Help is a BBC television comedy series first screened on BBC Two in 2005. Written by and starring Paul Whitehouse and Chris Langham, it concerns a psychotherapist (Langham) and his therapy sessions with a variety of patients almost all played by Whitehouse.
Peter, the diffident psychologist, has an obsession with his receptionist (played by Alison King) and has regular appointments with his own therapist, played by Whitehouse. The other performers in the series were Mark Williams and Olivia Colman in cameos as patients, Alison Senior as a patient's wife, and Langham's real-life daughter Emily as a patient's prodigious daughter.
In 2007 the development of Pedro, a character in the proposed second series - which was never made - became a focal point of Langham's trial.
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