[S9E6] Boys' Therapy
Marie: Oh, my cousin Bella happens to be a top psychiatrist.Frank: She's a hideous monster.Marie: For years, she's offered to come up from South Carolina to stay with us for some emergency marriage counseling. I'm gonna call her right now.Frank: Put down that phone.Marie: She's gonna stay with us as long as it takes to make you a person.Frank: All right! I'll go with them to the thing.Marie: Oh, he's gonna have therapy!Ray: Dad!Debra: Oh, my gosh, he's going to therapy!Amy: I can't believe it!Marie: Wonderful day! Oh, and Frank, don't be afraid to let them keep you for observation.
[S9E6] Boys' Therapy
Logan was born to Clayton and his wife Sara Kay Evans. He lived with his parents until his mom died, just before Clay signed with NBA player Nathan Scott. His father, unable to cope with his wife's death, erased his son from his mind. While Clay is running away from everything and eventually moves to Tree Hill, Sara's parents take Logan in. Six years later Clay starts to remember Logan during therapy sessions, where both father and son meet again.
Clay and Logan end up at the same therapy organization where they are both receiving help. Clay helps Logan retrieve his plane that Logan accidentally flies on top of the roof and they also fly it together, after Clay gets over his fear of crashing planes. Clay finally remembers Logan is his son and that he blocked him out after Sara died. After Clay reveals the truth to Logan and asks to be in his life, Logan says no and walks out of the room. But Clay goes to his parents-in-law (Logan's grandparents) and finally Logan forgives him and accepts him in his life. Then Logan meets his father's girlfriend: Quinn James. They get on good terms, and Logan moves in with his dad. However, Clay's house is near the ocean, which Logan fears. Quinn helps him overcome this fear, and they grow close. Logan then gives his Green Lantern ring to his father to use as Quinn's engagement ring. Eventually, Logan calls Quinn 'Mom.' Clay and Quinn get married, and Quinn adopts Logan.
Logan's parents are Clay and Sara Evans, but when Sara died, Clay went into a dark place, and blocked Logan out. Logan went to live with his grandparents, until Clay and him ended up in the same place, a hospital for therapy, and Clay remembered him. Clay asked Logan's grandparents if he could see Logan. After their agreement he asked Logan if he wanted to come and live with Clay. Logan accepted and went to live with his father and his father's partner Quinn James. Later Clay asked Quinn to marry him and they married the same day that Quinn adopted Logan. Thanks to his adoption by Quinn, he joined the James family, became the grandson of the late Jimmy and Lydia James, the nephew of Vivian, Taylor, Haley, Nathan (Haley's husband) and Quinn's Three Brothers, Logan is also the adoptive cousin of Jamie and Lydia Scott and Quinn's other nieces and nephews.
While it's theoretically admirable that Sweet Dee is revealed to be in therapy at the start of this episode, the fact that she's toted the entire Gang plus a tablecloth loaded with dirty dishes to her doctor's office suggests the chaos to come. With able deadpan support from The State and Reno 911!'s Kerri Kenney-Silver as the gamely professional shrink, the episode sees each successive character come in for a brief but uniformly intense session, all supposedly to determine who's going to do the washing up from The Gang's therapist-advised clearing-the-air dinner.
The BAU and local police later identify Ben as the unsub and track him down at his home. As a result, he and Matt, Tony, and Yolanda flee to a neighbor's house where Ben takes the two children living inside hostage, ordering them to shut the curtains. Hotch and Reid spot one of the children doing so, and the BAU arrive inside the home. Ben is convinced by them to release the children after Hotch tells him that Matt, Tony, and Yolanda are dead, and therefore, they are unable to hurt him anymore. However, Ben hallucinates Reid ordering him to stab him in the neck alongside Matt, Tony, and Yolanda (stating that his problems will all go away if he does so), and, as a result, he is non-fatally shot by Hotch when he tries to do so. Ben is put into an asylum, where he continues to hallucinate despite the electroshock therapy that is supposed to remove them. Ben asks them why they are there and they respond with that they "have been there his whole life". Ben tells them that he's only seen them since the church fire and they retort with, "Are you sure about that Ben?" The screen then fades to him on his mother's lap at the age of five, with three shadowy figures moving around.
In therapy, Booth and Brennan are bickering in front of Dr. Wyatt. Dr. Wyatt says that they aren't fighting about religion but they are arguing about an issue that he will find out about and help them deal with. 041b061a72