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River is having second thoughts about how she may not be "the right subject" for the treatments being done to her. She requests a transfer back to a normal school, despite it being "too slow." The video then cuts to another conversation. River says "it's the [[G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate|Pax]]" (a reference to the events of the film ''[[Serenity (film)|Serenity]]''), and makes another non sequitur about a patient who died on the table while the interviewer (apparently a doctor) was performing a surgery which points toward her being a mind-reader as it was something she did not see and was not told but that the interviewer was aware of. She desires very much to see her brother ([[Simon Tam|Simon]]) in person, but the interviewer obliquely denies this request, suggesting that she write to him instead. She reluctantly and sadly dropped the request. In this clip, we notice her to be significantly unhappier (she never cracks a smile, as opposed to smiling cheerfully in the last excerpt, and she even sounded close to tears near the end of the session), and quite troubled. Despite being so, she is still reasonably sane, and was apparently able to control her emotions. That can't be seen as clearly after the video cut, however.
 
River is having second thoughts about how she may not be "the right subject" for the treatments being done to her. She requests a transfer back to a normal school, despite it being "too slow." The video then cuts to another conversation. River says "it's the [[G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate|Pax]]" (a reference to the events of the film ''[[Serenity (film)|Serenity]]''), and makes another non sequitur about a patient who died on the table while the interviewer (apparently a doctor) was performing a surgery which points toward her being a mind-reader as it was something she did not see and was not told but that the interviewer was aware of. She desires very much to see her brother ([[Simon Tam|Simon]]) in person, but the interviewer obliquely denies this request, suggesting that she write to him instead. She reluctantly and sadly dropped the request. In this clip, we notice her to be significantly unhappier (she never cracks a smile, as opposed to smiling cheerfully in the last excerpt, and she even sounded close to tears near the end of the session), and quite troubled. Despite being so, she is still reasonably sane, and was apparently able to control her emotions. That can't be seen as clearly after the video cut, however.
   
This clip also introduces a [[Mathias|Dr. Mathias]] as the person who is apparently in charge of whatever is being done to River. Mathias plays a role later on in the film ''[[Serenity (film)|Serenity]]''.
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This clip also introduces a [[Dr. Mathias]] as the person who is apparently in charge of whatever is being done to River. Mathias plays a role later on in the film ''[[Serenity (film)|Serenity]]''.
   
 
===R. Tam, Session 165 - Excerpt===
 
===R. Tam, Session 165 - Excerpt===
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