Head Case - Netflix

Dr. Elizabeth Goode is a therapist who works with celebrities in Los Angeles. Celebrities in LA tend to live fast and hard in a rock-n-roll roller coaster lifestyle that has some rough ups and downs. And as a result, these celebrities need help to deal with some of their personal issues--help from a sympathetic and understanding and professional person. Dr. Elizabeth Goode is not that person.

Head Case - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 22 minutes

Premier: 2007-04-18

Head Case - HeadOn - Netflix

HeadOn is the brand name of a topical product claimed to relieve headaches. It achieved widespread notoriety in 2006 as a result of a repetitive commercial, consisting only of the tagline “HeadOn. Apply directly to the forehead”, stated three times in succession. Originally sold as a homeopathic preparation, the brand was transferred in 2008 to Sirvision, Inc., who re-introduced the product with a new formulation.

Head Case - Reception - Netflix

The commercial led to a number of parodies appearing on Web sites such as YouTube, USA Today reports, including extended versions of the ad which loop the repetitive tagline for durations upwards of ten hours, eventually making it an internet meme. The technophile magazine Make describes how to turn it into a ringtone. The commercial is parodied in the 2008 spoof film, Disaster Movie.

Head Case - References - Netflix