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por Carla Hilário Quevedo, em 07.06.05
Porque é que adoro Desperate Housewives (1)

(DR. GOLDFINE is leaning against his desk, watching as BREE sews his button back on.)

DR. GOLDFINE: I'm sure Freud would not approve of this.

BREE: Oh, who cares what he thinks? I took psychology in college, we learned all about Freud. A miserable human being.

DR. GOLDFINE: What makes you say that?

BREE: Well, think about it. He grew up in the late 1800's, there were no appliances back then. His mother had to do everything by hand, just backbreaking work from sunup to sundown. Not to mention the countless other sacrifices she probably had to make to take care of her family. And what does he do? He grows up and becomes famous, peddling a theory that the problems of most adults can be traced back to something awful their mother has done. (sighs) She must have felt so betrayed. He saw how hard she worked; he saw what she did for him. Did he even ever think to say, thank you? I doubt it. (smiles at DR. GOLDFINE, helping him put his jacket back on.) There you go.

DR. GOLDFINE: Just so you know, many of Freud's theories have been discredited.

BREE: Good. (smiles, turns to leave)

Cena do segundo episódio: Ah, But Underneath.

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