Conan Has A Post-"Hot Ones" Check Up With Dr. Arroyo | Conan O'Brien Needs A Fan

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Summary

TLDRIn this humorous and unconventional transcript, a podcast host interviews his physician, Dr. Royo, who accompanied him on a recent appearance on the show 'Hot Ones'. The host's behavior on the show raised many questions, leading to this follow-up discussion. Dr. Royo's peculiar medical practices are highlighted, including his preference for meeting patients in restaurants, conducting exams in public restrooms, and accepting only cash payments. The conversation takes a comedic turn as they discuss the doctor's unorthodox methods, such as using a stethoscope on the host's tongue and a misinterpretation of taking the host's pulse. Despite the lighthearted tone, Dr. Royo assures he is qualified, having graduated at the top of his class from an undisclosed medical school. The host playfully challenges the doctor's credibility, while the doctor maintains a good-natured defense of his practices. The summary concludes with Dr. Royo writing a prescription and the host paying in cash, emphasizing the doctor's affordable services.

Takeaways

  • 🎤 The host of the podcast usually interviews fans but decided to do something different by inviting Dr. Royo, who accompanied him on the show 'Hot Ones'.
  • 🌶️ The host's appearance on 'Hot Ones' attracted a lot of attention and raised many questions about his unusual behavior and the presence of his doctor.
  • 👩‍⚕️ Dr. Royo was present during the 'Hot Ones' show due to health concerns, which is why he became a topic of discussion.
  • 📍 The host and Dr. Royo met in an unconventional way outside the Mayo Clinic, which led to their ongoing doctor-patient relationship.
  • 🤔 Dr. Royo's legitimacy as a doctor was questioned by some viewers of the 'Hot Ones' episode, but he insists he attended medical school.
  • 🏥 Dr. Royo does not have a traditional office and prefers to meet patients in public places like restaurants, using the restroom for examinations.
  • 💵 Dr. Royo prefers to be paid in cash, which he claims is a simpler way of doing business with less paperwork and less involvement from the IRS.
  • 😂 The host humorously points out some peculiar practices of Dr. Royo, such as applying a stethoscope to his tongue and a misunderstood 'taking his pulse' moment.
  • 💊 Dr. Royo has prescribed medication to the host but then takes it back, supposedly to prevent addiction, in a practice that the host finds puzzling.
  • 🧐 The host expresses confusion about Dr. Royo's medical practices and the value he provides as a physician.
  • 👍 Despite the oddities, Dr. Royo is praised by the host for being affordable and always available for appointments.

Q & A

  • What is the unusual aspect of the guest's appearance on the podcast?

    -The guest, Dr. Royo, is not a typical fan but a physician who accompanied the host on a show called Hot Ones, which attracted a lot of attention and raised questions about his behavior and medical practices.

  • Why did the host bring Dr. Royo on the podcast?

    -The host wanted to address the numerous questions and comments from viewers about Dr. Royo's unusual behavior and practices during the Hot Ones show.

  • How did the host and Dr. Royo initially meet?

    -The host met Dr. Royo outside the Mayo Clinic when he overheard someone asking for a second opinion and found Dr. Royo, who was not dressed as a doctor at the time.

  • Why does Dr. Royo prefer to meet patients outside of a traditional office setting?

    -Dr. Royo claims to be more accessible to patients by meeting them in various locations around the city, such as restaurants, and finds it less stressful for the patients.

  • What is unusual about Dr. Royo's billing practices?

    -Dr. Royo prefers to be paid in cash, which he says results in less paperwork and accounting, and keeps the IRS unaware of his business practices.

  • Why does Dr. Royo insist on using the restroom in the restaurant for medical exams?

    -Dr. Royo says the restroom has mirrors, a counter, and a baby changing station, which provides the necessary equipment for a full exam.

  • What is the nature of the prescription Dr. Royo gives to the host?

    -The host mentions that Dr. Royo has prescribed him pills that he didn't think he needed, and Dr. Royo takes them back to prevent the host from getting addicted.

  • Why does Dr. Royo always carry a dirty lab coat?

    -Dr. Royo suggests that the lab coat gets dirty because he has to be more aggressive in performing exams when patients are reluctant.

  • How does Dr. Royo's approach to medicine differ from traditional medical practice?

    -Dr. Royo's approach includes unconventional methods such as applying a stethoscope to the patient's tongue, and his focus on providing affordable care without traditional office visits or electronic billing.

  • What is the significance of the Hippocratic Oath mentioned in the script?

    -The Hippocratic Oath is a code of ethics taken by physicians, which includes a commitment to do no harm. It is humorously mispronounced and misunderstood by Dr. Royo in the script.

  • How does Dr. Royo handle the situation when the host accidentally butt dials him?

    -Dr. Royo, upon hearing the host's voice and the sound of a bus, immediately offers himself for an appointment, showcasing his high availability and readiness to provide medical care.

Outlines

00:00

😀 Introduction and Hot Ones Experience

The speaker begins by greeting the audience and explaining the usual format of the podcast, which involves speaking with fans. However, this episode is different as it addresses the speaker's recent appearance on 'Hot Ones,' a show that has garnered much attention and sparked numerous questions. The speaker discusses his unusual behavior on the show and introduces Dr. Aroyo, who accompanied him due to health concerns. They recount their first meeting outside the Mayo Clinic and address rumors about Dr. Aroyo's qualifications, which were questioned by viewers of the 'Hot Ones' episode.

05:02

😅 Dr. Aroyo's Unorthodox Practice and Payment Methods

The conversation continues with the speaker expressing curiosity about Dr. Aroyo's practice, noting that they typically meet outside a restaurant and utilize the restroom for medical examinations. The speaker highlights the peculiarity of Dr. Aroyo's insistence on cash payments and the lack of a formal office setting. Dr. Aroyo explains his preference for meeting patients in various locations around the city and touches upon the public's skepticism regarding his medical expertise, particularly after the 'Hot Ones' incident where he used a stethoscope on the speaker's tongue and mistakenly tried to take his pulse by choking him.

10:04

🤔 Dr. Aroyo's Patient Confidentiality and Availability

The speaker inquires about Dr. Aroyo's other patients and whether he has any celebrity clients, to which Dr. Aroyo responds that he cannot disclose due to confidentiality. The speaker commends Dr. Aroyo's availability and mentions an incident where Dr. Aroyo was available for a consultation at 4 in the morning, even after being butt-dialed. They discuss the nature of Dr. Aroyo's practice, including his preference for cash payments and the lack of a traditional office. The speaker also gives Dr. Aroyo permission to discuss his general health condition with the audience.

15:04

😐 Dr. Aroyo's Methods and the Speaker's Health Assessment

The speaker questions Dr. Aroyo's medical practices, particularly the large quantities of pills prescribed and then retrieved, which Dr. Aroyo explains as a way to prevent addiction and get the speaker out of the house. The speaker expresses confusion over this method. Dr. Aroyo's appearance, including his dirty lab coat, is also discussed. The speaker asks for an assessment of his health, and Dr. Aroyo, after a humorous exchange about the Hippocratic Oath, confirms that the speaker is alive. They discuss the affordability of Dr. Aroyo's services and the speaker's contribution to his health. The episode concludes with Dr. Aroyo billing the consultation and the speaker paying $19, despite the bill being moist from an unknown liquid.

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Keywords

💡Hot Ones

Hot Ones is a popular web series where guests are interviewed while eating progressively spicier chicken wings. In the script, the host mentions his recent appearance on the show, which garnered significant attention and sparked numerous questions from viewers about his unusual behavior and the presence of his doctor during the episode.

💡Doctor Aroyo

Doctor Aroyo is a character in the script who is portrayed as the host's physician. His role is central to the narrative as he is present during the host's appearance on Hot Ones due to health concerns. The doctor's legitimacy and practices are questioned humorously throughout the dialogue, adding a layer of satire to the video's theme.

💡Medical School

Medical school is where doctors receive their education and training. In the script, Doctor Aroyo's attendance at medical school is a point of contention, with the host playfully challenging the doctor's credentials. This serves as a comedic device to highlight the doctor's eccentricity and the host's skepticism.

💡Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath is a traditional oath taken by physicians, emphasizing ethical medical practice. In the script, it is mentioned in a humorous context when the host jokingly mispronounces it and when Doctor Aroyo refers to it regarding patient confidentiality, underscoring the video's satirical take on medical professionalism.

💡IRS

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the U.S. government agency responsible for tax collection and enforcement. The script humorously implies that Doctor Aroyo prefers cash payments to avoid IRS scrutiny, which is a comedic element highlighting the doctor's unorthodox and potentially questionable business practices.

💡Stethoscope

A stethoscope is a medical instrument used to listen to the internal sounds of a patient's body, typically the heart and lungs. In the script, the misuse of a stethoscope on the host's tongue instead of the chest is a comedic moment that illustrates Doctor Aroyo's unorthodox medical methods.

💡Pulse

Pulse refers to the rhythmic expansion and contraction of an artery as blood is ejected from the heart. The script includes a humorous misunderstanding where Doctor Aroyo thinks the host wants him to 'take away' his pulse, rather than 'take' or measure it, which adds to the absurdity and humor of the doctor's actions.

💡Lab Coat

A lab coat is a protective outer garment traditionally worn in medical settings. In the script, Doctor Aroyo's lab coat is described as dirty, which contrasts with the typical pristine image associated with medical professionals. This detail contributes to the portrayal of the doctor as an unconventional and humorous character.

💡Confidentiality

Confidentiality in a medical context refers to the ethical and legal obligation to protect patient information. The script humorously addresses this concept when Doctor Aroyo refuses to disclose information about other patients, adhering to the principle of confidentiality in a comical and exaggerated manner.

💡Cash Payment

Cash payment is a method of exchange where goods or services are paid for in physical currency. The script emphasizes Doctor Aroyo's preference for cash, suggesting a desire to avoid paperwork and potentially evade tax obligations, which is a recurring theme that adds to the video's comedic narrative.

💡Second Opinion

A second opinion is sought when a patient consults a different doctor to verify or assess the first doctor's diagnosis or treatment plan. In the script, the host suggests getting a second opinion after a humorous recount of an uncomfortable encounter with Doctor Aroyo, highlighting the video's theme of questioning medical authority.

Highlights

Con O'Brien appeared on a show called Hot Ones, which got a lot of attention and raised many questions about his unusual behavior.

Con brought his doctor, Dr. Aroyo, to the Hot Ones show due to health concerns, which is a unique approach.

Dr. Aroyo's appearance on the show led to public speculation about his medical qualifications and practices.

Con humorously recounts how he first met Dr. Aroyo outside the Mayo Clinic in a chance encounter.

Dr. Aroyo's medical school education is a point of contention; he attended school outside the continental U.S. but refuses to disclose the location.

Dr. Aroyo has been Con's physician for seven years, but always meets in unconventional locations like restaurants, avoiding a traditional office setup.

Payments to Dr. Aroyo are always made in cash, which he claims is to avoid paperwork and remain off the IRS's radar.

Dr. Aroyo's medical practices were questioned when he applied a stethoscope to Con's tongue and appeared to choke him while taking his pulse.

Con humorously discusses Dr. Aroyo's availability, including a late-night butt dial that led to an immediate appointment offer.

Dr. Aroyo's patients include many NBA players, though specifics are not disclosed due to confidentiality.

Con gives Dr. Aroyo permission to discuss his physical condition with the audience, though Dr. Aroyo humorously avoids revealing much.

Dr. Aroyo's unorthodox methods include prescribing large quantities of pills, only to take them back and return a portion of the money.

Dr. Aroyo's lab coat often appears dirty, which he attributes to aggressive medical exams with reluctant patients.

Con humorously suggests getting a second opinion after a physical exam with Dr. Aroyo left him feeling worse.

Dr. Aroyo maintains he provides a great first opinion and uses unconventional motivational tactics, like slapping Con on the back after giving a prescription.

Dr. Aroyo's dream was to heal and serve, with a humorous emphasis on being paid in cash.

Despite his newfound fame from the Hot Ones appearance, Dr. Aroyo insists his rates will remain low and affordable.

Con and Dr. Aroyo end the conversation on a humorous note, with Dr. Aroyo billing for the consultation and offering a prescription for $20.

Transcripts

00:00

hello and welcome to con O'Brien needs a

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fan uh this is a bit unusual this is the

00:07

podcast where usually I speak to a fan

00:09

around the world or in the United States

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anywhere someone uh who I connect with

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and uh it's a lot of fun but I wanted to

00:18

use this slot today to do something

00:19

quite different um as some of you

00:22

listening may know recently I appeared

00:26

on a show called Hot ones and it got a

00:30

lot of attention uh and got a lot of

00:33

people talking I'm I'm told my behavior

00:36

was a little unusual for hot ones and

00:39

everyone has a million questions the

00:41

question I get the most about my

00:43

appearance on that show other than did

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you have to go to the hospital

00:48

afterwards is what's with your

00:52

doctor Dr aroyo I believe I'm the

00:56

first uh person to show up with a

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physician who uh looked after me because

01:04

um there were some concerns about my

01:06

health I was a little concerned so the

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day before my appearance I contacted my

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doctor and said would you be present and

01:15

uh you were and a lot of people are

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talking about you Dr ro royal well I

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actually consider this a follow-up visit

01:22

because uh you looked a little

01:25

distressed at the end there and uh I was

01:27

distressed yeah yeah yeah were you

01:28

concerned well first of of all I want to

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before we talk about the hot ones I'd

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like people to understand just how we

01:35

met um uh because we have an interesting

01:40

uh meeting how how we first discovered

01:43

one another do you want to talk about it

01:44

at all okay um I was walking by the uh

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the myo clinic and um and uh excuse me

01:54

Dr Roy I think it's called Mayo Clinic I

01:56

think it's Mayo you don't say Sinco de

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Mayo

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so I was walking by the Mayo Clinic and

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I heard I want a second opinion and I

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ran in and it was

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you now at the time you were not dressed

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as a doctor no and I said are you a

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doctor and you paused for a while to be

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honest okay yes I did pause and said yes

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I am a doctor well I thought you were

02:26

asking if doctor was my given name okay

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no

02:30

I said no it's not okay but um I did go

02:34

to to a doctor's School I've you went to

02:37

a what a doctor's School medical school

02:40

yes to medical school yes okay

02:44

um there was some comments I mean this

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video on hot ones has been seen like 9

02:51

million by times I see and a lot of the

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comments

02:56

are uh this doctor doesn't seem some

03:00

people were questioning whether you KN

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I'm just telling you what I've read

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that's all right I know you don't read

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comments well well people were saying

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I'm not sure he knows what he's doing oh

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my gosh no I'm just I'm just saying I

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would like to talk to those 9 million

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people because that would take a while

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well and understood understood but I

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have time um I I think

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I'm what there seems to be a question

03:23

about whether or not I attended doctor

03:26

school and I did medical school medical

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school

03:30

it was not in the country I I grant you

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it was not in the continental United

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States but I did attend can you tell us

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exactly where it was that you attended

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uh as what you what you prefer to seem

03:40

to call doctor School doctor school I

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did uh I I cannot say without returning

03:45

a lot of money because I was paid very

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generously not to reveal where I went to

03:53

medical school so that's why I keep it I

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see yeah but I did

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graduate okay at the top top 100% of my

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class

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I you can look it up okay if you ever

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find it yeah um I have noticed you have

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been my physician out here in Los

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Angeles now for about seven

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years um I have brought up many times I

04:20

could come by I could swing by your

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office and you have always said that's

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not a good idea that's right and you

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prefer to

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meet um like in a restaurant or

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sometimes outside a restaurant is there

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is there a

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reason that you don't like me to come to

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your office yes there is I'm in between

04:39

offices right now I'm still I've been

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with you for seven years yes I know it's

04:43

been it's been a while uh I um I go all

04:47

over the city I have I have I figured

04:49

well instead of the patients coming to

04:52

me why don't I just meet the patients

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closer to where they are it's less

04:55

stressful we but I've also brought up

04:57

you could come to my house

05:00

and that's called a house call you know

05:02

yes yes and you always say um there's

05:05

this restaurant yes downtown exactly and

05:10

we could meet outside that restaurant

05:12

yes and then I they allow us to use the

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restroom in that restaurant so for o you

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know for for full exams we can there's

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the mirrors there's a counter there's a

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baby changing station there's a lot of

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equipment in that restroom that we can

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use is I um it's interesting because I

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have uh and Sona is here my assistant

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and she knows very well that I have uh I

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work with an accounting firm business

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manager it's all quite sophisticated the

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billing with you is a little strange

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because I right I mean I get so many I

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have I have a therapist I have someone

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who works on my back I have a dentist

05:54

and it's all paid you know through um CH

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you he wants cash right yes you always

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insist on cash I prefer cash yes yes um

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it's just the way I do business there's

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less paperwork there's less accounting

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uh the IRS doesn't know a thing uh the

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IRS is completely ignorant about my

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about my uh business practices and the

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IRS will never track down how many how

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many people hear millions millions and

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millions of people hear this but the I

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PE millions and millions of people hear

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this some people from the IRS are

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listening right now I see I see yeah

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okay um okay well we we'll we we'll

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we'll edit that out right we do make

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some edits so that may be one of them

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okay say I uh what is

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your out the

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S just the

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S Dr Royo do you have a specialty in

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medicine is there a field that you're

06:59

more interested in than other

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fields I mean do you have a specialty in

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comedy I mean or are you kind of an

07:09

allaround very funny man well I don't

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think it's applies I think comedians can

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be did you go to a college to be funny I

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don't think so you are just funny and

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you learn by experience and I learn by

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experience I learn my practice medical

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practice every day that I practice

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medicine I get better every day okay and

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uh I'm a wonderful uh first opinion if

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if you if you want a good first

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opinion for any medical thing yeah come

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to me medical thing any any medical

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thing any medical thing whatsoever in

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you know inside there was some I'll tell

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you there was in couple things that

07:51

happened during the hot ones appearance

07:53

that I want to say raise some eyebrows

07:55

in the medical community okay at one

07:57

point I was complaining about the heat

07:58

of the sauce

08:00

yes yeah you um and this is documented

08:03

it's been on the internet all over the

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place you applied a stethoscope to my

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tongue yes

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yes is there medically what did that

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tell you in that moment oh well I was

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listening for any kind of aberation any

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kind of weird um thing you know and uh

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basically I I listen to your tongue and

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and I didn't hear any screaming I didn't

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hear anything unusual just sounded it

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was a dead actually it was just almost

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nothing so I thought you're fine okay

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cuz if there was no screaming were you

08:35

attempted at all to place it uh on my

08:37

chest to listen to uh heart

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rhythm no

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because is that just that that's you

08:46

think that's some sort of medical

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quackery it's just I don't want after

08:49

your tongue i' put it on there I don't

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want it okay you did something else

08:54

where um I think there was some concern

08:57

I think you wanted to take my pulse

08:59

yes it looked to just about everyone

09:02

that's viewed the video as if you were

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choking my neck oh and that is a very un

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I have to say very few people my bad my

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bad I thought you said take my pulse

09:15

like take it

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away that's what I was trying to

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do Do no harm yeah of being the

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hypocritic oath the first rule is hypoc

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ratic Hippocratic okay nothing um uh

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there's an oath yeah that you most

09:35

people know that have gone to um

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medicine School doctor School apologies

09:40

for not knowing the correct

09:42

terminology uh yeah no so you in that

09:46

moment thought that I said take my pulse

09:48

meaning deprive me of circulation yes I

09:52

that's I I I was doing what you asked me

09:56

to do and then you corrected me and said

09:58

no no and then I had to cut you lightly

10:00

yeah but uh okay do you have tell me

10:03

about some of your other uh patients I

10:06

know that when we meet I never first of

10:09

all you have no office no office when we

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you like to be paid in cash I do I do we

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uh we meet outside uh a restaurant

10:17

restaurant yes downtown and eventually

10:20

go inside where you're insistent on

10:21

using the bathroom for a long period of

10:23

time alone um and often I hear what

10:27

sounds like bathing in there

10:29

but you can't really bathe in a sink can

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you I have to have to stay clean and uh

10:34

and the bathroom is the perfect place to

10:35

do that okay and then um but I I don't

10:38

know if you see other are you seeing

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other uh patients I would be I'd be

10:44

violating my Hippocratic Oath if I told

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you is that the

10:48

way and also I would be my oath of uh uh

10:51

I would be violating confidentiality

10:54

confidentiality confidentiality you any

10:57

other celebrity clients yeah that's a

10:58

good question uh I I do a lot of um a

11:03

lot of players on the NBA I do uh a lot

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of uh I don't I can't I can't you can't

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really get into it can I say as as your

11:10

assistant anytime I've had to schedule

11:12

an appointment with him it's been very

11:14

easy I would say you're very available

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ABS I am very available you can always

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anytime you have my my cell phone number

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and uh and I I'm also always on the road

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so I can always you know come get to the

11:25

restaurant quickly and so on you

11:27

solicited an appointment with me out

11:29

there earlier which is really weird you

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came to me we've never met I did I did I

11:33

walked out of that um mobile pet

11:35

grooming van and I saw you and I said uh

11:39

you you could use a

11:41

checkup you I'm just what I have to say

11:46

Sona brings up a really good point which

11:47

is your availability I about 6 months

11:50

ago butt dialed you accidentally yes at

11:53

4 in the morning I didn't know who I was

11:57

calling uh I heard you and the sound of

11:59

a

12:01

bus um it sounded like someone was

12:04

ordering you off the bus

12:06

oh um you something about you can't

12:09

sleep here that's right that's right and

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um you said I'm available for an

12:14

appointment and now would be a good time

12:15

I said no I butt dialed you that's right

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that's right um and I couldn't I

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couldn't meet you because they kicked me

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off the bus but uh I don't consider it

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sleeping on a bus I consider it uh

12:29

self-induced coma that I um take you did

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what you had to do yes um can you tell

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the audience is going to be curious and

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my fans um you know they adore me and

12:42

they constantly pray for my well-being

12:44

yes just assume okay can you maybe talk

12:48

a little bit about your assessment of my

12:51

physical condition you know I give you

12:54

permission to by the way I don't want to

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uh I don't want to violate the oath you

12:58

clearly earn learned maybe eight seconds

13:01

ago um little quip just a little that's

13:04

a little ribbing between we all okay

13:06

okay

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um because you didn't you really didn't

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seem to know what it was but well I mean

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you hear yeah the

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hippopotamus Hippocratic Hippocratic

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hypocritic ratic

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o um Dr Royal I give you full permission

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to tell people who were listening um you

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know who were concerned about me after

13:28

the hot ones and just want to know about

13:29

my my uh my condition in general okay

13:32

let me ask you a question yeah are you

13:35

alive yes I'm alive you're welcome okay

13:38

all right well I don't think you're the

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reason I'm alive uh you

13:45

um you I you've I have first of all many

13:50

times you have prescribed me pills yes

13:52

that I didn't think I needed all right

13:55

okay you've I've gone and gotten the

13:57

pills and then you've taken them from me

14:00

that's right is that a common how does

14:02

how does that how does that help me I

14:04

don't want you to get addicted to those

14:06

pills they're very strong why do you

14:08

have me you have me you have me pick up

14:11

large quantities of of these pills I can

14:15

write which are highly addictive yes and

14:17

you these are big bottles yes very large

14:21

bottles and I mean and then as I'm

14:24

picking it up from the drugstore you're

14:26

usually outside tapping on the window

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yes and then you want the pills back

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before I can even take them yes yes and

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then I give you

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$25 and I feel I don't understand how

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that helps me

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medically well it gets you out of the

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house you got to go to the to the

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drugstore um you meet you meet people I

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mean it helps both of us really it's

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even pretty

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even Dr Royo if you don't mind I've

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noticed often um when we meat that your

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lab coat seems like it is a little

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dirty

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there's sometimes and usually when you

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think of a a white lab coat you think of

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this pristine lab coat and there have

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been times not always today it looks uh

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pretty good but it's a new one okay

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there are times where uh it's looked

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like you were rolling around in

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something where there's dirt and some

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detrius is that something that yes uh

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sometimes uh my patients are reluctant

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to meet with me and uh and I have to be

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a little more aggressive in performing

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the exams and so you're well with Matt

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specifically I said young man you you

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could use an exam and he said please

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please go away I don't have money and uh

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and then uh I proceeded to do the exam

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and uh and he it got physical yeah I

15:52

heard there was a scuffle outside L

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offices I felt like I left that meeting

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with a sore arm and a sore back and and

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so I didn't come away with any medical

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awareness any healing I was worse for

16:03

the wear and that's the opposite of what

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a doctor should be yes I suggest you get

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a second

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opinion you say you give an amazing

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first opinion I give a great first

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opinion he he wrote a prescription put

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it in my back pocket and slapped me on

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the ass is that a common practice for

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you uh yeah it's a motivation tactic off

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you go young man off you go be well

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no um

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is this something you always dreamed of

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when you were a young boy growing

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up up I uh I did feel uh did you was it

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was that the dream you you felt the

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calling call I felt a calling to heal to

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be uh of service um to um be paid in

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cash and it all came

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true it all came true and you are one of

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my best patients uh you're always uh

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very tolerant uh of any procedures we do

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and uh I guess said I don't want to take

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credit for your incredible Health but I

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do feel like I play a part well um I'm

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you know I have to say when I asked you

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to come on hot ones I had no idea that

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you would suddenly become a famous

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person um and you are now you must be

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getting recognized I have been

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recognized and uh but I want to say I I

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will I still keep my rates low it hasn't

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gone to my head and uh I am still the

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same affordable doctor that you know

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yeah I I want to say this uh you are the

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most affordable doctor that I've ever

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worked with yes of course because you

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don't always need the most expensive of

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everything you know you don't right you

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don't have to you don't need a a roll

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Roy to take you to the um Goodwill and

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and so you you don't always need the

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most expensive things and and and I

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think Medical Care is one of those

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things where you can save a little money

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right so then spend it on something

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important later spend it on something

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else yeah on something important yeah

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okay well Dr Royo uh it's it's been a

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treat having you on oh my pleasure and

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um as a guest this was not a uh this was