You know, since the boards are back and I have a nice back log, I'm gonna kick it off with a memo from Dr. Karastee. From the desk of Dr. Gawynn Karastee Over the weeks since his initial ECT treatment course, I have been observing Zuckuss and his treatment has been progressing admirably. He had responded well to his ECT, and I will schedule him for monthly maintenance treatments. He has also maintained good behavior, which supports the theory that his outbursts were triggered by inmate involvement. If Zuckuss maintains this behavior on a consistent basis for one full month, I will put in a recommendation to have him be acclimated to the honor programs. However, there is an upcoming change in Zuckuss's routine that I am concerned about. Recently, Dr. Melmit Waltrap from the Behavioral Health Unit of Republic Central has been called in and the acting warden has expressed interest in having Dr. Waltrap work with Zuckuss. Dr. Waltrap is a respected individual, but I worry how this change will affect Zuckuss. Zuckuss responds well to constants and routine. He had functioned in the past with the assistance of 4-LOM. I had attempted to maintain a constant presence, while requesting that his guards and security detail do the same. Dr. Waltrap's presence may upset this balance, which may trigger a relapse of Zuckuss's symptoms. I will explain my concerns with the warden and see what can be done to make this transition as smooth as possible. Though, it has come to my attention that this change may be in response to my involvement in Zuckuss's care. I will speak to the warden regarding this and I will not allow him to take me off the case. Zuckuss has shown signs of a promising prognosis, and giving his case to another doctor may undo that.