Therapy Wars is a side mission in South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
Plot details follow.
After completing Ghost Reconciler, this mission will become available when The New Kid joins Freedom Pals. If Ghost Reconciler was completed before, Wonder Tweek will mention the counseling and invite the New Kid to come.
To begin, meet up with Craig, Tweek, and Mr. Mackey in the school gym. Here, Mr. Mackey tries to get the couple talk about the relationship. However, it doesn't go with any improvement on the way. Tweek and Craig are obviously not going to talk due to their broken relationship, and the New Kid won't talk because...... they never do.
Eventually, Mr.Mackey decides Tweek and Craig should face their "Expectations", along with many other relationship issues. The confrontation is quickly revealed to be a direct one, and you get the chance to join them.
The battle is not too hard. Eventually, it will appear that expectations will continue to overwhelm you. Only then will Tweek and Craig overcome their differences and unlock a new ultimate move.
Use this to knock out the remaining enemies. This ultimate does massive damage while also confusing each target. You can now use this Ultimate Move when controlling Tweek or Craig in battle.
Note: The Eros Eruption will be a permanent replacement of both Tweek's and Craig's respective ultimate powers after completion of this mission.
You also will receive the Triumph of the Heart artifact, and both the Super Craig Character Sheet and the Wonder Tweek Character Sheet.
- The soundtrack while executing the Eros Eruption power is an extract of "Let's Fighting Love" song from "Good Times with Weapons".
- Upon completion of the mission, both Tweek and Craig will have supportive dialogue towards each other when both are used in battle. This is in contrast to the negative sentiments heard from them prior.
- After the mission, two boys will remain lying on the gymnasium grounds. They will respond when the New Kid farts or throws Snap N Pops at them.