Monday, May 23, 2016

Doctor In The UnbelievaBase

We've told you a lot about our exploits over the years. We've related tales of villains we've dealt with, celebs we know, ladies we've met (Hello, ladies!!!) disguises we've worn, annoying pipe-smoking toddlers we've kicked through plate glass windows, cars we've driven, even records we listen to. One thing we've never discussed, though, is our doctor.

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.

Now, I know what you're thinking. That's a made up name, eh? Well, you could not be more wrong. 

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.
Here are a few pics of Dr. Hardick at work.

"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.

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