Gil moves us to the art criticism portion of the episode, asking what we can tell from Adam's drawings. That it's a good thing he's not doing that for a living? Dr. Dino says, "Ahhh he starts with a innocuous object. A tree, a cat, an oboe" -- well, I've give you two out of three -- "all of which he morphs into something deadly, as you can see. " Gil notes how it's all about something safe becoming unsafe. "Mother becomes lover," Dr. Dino said. Well, assuming Adam's subconscious was working overtime, it was sticking to repetitive tasks. Speaking of Adam's mother, whatever became of her? Why, when Dr. Dino started sending the letters back lest each epistle prompt another near suicidal bout of depression, the mother stopped writing. Which, when you think about it, really isn't much of an answer.
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