The Doctors is the Most Retarded Daytime TV Show on the Air

Are you one of those people who calls in sick to work so you can watch crap-ass Daytime TV? If so, maybe you have seen a talk show called The Doctors, featuring former The Bachelor contestant, Dr. Travis Stork.  Long story short, it’s got a panel of “Medical Experts” trying to keep a straight face while discussing “Hot Button” medical topics. I’ve never really watched the show, because I work for a living, but I’ve seen clips of it on You Tube, and here’s my diagnosis: The Doctors is retarded. These guys are complete quacks. A week or so ago they were trying to convince anyone who’s stupid enough to take this show seriously that it is not only actually happening but even possible that women are rampantly inserting tampons soaked with VODKA into their snatch for kicks. Not only is this idea absurd to the point of bordering on urban legend but it’s honestly impossible to do. I mean, unless you’re into fisting yourself or there’s some kind of tiny “tampon shoe horn” type device you’d be using, no way. Today I saw clip on one of the blogs I read regularly where The Doctors are showing you how to properly wipe your ass. I wish I was making this up. What I want to know is who blew a goat to get this show on the air?

0 thoughts on “The Doctors is the Most Retarded Daytime TV Show on the Air

  1. Ha,ha,ha,ha! Hilarious! I miss all the fun stuff living in Australia. Wonder if we can get this absurdity on satellite??
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  2. When I was a youngster in Calif USA (1960s) my grandparents send us a Whirly Gig. Four kids maximum, or two sitting across from each other, could ride a ground based device approx. 10 feet across, movable hand bars and foot pumps, counter moving but connected to the hand bars, help propel the device around and around. Top speed was limited to how long you could hold on…

  3. I watched today’s episode about new ways kids are doing drugs these days. I found it ironic that the show comes on around the time that kids are getting home from school and, to me, it was like a how-to show on new ways to get high. I am a 30 year old woman and when I saw one of the doctors give full instruction on how to make a Vodka Inhaler with dry ice I was like – wow! That’s kinda cool! Maybe if I just did a little bit of that – I would be able to get drunk without the effects of drinking on my stomach. I mean seriously! Was it necessary to show exactly HOW to do it? It was like watching a how-to video. LOL. And then they had the guy call in on the air who they had just shown bonging a 5th of vodka. I thought he was going to tell how sick he had gotten, but instead they have him on the air talking about how he drank more than just that and he was FINE! And he “does it all the time” and nothing bad happens. What was the point of that?? I mean I sure didn’t learn any lesson from that… Seriously?

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