi.
Sam and Pat play a drinking game and discuss whether or not therapy is helping them. They order pizza.
Pat returns from therapy with a theory that could change his entire mental health journey. Sam plays video games and reveals a secret that might change her own. They order pizza.
Sam returns from therapy frustrated that her new therapist is so hot it makes being vulnerable confusing. Pat passive-aggressively attempts to make a change to their routine while playing with yarn. They order Mexican food.
Pat returns from therapy with homework, eliciting a jealous Sam to intercept as she measures and records the measurements of various body parts. They go to a 24 hour deli.
Sam returns from therapy with a thought that sends Pat through a series of upsetting flashbacks. They order barbeque.
Pat returns from therapy concerned his anxiety is getting in the way of being a good ally. Sam packs a box. They order Greek food. Written by Chris Cherry.
Sam returns from therapy furious about her therapist's perception of her relationships. Pat builds a tower to the gods. They order pasta.
Pat returns from therapy and mysteriously says nothing about his session. Sam observes some eggs. They order nice ramen. Written by Chris Cherry.
Sam returns from therapy fretting that her hot therapist might have the wrong impression of her personality. Pat gets festive. They order deli food.
Sam and Pat play their favorite drinking game, with a twist that may change their relationship forever. They eat pizza.
Sam and Pat Are Depressed will begin streaming Dec 04, 2017.
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