It’s time for another therapy session and Patient #4479 is already agitated because the person setting up the camera isn’t doing to Dr. Quinzel’s normal specifications. His arguing with the camera guy is brought to a sudden halt with the appearance of a stranger, who turns out to be Mister J’s new psychiatrist, having replaced Dr. Harleen Quinzel. Joker is very unhappy with this turn of events and states he wants his old doctor back. Ignoring him, the psychiatrist introduces himself as Dr. Hugo Strange. Mister J quips, “Yeah, and I’m Professor Giggles,” not believing his new doctor’s name is Strange. Dr. Strange suggests a radical form of therapy for Patient #4479: hypnotherapy. The scene switches to infrared night vision, showing Joker with electrodes attached to his forehead, admitting that “I’m not sure I”m comfortable with this.” Dr. Strange assures him that hypnotherapy is safe and proceeds to hypnotise the Joker. As he begins to guide Mister J through his subconscious, Joker suddenly takes control of the session, describing what can only be a tryst with a married woman. The hypnotherapy session goes downhill from there, building to an riotous climax.