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Max seeks advice from his undead ancestor John while treating a zombie (Adam Pally) with a broken (and oozing) heart.
A demon (Langston Kerman) haunts Max, possessing everyone around him for free therapy.
A Medusa patient (Amy Sedaris) finds that love is blind but still turns to stone.
Still upset about his ex (Ellie Kemper), Max tries to help a Frankenstein (Peter Grosz) who's also falling apart, figuratively and literally.
A sleep-deprived Max helps his succubus secretary Nia, who's struggling with her own past demons.
Max plays monster matchmaker, resulting in a match made in the opposite of heaven.
Max worries he can't treat people, only monsters, but the Invisible Man (Patton Oswalt) teaches him that appearances can be deceiving.
A mermaid (Amber Ruffin) and a musical phantom (Joel Kim Booster) are in love - and out of tune.
The ghost girl from 'The Ring' (Milana Vayntrub) struggles to adapt now that VHS is a thing of the past.
Max's relationship issues get complicated, while his vampire great-grandfather John reconnects with the reincarnation of a lost love.
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Max Seward's patients really are the horrifying monsters they think they are ... because they really are horrifying monsters. But as this para-therapist struggles with his own demons - and his vampire great-grandfather who left him his practice - he learns that the only thing worse than being undead is being unloved.