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Hudson Young
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The Shrink Next Door



Journalist Joe Nocera assumed Ike Herschkopf, a New York-based therapist, owned the vacation house next door to his in the Hamptons and that a man named Marty Markowitz, whom he saw taking care of the grounds, was the property manager. When he later found out that Markowitz, in fact, owned the house, and that Herschkopf simply acted like he owned it, he began investigating.




The Shrink Next Door


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In 1986, Herschkopf convinced Markowitz to buy the house next to his Southampton home, after which he took over the place and moved his patient to the guest quarters, banning him from storing food in the main house. Markowitz would later change his will to make Herschkopf's wife the sole recipient of the entire estate and gave Herschkopf power of attorney. The therapist would throw huge parties, inviting celebrity guests, with Markowitz telling the podcast: "People thought I was the caretaker."


What happens next is a little more complicated. Herschkopf, who insists on being called "Dr. Ike," eventually worms his way into Markowitz's life so deeply, he gets his patient to support him financially in a myriad of unethical ways. Dr. Ike overbills him, serves as a consultant at the fabric business and essentially takes over Marty's summer home in the Hamptons, throwing parties where the therapist poses as the homeowner.


In 1986, Herschkopf convinced Marty to buy the house next to his Southampton home, after which he took over the place and moved his patient to the guest quarters, banning him from storing food in the main house - people even thought Marty was the caretaker of the property, not the owner.


Question: What do Kathryn Hahn and Paul Rudd have to do to get some love from the Emmy Awards next year? Answer: Star in a buzzworthy AppleTV+ limited series that is one-part psychological drama, one-part dark comedy.


"He'd host star-studded parties at his eccentric vacation house. But one summer, Joe discovered that Ike was gone and everything he'd thought he'd known about his neighbor - and the house next door - was wrong. The Shrink Next Door is a story about power, control and turning to the wrong person for help for three decades."


I am a music journalist based in New York City. My byline has appeared in The Huffington Post, Billboard, Mashable, Noisey, The Hollywood Reporter, MTV, Fuse, and dozens of other magazines and blogs around the world. I love following charts and the biggest and most successful names in the industry, and I'm always interested in highlighting incredible feats and discovering what's next. 041b061a72


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