Dan:Who's crazy?The husband or wife?Who's crazy?To live their whole lifeBelieving that somehowThings aren't as bizarre as they are?Who's crazy—The one who can't cope,Or maybe the one who'll still hope?The one who sees doctorsOr the one who just waits in the car?And I wasA wild twenty-five,And I lovedA wife so alive,But now I believe I would settleFor one who can drive.Doctor Fine: [Spoken]The round blue ones with food, but not with the oblongWhite ones, the white ones with the round yellow onesBut not the trapezoidal green ones. Split the green onesInto thirds with a tiny chisel, use a mortal and pestle to grind...Diana:My psychopharmacologist and I...It's like an odd romance—Intense and very intimate,We do our dance.My psychopharmacologist and I...Call it a lover's game—He knows my deepest secrets—I know his... Name.And though he willNever hold me,He'll always take my calls.It's truly like he told me:Without a little lift,The ballerina falls.Doctor Fine: [Spoken]Goodman, Diana. Bipolar depressive with delusional episodes.Sixteen-year history of medication. Adjustments after oneWeek.Diana: [Spoken]I've got less anxiety, but I have headaches, blurry vision,And I can't feel my toes.Doctor Fine: [Spoken]So we'll try again, and eventually we'll get it right.Diana: [Spoken]Not a very exact science, is it?Voices:Zoloft and Paxil and Buspar and Xanax...Depakote, Klonopin, Ambien, Prozac...Ativan calms me when I see the bills—These are a few of my favorite pills.Diana: [Spoken]Oh, thank, Doctor. Valium is my favorite color. How'dYou know?Doctor Fine: [Spoken]Goodman, Diana. Second adjustment after three weeks.Delusions less frequent but depressive state worse.Diana: [Spoken]I'm nauseous and I'm constipated. Completely lost myAppetite and gained six pounds, which, you know, isJust not fair.Diana, Doctor Fine & Voices:May cause the followingSide effects, one or more:Diana & Doctor Fine:Dizziness, drowsiness,Sexual dysfunction— Voices:Headaches and tremors Diarrhea, constipationAnd nightmares and Nervous laughter,Seizures— Palpitations—Diana, Doctor Fine & Voices:Anxiousness, anger,Exhaustion, insomnia,Irritability,Nausea, vomiting—Diana:Odd and alarming sexual feelings.Diana, Doctor Fine & Voices:Oh, and one last thing—Doctor Fine:Use may be fatal...Gabe:Use may be fatal...Dan:Use may be fatal...Doctor Fine: [Spoken]Goodman, Diana. Third adjustment after five weeks. ReportsContinued mild anxiety and some lingering depression.Diana: [Spoken]I now can't feel my fingers or my toes. I sweat profuselyFor no reason. Fortunately, I have absolutely no desire forS**. Although whether that's the medicine or the marriageIs anybody's guess.Doctor Fine: [Spoken]I'm sure it's the medicine.Diana: [Spoken]Oh, thank you, that's very sweet. But my husband's waitingIn the car.Dan:Who's crazy?The one who's half-gone?Or maybeThe one who holds on?Remembering when she was twenty,And brilliant and bold.And I was so young,And so dumb,And now I am old.Diana:And she was And though he'll neverWicked and wired. Hold me,The s** was He'll always takeSimply inspired. My calls.Now there's no s**, It's truly likeShe's depressed, He told me—And me I'm just tired. Without a little liftTired. Tired. Tired. The ballerina falls.Who's crazy— My psychopharmacologistThe one who's uncured? And I,Or maybeThe one who's endured? Together side by side...The one who has Without him I'd die...Treatments,Or the one who just My psychopharmacologistLives with the pain? And I.They say love is blind,But believe me—Love is insane.Doctor Fine: [Spoken]Goodman, Diana. Seven weeks.Diana: [Spoken]I don't feel like myself. I mean, I don't feel anything.Doctor Fine: [Spoken]Hmpf. Patient stable.
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