The Late Movies: Famous Doctors

Mark Arminio

Yesterday, Senator Harry Reid rolled out the Senate version of the health care reform bill. At 2,074 pages, it's enough to make your head explode. For tonight's Late Movies, we invite you to take your mind off the debate with some clips of amazing doctors at work.

Here are ten of Dr. J's top dunks from his storied, Hall of Fame career.

I am a child of The Muppets. Here is the Tom Waits-esque Dr. Teeth explaining "Mack The Knife" to Sam The Eagle.

Here's the former kid doctor, Neil Patrick Harris, performing the Doogie Howser, M.D. theme song on Saturday Night Live.

The 70's were a terrifying time to watch commercials. Still, it doesn't detract from one of America's most delicious doctors: Dr. Pepper. Bonus appearance by Popeye.

Here's some bootleg footage of Doc Brown's cameo in the video played at The Simpsons Ride at Universal Studios.

Fox In Sox was one of my parents' LEAST favorite books of all time. After this dynamic reading from Dr. Seuss, you can easily see why.

Dr. Evil, from the original Austin Powers, shares his feelings in group therapy.

And finally, while McCoy is NOT a lot of things, darn it Jim, he IS a doctor.

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