Soon after, the psychiatrist and her psychiatrist are at a dinner party, with lots of other psychiatrists. What are they doing sitting together at a dinner party? If it's a professional thing, shouldn't they at least sit at separate ends of the long table? Another psychiatrist begins to discuss the negative findings of psychotherapy with criminals, and the first psychiatrist (now a dinner party guest and not a patient in this setting) gets angry with her own psychiatrist-- he set this up, he wants to convince her that she's wrong to continue her work with the sociopathic patient! And then to add to the mayhem, her psychiatrist tells the entire table the identity of his patient's famous criminal patient.