A divorced father, he has custody of his 23-year-old slacker son Ben, who dreams of wealth and freedom but is too lazy to find a real job. Dr. Katz’s receptionist is the acerbic Laura. He spends his free time in the bar “Jacky’s 33” with his friends Stan and Julie, the bartender.

0:00 S6e1 Ted Alexandro, Jeff Goldblum 21:58 S6e2 Ed Crasnick, Teri Garr 43:22 S6e3 Margaret Cho, Paul F.Tompkins 1:05:03 S6e4 Mitch Hedberg, Dom Irrera 1:26:56 S6e5 Tom Herzt, Al Lubel 1:48:48 S6e6 Jon Stewart, Wanda Sykes 2:10:33 S6e7 Ian Bagg, Greg Behrendt 2:32:32 S6e8 Carol Leifer, Kevin Meaney 2:54:33 S6e9 Dana Gould, Merrill Markoe 3:16:34 S6e10 Mitch Hedberg, Matt Siegal 3:38:34 S6e11 Dom Irrera, Al Lubel 4:00:33 S6e12 Sam Brown, Paul F.Tompkins 4:22:32 S6e13 Rich Gustus, Wanda Sykes 4:44:33 S6e14 Julie Barr, Dom Irrera 5:06:30 S6e15 Bob Balaban, Jake Johanssen 5:28:32 S6e16 Dave Attell, Catherine O’Hara, Steve Sweeney 5:50:33 S6e17 Kevin Brennan, Louis C.K 6:12:39 S6e18 Whoopi Goldberg, Conan O’Brien.

Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist is an adult animated series that originally ran on Comedy Central from May 28, 1995, to December 24, 1999, starring Jonathan Katz, H. Jon Benjamin, and Laura Silverman. Produced by Tom Snyder Productions (which would later become Soup2Nuts), it was the first-ever original animated cartoon series shown on Comedy Central, paving the way for South Park and the like.

The show was computer animated in a crude, easily recognizable style called Squiggle Vision, in which all persons and animate objects are colored and have constantly squiggling outlines. In contrast, all other inanimate objects are static and usually gray. The show also utilized “retro scripting,” Each episode has a basic system, but the actors improvise the dialogue. 

The great Jonathan Katz (with administrative assistance from Laura Silverman) analyzes a group of mad, bad and dangerous-to-know comedians. The patients are Joy Behar, Sandra Bernhard, Bill Broadus, Louis C.K., Anthony Clark, Janeane Garofalo, Andy Kindler, Carol Leifer, Ray Romano, Rita Rudner, Garry Shandling, and Steven Wright. Any similarity to the long-running series ‘Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist’ is purely incidental. To buy a box set of that wonderful show, click the link below:


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