The long, hot summer finds András in the heart of the Bohemian quarters of Downtown. Here he rents a bachelor apartment and runs several kilometers every morning, so his body and soul should both be in outstanding condition. His optimism is shattered by a sudden blow from the past; one Sunday morning György Abonyi appears on his doorstep and gives an ultimatum to the good doctor: he should terminate his praxis, otherwise he would be sued and brought to the ethics committee because of the death of Máté. The guilt of András resurfaces and it doesn't help, either, that he is to deal with perhaps the hardest cases of his career. On Mondays Ferenc, the well-known politician sits on his couch, who has panic attacks, which could easily be attributed to the corruption scandal he found himself in. However, their conversations explored much deeper causes. On Tuesday a former patient of András calls for a new appointment. The successful lawyer Orsolya accuses the therapist of persuading her to get an abortion 16 years ago. As their sessions progress, it becomes clear that what happened in the past and how it happened is not what both of them suppose. Old acquaintances arrive for the Wednesday sessions, but this time not Petra and Tamás is the center of therapy, rather their overweight, adolescent son Misi. By her admission, the patient on Thursday, a college student in her twenties, loves living too much. Slowly it dawns on András that all this is just the surface, Virág struggles with a lethal illness. On Fridays András returns to his former mentor, and although first he only contacts Ágnes for an expert opinion, soon the treatment of the therapist resumes.