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Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast
60 minutes | 9 days ago
46. The Simpsons: Homer's Triple Bypass - "Remember your hippopotamus oath!"
So it's come to this: Johnny, Dr. Jackson, and guest Dr. Greg Winter discuss "Homer's Triple Bypass," featuring one of the best early appearances of our patron saint, Dr. Nick Riviera. In this episode, Dr. Hibbert shocks Homer when he's clearly flatlined. I hope someone got fired for THAT blunder.
60 minutes | 16 days ago
45. The Good Doctor: Frontline - "It's Chekhov's ventilator."
Johnny and Dr. Jackson share their personal experiences dealing with Covid-19 as they discuss "Frontline," the 2-part season premiere of The Good Doctor. Jackson didn't LIKE these episodes of television, but he still gave it high marks for accuracy - although the doctors should have worn their damn masks.
30 minutes | 23 days ago
44. Bob's Burgers: Worms of In-Rear-Ment - "The technical term is pruritus ani."
It's a topic we've been itching to cover - pinworms! Jackson and Johnny discuss Bob's Burgers S11E02, "Terms of En-Rear-Ment," and Johnny gets seriously skeeved out. The Poop Knife facebook.com/hieverybodyMD | twitter.com/hieverybodyMD | instagram.com/hieverybodyMD
41 minutes | a month ago
43. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Charlie's Home Alone & The Gang Wins the Big Game - "The Penguin has kidney stones. That's canon."
Dr. Jackson and Johnny discuss "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" S13E08 and S13E09, wherein the gang helps the Eagles win the Super Bowl... I mean a major sporting event. We all know Charlie should have died years ago, but how medically accurate is his repeatedly surviving a bear trap?
60 minutes | a month ago
42. Midsommar - "Our unreliable narrator is drugs." - Updated
It's a shortened #hortober as we cover Midsommar, 2019's fun-filled romp through the fields of Sweden. This film sets a new record for medical accuracy for the way it handles physical injuries, emotional trauma, and waking up on Ambien. *This episode was previously released Tuesday, 10/26 with some audio issues that have been corrected.
30 minutes | a month ago
41. A.P. Bio: Mr. Pistachio - "Your enemies are polyps and poo."
Johnny and Dr. Jackson discuss the medical accuracy of the A.P. Bio season three episode "Mr. Pistachio," where Jack gets a colonoscopy. It does a great job - but it needed more bathroom breaks. Johnny also gets to discuss the accuracy of the show's depiction of Toledo, Ohio.
44 minutes | 2 months ago
40. Crank 2 - "It's like Crank 1 but without the heart"
We're back! Johnny and Dr. Jackson are joined by Dr. Courtney Nicholas and Dr. Greg Winter to discuss the 2009's "Crank 2." Jason Statham's heart has been removed and he needs to be zapped with electricity every four minutes or else he'll die. It makes complete sense if you've seen Crank 1 - but is it medically accurate?
63 minutes | 6 months ago
39. West Wing: In the Shadow of Two Gunmen - "The President Should Be Naked"
Johnny is drinking from the keg of glory - finally, a West Wing episode! We're discussing the two part season two premiere, "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen." The episode gains points for the way it handles a high-stakes trauma situation, but loses points thanks to Dr. Abbie Bartlet, whose medical resume would be literally impossible to obtain IRL.
87 minutes | 7 months ago
38. Chicago Med: Got a Friend in Me - "What IS a Cow?"
Johnny and Dr. Jackson are joined by Dr. Scott Herskovitz to discuss our very first episode of "Chicago Med," season five's "Got a Friend in Me." Executive producer Dick Wplf managed to squeeze FIVE cases into a drama-filled forty eight minutes, mostly by cutting extraneous nonsense like medical accuracy and likable characters.
65 minutes | 7 months ago
37. The Resident: Whistleblower - "We needed a feel-good episode right now."
This week we're joined by our resident "The Resident" expert, Dr. Courtney Nicholas, to discuss S03E10 of Fox's medical drama. "The Whistleblower" is significantly more medically accurate than Johnny expected - even if doctors usually aren't ceremoniously stripped of their pagers when they're fired. In this episode we talk a bit about issues like teen suicide - if you need someone to talk to, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or go to nami.org for more resources.
47 minutes | 7 months ago
36. Bloodsport - "Could a Jean-Claude Van Damme exist in real life?"
We're following up "No Holds Barred" with an 80's brawler classic that's actually, you know, good. Unlike Frank Dux, the title of Jean-Claude Van Damme's "Bloodsport" isn't full of lies - this film actually has enough blood! But how medically accurate can a movie based on a "true story" about a made-up street fighting tournament actually be?
43 minutes | 8 months ago
35. No Holds Barred - "Randy with his stupid face and paralyzed... badness."
In honor of socially distanced Wrestlemania, we're discussing Hulk Hogan's 1989 masterpiece "No Holds Barred." Is it medically accurate? No. Is it an inspiring tale of one man's triumph against adversity and corruption in the entertainment world? Also no. This film was delicately crafted by Hulk Hogan and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon over the course of a long weekend, and their attention to detail really shines through. Also there's poop jokes.
45 minutes | 8 months ago
34. Scrubs: My Cabbage - "It's really hard to get septic shock from Mike & Ikes"
Recorded live in isolation, it's our first shelter-in-place episode! This week, Johnny and Dr. Jackson discuss "Scrubs" S05E12 and S05E13, "My Cabbage" and "My Five Stages." Jackson picked these episodes because they make it very clear WHY we're all hanging out at home right now. Hint: it's not because we keep confusing candy for suppositories.
30 minutes | 9 months ago
33. Brooklyn 99: 9 Days - "Extreme Testicular Discomfort"
With the increasing global focus on Covid-19, we're discussing quarantine procedures and preventable outbreaks in a story ripped from the headlines (of 2015). In Brooklyn 99's "9 Days," Captain Raymond Holt and Detective Jake Peralta are quarantined together after contracting mumps from a suspect. Their facial deformities aren't really goiters, but we still call this episode 160-180% medically accurate - a new record!
32 minutes | 9 months ago
32. Seinfeld: The Suicide - "Tums Induced Coma?"
Jackson, Johnny, and Dr. Greg Winter discuss Seinfeld's "The Suicide," where Jerry dates a coma patient's girlfriend, Elaine fasts for three days, and we learn Kramer's lost his vacuum. The most important question of the episode is, of course, "is this more accurate than The Human Centipede?" A close second this week: "would YOU trust a pregnant and smoking psychic? Our intro this week comes from Lore School: the world's best, most radical, and possibly only "Monster High" podcast. :Lore School on Spotify Lore School on Apple Podcasts Lore School on Instagram Lore School's RSS Feed
39 minutes | 10 months ago
31. Lost: All Cowboys Have Daddy Issues - "Communal stethoscopes kind of weird me out"
"Lost's" Jack Shephard is a neurosurgeon - so why's he fixing a severed hepatic artery? This week Johnny and Dr. Jackson discuss an episode of Lost which really sheds light into Jack's daddy issues, as well as seeing an incredibly successful cardiac thump. Also, Boone's in this one. Remember Boone?
69 minutes | 10 months ago
30. Lucy - "My favorite class in med school was brain!"
According to "Lucy," we only use ten percent of our brain. Which is true, in the same way that we only use 33% of a stoplight. This week we're discussing a 2014 Scarlett Johanssen film that is, by our estimation, 10% as medically accurate as "The Human Centipede." FYI, this movie got us pretty riled up, and we do end up using some adult language.
32 minutes | 10 months ago
29. Scrubs: My Life in Four Cameras - "Wuhan coronavirus ain't nothin' to fu.."
Wuhan coranavirus is in the news, and when there's media hysteria, hospitals get overrun. That makes this a good time to FINALLY cover "Scrubs,"where an E. Coli outbreak sends hypochondriacs stampeding into Sacred Heart.
23 minutes | 10 months ago
28. Hitch - "ACK!!!! ACCCCK!!!!"
"I looked just like Hitch!" That's what allergist Dr. Nisha Shah hears from some new patients - or at least new patients in their 30s - when they describe their first serious allergic reaction. She and frequent guest Dr. Courtney Nicholas join us to discuss a surprisingly accurate scene from 2005's "Hitch."
56 minutes | 10 months ago
27. House MD: Safe - "They're probably centrifuging the sperm"
In this episode, Johnny learns it's possible to have a semen allergy. Dr. Jackson Vane and Johnny Kolasinski are joined by Dr. Greg Winter and first-time guest Dr. Nisha Shah to discuss S02E16 of House, MD, "Safe." As a note, we discuss adult reproductive functions in this episode, so it might not be suitable for children or workplace listening. Have a question? Give us a call at 530-DOCTORB or find us on social media @hieverybodymd!
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