The Parsley Report is a light-hearted look at mental health through a series of fictional characters, intended primarily for children.
PARSLEY: How you doing, Freddie?
FREDDIE: I’m depressed.
FERN: Oh no!
PARSLEY: Better depressed than a raging beast! Cheer up, Freddie, Christmas soon!
FRUIT BAT: Have you forgotten me?
FERN: No, Fruit Bat, not at all. It’s just that we’ve been calming Freddie.
PARSLEY: Of course, even Freddie cares for the children, but it’s hard for him, with his condition.
FERN: Yes, Parsley, quite right. Anyone seen the others?
FRUIT BAT: I saw Smokie slink off to the flea market.
FREDDIE: Keep Smokie away from me. He gets me blind.
PROFESSOR PLUM: Interesting. I may research that relationship, Freddie, with your signature?
FERN: Not so fast, Prof. Freddie needs space.
PARSLEY: Quite right, Fern. Now, let’s calm down with tea and cake.