The Drs: Professional Contortionist + Healthy Home Landscaping

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The Drs: Extreme Contortionist

The Drs: Professional Contortionist + Healthy Home Landscaping

A professional contortionist showed off her freaky ability for The Doctors. (misbehave / flickr)

The Doctors then showed the incredible talent of Bonnie, a professional contortionist. She has starred in all kinds of movies, including The Ring, where she acted as Samara doing the “spider crawl.” There’s a possibility that she could have a condition that affects the connective tissue, but the only way to find out is through a spinal tap, and Bonnie said she didn’t need to know that badly. The Doctors then revealed that Bonnie was joining them, and showed that she was actually squeezed into a small box that was sitting beside them.

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She then got out of the box and showed how she could bend completely over, and put her head and arms through her legs to where she was facing backward, and then walk like that. Dr Jennifer Ashton joked that she would love to be her obstetrician. Dr Travis Stork said he wanted to try to fit into the box, but then proceeded to get stuck and had Dr Drew Ordon help him out.

The Drs: Hyper-Mobile Joints & Types Of Contortionists

Dr Stork then explained that she had hyper-mobile joints, and there are actually different types of contortionists. There are front-benders, back-benders, dislocaters, twisty-benders, split-benders, and more. She’s a front-bender and a dislocater. She said all of her ball and socket joints can be dislocated. It was certainly hard to watch!

The Doctors warned that you should’t try this at home! Are you super flexible? Do you wish you were or do you have a hard time even watching those who are, like me?

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The Drs: Million Dollar Healthy Home Landscaping

The Doctors then shared another update on their Million Dollar Healthy Home. They revealed the beautiful and environmentally friendly exterior. Nikki Norman, a new home consultant from Lennar, explained that in the backyard, they installed an irrigation system from Rain Bird that would keep your plants healthy without wasting water. There are also low-profile solar panels on the roof of the home that provide about 70% of the home’s electricity. The system is safer, more efficient, and better looking than most other systems. You can monitor your energy production right from your phone, and the systems are maintained for 20 years, free of charge.

All of the outside furniture and table settings are from Arhaus. The home is almost complete and they will soon be announcing the winner! Dr Rachael Ross then explained that because of the California drought, you have to limit the amount of water you use on your lawn.

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