Jonathan Katz

co-creator of “Dr. Katz”

co-creator of “Dr. Katz”

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The animated show ended in 2002. There are live versions periodically, with Dr. Katz, his son Ben, and receptionist Laura bringing comedians to the stage for therapy sessions.

‘Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist’: 1990s animated series gets reborn

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