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After the release and subsequent selling out of Popeye’s new fried chicken sandwich, comedian Chuck Nice takes to the streets to find out which brand of fried chicken sandwich is actually the best.
Chuck Nice breaks down each layer of fried chicken sandwiches and what makes them taste so good. Then, America’s Test Kitchen food stylist, Ashley Moore talks about how seasoning and frying machines help them taste better.
Food science author Jeff Potter explains the chemical reaction that occurs when chicken is fried that makes it taste so good. Ashley Moore reveals simple recipe substitutions for a healthier chicken sandwich without sacrificing flavor.
Reports of issues with support animals (from dogs to monkeys) has Dr. Oz questioning if these animals have gotten out of control or are a step in the right direction for mental health. Guest Jessica, who has a service animal, comes on to discuss.
Jessica explains what Honey, her miniature service horse, helps her with on a daily basis – like picking dropped items up off the ground. Psychotherapist and author Dr. Mike Dow joins to explain other ways service animals are useful.
Dr. Mike Dow explains how therapy dogs and emotional support animals are different. Dr. Dow discusses the paperwork needed in order to have an emotional support animal travel with you on a plane and the regulations around it.
Dr. Oz and gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Raj talk about the most outrageous X-rays – including one woman who swallowed her engagement ring. Learn how doctors handled these cases and what treatment was needed.
Dr. Oz reports that over seven pounds of dirt, sweat, dead skin, and even bugs can accumulate in your mattress every year. Dr. Oz meets with a couple who have had a mattress for over 20 years and want to know how much dirt and bacteria is in it.
Dr. Oz reveals the test results of the guest couple’s mattress. Find out what gross fungus, bacteria, and bugs were found. Then, Dr. Roshini Raj gives tips on how to keep your mattress clean through the years.
Updates on the shocking case of Natalia Barnett – is she actually a child or a 30-year-old sociopath?