Necessary Roughness (2011–2013)
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Snap Out of It 

Dani helps a self-help guru who doesn't believe in talk therapy. TK meets his match in Sheera. Nico gathers inside information on V3.

Director:

Elodie Keene

Writers:

Elizabeth Kruger (creator) (as Liz Kruger), Craig Shapiro (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Callie Thorne ... Dani Santino
Scott Cohen ... Nico Careles
Karissa Lee Staples ... Paloma
John Stamos ... Connor McClane
Mehcad Brooks ... Terrence King
Ioan Gruffudd ... Nolan Powers
Kate Miner ... Sheera Kane
Alaina Huffman ... Allie
Sam Page ... Sam Conte
Michael Rose ... Bennett
Julia Denton ... Rachel
Nicholas X. Parsons ... Stanzi Palmer
Holly Lynch ... Jasmine
Brandi Cohen ... Jeanne
Marcelo Vazquez Marcelo Vazquez ... Sgt. Bill
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Dani helps a self-help guru who doesn't believe in talk therapy. TK meets his match in Sheera. Nico gathers inside information on V3.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 July 2013 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Terrific Guest Role
19 August 2015 | by terrierluvSee all my reviews

Ioan Gruffudd was wonderful in a challenging guest role of a driven public speaker, author, life coach, with a serious mental & emotional health condition he himself is unaware of having. One problem is, if it becomes public, it would be misconstrued & would certainly ruin him personally & professionally. The second problem is, a huge part of his professional image & message is: psychiatric & psychological help from an outside professional is never necessary.

How do you help someone who refuses to acknowledge a problem exists? Can a mental health professional help someone who doesn't believe in professional help for mental health issues? This storyline raises lots of interesting questions.

If it were a longer show or arc, they would have had to video tape the guy to prove to him his condition existed. (That would have also been a fascinating episode & a great acting challenge.)

I should note, I only watched the show to see Ioan's guest spot. I am not a regular viewer of Necessary Roughness.


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