Bad Directions, part 3
Bad Directions, part 3 | Buy Reprint Rights | License Candorville | Get Candorville In Your Paper | Buy Candorville BOOKS
October 21st, 2009

Bad Directions, part 3


Discussion (8)¬

  1. bkalaska says:

    f-ing hilarious

  2. Chayafradle says:

    CLEVER!!!! This would make a GREAT SIT-COM on TV.

  3. Brian says:

    Dr. Noodle may be crossing some client/therapist boundaries by accepting a ride home from his client. Accepting a favor outside of payment for services (and disclosing where he lives) creates a dual relationship, which tends to complicate the therapeutic relationship. Not that this therapeutic relationship is very good to begin with. Hopefully this doesn’t get back to the ethics board of the doctor’s professional organization.

    A message from your friendly neighborhood killjoy. :-)

  4. Oh, I get it. Dr. Noodle isn't a therapist — he's a Jedi Master.

  5. sugarkat says:

    Obi-Wan Noodle, M.D.

  6. Chayafradle says:

    AHAHAHAHA!

  7. sugarkat says:

    Sad thing is, I'm pretty sure that's the wrong degree. Augh. #MDjokefail

  8. Amy says:

    If he's a psychiatrist, then he's an M.D. If he's a psychologist, he's probably an M.A. A licensed clinical social worker would be somewhere in between.

Comment¬