This morning, we got an email from one of our fans with a question we had never been asked before, from Emma Royds of Zolfo Springs, FL:
I love reading about all your exploits and adventures, but you guys sure do get yourselves into some scrapes. You never mention getting any injuries, though - are you super-human or do just have a really good physician?
Your pal, Emma
Well, Emma, we do like to think that we are pretty resilient but we're definitely not (quite) superhuman. We do get the occasional boo-boo or owie. And when we do, it's the job of this man to fix us up.
|This, folks, is our personal physician, Dr. B.J. Hardick, treating Michael for an ear infection.|
|Here's his name tag if you want proof.|
It isn't his birth name, though. He changed it from Dr. I. Sawyer-Bitz, so it's an improvement.
He has a nurse who assists him in his daily duties.
|Her name is Angie O'Gram, and she's very small. Seen here is Clark with a headache.|
|"Say aaaah." "Why?" "My dog's died."|
|That's right, Dr. Hardick was also personal physician to The King. Apparently Elvis was so concerned for his health that Dr. Hardick needed four assistants to keep up with his needs.|
|Not really sure what's going on here. Move along.|
|"Where's my Ibuprofen?" Clark still has a headache.|
Michael and Clark will tell you more medical tales later in the week.