In the sneak peek preview (above), Henry tells his famous client he's channeling a “lone wolf,” which she quickly figures out was her grandfather Dudley Bursch, because the phrase perfectly describes who he was.
“He is having me acknowledge that he was not in a coherent state of mind around the time that he passed and he's actually having me acknowledge self-medication, and he's apologizing because he feels like the person he was when he was not self-medicating was very different from the person that he was when he was self-medicating,” Henry said.
“I don't know if you know about the self-medication,” he continued. “He may have dealt with a specific addiction problem, but there's an acknowledgment of, like, I feel like I used something to kind of mask this pain.”
Dewan Tatum filled in that her grand dad "dealt with mental illness."
“But I think he felt a lot of shame about it,” Dewan Tatum continued. “Toward the end, I think he stopped taking his medication when my grandmother died. They were together for so long, they were inseparable, that I think he was so, you know, distraught.”