– Ready? Shingles. – Apple juice. (Mike laughing) (upbeat music) – This is my buddy, his
name is Dr. Dilshad Atwal. We went to college together. He’s about to become a
full-fledged attending and take over the world himself. – That was a great intro. – Him and I are quite competitive. We play tennis sometimes, I
usually beat him at tennis. But then Dilshad’s mom, Mrs. Atwal, sends me videos about how she’s
gonna make me a mango shake. – [Dilshad] Mike is too
afraid to play me in tennis. – Why, why Mike? Don’t worry I’ll make you mango shake, that will make you strong.
– [Dilshad] Mom. It’s a good mango shake by the way. (Mike laughing) – Have you ever watched Jimmy Fallon? – Yeah, of course. – Have you ever seen on the show they do something known
as the whisper challenge? – Deflated balls. (audience laughing) – Feel my balls? – I will whisper you that word while you have the music bumping. – And if you don’t get it right, you’re gonna have to
knock out ten push-ups. – Straight. – What do you think? – Let’s do it. – What do you think, nervous? Ready? – Shingles. – Apple juice. (laughing) – No, you didn’t. – [Dilshad] Say it again, say it again. – Shingles. – No idea. (both laughing) – Wasn’t the first ones
supposed to be easy? – Stop yelling at me, first of all. Shingles. – Jungle juice. (laughing) – Shingles. – Shingles? Oh my god. – You said jungle juice. – ‘Cause you made it sound like– – But what’s jungle juice? Ten pushups. – Let’s do it. – One, two. Oh those are fake pushups. – You like the form? – Too fast. – You ready? Can you hear me? – Um, wait are you saying the word? I can’t hear you at all. – No, no, no, are you ready? Stroke. Stroke. – Trojan? Wait.
– Stroke. Stroke. – Stroke? – Yes, yes. – J. Cole’s so good though, especially with these headphones. Asthma. – Asthma. – Oh, come on! He got it only because he has asthma. (Mike laughing) Where’s your inhaler? – It’s in my, you want me to get it? – EKG. – Evil. (both laughing) Evil, I don’t know, something. – EKG. Try. – I don’t know. – EKG. – EKG? – Yeah.
– Yeah! – I don’t even want to give
you a high five for that. – I was about to say evil (bleep). – I’m not feeling this. – Good, I don’t want you to feel it. – This song is messing
up my thought process. – Good I want you to mess
up your thought process. – Blood. – Blood. – Oh come on, that’s BS! – And please, a better song next time. You’re not gonna get this one. Chest compressions. – He doesn’t think I get this. It’s chest compressions,
chest compressions, chest compressions. No, actually I did a good job lipping it, that’s what happened. – No! What are you saying, I’m a bad lipper? Vaccine. – Fasting. – Vaccine. – Fastest. (both laughing) – Vaccine. One more time. Vaccine. – Vaseline. (both laughing) – Vaccine. – Vaccine. – Oh, vaseline! I’m gonna make this guy
get into good shape. I should do this with all my patients. Eight, nine, 10. – I gave you an extra one, Mike. – Oh, he gave me an extra one, wow. Bro, I’m sweating ’cause I suck and then I’m sweating
’cause I’m doing push-ups. (laughing) Okay you’re not getting
this, one by the way. I’m letting you know this.
– All right. – A sphygmomanometer. – Big hamburger. Yeah?
– Yeah, that’s a medical term. No, of course not. Sphygmomanometer. – Spin calibrator? – Sphygnomanameter. – Oh, sphygmomanometer,
the blood pressure cuff? – But that’s not the right word though. – I don’t know what you’re saying. What? – You said it incorrectly. Try again, what is it? – It’s sphygmomanometer. – Is that how you say it? I thought it was a sphygnom-anameter. – What? (both laughing) Scalpel. – I don’t even want to guess. – You have to guess. (laughing) – Salmonella. There’s an S. There’s an S at the beginning. – I don’t get why he’s screaming at me. Scalpel. – Tempo. (Mike laughing) – Scalpel. – Sample. – Oh, that was really close. Yes? No. Scalpel, oh my gosh. – That was close. – Eight, nine, 10. One more again. Oh my god, I suck at this. Ready? Let it out. Hypertension. – Operation. – Hypertension. – Abcess. – Hypertension. – Hypertension. (laughing) First aid. – I’m not kidding, I
thought you said vagina. (both laughing) – First aid. – Versed. – What? – Versed, like the drug. Versed, no? – First aid. I suck at this game. (both laughing) – I’ll give you one more, I’ll give you one more, ’cause you didn’t guess.
– Yeah, give me one more. Say it slowly. – Okay, first aid. – First aid, yes.
– Yeah. – Deep vein thrombosis. I realized how slow I was going. – Tuberculosis. – Deep vein thrombosis. – Idiopathic thrombosis? – Close. Deep vein thrombosis. Finally. Gimme it. – Hold on, I’m gonna get it. Venous thrombosis, I don’t know. – Close. Deep vein thrombosis. – That’s what I just said! – You said venous thrombosis,
it is, it is, but– – That’s the same thing! – But you did not get deep, we’re playing the game of words. – Hold on a second, that’s the exact term. – Nope. – Oh, I’m so sore. – Oh, whatever. – Thermometer. – Thermometer, easy You seem upset. – Blood pressure. – Pillow washing. – Blood pressure. – Blood pressure. – Yeah. Crap. – This is gonna be really hard. I don’t know if you can
even get this mother. Syringe. – Syringe. – How does he get it? – Easy, easy. I’m getting better. – Cholesterol. – Ketchup. (Mike laughing) – Cholesterol. (Dilshad clearing throat) I kinda choked on my own– (both laughing) – You’re, like, choking. – No, I hadn’t realized how
much spit I had in my mouth. – Cholesterol. – Yeah. Oh, my god, you get it
like 20 minutes later– – No, I thought I had it. – Stethoscope. – I saw palindrome. (Mike laughing) – Stethoscope. – Stethoscope! Diabetes. – Diamonds. – Good. Diabetes. – Diabetes? – Yeah. – Yo, his lips are magical. Ladies, if you’re trying to
find a single Indian dude, he enunciates like a champ. Bronchitis. – Mayonnaise. (Mike laughing) – Bronchitis. Bronchitis. – I have no idea, again. – I’m gonna give you a fourth
try, ’cause I’m so ahead. – Slower. – Okay, slow. – Enunciate. – Bronchitis. – Bro, I can’t even get in the ballpark. – Bronchitis. – Bronchitis, oh my god. Eight, nine, 10, 11. Once again, one more. – This guy’s done 44 push-ups already. – Otoscope. – Oslo, I don’t know. – Otoscope. Last time. – This is my last time, so do it slow. – Otoscope. – Osteopenia? Yeah, ostepenia? No. (laughing) – Otoscope. – Oh, otoscope. Oh-toscope! Aw-toscope or Oh-toscope? It’s different. – Are you kidding me, move your lips. (Dilshad clearing throat) – Aw-toscope! I don’t even know what an “aw-toscope” is. It sounds like a scope
that works automatically. – [Dilshad] Okay. – Reflex hammer. – Reflex hammer. – Yeah okay (laughing) – Prescription. – Prescription! – Yeah, oh my gosh. I didn’t even say it loud, I– – You said it quick. I’ll wet my lips for you, baby. (Mike laughing) Arthritis. – Ready, you ready? Arthritis. I didn’t hear you, I didn’t hear you. – I’m good at lipping. – Osteoporosis. – Asthmaticus? – Osteoporosis. – Osteoporosis? – Oh, my gosh. – No way he gets this. No way he gets this. – I got what you were about to say. – What? – “No way he’s getting this.” – Yeah. Let’s fix these. Epilepsy. No, he got it, he had the
confident twinkle in his eye. – Epilepsy. Hospital. – Hospital. – That was easy. – Multiple sclerosis. No, he got the confident smile again. (Dilhad clapping loudly) – Multiple sclerosis. Boom. (arcade machine sound effect) – In all seriousness, I hope you enjoyed our very first episode of Doctor Mike’s Whisper Challenge Medical
Edition with Dr. Dilshad Atwal. And if you wanna she
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