Aug 16, 2022
We're talkin' baseball - specifically, the steroid scandal that's all over San Diego news, as well as 1989's "Major League." Johnny, Dr. Jackson, and Dr. Greg Winter answer the most pressing question: if the Human Centipede was marketed as 100% medically accurate, how medically accurate does that make Tatis's excuse?
Jul 20, 2022
With San Diego Comic-Con just a few days away, here's a bonus episode - it's our panel from Wondercon 2022! Johnny and Dr. Jackson are joined by Drs. Eva Farrelly, Courtney Nicholas, and Greg Winter to talk about what superhero movies and shows get right and wrong about medicines, injuries, and how the body works.
Jul 19, 2022
Johnny and Dr. Jackson are back to discuss S12E09 of The Simpsons. "HOMR." Will putting crayons up your nose make you stupid? Unlikely. Will removing the crayon make you more intelligent? Less likely. Is Moe performing brain surgery funnier than bringing in Dr. Nick Riviera? Absolutely not.
We'll be discussing bad...
Dec 21, 2021
Johnny and Dr. Jackson discuss S0302 "Parasites Lost," where worms make Fry graceful and intelligent. It's an amazing episode, but is it medically accurate? Not technically...
Dec 14, 2021
Of course we're going to talk about the Peloton incident! This week Johnny and Dr. Jackson discuss the medical accuracy of "When in Rome," the series premiere of And Just Like That, Sex and the City's sequel series.