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Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Johnny Kolasinski and Dr. Jackson Vane

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Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Johnny Kolasinski and Dr. Jackson Vane

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Real medical professionals and an unqualified amateur talk medical mix-ups in TV and film. Johnny Kolasinski, Dr. Jackson Vane, and guests discuss some of the most glaring mistakes - and unexpected successes - in Hollywood's depictions of injuries, medical maladies, and how the body works.New episodes Tuesdays!

Latest Episodes

Saw 2: "You just become very... juicy."

"They don't BLEED from every orifice, they LEAK from every orifice. There's a difference." This week, we're talking about the medical accuracy of 2005's Saw II with guests Dr. Greg Winter and Dr. Courtney Nicholas. How deadly are the traps, really? Could Jigsaw REALLY have taken a beating from Donnie Wahlberg? Is building torture rooms recommended therapy for a terminal cancer diagnosis?

72 MIN1 d ago
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Saw 2: "You just become very... juicy."

Flatliners: "You can't opt-in to getting murdered"

What's the most medically accurate way to temporarily murder your friends? This week we're discussing 1990's Flatliners, starring Keifer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, Oliver Platt, and Billy Baldwin. Somehow, this film manages to be LESS medically accurate than Human Centipede!

43 MIN1 w ago
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Flatliners: "You can't opt-in to getting murdered"

Human Centipede: "My whole life is poop."

Human Centipede bills itself as 100% accurate, but is it really? Can a movie about sewing people together, face-to-butt, get everything right? We've put together a crack team of physicians - Dr. Jackson and guests Dr. Greg Winter and Dr. Courtney Nicholas - to investigate as part of our #Hortober series.

63 MIN2 w ago
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Human Centipede: "My whole life is poop."

Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle: "I didn't get pimped in my med school interviews"

Jackson and Johnny discuss the medical moments in the 2004 stoner classic Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle. In reality, it's very unlikely that your surgeon's brother will perform your operation, even if he is interviewing at prestigious med schools. Towards the end, Johnny learns all about intraosseous infusion, which is like getting an IV except it involves drilling into your bones.

32 MIN3 w ago
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Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle: "I didn't get pimped in my med school interviews"

The Office: The Injury - "Don't photobomb your kid's X-ray."

People put all sorts of things on burns. Butter... mayonnaise... mustard. This week we discuss the medical accuracy of "The Injury," S02E12 of The Office - and for once, we're talking mostly about what a show gets right! This episode does an excellent job depicting the progression of Dwight's concussion, and while Michael does everything wrong in treating his burnt foot, the things he gets wrong are all mistakes Jackson and other doctors see patients making on a regular basis.

35 MINSEP 24
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The Office: The Injury - "Don't photobomb your kid's X-ray."

Bond: Die Another Day - "He's Getting A DNA-ectomy"

"First, we're gonna wipe out your bone marrow and clean out your DNA." Johnny, Dr. Jackson, and guest Dr. Greg Winter discuss the glaring medical inaccuracies of the James Bond film Die Another Day. The biggest issues are related to "DNA replacement therapy, but this movie has everything! Shock paddles! Coma recovery fight scenes! Traumatic brain injury! How is it that this film is less medically accurate than Crank?

35 MINSEP 17
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Bond: Die Another Day - "He's Getting A DNA-ectomy"

Seinfeld: The Junior Mint

"Well, You Can't Eat Around a Surgical Mask" Johnny, Dr. Jackson, and guest Dr. Greg Winter discuss the medical accuracy of the Junior Mint episode of Seinfeld and why modern safeguards would prevent it from taking place today. Plus, Greg and Jackson talk about their experiences in the operating room -- which aren't as glamorous as you'd think -- and one unexpected way "E.R." shaped today's doctors. We'd like to apologize to any anesthesiologists in the audience, especially those listening at work.

33 MINSEP 10
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Seinfeld: The Junior Mint

Star Trek Voyager: Phage - "ECMO won't be the hot cleanse of the season."

"His lungs have been removed." Johnny and Jackson discuss Star Trek: Voyager S01E05: "Phage," wherein Neelix's lungs are removed and he needs holographic replacements. Jackson learns that the Doctor is the hardest working hologram in medicine! Johnny gets grossed out for the first time in the history of this show! Once again, there's not enough blood!

35 MINSEP 3
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Star Trek Voyager: Phage - "ECMO won't be the hot cleanse of the season."

Crank: Brought to you by "High-tech sci-fi Chinese synthetic stuff"

This week Dr. Greg Winter joins us to talk about the bad medicine behind Jason Statham's 2006 action classic "Crank." Is it medically accurate? No. Is it awesome? Absolutely. Surprisingly, it also includes one of the most professional doctoring scenes we've seen so far! Hi Everybody on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hieverybodyMD Hi Everybody on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HiEverybodyMD/

42 MINAUG 28
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Crank: Brought to you by "High-tech sci-fi Chinese synthetic stuff"

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: "Octupus Trap Heart is My New Country Single!"

Could Padme really have died of a broken heart? Surprisingly, yes! This week, Dr. Jackson Vane and Johnny Kolasinski discuss the medical accuracy of two major scenes from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Our key takeaway? The "two scoops" midwife droid is terrifying!

28 MINAUG 21
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Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: "Octupus Trap Heart is My New Country Single!"

Latest Episodes

Saw 2: "You just become very... juicy."

"They don't BLEED from every orifice, they LEAK from every orifice. There's a difference." This week, we're talking about the medical accuracy of 2005's Saw II with guests Dr. Greg Winter and Dr. Courtney Nicholas. How deadly are the traps, really? Could Jigsaw REALLY have taken a beating from Donnie Wahlberg? Is building torture rooms recommended therapy for a terminal cancer diagnosis?

72 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Saw 2: "You just become very... juicy."

Flatliners: "You can't opt-in to getting murdered"

What's the most medically accurate way to temporarily murder your friends? This week we're discussing 1990's Flatliners, starring Keifer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, Oliver Platt, and Billy Baldwin. Somehow, this film manages to be LESS medically accurate than Human Centipede!

43 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Flatliners: "You can't opt-in to getting murdered"

Human Centipede: "My whole life is poop."

Human Centipede bills itself as 100% accurate, but is it really? Can a movie about sewing people together, face-to-butt, get everything right? We've put together a crack team of physicians - Dr. Jackson and guests Dr. Greg Winter and Dr. Courtney Nicholas - to investigate as part of our #Hortober series.

63 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Human Centipede: "My whole life is poop."

Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle: "I didn't get pimped in my med school interviews"

Jackson and Johnny discuss the medical moments in the 2004 stoner classic Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle. In reality, it's very unlikely that your surgeon's brother will perform your operation, even if he is interviewing at prestigious med schools. Towards the end, Johnny learns all about intraosseous infusion, which is like getting an IV except it involves drilling into your bones.

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle: "I didn't get pimped in my med school interviews"

The Office: The Injury - "Don't photobomb your kid's X-ray."

People put all sorts of things on burns. Butter... mayonnaise... mustard. This week we discuss the medical accuracy of "The Injury," S02E12 of The Office - and for once, we're talking mostly about what a show gets right! This episode does an excellent job depicting the progression of Dwight's concussion, and while Michael does everything wrong in treating his burnt foot, the things he gets wrong are all mistakes Jackson and other doctors see patients making on a regular basis.

35 MINSEP 24
Comments
The Office: The Injury - "Don't photobomb your kid's X-ray."

Bond: Die Another Day - "He's Getting A DNA-ectomy"

"First, we're gonna wipe out your bone marrow and clean out your DNA." Johnny, Dr. Jackson, and guest Dr. Greg Winter discuss the glaring medical inaccuracies of the James Bond film Die Another Day. The biggest issues are related to "DNA replacement therapy, but this movie has everything! Shock paddles! Coma recovery fight scenes! Traumatic brain injury! How is it that this film is less medically accurate than Crank?

35 MINSEP 17
Comments
Bond: Die Another Day - "He's Getting A DNA-ectomy"

Seinfeld: The Junior Mint

"Well, You Can't Eat Around a Surgical Mask" Johnny, Dr. Jackson, and guest Dr. Greg Winter discuss the medical accuracy of the Junior Mint episode of Seinfeld and why modern safeguards would prevent it from taking place today. Plus, Greg and Jackson talk about their experiences in the operating room -- which aren't as glamorous as you'd think -- and one unexpected way "E.R." shaped today's doctors. We'd like to apologize to any anesthesiologists in the audience, especially those listening at work.

33 MINSEP 10
Comments
Seinfeld: The Junior Mint

Star Trek Voyager: Phage - "ECMO won't be the hot cleanse of the season."

"His lungs have been removed." Johnny and Jackson discuss Star Trek: Voyager S01E05: "Phage," wherein Neelix's lungs are removed and he needs holographic replacements. Jackson learns that the Doctor is the hardest working hologram in medicine! Johnny gets grossed out for the first time in the history of this show! Once again, there's not enough blood!

35 MINSEP 3
Comments
Star Trek Voyager: Phage - "ECMO won't be the hot cleanse of the season."

Crank: Brought to you by "High-tech sci-fi Chinese synthetic stuff"

This week Dr. Greg Winter joins us to talk about the bad medicine behind Jason Statham's 2006 action classic "Crank." Is it medically accurate? No. Is it awesome? Absolutely. Surprisingly, it also includes one of the most professional doctoring scenes we've seen so far! Hi Everybody on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hieverybodyMD Hi Everybody on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HiEverybodyMD/

42 MINAUG 28
Comments
Crank: Brought to you by "High-tech sci-fi Chinese synthetic stuff"

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: "Octupus Trap Heart is My New Country Single!"

Could Padme really have died of a broken heart? Surprisingly, yes! This week, Dr. Jackson Vane and Johnny Kolasinski discuss the medical accuracy of two major scenes from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Our key takeaway? The "two scoops" midwife droid is terrifying!

28 MINAUG 21
Comments
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: "Octupus Trap Heart is My New Country Single!"