Top 5 Medical Doctors

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Anderson and Bryan do some exploratory surgery on the subject of TOP 5 MEDICAL DOCTORS.  Focusing exclusively on those with fictitious medical degrees, they present their favorites to you.

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Download – Duration: 1:43:14


Featured Artists: Aurora, Madly In Dub, Fist Fight In The Parking Lot, The Atomic Aces, Shane Bertrand, Mock Puppet

Click here for a list of films discussed in this episode.



16 thoughts on “Top 5 Medical Doctors

  1. “How bout anyone that Bugs Bunny said hello to?” That’s some funny sh!t.


    Posted by Raquel | May 6, 2015, 2:59 PM
  2. Love the show! I love getting movie recommendations from your show. How about a list of movies you didn’t love as much as everyone else (ie The Constant Gardener). Or a movie you liked or didn’t hate as much as everyone else hates (ie Waterworld) .


    Posted by stillpals@hotmai.com | March 11, 2015, 12:00 PM
  3. Psychiatrists are medical doctors. The have to go to medical school.


    Posted by Abbi | March 11, 2015, 10:35 AM
  4. I listened to a portion of this podcast, but had to stop because I couldn’t stand your bantering, bickering, and chatting. I love the premise of this show though, so I’d like to consume your great ideas and input in the form of a straight-forward written synopsis.


    Posted by Tony Rossano | March 11, 2015, 9:03 AM
  5. No Donald Sutherland (Hawkeye Pierce) or Elliot Gould (Trapper John McIntyre) from the original MASH movie?

    For shame…for shame.


    Posted by Michael | March 10, 2015, 7:29 AM
  6. Topic suggestion: Top Five Scenes Where Characters Meet For the First Time


    Posted by Jude Wells | March 9, 2015, 5:56 PM
  7. Gents:

    wax: verb (used without object), waxed; waxed or (Literary) waxen; waxing.
    1. to increase in extent, quantity, intensity, power, etc.:

    poetic: adjective, Also, poetical
    1.possessing the qualities or charm of poetry: poetic descriptions of nature.

    Put it together: to “wax poetic” means to become increasingly verbose and romantic in speech. To become more and more like a poem.

    What it DOESN’T mean is “to speak at length” or “to continually speak on…” or “to talk a lot about X” or “to talk for 25 fucking minutes about Sixteen Candles, a mediocre movie that is 30 fucking years old”.

    Love the show!


    Posted by Travis | March 8, 2015, 2:05 PM
  8. Listened to the ‘Whiplash’ spoiler at the end,because I had seen that movie. Then they all of a sudden surprise you with a spoiler of ‘Birdman’……..thanks guys.


    Posted by Clinton | March 8, 2015, 8:33 AM
  9. Where was dr Leo Marvin!!!!


    Posted by AH | March 8, 2015, 4:38 AM
  10. Bryan is particularly insufferable during the end of the show. When Anderson attempts to lay down the reality of “Whiplash” he is all “BLAAAAH BLAAAAH BLOPPITY BLAAAAAAAAAAAH” with the interruptions.
    Then he continued with, “this is why the movie is SO great– it has so many interpretations and yadda blah blah.”
    No. It has two interpretations: your interpretation and the correct interpretation– the movie’s actual message, which the screenwriter/director (same person) has stated outright in interviews.
    Granted, the majority of people who have seen it have the wrong interpretation. But that side of human nature made early ’40s Germany possible. I think that it’s the actual study that Chazelle had in mind when he made the movie, not music.
    Also hilarious: Bryan saying, “maybe Fletcher wanted to give the gift of a new musical genius to the world. Maybe that was his ultimate goal.” Yes, Fletcher was just a big philanthropist pussy at heart. Jesus christ….
    Speaking of Miles Teller, I will not watch the craptacular new Fantastic Four. Kate Mara is horrible in anything that isn’t “House of Cards,” and Teller is always…Teller.


    Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | March 7, 2015, 7:37 AM
  11. Please, Bryan, when Anderson loses gambling again, assign him ROAD HARD.


    Posted by the Locked One must suffer | March 6, 2015, 4:42 PM
  12. Boys,

    Doc Holiday was a dentist. He graudated from the University of Pennsylvania dental school.

    Also, more “Better with Biehn” please.


    Posted by Dan B. | March 6, 2015, 4:32 PM

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