Ken Jeong Gives Ellen Medical Advice


You used to be a doctor? Yes. Help me. Huh. Now with your neck,
do you have any what they call radicular symptoms. Does it go down? We’ll be right back
after these messages. Does it go down like
a nerve distribution? No. So no numbness, no
in your arms or legs? No. I think anti-inflammatories once
with meals three times a day for a total of 10
days, giving it rest, will calm down the inflammation. Maybe some extra Tylenol
for breakthrough pain– I think you’ll be great. You’ll have my
bill later on, OK? It’ll be great, guys. We’ll be right back
with Ken Cures All. I’m on– here’s what I’m on. I’m on steroids. I’m on a muscle relaxer. And I’m on a shot
of something they give basketball players to– Toradol. Toradol. Yeah, but I still– Yeah, I know it. I’m a doctor. I know these things. All right, all right. Sorry, my nurse was there. I– He just– he hates that he’s not
part of the show all the time. He’s– he wants to
be in on it so bad. But yeah, and so when that
shot wears off, I take some– like three Advil
and two Tylenol, that’s what they told me. Yeah. And studies– like, my
wife still is a doctor. And studies show that if you
take the Advil with the Tylenol at the same time, it is
effective as some narcotics. So the more you
know, so you know? Yeah, good to know. That’s coming up soon. All right, I saw you on
the Emmys the other night. Did you enjoy yourself? Do you love going
to those shows? Yeah, it was so much fun. It was like– to me, it’s
just a really cool date night with my wife. And there she, yes. There she is. Yes. She is lovely. And her last name is Ho. So all the jokes go,
it’s great to have a date night with my Ho. It’s wonderful. Yeah. I’m never above a cheap pun. No, no. And it never gets old. You’re fine. It’s always funny. Never not funny. Never? And how old are your daughters? They’re 12. Twin girls– they’re 12. Would you bring them
to a thing like that? Would they love that? You know, if they would– you
down, down the line, yeah, I would love to bring them
to some of these shows. They’re having– oh, this is at
my birthday party I literally had just a few months ago. And so yeah, that’s Alexa on
the right and Zooey on the left. That’s right– love of my life. Do they think you’re funny? No, not really. When you’re around this
energy all the time, you know, you do get a kind of an
emotional callus, I think. They’re kind of like, just– to get used to it. But I do occasionally score
cool points with them. But ultimately, as long as– our parental philosophy
is that I’m a doctor, and I love doing it. But I love
entertaining even more. And I’m doing what I love. And my kids can
see that I’m really passionate about overacting. So they really think, you know–
and being really aggressive with my comedy. So they really– they are
seeing me doing something that I joyfully love
to do for a living. And that’s really
what I’m here for. Right, which is a good lesson
for them, because it’s like, you know, it’s a big thing,
too, that you became a doctor. And ultimately, it’s not
what your passion was. And you moved on
to something else. Yeah. So if they do something that
makes them a whole lot of money and they drop out to be an
artist, do you support that? Well I mean, when
you put it that way, you’re really opening my eyes
to a lot of things right now. You know what? Stay in school, Alexa and Zooey. Don’t overact like me. So you said that
was your birthday? You had like a
karaoke party, right? Yeah, it was my wife. The Ho threw it. And it was– [LAUGHTER] Thank you. And I just turned 50, hence
the mid-life crisis wardrobe. And– [CHEERS] Thank you. I know I don’t look it, but as
I said in the Emmys, you know, Asian don’t raisin. So– but my wife threw the
best karaoke party ever. It was at a karaoke
bar called the Brass Monkey in downtown LA. And we rented it
out for the night and had a lot of friends
show up, and my fam. My wife and kids were there. And it was like people– judges from The Masked
Singer were there. Like, Robin Thicke came, and
we did a duet of Prince’s Kiss together. Oh, wow. And Nicole came– Scherzinger– who is also a
judge on The Masked Singer. We did 4 Non Blondes. Like we did– so my friends who
are in medicine, who are not in showbiz, they were witnessing
a concert by all these people. Basically, yes. It was a lot of fun. That’s a cool birthday party. And so Masked Singer
is such a huge hit. What’s happening
in this season two? Season two is just
bigger and better. There’s more contestants. The talent pool is even
higher than last season. I’m dumber, but it’s OK. But really, the show is
even more compelling. And actually, you know? I actually had more fun
doing it this season around because we kind
of knew the show. We had more fun. We’re a bit more relaxed. And we really–
really, the costumes. Marina, who designs
the costumes, doesn’t get enough credit,
because they really– the costumes and the contestants
really make the show. The format’s amazing. Yeah. No, it’s doing really well. That’s fantastic. All right, so
let’s take a break. And when we come back,
we’re going to play a game. But since you’re here
for The Masked Singer, you can’t do it
in those clothes. So we’re going to
send you back there. You’re going to change clothes. And then we’ll play a game. Does that make sense? Yes. Yes, it does. It doesn’t to me, but let’s– all right. As long as you’ll go along
with it, we’ll be right back.

100 thoughts on “Ken Jeong Gives Ellen Medical Advice

  1. Sharing the last name Jeong with Ken makes my day today ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

  2. Horrible advice Tylenol is one of the most deadliest pharmaceuticals. It depletes glutathione aka the building block of cartilage. So when you have cartilage damage or tissue damage you literally are throwing a bomb on it . Yes you might feel better but you're doing yourself more damage.

  3. He needs to cut out the awkward laughter. I like him, but when he can drop the laugh at the drop of a hat – it seems unconfortabl3

  4. Ellen hates it when sheโ€™s not the one making the audience laugh and in the spotlight, you can tell sheโ€™s kinda uncomfortable at times ๐Ÿคฃ

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  6. I literally heard him say his daughters name was Celexa and I was like he's really committed to that doctorate degree by naming his kid after an SSRI med. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  7. Dudes a Doctor, Actor and stand up comedian ๐Ÿ˜‚. Talk about not wasting your life.

  8. Meanwhile im failing my college classes trying to become a physician. Guess its because I haven't been in school in 4 years. I just got out the Army๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

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  10. I just learn right now that combining Advil with Tylenol and drink it at the same tame gives you an effect like narcotics. Good to know

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