The Doctors Unplugged and Uncensored!

Expect the unexpected! Explore the unknown! Educate yourself on the health topics that affect you! The team tackles surprise hot headlines, takes impromptu viewer questions and gets a visit from an unexpected celebrity guest, all in one unpredictable hour.

The Doctors Takes to the Streets
Comedian and actor Loni Love takes questions from fans at Pink's Hot Dogs in Los Angeles.

Can women have multiple orgams?

Health and wellness expert Jillian Michaels and ER physician Dr. Travis Stork to face off in a push-up contest. See who wins!

Fast Food Fury

Oh, Baby!

OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson and doctor of psychology Wendy Walsh, Ph.D. teach 6-year-old Nikolas about the birds and the bees.

Plus, when should a new mom get a tummy tuck? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon weighs in.

While waiting at the drive-thru of a fast food restaurant, Vanessa calls The Doctors to ask, “I want to get a little bit of carbs, protein and dairy -- and it’s called a cheeseburger. What do you think of that?”

“I’d much rather you go home and make yourself a cheeseburger with lean ground beef that’s grass-fed to avoid all the hormones and antibiotics that are in the restaurant’s meat,” Jillian advises. “I don’t want you eating a bleached bun that’s full of enriched flour."

While Jillian reveals she doesn’t mind indulging every once in a while, she says that fast food is not real food. “This is poison. This will kill you,” she says.

“You have to pay attention to what you’re eating,” Dr. Travis adds. “The more good things you put in your body, the better your body is going to respond.”

Surprise Celebrity Guest
Actor, comedian and host of CBS' Let's Make a Deal, Wayne Brady, hops onstage to ask the team pressing health questions, and to have some off-the-cuff fun!

Wayne voices his concern about childhood obesity in America. “There’s no reason for a 5-year-old to waddle up to you,” Wayne says.

Surprise mind challenge: Wayne tests The Docs to see how fast they think on their feet!

When Nature Calls
“Every time I go out to eat, I can barely make the short drive home without feeling like I’m going to have an accident,” a viewer confesses. “I’ve had way too many close calls. Why does this happen? Is there anything I can do to prevent it?”

Certain foods or medications can cause bowel urgency. When it comes to kids, pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears encourages keeping a “poo journal” to keep track of what your child eats throughout the day. If he or she experiences an emergency, you can look back at the journal, determine what’s causing it, and remove it from his or her diet. Remembering what you've eaten before experiencing bowel urgency can help you adjust your diet and better control your digestive system.

“Regular bowel movements are better than no bowel movements,” Dr. Travis says. “We all have certain triggers.”

Man vs. Health
The Doctors weigh in on men's health headlines.

Male birth control pills: Would men really take them?

Would you hire a "manny?"

Why do some men miss the bowl while relieving themselves?