‘The Shrink Next Door’ shows how streaming lets funny people get serious

Click here for reuse options! ‘The Shrink Next Door’ shows how streaming lets funny people get serious The radio show “Ask The Psychiatrist” on SiriusXM is getting funnier, some fans are getting less funny…

'The Shrink Next Door' shows how streaming lets funny people get serious

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‘The Shrink Next Door’ shows how streaming lets funny people get serious The radio show “Ask The Psychiatrist” on SiriusXM is getting funnier, some fans are getting less funny and others are learning to be serious.

The news-driven show “Ask The Psychiatrist” on SiriusXM is getting funnier, some fans are getting less funny and others are learning to be serious.

“You’re talking to a psychiatrist and you’re not a psychiatrist?” Dr. Dean Spitz a recent guest on the show. Dr. Spitz is the host.

And there is a good reason. Dr. Dean Spitz owns a closed therapy practice and is quite serious about helping his patients. And what will he do with this approach to comedy when he takes on a more serious topic? I asked him.

“Well, I think at this point, you know, the only other time I would do stand-up comedy is when I have a patient that’s no longer going to therapy,” Spitz laughed. “That’s how serious I am.”

Here’s how it works for “Ask The Psychiatrist”:

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