Three times. Okay? Here’s your prescription. You drink your medicine, or else I’ll have to inject them. Doc, it’ll hurt. Eh you know I’ll be gentle, as always. Trust me! You said it, Doc. Of course! Thank you, Doc! Okay. Sure, sure. Make sure, I’ll see you next week? Yes. Okay. Doc, here’s your next patient. Okay, sure. Thank you. – Okay, sure. Thank you.
– Thank you. Okay. Sit down. What’s the problem? Uh, Doc, my tonsils hurt. I have a slight fever and cough. Really? Can I check? You are a bit hot. Actually, I feel it all over me. Huh? No, I mean I feel you are hot. Your body temperature is high. Can I see your mouth? Can you open it? Open it please. Say ‘ah’. Wider. Oh no. It looks infected. Take your jacket off. Why? You said, uh, you have a cough? Uh, I can check it better with my stethoscope. Go ahead. Can’t you check it with my jacket on? No. I’ll hear it better without the jacket. Go ahead. I have to see it. But I’m shy! Don’t be. I’m a doctor. This is normal. Please remove your jacket. (whispering) Okay, fine. It’s swelling! What is it, Doc? Your tonsils! It’s swelling! There. I have to check your breathing, okay? We need to do it. Is it okay? Okay. Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Wait. This looks broken. No, no. It’s fine. It’s working. Okay. Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Inhale! Exhale! Doc, are you alright? I think you’re exhaling too much. Oh no. Doc? Doc? Oh no! Doc? Nurse! Help! – Oh my!
– Doc, what happened? Help! Help! The doctor is ill! Oh no! Doc? Doc? I need to breathe. I need to breathe. Inhale! Inhale! – Exhale.
– Exhale. Inhale! Exhale! You can do it, doc! What happened here? Life… is… good.