What About Bob ((NEW))
Exhausted by Bob's high-maintenance care needs and invasions of personal boundaries, his current therapist refers him to the egotistical Dr. Leo Marvin, who believes his recently published book Baby Steps will make him a household name. Bob feels good about their initial session, but Dr. Marvin dismisses Bob in a rush, as he is due for a month-long family vacation. Unable to cope, Bob contacts Leo via his telephone exchange and tries to find out where he is, but Leo dismisses him. Then Bob pays a prostitute to impersonate Leo's sister Lily so Bob can get by the switchboard operator and call him, but Leo tells Bob he cannot trust him if he pulls any more stunts like that. He then disguises himself as a homicide detective telling the switchboard operator that Bob committed suicide and tracks Leo to Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire. Leo is annoyed, but sees Bob's desperation and tells him to "take a vacation" from his problems. Bob seems to have made a breakthrough, but the next morning, he tells Leo that he will also be vacationing at Lake Winnipesaukee as a guest of the Guttmans, who hold a grudge against Leo for purchasing the lakeside home they had been saving for years to buy.
What About Bob
Leo rejects Bob's attempts at friendship as he believes patients are beneath him, but Bob bonds with Leo's family and relates to the problems of Leo's kids, Anna and Sigmund "Siggy", in contrast with their father's clinical approach. Bob begins to enjoy life, going sailing with Anna and helping Sigmund dive, which Leo had been unsuccessfully trying for years. After Leo aggressively pushes Bob into the lake, Leo's wife Fay forces him to apologize, which he begrudgingly does. She then invites Bob to dinner and he accepts, believing Leo's hostility against him are either accidental or part of his therapy. After dinner, a thunderstorm forces Bob to spend the night. Bob stops touching everything with tissues, showing some progress in overcoming his germaphobia. Leo wants Bob out of the house early the next morning before Good Morning America arrives to interview him about Baby Steps. The TV crew, oblivious to Leo's reluctance, suggest having Bob on the show as well. Leo humiliates himself during the interview, while Bob is relaxed and speaks highly of Leo and the book, inadvertently stealing the spotlight.
How about it? Funny movie. Terribly unpleasant experience. We didn't get along, me and Bill Murray. But I've got to give it to him: I don't like him, but he makes me laugh even now. I'm also jealous that he's a better golfer than I am. It's a funny movie. No one ever comes up to you and says, "I identify with the patient". They always say, "I have patients like that. I identify with your character". No one ever says that they're willing to identify with the other character.
In April 2022, following the suspension of the Being Mortal production, Dreyfuss's son Ben tweeted a recollection about Murray's on-set behavior towards his father and Ziskin: "Bill Murray had a meltdown during [What About Bob?] because he wanted an extra day off and Laura said no and he ripped her glasses off her face and my dad complained about his behavior and Bill Murray threw an ashtray at him." Ben also added, "Everyone walked off the production and flew back to L.A. and it only resumed after Disney hired some bodyguards to physically separate my dad and Bill Murray in between takes."
This movie is definitive proof of Bill Murray's loopy charm. With a different cast -- or a different slant -- this classic comedy about a kooky stalker and his hapless psychologist could have been a routine sitcom-style flick with a creepy edge. We've seen this type of high-concept setup before, with main characters who steadfastly refused to let go of the object of their affection, no matter how harshly they were shooed away. But Murray's such an affable, adorable actor that even predictable scenes have a sort of cockeyed charm.
It really would be wonderful if we could see what the new owners do to improve this property, Julia. The house is a gem, sitting so pretty in that lakeside setting. I remember watching the movie and picturing our family living there.
I love the house at first sight and I do really like the exterior, but I hate the inside! What about that living room with that hideous rug and those red couches! Brr. I would like to live there though, I think I could transform it easily into a really nice place. Love the view by the way!
"I didn't talk about it for years. ... Bill just got drunk at dinner. He was an Irish drunken bully, is what he was. ... He came back from dinner [one night] and I said, 'Read this [script tweak], I think it's really funny.' And he put his face next to me, nose-to-nose. And he screamed at the top of his lungs, 'Everyone hates you! You are tolerated!' There was no time to react, because he leaned back and he took a modern glass-blown ashtray. He threw it at my face from [only a couple feet away]. And it weighed about three quarters of a pound. And he missed me. He tried to hit me. I got up and left."
Truth is, this is far from the only known incident of Murray being abusive or unprofessional during a movie production. In fact, it wasn't even the only one during shooting on "What About Bob?" Laura Ziskin, who produced the film and was credited for co-writing its story, has spoken before about having an argument with Murray on the movie's set, culminating with the actor tossing her into a lake. (For context: "What About Bob?" was mostly shot in Moneta, Virginia, near Smith Mountain Lake.) Although Ziskin has indicated the lake throw was a playful act, she's described the argument itself as quite the opposite (via The Baltimore Sun):
Why, then, has Murray avoided a public reckoning over his misconduct for so long? It may have to do with the way people talk about him, with Oz having described Murray as "very unstructured" in a 2021 interview with Rolling Stone. More often than not, though, his behavior has been presented and otherwise normalized by his peers as being part of what makes him a comedic force of nature. As noted by The Guardian, Murray's "Ghostbusters" co-star Dan Akroyd even nicknamed him "The Murricane" due to his erratic mood swings when they worked together.
Tweet 1 (@gnarborg): I spend at least like 6 minutes a day wondering what The Office would be like if Bob Odenkirk were cast instead of Steve Carell.Tweet 2 (@n_mckague): I spend at least 6 minutes a day wondering who Bob Odenkirk is.
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This would be an optimal time to sell the team. The contracts of Joey Votto and Mike Moustakas are about to drop from the Reds payroll. The club has built one of the highest ranked farm systems inMLB. This would make the Reds a more attractive acquisition to wealthy individuals who could take this team to the next level by combining aggressive spending with the premier prospect pipeline.
Ella: The idea that the worst thing a person can do is grow dependent on some outsider. All they care about is taking something from your pocket and putting it in there's, and on a regular basis too.Flynne: But we aren't paying them anything. They're the ones paying us.Ella: That's what my uncle Charles must've thought when that loan money came in. They're giving me these drugs. What happens if I stop taking them?Flynne: I don't know.Ella: What happens if you stop paying Corbell Pickett?
Cherise: I've lived through more extremity than you could possibly imagine. It would crush your tiny little mind. So please, don't care to lecture me about pain.Flynne: Oh, I don't want to lecture you. I just want to snap your fucking neck.
We loved this little easter egg (because we know she removed that woman's eye), and it also explained how Aelita knew about the mysterious technology that Dr. Nuland continues to work on and keep secret.
The American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists (AAPP) represents about 3,000 health care professionals.As members of a treatment team of health care professionals,psychiatric pharmacists make a difference in patient recovery and quality of life.
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Frothy comedy about a neurotic patient dogging his newly appointed psychiatrist on a family vacation in New Hampshire. Although it came out in 1991, it's got one foot firmly planted in the 80s, strongly reminiscent of odd couple comedies like Planes, Trains and Automobiles or Midnight Run (both far better films incidentally). It had a couple of stars to rival those more fêted titles in Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss, two big screen presences, but their lights are mostly hidden under the bushel of a pretty ordinary script.
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