I've just caught a few scenes from Mel Brooks movie, High Anxiety, described by my cable service as:
"A doctor with vertigo heads the institute for the Very Very Nervous." Classic Mel Brooks (apart from when he wasn't doing The Producers as a musical, then a movie, then a musical again, then a movie again...).
Mel Brooks is Dr. Richard H. Thorndyke, and I almost wish he was my pyschiatrist:
Dr. Thorndyke: Dr. Montague, I'm curious, what exactly is the rate of patient recovery here at the institute?What's amazing is that all the cliches of the psychiatry community is just as applicable 30 years later.
Dr. Montague: Rate of patient recovery? I'll have that for you in a minute (pulls a calculator from his coat pocket, hits some buttons)...once in a blue moon.