Breaking Point - Season 1 Episodes
“Solo for B-Flat Clarinet”
Dr. Mac treats a disturbed young man and an unhappy actress.
“Last Summer We Didn't Go Away”
High school teacher tries to hide the fact that he was once a mental patient.
“Fire and Ice”
Wife loves every man but her husband.
“Bird and Snake”
Bully disrupts group therapy sessions.
“There Are the Hip, and There Are the Square”
Distraught beatnik tries to complete the suicide pact that killed her boyfriend.
“The Bull Roarer”
Young man frets because he's not like his ultra-macho older brother.
“Crack in an Image”
Wife of U.S. Senate candidate can't distinguish if she's married to a husband or an image.
“Pelican in the Wilderness”
Rabbi loses faith in God.
“And James Was a Very Small Snail”
Autistic boy learns to relate to his family.
“Whatsoever Things I Hear”
When his patient is tried for assault, Dr. Thompson refuses to reveal the man's case history in court because it would violate the Hippocratic Oath.
“Who Is Mimi, What Is She?”
Mousy woman is obsessed with flamboyant movie queen.
“Millions of Faces”
Hospital attendant masquerades as a psychiatrist.
“The Gnu, Now Almost Extinct”
Elderly actress refuses to accept her husband's death.
“Heart of Marble, Body of Stone”
Model is dominated by her father.
“Don't Cry Baby, Don't Cry”
Women prison inmates care for special-needs children.
“A Little Anger Is a Good Thing”
Depressed senior citizen meets lonely widow and learns to enjoy life again.
“And If Thy Hand Offends Thee”
Man's guilt paralyzes his hand.
“Better Than a Dead Lion”
Famous author becomes self-destructive.
“A Land More Cruel”
Fashion designer drifts from man to man.
“No Squares in My Family Circle”
Criminal family ties cause a guilt-ridden man's headaches and endanger his girlfriend.
“So Many Pretty Girls, So Little Time”
Married publisher kisses the girls and makes his wife cry.
“A Child of the Center Ring”
Trapeze artist is paralyzed by her father's death.
“Tides of Darkness”
Teenage girl becomes withdrawn after being assaulted.
“The Summer House”
Expectant mother withdraws into a schizophrenic state.
“Shadow of a Starless Night”
Young doctor must learn to cope with sudden blindness.
“Glass Flowers Never Drop Petals”
“Never Trouble Trouble, 'Til Trouble Troubles You”
Boxer is accused of throwing a fight.
“Confounding Her Astronomers”
Gifted orphan has behavioral problems which keep her from being adopted.
“I, the Dancer”
Newlywed dancer's career is jeopardized by fits of hysteria, which are triggered by her choreographer husband's bizarre view of marriage.
“My Hands Are Clean”
Loan shark develops stigmata on his hands.