A good paragraph always begins with a topic sentence that makes a clear statement about the subject (topic) to be written about; in addition, it expresses a precise opinion. Now, in your paragraph the topic sentence seems to be the the second to the last one; so, you should move it to the beginning of the paragraph, revising a little, also:
The ______[ use the title rather than writing "the show"]focuses upon Dick's and Tommy's interpersonal relationships and the problems resulting from them that they deal with by emotional eating.
Now, use transitional words to connect sentences because you want your ideas to be coherent and "flow" together for your reader. Following the instructions of the previous post, be sure to give background information on all the characters. Then, arrange the sentences in an orderly fashion by connecting ideas with more information and transitions. For example, in the next sentence after the topic sentence, explain what Dick and Dr. Albright's relationship has been, then write "after.....eating too much (do not use "a lot"; this expression is too informal)."
After the words "compensate [insert for] Mary, then explain who Sally is. And, if you wish to add that humor is used, include examples of this humor as you describe what the characters do rather than just inserting this sentence at the end, which now, as the paragraph is written, is like a second thought which disrupts the unity of your paragraph rather than enhancing it.
For you aid, see the link below on writing "a perfect paragraph." Good luck!