Convicted shoplifter Winona Ryder needs to see a shrink — at least that's what prosecutors are recommending in advance of the actress's sentencing Friday. In a memo released Tuesday, District Attorney Ann Rundle said Ryder should undergo drug counseling because at the time of her arrest last year, she possessed eight different prescription painkillers. Rundle also recommended Ryder do community service and pay $26,000 in fines.