Actor, comedian and physician Ken Jeong uses the power of Twitter to answer even more common medical questions. Will you get the flu from a flu shot? Can stress make you sick? What IS E. Coli?
Ken's comedy special, "You Complete Me, Ho" is streaming on NETFLIX now.
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How tf do you put a brain back in?!
iCarly is a disease that manifests in severe mental illness caused by the Dan Schneider virus.
Chuck Norris perms his knucklehair.
This is terrible. He sounds like a mean and condescending doctor 👎🏻
"E. coli is a bacteria that can kill you" So it is just like iCarly
I would let Hugh Laurie be my doctor before this guy gets anywhere close to me.
"in most forms of walking pneumonia"
The shortest answer is doing.
"The official answer is... I don't know." that fvcking got me lmao
Ken is the type of guy to make unfunny jokes and then try to make up for it by swearing
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