The Doctors April 8 2015 Preview
Recapo Update: Here are the segments from this episode:
- Drs: AccuraScope For Back Pain Success + Actress Chrissy Metz
- The Drs: Children With Type 1 Diabetes + Monitoring Device
- The Drs: Elephant Rock Bike Ride With Inspirational Amputee
- Drs: Penn Jillette Doctor Visit + America’s Sexiest Teacher Alive
- The Doctors: Avoid Insomnia + Kim Kardashian Health Crisis
On Wednesday, April 8, The Doctors will talk to Chrissy Metz from American Horror Story: Freak Show, about being a plus-size actress. The Doctors will also talk to Nicholas Ferroni, the man who was named People magazine’s “Sexiest Teacher Alive!”
The Drs: Plus-Size Actress Chrissy Metz
Actress Chrissy Metz will sit down with The Doctors to talk about her role on American Horror Story: Freak Show and being a plus-sized actress in Hollywood. She’ll talk about her experiences trying to get jobs and why at times she felt like she wasn’t “heavy enough” for the industry.
Chrissy will open up about her highs and lows working as an actress and how her weight doesn’t keep her from being successful. It’s a segment you certainly don’t want to miss!
The Drs: Nicholas Ferroni “Sexiest Teacher Alive”
The Doctors will then be joined by Nicholas Ferroni, the man who was named People magazine‘s “Sexiest Teacher Alive!” How did the title come about and what has Nicholas done since receiving it? Plus, how has it affected his work? Many of us had teachers or professors that were pretty good looking, but would you have ever named them the “Sexiest Teacher Alive?” There’s something about Nicholas that got him the title, and we’re all ready to find out what it may have been.
To get all your questions answered, be sure to tune in to The Doctors on Wednesday, April 8.
The Drs: Life-Saving Diabetes Device
The Doctors will then discuss a new, potentially life-saving device for those with diabetes. Diabetes can quickly become an incredibly dangerous disease if not taken care of, which is why it’s good news that technology is being developed to help those better manage the disease.