Some states allow you to simply show your out-of-state license in order to get licensed in the new state, with the understanding that if you passed the test in the other state, you're fine. But DE required him to show his out-of-state license AND take a little test.
Part of the test required him to read a real-life scenario and then be able to provide the correct personality diagnosis. The real-life scenario was about Betty Broderick who shot and killed her sleeping ex-husband Dan and his much younger 2nd wife in 1989.
Most people would have had to read through the lengthy description of the people, situation, and circumstances in order to provide the correct diagnosis, but not Spouse. He provided the correct diagnosis without taking the time to read the lengthy scenario at all. How could he do this?
Because of watching Lifetime, TV for Women (and gay men).
You see, years ago Spouse & I had watched the dramatic TV movie "A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story" on Lifetime.
We were particularly amused when Betty (played by Meredith Baxter) ran her Chevy Suburban right into the living room of her ex-husband's house. Really, how can you ask for more entertainment than that? And it was a true story!
In fact, the film was so inspirational to Spouse that occasionally he will threaten me by warning: "Don't make me run the Suburban into the living room!" and then we both laugh. We even owed a Suburban for 4 years.