Comedy Central's 1990s 'Professional Therapist,' Dr. Katz, takes on real estate

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A Monday midday diversion: You know that slogan: Location, location, location? We found the guy who coined it — or so he claims. (He says the truism is actually meant to be: Location, location, location, location.) Jump ahead to the 16:52 mark of this episode of the 1990s animated series, Comedy Central's "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist," to meet him. Watch the rest to see how Dr. Katz deals with his slacker 24-year-old son, who thinks that finding your first apartment means making "bold moves, and let the chips fall" instead of figuring out how much you can afford. Another big takeaway: Real estate really is about timing. Or is that comedy?


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