Still, even as Holofcener downplays the autobiographical nature of some elements, she cheerfully admits to others. Like therapy -- Amelia's therapist is her security blanket, while Laura is in training to become a therapist. "Sick as it may be, in my circle, therapy is a fact of life," Holofcener shrugs. "Most everybody I know has either been in therapy, or is in therapy, or has just gotten out of therapy, or should be in therapy. It's the same with antidepressants. I say to my husband, 'Everyone I know is on Prozac.' And he says, 'Well look who you know.'" After viewing Walking and Talking, you'll feel like you know them too.