When he learns that Bob and Lee are seeing a counselor, Tom suggests that they see one also but Lynette thinks therapy is for losers. Tom starts seeing their therapist on his own, including keeping a "feelings" journal. He won't let Lynette read it, but says she should join him in therapy. Instead, she shows up at the doctor's to defend herself from what she's sure is Tom's badmouthing. She admits that she likes to be in control and when she's not, she gets mad. "Maybe I'm mad a lot, but you can't control what happens in life." We're relieved when Lynette decides therapy might be a good thing for her too.